Jose Admana Macatangay
January 11, 1946 – March 18, 2020
On March 18, 2020, Jose A. Macatangay (Jon Mack), loving husband and father of two children and grandfather to one child, passed away at age 74. He was born January 11, 1946 in Manila, Philippines to Dr. Jose Macatangay Sr. and Rizalina (Admana) Macatangay. He received his accounting degree from the University of the East in Manila, Philippines and practiced accounting for many years including formerly with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the United States. Followed by other private businesses, then opening his own business Jon's and Associates through which he served many clients throughout Dallas-Fort Worth area, as well as, throughout the country. On October 5, 1968 he married Zee Gonzalez (Zenaida Gonzalez-Macatangay), they raised two daughters Felice Anne (Macatangay) Gee and Patricia Rose (Macatangay) Magness.
Jose was known for his quick wit, radiant smile, kind compassionate heart, and strong faith. He frequently used the phrase "Live life to the fullest"! In his youth he loved playing basketball and tennis; In recent years during his retirement he enjoyed going to the gym with his wife, shopping for good deals around town, and helping take care of his grandson, Evan.
Jose was preceded in death by his parents Dr. Jose Macatangay Sr. and Rizalina (Admana) Macatangay, siblings Alberto Macatangay, Roberto Macatangay, Leo Macatangay, Josephina Macatangay, Antonio Macatangay. He is survived by his wife of 51 years Zee Gonzalez (Zenaida Gonzalez-Macatangay), daughter Felice Anne (Macatangay) Gee and husband Jeffrey Gee, Patricia Rose (Macatangay) Magness, husband Paul Magness and grandson Evan Magness. He is also survived by siblings Lourdes (Macatangay) Panlilio of Bakersfield, CA, Maria Teresa (Macatangay) Barretto of California, Manuel Macatangay and his wife Aurora Naguiat Macatangay of Manila, Philippines.
In light of recent events, a memorial service will be held at a later date this year.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Jose Admana Macatangay
March 26, 2020
I will always remember my Ninong Jun "M" as a very kind, mild mannered person with such a warm and genuine smile. The Macatangay Family has a very big role in contributing to my fond childhood memories. I think of each one of you and just smile. My dad and I pray for Uncle Jun M's soul and for each of your hearts to heal. We love you and the distance through all these years has never diminished that.
Be with the Lord now Uncle Jun...give mom a hug and kiss from us all.