December 12, 1956 – November 1, 2019
Lupe Fonseca passed away at age 63 on November 1, 2019. He was born in Rosenberg, Texas on December 12, 1956.
He worked in the high tech industry for Texas Instruments and Solectron/Flextronics most of his life. Lupe enjoyed going fishing when he could. He loved sports and was a big fan of the Dallas Cowboys and the UT Longhorn football teams. Lupe also loved the game of bowling and was an avid bowler as well.
To him, family always came first.
Lupe was preceded in death by his father, Ramon Fonseca. He is survived by his son, Ray Fonseca and his wife, Juanita Fonseca; granddaughter, Kylie Fonseca; and step-grandson, Luke. Lupe is also survived by his mother, Esperanza Fonseca; brother, Paul Fonseca; sisters, Mary Rodriguez, Susie Fonseca, Lydia Gonzales and Martha Fonseca; and numerous nieces and nephews.
The family will receive guests for a time of visitation on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Cook-Walden Davis Funeral Home in Georgetown. Funeral Services will also be held at the funeral home on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 11:00 a.m.
- Visitation Tuesday, November 5, 2019
- Funeral Service Wednesday, November 6, 2019
November 8, 2019
I had the joy and fun of bowling with Lupe. I haven't seen him in a few years, but my son, Robert, bowls with Ray. Ray, I send you, and the family, prayers and blessed memories during this time.
Lupe, I miss you and am grateful that God brought you into my life. Your son Ray's memorial is a beautiful testimony to the awesome man who beautifully influenced his life. His memories of your strength and positivity are mine as well. Your kindness, and sense of humor will be in my heart. Peace and blessings in our Father's house. Until we meet again... Dael.
November 6, 2019
My dad was my rock and ment the world to me, the one thing I will never forget is how strong he was . He never complained about his sickness and always kept positive. Family was so important to him . I will never forget the time for Father's Day in 2019 I told him that he was the strongest person I know and hes such an inspiration that I hope I could be half the man he was, and he told me that I was a good father and he was proud of me... I'll never forget that cause to him he believes I'm just that. I'll always strive to do good by him and I'm sad he is gone but happy he is no longer in pain. Until next time I love you dad and I'll see you again
November 6, 2019
I luv all of u the same theres nothing more precious than family.....especially wella ❤❤.
That was one of the messages my uncle Lupe sent me and felt that I should share it with my family.
There are no easy words to console the loss of a loved one nor great enough words to describe my Uncle Lupe . But to my family , he has engraved memories within each one of us. Never forget those memories and know he cherished every moment he had with us.
To my cousin Ray I see his strength in you and I’m sure he will continue to follow you and guide you throughout your life.
To Wela you were his world . He will always watch over you and protect you . He loved you especially
And to my Uncle Lupe, love you forever and you will forever be missed. Rest easy
November 6, 2019
So sorry for the families' loss. We went to jr high and high school together. Lupe was so nice and sweet and always smiling. Rest in peace our classmate. Love from Adelpha Jasso and Rocky Mejia
November 4, 2019
I worked with Lupe at Texas Instruments as well as with his brother Paul. I remember what great bowlers Lupe and Paul were.....some really great guys. I have not seen Lupe in years. My last memory of Lupe coming up to the PCB shop after in closed down and talking. I pray for his family. God bless the Fonseca family during this time.
November 3, 2019