Jesus R. Moreno
March 7, 1947 – February 12, 2021
Jesus R. Moreno, 73 of El Paso, Texas passed away on February 12, 2021. He was born in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico on March 7, 1947. Jesus “Chuy” Moreno graduated from Canutillo High School. He was married to Teresa Z. Moreno on September 5, 1970.
Throughout his life Jesus “Chuy” Moreno worked in general maintenance for Asarco, White Acres Good Samaritan and Tucson International Airport. He was one of Jehovah’s Witnesses and had a passion for auxiliary pioneering, gardening, fishing, helping others and he was very crafty.
He is survived by his wife Teresa Z. Moreno, children: Darlene R. Fernandez (Sergio), Laura I. Reyes (Luis), and Jonathan R. Moreno (Jennifer), grandchildren: Joshua R. Moreno, Alexis M. Castrillo, Andres A. Fernandez, Aaron M. Connelly, Destiny A. V. Reyes, Nevaeh S. Reyes, Acazia A. Reyes, Jaelynn R. Moreno, great-grandson Adriel J. Fernandez, mother in law Ofelia M. Zubia, and his siblings: Maria Ramirez, Juan Antonio Moreno, Salvador Moreno, Mario Moreno, Guadalupe Sanchez, Enrique Moreno, Martha Franklin and Joe Moreno.
The visitation will be held on Friday March 5, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM with the Service to begin at 6:30 PM at Hillcrest Funeral Home - West, 5054 Doniphan Drive, El Paso, TX 79932. Due to the ongoing situation there is a limited capacity, we invite family and friends to join us through the Facebook Live Link listed for the Funeral Service or Hillcrest Funeral Home West Facebook Page.
There will also be a Funeral Service in English through Zoom on Saturday March 6, 2021 at 3:30 PM, please contact the family for information on how to access the link.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.hillcrestfhwest.com for the Moreno family.
- Teresa Z. Moreno, Wife
- Darlene R. Fernandez (Sergio), Daughter
- Laura I. Reyes (Luis), Daughter
- Jonathan R. Moreno (Jennifer), Son
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Hillcrest Funeral Home - West
Jesus R. Moreno
February 27, 2021
Junior Valenzuela my dear friend always had a passion of love for his fellow friends was out going loved to fish with us loved to cook, always loved to eat at leo's restaurant and other restaurants with me enjoyed the company of a true friend my best friend always out early morning witnessing with me and helping people to know about Jehovah our god enjoying the magazine rout and loved his family dearly love you my friend.
February 25, 2021
Remember spending a few nights at your house over the Summer, and they were some of the best times of my childhood! You and my tia Teresa treated us as your own children, and welcomed us with open arms! I had so much fun at your house! My mom and dad used to always tell me that they named me after you tio and for that I am proud, knowing that they looked up to you! Please say hello to both my grandma’s and grandpa’s up there, and remember to keep on watching over us! R.I.P. Tio Chuy!