OBITUARY

Fernando Flores Jr.

March 7, 1954May 16, 2021
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Fernando Flores Jr. (Sunrise Sunday March 7th 1954)- (Sunset Sunday May16th,2021) Fernando earned his wings at the age of 67 of Brain Cancer. He was born in Houston Texas to Fernando and Petra Flores. He grew-up the in Magnolia Park area and lived around the area most of his life. His wife Yorlis (Yolanda) Osorio Flores was by his side when he went to heaven. He is survived by his wife Yorlis (Yolanda) Osorio Flores. Sisters Maria Nestora Partida (Louis), Manuela Martinez (Lawrence), Margarita Flores-Dimas (Marc), 7 Children Orlando (✝️), Fernando III, Monica, Tatianna, Victoria, Eric, and Adrian. Numerous Nephews and Nieces and Cousins and Friends and Family that all loved him. “He was always the life of the party a jokester till the end”. He is preceded in death by his Parents Fernando and Petra Flores, his son Orlando and close Nephew Norman Lew II.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, May 25, 2021

  • Rosary

    Tuesday, May 25, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, May 26, 2021

  • Burial

    Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Memories

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ROY FLORES

May 24, 2021

Today is A SAD Day. You will be Missed.

Maria Nestora Partida

May 21, 2021

My little brother Fernando. That is what I have always called you. We were so close as children growing up. Life got in the way and we had to go on different roads in our lives. Little brother, one thing that never changed was my love for you. Rest in peace. Until I see you again.

Your older sister,
Nestorita

Sylda Jeanette Ramos

May 21, 2021

My cousin and my friend you are no longer in pain. You are now enjoying your Heavenly home. Memories, pictures and faith in God are what comfort us now. Meeting up at Arandas in the weekend for breakfast we will miss, but most of all You and Yorlis coming over to celebrate Superbowl and New Year's Eve with us. We all knew not to sit on the love seat, that was for You and Yorlis. Your jokes, silliness and your compliments on my cakes and potato salad I will never forget.......Love You Miss You.....Rest in Peace Syl and Daniel

Rev. Virginia Marie Rincon

May 21, 2021

Rest in peace my precious cousin. I will miss our phone conversations and prayer time together. I am also glad that we shared a common love for the lands of the southwest and its arts. I will miss your spirit of laughter and uniqueness. May your spirit fly high in the heavens and may all the love of family and friends serve to let your soul rest in God's loving arms.

Margarita Flores-Dimas

May 21, 2021

My only brother was my best friend when I was born he wanted a brother but instead he got me. Growing up I was proud of my brother I wanted to wear his shirts but Mom would not let me because they were boy shirts sometimes I would get lucky and she would let me when she did I was so happy. After Mom passed away in 2013 we became closer he and his wife would come over for Holidays my Grandchildren all loved him. He was always joking with the grandchildren. He will truly be missed. Rest in Paradise Brother I love you always, Margarita (Margie)

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