Sergio Cardenas

September 3, 1960February 8, 2019

Sergio Cardenas was born on September 3, 1960 and passed away on February 8, 2019.


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Patricia Olsen

February 17, 2019

I was so saddened when I heard about cousin Sergio. Even though he was down in Texas I was always hoping to catch up with him as I had never met his family! Sadly that never happened. I have many memories of a summer I spent with my So loving Tia Tala and I must say me and Sergio did get into some shinanigans! Tia was always so kind and funny. Sergio was such a good soul with those kind eyes and smile! He never let the wheelchair slow him down! I thank him for teaching me the game of chess and passing the love of the game to my boys! I regret not saying goodbye! U will be missed😪

Francisco Guerrero Jr

February 17, 2019

My most deepest condolences to his family on this saddest of moments in there lives. Special Education lost a great Educator in him. Worked with him lots of times in Los Fresnos. A friend of mine would call him the the guru of Sp. Ed. If there was a problem we could always go to him and he would help. Very few people like him exist now a days. He was one of the best Special Education teachers Los Fresnos ever had. Rest in peace my friend. And say hello to our friend another great Sp Ed teacher Mr Richard Trevino.

Sandy Wilkinson

February 15, 2019

Sergio was a great father and a good bro. In law. I remember many times the 3 of us went places. He will be missed and thought of fondly. Just more wheelchair ! He is free now 😇

Ed Sterling

February 13, 2019

Mr C and I work for Academy of Academic Excellence. It was always a pleasure to see him during our school training since we worked at different campuses. He was a great teacher and more importantly he was a great colleague. He will be missed by our school and his students. Our condolences to his family!
Mr Cardenas R.I.P.

Mr Sterling

Gilbert Fonseca

February 12, 2019

I have known Sergio Cardenas since 1981, we are Fraternity Brothers (IK's)! Once an IK, always an IK!! I have so many fawn memories that I don't know where to begin. Yes he was humble and yes he instilled in all of us to show sympathy to others! He was well respected in our Fraternity and he always gave it to you straight. He was a hard worker and grew up here in Deep South Texas in a small community that still thrives to this day! I wish I had spent more time with him and I wish we would've caught up! Now he's with his family and our Lord! It's nice to hear the nice comments and I thank you for them! Rest in peace my friend and may God Bless You always! P. S Say to hello to Richard for us! Love you man!

Adriana Shelley Miles

February 12, 2019

I have great childhood memories of Mr. C- he was my cousin- and always had a great spirit filled with positive emotion, regardless of the circumstances. His kind words were always a beautiful example of God's spirit within his soul. May he rest in peace and continue to bless us with his wonderful memories.

Chantelle Forbes

February 11, 2019

Mr. C was such a wonderful person, and he really cared about the children he served. He came to work and did his absolute best every day without any complaints at all. I always said I would have wanted my spirits to be just as lifted as his were. I have and will continue to truly miss him.

Esmeralda Valderas

February 10, 2019

Mr. Cardenas was an extremely caring and kind man. I remember the first time I met him he made me feel so welcome and comfortable right away. He was truly an inspiration to everyone around him. I am lucky to have known him. My deepest condolences to the family during this difficult time.

Marilena Zuppardo

February 10, 2019

Mr. Cardenas was a very humble soul, a wonderful human being who always put himself last. He always put students first, and he never missed an opportunity to show it to them.
He will be forever missed!

D Bailey

February 10, 2019

Mr. C, as many of us called him, was my colleague. He was a humble man who loved to see his students learn. He will be missed by all of us.