OBITUARY

Arturo Rey Delgado

September 18, 1949February 6, 2021

Arturo Rey Delgado born September 18, 1949 in Delicias, Chihuahua, Mexico, passed away February 6, with his loving wife and family by his side. He is preceded in death by both parents, Fransico and Julia Delgado, two brothers, Raul and Jose Delgado, grandson Arturo Lorenzo Villegas.

Tury, as most knew him by, was a graduate of Austin high school where he met and married his high school sweetheart, Lilia Ruelas Delgado, whom he had 3 daughters with. Arturo served in the United States Army and earned his bachelors of Business Administration at the University of Texas at El Paso. He was an accomplished administrator throughout his career in El Paso, Albq NM, Alice TX and San Antonio. Tury was actively involved in all his grandchildren’s lives. He made sure to attend sports events, recitals, cheer competitions, graduations, and mile stone events. He enjoyed teaching them about yoga, natural healing and taking them on adventures.

Arturo’s hard work ethic, love for reading and thirst for knowledge will live through his family. He will be deeply missed by his closest friends and family left behind. Arturo is survived by 3 brothers, 4 sisters, his wife Lilia Delgado, daughters; Patricia Baca (Albert) Rebecca Herrera (Robert) Isabel Delgado (David), grandchildren; Lee,Jonathan,Daniel, Stephanie,Erik, JD, Christian,Josiah, Isabel and Isaiah. Great granddaughters, Madilynn and Scarlette.

Due to Covid-19 pandemic restrictions, services will be private for the family. The Rosary/Vigil will be held at 12:00pm Wednesday, February 24, at Funeraria Del Angel Central and may be viewed via Facebook Livestream at https://www.facebook.com/fdacentral/

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021

  • Vigil

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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Clara Aguilera Santiso

February 24, 2021

I will always remember many, many fond of my Tio Arturo. One fond memory is when Tio Turi held my son Arturo, (who was not a lightweight), at cousin Ruben graduation ceremony from Baylor University. Boy my Tio sure was strong!!!
I also recall cousin Pat telling me how his family went out of Coraleño, Chihuahua to a larger town to shop in a larger city. Tio Turis request from the big city was a toothbrush, the family forgot to bring him that toothbrush! Now my Uncle has EVERYTHING he ever will need our prayers assure his complete arrival to Jesus Christ the ULTIMATE goal in our lives and those of our ancestral family lineage.

Lo quiero mucho querido Tio Arturo lo extrañare mucho hasta que Dios nos reina. Gracias por ser un gran ejemplo de hombre, Tio, hermano, cuñado. Y siempre asombrada de que amoroso y familiar con sus hijas y Tia Lily.

Isabel sweet the little details my uncle had with you all. Like when fall season came and your pops brought you a pumpkin muffin just because. I'm sure there are many stories like that and congratulations to all of you cousins what a great dad you had.

My deepest and most heartfelt condolences for all of you. Sorry we could not be there for you all in this time of loss.

When we see each other we'll toast with a good whiskey shot in his honor.

Tia Lily you are a wonderfully blessed to of have known and spent time with Arturo. God bless you in this time of loss.

Clara, Guillermo, & Arturo from California

Manny Duarte

February 23, 2021

My Uncle Tury taught me many things including electricity. When we first brought our house in Pflugerville he rewired our garage lights to add 4' lights.

He also would rub my son's Manny forehead when he was born as he sat in his shaker bed to put him to asleep. Manny would be asleep in 2 minutes.

We will miss you Uncle Tury and dearly loved you

Duarte Family, Pflugerville TX.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY