John Howard Clary Jr.
February 18, 1971 – May 28, 2019
John H. Clary Jr.
With heavy hearts in our hands we would like to announce the departure of our beloved John Howard Clary Jr. who left this life to be in the arms of his creator on May 28, 2019. Born on February 18, 1971 in El Paso, John was a devoted husband and loving father, beloved son, idolized brother, incredible uncle, wonderful mentor and great friend to many, who will be greatly missed by all. A Mustang graduate of Burges High School Class of 1989 and an undergrad Aggie of NMSU with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration Class of 1997 John was also a local business owner achieving his lifelong dream of co-founding Prime Mortgage in 2010 with his partner Ramsey Esper and Prime Escrow LLC in 2013 as loan service company. His passions in life were love of family, golf, and helping those within the community by going the extra mile to do his best for ALL. He is survived by his loving wife of 17 years Brisa, and his two remarkable boys Trey and Evan; loving mother Susan, and his beloved brother Mark and wife Erica, beautiful nieces Ireland, Cailyn, and Dahlia. His entrusted mother in law Maria and sister in law Iris. He will be greatly missed by his staff at Prime Mortgage and Escrow; Michelle Cabral, Natalia Rubio and Naomi Ibarra and his entrusted golfing partner Ramsey Esper whom will be forever grateful and fortunate to have had him as a mentor and considered him to be their own family. Entrusted to Hillcrest Funeral Home-West Address: 5054 Doniphan Dr. El Paso, TX 79932 Visitation Date & Time: May 31st, 2019 at 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Funeral Service: June 1st, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Hillcrest Funeral Home followed by: Lunch at the El Paso Country Club at Noon Address: 5000 Country Club Pl, El Paso, TX 79922
- Brisa Clary, Spouse
- Trey John Clary, Son
- Evan Howard Clary, Son
- Mark Clary, Brother
- Visitation Friday, May 31, 2019
- Rosary Friday, May 31, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, June 1, 2019
John Howard Clary Jr.
May 31, 2019
Jonny and Mark grew up with me and my brother, Mike. They lived down the street from us. We spent summers running barefoot through our neighborhood streets, staying outside playing into the evening. Jonny always had a smile and laughter about him and lead us along as we planned our adventures and decided where to cause trouble next. I have looked back on those memories with Jonny very fondly and I look back now and think of him as the little, good hearted devil that he was. We will miss him and my heart goes out to the family. Thinking of you and Jonny from Dallas. - Karen Hart