OBITUARY

Alfred Trevino Jr.

September 1, 1951May 17, 2020

Alfred Trevino Jr., age 68 passed away on May 17, 2020. He was born on September 1st, 1951 in San Antonio, TX. At the age of 22, Alfred moved to Houston to start his career with his beloved Patsy. He started his own successful business of building patio covers and sun enclosures. Alfred was a man of character and conviction. He had the most generous heart and wanted to help those he loved succeed in life. Alfred was devoted to his wife Patsy, they shared a beautiful life before her death.

Alfred was preceded in death by his wife, Patricia Trevino of 41 years; brothers Jesse Trevino and Steven Trevino; and parents Alfred and Rita Trevino. He is survived by his daughter, Patricia Canales and husband, Ricardo Canales; sister Alicia Salcido and husband Elutero Salcido; brother Robert Trevino and wife Clara Trevino; granddaughters Emma Canales and Daniela Ortiz; and numerous nieces, nephews, and godchildren.

In lieu of flowers please donate in honor of Alfred to M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, the National Kidney Foundation or your choice of charity.

A life celebration will be scheduled at a later time once it is safe to do so.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Ricardo Canales
  • Carlos Trevino
  • Anthony Trevino
  • Matthew Martinez
  • Ricardo Ortiz
  • Vincent Maycott
  • Jose Longoria
  • Pedro Villarreal

Services

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Sandra Ramirez

May 23, 2020

Tío you will be greatly missed. I have nice memories of you and Tia Patsy , Both of you were beautiful people and truly missed. Now you spread your wings with the others Tio Love you

Rina (Connie) And Ralph Camarillo

May 21, 2020

We miss you so much, Alfred but know you are reunited with your beautiful wife, Patsy! We will never forget how much fun we had in NYC when you came to Florencia 13 in NYC! You will be missed so much and you were loved so much! Till we meet again, beloved Cousin!!🙏🙏♥️♥️😢

Yessika Ortiz

May 21, 2020

Una gran pérdida, lamentamos mucho por está situación no poder acompañarlos, pero estamos de corazón y lo recordamos con mucho cariño, un excelente ser humano, lleno de amor y bondad y de quien siempre admire muchas cosas pero algo que nunca olvidaré, su gran amor y entrega para mi tía Patty todo un gran ejemplo de matrimonio y se que el está feliz por que nuevamente está a su lado.
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lesslie ortiz

May 20, 2020

lamentamos mucho no poder estar ahi tio para darte el ultimo adios , agradecida mi familia siempre por tu apoyo y cariño ya estas junto a tu amor de toda la vida siempre viviras en nuestra mente y corazon

Lupe Chavez Gonzales

May 20, 2020

My fondest memory would have to be the day I met Alfred for the very first time. I was 13 he was 14. I went for a bike ride with my best friend Gloria and one of my bike tires went low on air. We stopped at the neighborhood gas station and was attempting to place air in my tire and my friend and I couldn't stop laughing because the more I put in air the flatter my tire got. And suddenly there he was Alfred along with his brother Steve and a few of their friends. They were riding bikes too. Alfred asked me if I could use some help and of course I said Yes! It didn't take him but seconds to fill my tire. He said I wasn't doing it right. He introduced himself and his brother and friends and said his family had just moved into the neighborhood. That day I made a wonderful friend and little did I know that where he lived was close to my cousins house and we would be meeting again when I visited my cousins. We got together as a group and shared fun and laughter. We played football we went to dances we made so many memories. He and Steve ended up marrying two of my cousins Patsy and Diane so then we became family. Alfred was one in a million and I am going to miss him more than words can say. Hasta que los volvemos encontrar mi querido amigo.

Blanca Lilia Ortiz Garza

May 20, 2020

hundred a lot the departure of mr, alfred treviño. but his great memory will remain with us as a friendly person, and good husband and father God keep it.

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