OBITUARY

Jose "Joe" J. Nieto

February 1, 1938May 10, 2019
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Joe went home to our Lord on Friday, May 10th. After graduating from Sam Houston High School in 1957, he served in the Marine Corps from 1957-59. Upon his return, he began his 50 year-long career in the banking industry at First City National Bank. He took great pride in his home and spent many happy times with his family. Joe had a servant’s heart and was very involved in his community and church, St. Rose of Lima for over 50 years. His childlike faith was admired by all who knew him. He loved to sing and dance, and make people smile. We take solace in knowing that one day we will see his bright smile again in paradise. Joe is survived by his wife Carmen Nieto of 56 years, three daughters: Debra Ace (husband Michael), Elizabeth Treviño (husband Enrique), and Lisa Nieto; three grandchildren: Evan Ace, Erin Ace, and Liliana Treviño; six siblings and their spouses: Delores Artiaga (husband Pete), Virginia Rios (husband Manuel), Luis Nieto (wife Soila), Richard Nieto (wife Rebecca), Marilyn Treviño (husband Roy) and Carolyn Doud (husband Ronnie). He is preceded in death by his parents Jose A. Nieto and Ramona Lopez Nieto.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, May 14, 2019
  • Recitation of Rosary Tuesday, May 14, 2019
  • Mass of Christian Burial Wednesday, May 15, 2019
  • Rite of Committal Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Memories

Jose "Joe" J. Nieto

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Amelia Flores

May 15, 2019

So saddened to hear this morning when I got to work that our co-worker of years past, Joe Nieto, had passed away. Joe was one of the kindest men I have every known, So sweet and generous. A true gentleman at heart. He was always thinking of others. Loved his family so much and was so proud of them all. He always had a smile on his face when he was talking about his family. Being from a large family myself, I always enjoyed hearing him tell stories.
We shared many a laugh working next to each other at Frost Bank. He always had a great work ethic and proud of everything he had accomplished.
On behalf of my husband Frank and my family we extend our deepest condolences to Carmen and his family. You all are in our thoughts and prayers.
Forever in our hearts. Thank you Joe for your service to our country and community. May you rest in peace. With much love, Amelia Flores

Andrew Nemesio Nieto

May 12, 2019

Always a gentleman and an all around fine human. He will be missed by all who knew him. May his soul and the souls of all the faithfully departed rest in peace. Amen

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