Arnulfo Luna

December 22, 1948November 5, 2020

Arnulfo Luna was ushered to heaven in prayer on November 5, 2020. Born to Arnulfo and Teresa Luna in Fabens, Texas on December 22, 1948 and lifelong resident of both El Paso and Grand Prairie, Texas, Arnie was a devoted father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. His love of country, family, friends and faith carried him throughout his life, and exemplified how he lived.

A graduate of Jefferson High School in El Paso, Texas, he was a self-proclaimed Silver Fox in every way. Arnie enlisted in the U.S. Army and served two tours in Vietnam as a helicopter door gunner. He was lifelong devoted to the Americal Division, and proudly supported all past, present, and future Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors, and Marines. As an owner-operator of his trucking company, Valley Heights, he has the selfies to prove if you’ve been there, he’s been there, and he’ll tell you the mile marker.

Known by Dad, Pop, Grandpa and Grandpa-Grandpa , and some we a can’t mention here, he was most happy in the company of his kids, grandkids and great-grandkids. The dance sessions, mechanic lessons, under the table candy contraband stashes, and artwork collaborations make up our beloved Luna home base. Above all, he was a man of faith.

Arnulfo is survived by children: #1 Arnulfo Luna III (Belinda), #2 Juan Carlos Luna, #3 Diego Luna (Sarah), #4 Christina Adan (J.P.); #5 Monica Gaarz (Lance); siblings: Rodulfo Luna (Ana), Irma Batres (Victor); Grandchildren: Andrea, Ariana, Raymond, Andrew, Zachary, Diego, Olivia, Julia, Rosie, Judy; Great-Grandchildren: Aurora, Arielle, Andrew andJesse

A rosary for Arnulfo will be held Monday, November 9, 2020 at 9:30am at St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church, 2910 Corn Valley Road, Grand Prairie, TX 75052. Funeral Mass will follow at 10:00am. Burial will take place at DFW National Cemetery at a later time.


  • #1 Arnulfo Luna III (Belinda), Son
  • #2 Juan Carlos Luna, Son
  • #3 Diego Luna (Sarah), Son
  • #4 Christina Adan (J.P.), Daughter
  • #5 Monica Gaarz (Lance), Daughter
  • Irma Batres (Victor), Sister
  • Rodulfo Luna (Ana), Brother
  • Grandchildren: Andrea, Ariana, Raymond, Andrew, Zachary, Diego, Olivia, Julia, Rosie, Judy; Great-Grandchildren: Aurora, Arielle, Andrew andJesse

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Martin & Victoria Gonzales

November 11, 2020

Arnulfo , thank you for loving us! The love and kindness you exemplified to so many was greatly needed and so appreciated. We are so blessed to have known you and call you friend.It’s not goodbye, it’s see you later, in heaven with our Father Jesus Christ. We love you brother, Martin & Victoria Gonzales

Joe R. Lopez

November 8, 2020

Arnulfo Luna may you rest in condolences to the family. He loved his ROTC. We were classmates on some classes at Jefferson High School. I recall when a student was ask a question on the subject matter and the student would respond with a weird answer and him and I would turn and look at each other, like what?? God Bless you Arnulfo Luna..Sir

Cynthia Williams

November 7, 2020

Sincerest Condolences and Prayers to The Family.
Cynthia Williams & Family

Manuel Marquez Jr.

November 7, 2020

Rest in peace my dear friend. You will be sorely missed by all who knew you. Vaya con Dios mi buen amigo.

Yolanda Bonilla

November 7, 2020

I will miss Arnie. He had wit and charm and was so funny. After going to Jeff and graduating in 1967, life sent all of us in separate ways. We reconnected on Facebook a couple of years ago on playing many hours on Word. He had excellent skills and I called him the Word Master. Last year, September 2019 our niece, Amanda, passed away at the age of 33 in El Paso. She had a tumor. Arnie attended the services and expressed his condolences. That was such a kind gesture. Gracias Amigo. I will miss your jokes and kindness. A true gentleman and a patriot. Thank you for your service!

Yolanda ( Mariscal) Bonilla
Chandler, Arizona

Ana Maria Maldonado

November 7, 2020

My heart breaks at hearing of the passing of my high school friend. I recently saw him at our 50th high school reunion and his friendliness and kindness will always be cherished. Rest in peace my dear friend.


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