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Hillcrest Funeral Home

1060 North Carolina Drive, El Paso, TX

OBITUARY

Martin Aguilar

July 23, 1967March 22, 2020
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Martin Aguilar, 52 7/23/67 to 3/22/20 Life-long resident of El Paso and Dallas, he was an honorable Silver Fox alumnus from the class of 1985, a proud Dallas Cowboy fan, and a devoted U.S. Army veteran. He possessed a strong work ethic, working two or even three jobs at a time so that he could enjoy his life and help others enjoy theirs. He passed away early this past Sunday morning after a brief battle with cancer. As a beloved son, brother, uncle and friend, he leaves behind his mother: Martha G Aguilar; five sisters: Martha Flores, Concepcion Morales, Juana Duncan, Lydia Silva and Virginia Sapien; two brothers: Ruben Aguilar Jr. and Miguel Aguilar; a half-brother, Ramon Molina; eight nephews, five nieces, two goddaughters and two godsons, as well as countless other friends that he comforted and touched throughout the years. Thank you for ail the memories; you will be missed.

  • FAMILY

  • Martha G. Aguilar, Mother
  • Martha Flores, Sister
  • Concepcion Morales, Sister
  • Juana Duncan, Sister
  • Lydia Silva, Sister
  • Virginia Sapien, Sister
  • Ruben Aguilar Jr., Brother
  • Miguel Aguilar, Brother
  • Ramon Molina, Half Brother
  • Martin also leaves behind eight nephews, five nieces, two goddaughters and two godsons, as well as countless friends and family to cherish his memories.

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Memories

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Caritina Molina

March 30, 2020

May god receives you Martín you were a great person. We been knowing your for the longest since I was 8 years and I am 32 is was a pleasure getting to know you.

Eddie Torres

March 25, 2020

Your Uncle was such A hard worker A humble man always ready to help anyone out and give good advice . HE always accepted everybody AND would open HIS ARMS TO EVERYONE never asks for anything he was always a giver.. R.I.P my FRIEND..

Samantha Morales

March 25, 2020

My Dearest Uncle,
Although you are no longer here with us, we all are comforted knowing that you are at peace and suffering no longer. Your spirit, jokes, and memories are what I will keep with me always. Kailey and Malachi will know, how much you loved them one day. Thank you for being you. Thank you for everything that you did for all of us. God have you in his loving arms.
Love you always and forever

Deysi Gomez

March 24, 2020

Dear Martin, you will be missed. You were such a sweet, hardworking person and it was such a pleasure having you as a coworker and getting to have met you. Your work ethic and sense of humor are definitely something unforgettable. May you Rest In Peace , my deepest condolences to your family.

Birdie Rangel

March 24, 2020

I got to see you on one of my visits to El Paso. And though we hadn't seen each other for a long time we picked up as if it was yesterday. After that we stayed in touch through texts. Your last text showed your dignity, strength, courage, peace, love for others, faith, acceptance and showed us that you were ready for your eternal home. That is something to be admired. Martin, may you rest in peace. You'll live in the hearts of everyone.

Birdie Rangel

March 24, 2020

I got to see you on one of my visits to El Paso, and, though we hadn't seen each other in a long while we picked up as if it was yesterday. It was good seeing and talking to you. After that we kept in touch through text, we didn't loose touch. Your last post showed showed your dignity, your strength, your courage, your love for others, your peace and acceptance and this is something to admire about you. Martin, may you rest in the Lord's Heavens.

David Soto

March 24, 2020

Primo just remember the great times on waltons mountain great memories i enjoyed going to my tia's house . Thats how i will remember you and the family. I always enjoyed Mike and silvas stories im going to miss you Primo but I know you are serving the man upstairs now.God bless the family and RIP.

Marina Aguilar

March 24, 2020

I offer my deepest and sincere condolences to the Aguilar family. Martin was a good friend and my daughter, Desiree Aguilar's godfather. He was kind, generous, funny, and always had a smile for you. Our heart aches on his passing. Compadre, you will be deeply missed. I know you are up in heaven right now looking down on us. Our Lord has a new angel in heaven. Rest in peace .

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