OBITUARY

Fidencio Lopez Sr.

May 17, 1960March 31, 2021
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Fidencio Lopez, Sr. entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, March 31, 2021 in Corpus Christi, Texas at the age of 60. Fidencio was born on May 17, 1960 to Federico Lopez, Sr. and Emma Moreno Lopez in Falfurrias, Texas. He worked his entire adult life as a Manager in the fast food industry for many restaurants such as Dairy Burger, Dairy Queen and Whataburger.

Fidencio was a great father and grandfather. His grandchildren were his pride and joy and he had vast amount of love for them. He enjoyed working on the lawn and gardening, working out at the gym and spending time with his family. He was an outgoing person who loved talking to people and making new acquaintances.

Fidencio was welcomed into Heaven by his parents and brothers, Fernando M. Lopez and Federico R. Lopez, Jr.

He leaves behind to cherish his memories his wife, Diana Lopez of Corpus Christi; sons, Fidencio (Darlene) Lopez Jr. and Fernando Andres Lopez both of Corpus Christi; daughter, Briana D’Nell Lopez of Corpus Christi; special nephew whom he considered a son, Kyle Dwayne Palmatier of Corpus Christi; sisters, Enedina “Nina” (John) Joiner of Kingsville, Texas and Linda Longoria of Falfurrias; his favorite aunt, Elida Munoz of Falfurrias; three grandchildren, Cameron Sciona Lopez, Gavin Kal-El Lopez, and Genesis Katana Lopez all of Corpus Christi and numerous nieces, nephews and extended family members.

Due to the current ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the family is having private services for everyone's safety. Everyone is welcome to leave condolences online at www.FunerariaDelAngelHWilliams.com.

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Linda Jo Garcia

April 7, 2021

Diana and family, I’m so deeply sorry to hear of Fidencio’s passing. He always held a special place in my heart. No matter when I saw him, our visit (at Radiology Associates) was if I had seen him yesterday. He had me laughing loudly with his stories. Rest In Peace, Fidencio. You’re home now! 🙏✝️

Brenda Hernandez

April 5, 2021

Fidencio was a great man with a big HEART was the best boss anyone could ever ask for my deepest condolences to the family gonna miss ya my FRIEND

LINDA (PEREZ) SAUCEDA

April 4, 2021

My sincere condolences to the family. He was a great guy, childhood/neighbor friend and schoolmate! May he Rest in Eternal Peace 🙏🏻

Sincerely,
Linda (Perez) Sauceda
Class of ‘78

Virginia Barrera Garcia

April 3, 2021

My most sincere condolences to the Lopez family. Rest In Peace!

Virginia Barrera Garcia
Class of ‘78

Lee Coy

April 2, 2021

Peace and love to Lopez family
Lee and Rosa Coy Lubbock Tx

Norma Salinas

April 2, 2021

Our sincere condolences to the family of Fidencio Lopez, Sr.
Fidencio was known as a very kind, understanding, and friendly individual, whether he was at work or with family and friends.
He enjoyed helping people whenever necessary and for special occasions. Fidencio has always shown a great respect and consideration for others in need. Someone like Fidencio will never be forgotten. May he Rest In Peace.
Dr.& Mrs. Manuel Salinas, Jr.

Ozzie Muñoz

April 2, 2021

Fidencio was a kind and loving man. To all that knew him he was simply a joy to be around. His laughter and love of life filled any room that he was in. I remember that no matter how serious a conversation might be, he always found a way to make you smile. One memory that has stuck with me is when Fidencio delivered prescriptions to people’s homes when he worked for Fred’s Pharmacy. The people he delivered to were older and they loved seeing him since they knew he’d always have a kind word or 10 to say. He would often pick up 1 of us younger cousins to help him with deliveries. Our reward was he’d always share whatever tips he received, which just shows how generous of a person he was even way back then. While Fidencio is biologically my cousin, in all honestly, Fidencio will always be considered our oldest brother! I know that my mom, his “Tia Lela”, will miss him dearly, as we all will.

Adios Fidencio....See you on the other side!

Ozzie Muñoz

Noemi Requenez

April 2, 2021

Our deepest condolences to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace. 🙏

Arnulfo and Noemi Requenez

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