OBITUARY

Manuel Giron

August 21, 1943February 10, 2021
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Manuel R. Giron, age 77 entered into eternal rest on February 10, 2021. He was born on August 21, 1943 in Monterrey, Mexico.

Manuel is survived by his loving wife of 58 years Emilia P. Giron, 4 children, Cindy Knotts (Kelly), Rudy Giron (Melissa), Sonia Alvarez (Luis), Gene Giron (Rebecca) and 10 loving grandchildren. Viewing will be held Saturday, February 27th 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Rosary at 7 p.m. Service will be held Sunday, February 28th 10 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

For any question regarding the services for Manuel R. Giron please contact Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home at (713) 928-5141.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ForestParkLawndaleFH.com for the Giron family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

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Yolis Cruz

March 3, 2021

The last day we talked it wasn’t a good bye it was a I see u later you will be truly missed as the days passed it hits me that I don’t see u creeping up on me to say hey mija how are u doing don’t over work ur self this place will give u a heart attack (kroger) I truly miss u friend our friend ship grew thru out the years my number one customer that I always looked forward to seeing every time u hit that door u would yell I need a carry out so many good memories that I will hold on to forever don’t forget to get ur watermelon 🍉 mr manual I won’t forget u miss u so much ur laugh ur silly jokes heaven gained one amazing Angel 👼 love always ur kroger friend yolis

José luis Giron

February 27, 2021

Sentimos mucho la pérdida de mi padrino , los acompañamos desde Monterrey , los queremos mucho y lo extrañaremos mucho, un abrazo a toda la familia , esperemos vernos pronto!!
Descanse en Paz tío Meño cómo le decía mi papá y mi abuelo!!!🙏🙏🙏

Cindy Knotts

February 25, 2021

Dad you were truly the life of the party! You had the most giving soul, you just couldn’t help yourself. When it came to your grandkids there was nothing you wouldn’t do for them or feed them , especially candy , and cheese puffs! You gave me the love of good music and mostly the love of watching soccer and football. I’m going to miss the calls to make sure I was watching whatever game might be on. You will be missed dearly . Heaven has no idea what craziness you’ve brought! Until we meet again, forever you’re Tom Boy! 🇺🇸🇲🇽❤️

Diana A Pena

February 25, 2021

Tio
Every memory I have of you has to do with laughter usually because you pranked someone or you told a funny story. Thank you for all the hospitality and adventures when we visited. I love you and will miss you.

Madeline Knotts

February 24, 2021

Grandpa was everyone’s best friend. We each had our own special relationship with him. Him and Grandma took me camping for the first time at Garner State Park and I’ve loved it ever since. He had us dig up garden snakes for fun and put lizards on our ear lobes. I never saw him not smiling, he was truly the happiest person I’ve ever met. ALWAYS joking! He was the kind of person that never thought twice when you needed something. He was ALWAYS thinking of others before himself, I wholeheartedly can say I cannot think of an instance where he did otherwise. He taught us to be kind, take no chances, and be proud of who we are. I miss him every day and I wish I could hug him tight at least one last time. He always made me feel so special and I wish I could get another random phone call from him. I’m BEYOND happy that he got to visit me at college, he was so proud. I’m going to miss him every single day but I will continue to make him proud and do right in this world. I love you SO much Grandpa. :)

Luis”gene” Giron

February 24, 2021

This man was a handful all around. He was the one who taught me all my tricks and showed me how a man should be . A hard worker and awesome husband he was and has made me try even harder to do better. He will always be in my presence as I will always be his mistake as he would tell me 😏 . But hey I think I turned out all right. Love you dad

Devadip Carlos Espiricueta

February 24, 2021

Tio loved everything that was Houston..he loved sports and to my recollection, Tio Loved Baseball but Most of all he loved his Family. Tio Meme on the darkest of days always had Jokes..and on the sunniest of Days Tio Jokes were even funnier..Do not know whether to Cry or to be upset that Heaven now has our Tio, Father, Husband, Ball player and Comedian. I KNOW GOD IS HAPPY TO HAVE HIM..MUCH ❤ TIO.
see you eventually.

Christopher Giron

February 24, 2021

He took me camping for the very first time when I was young. He took me hiking to a cave. He started my fascination with reptiles, catching little snakes in the backyard. He was my coach. A crazy man who can make you smile and laugh. He was my grandpa, I miss you and love you grandpa. I’m gonna miss the random phone calls and voicemails. You were always on the go doing everything for everyone. Now you can finally rest. Thank you for everything, Grandpa.

Rudy Giron

February 24, 2021

He was My Father-My Coach. Made me the man I am today. He will be truly missed, his laughter, jokes, kindness, all around perfect personality. I will see that his legacy lives on forever. ❤️

Audrey Stredick

February 24, 2021

My Thoughts and Prayers are with the family. It was a shock to hear of his passing. Mr. Giron was such a nice person and loved to tell jokes. Sometimes he was so serious ,I didn't know he was joking. Mrs Giron It will take time, but I will pray for your strength.
Love, Audrey Stredick

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