OBITUARY

Oscar Villarreal

October 7, 1959September 24, 2020
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A committal service for Oscar will be held Wednesday, October 7, 2020 from 1:00pm Oscar Villarreal went to be with our Lord and Savior on September 24, 2020; just shy of his 61st birthday. Oscar was born in Houston, Texas on October 7, 1959 to Luis and Juanita Villarreal. Oscar is predeceased by his father, Luis Villarreal. He is survived by his mother, Juanita Villarreal, and his two children, Lisa Villarreal and Ricky Villarreal; his children’s mother, Ana P. Villarreal, six siblings, Yolanda Carrales; Esther Garza; Luis Villarreal Jr.; Martin (Marty) Villarreal, Linda Garza and Anna Victoria (Vicki) Garcia. He was the fourth of seven siblings. He attended Wheatley High School and graduated in 1978. Hisadolescence years were reared in Denver Harbor, a predominant Hispanic community located on the east side of Houston. A proud community where everyone knew everyone, and to this day, friendships continue to hold strong bonds, and friends have become family. Oscar was known and loved by all! Oscar was the life of the party. His infectious smile lit up a room. His comedy antics and carefree character demonstrated his authenticity. He could walk into a room full of strangers and by the end of the day, those strangers became his best friends; just as if they had known him for years. He had a supernatural ability to draw people towards him. Oscar was an avid study of the bible. How he loved his Lord and always proclaimed Jesus Christ to be his savor. He was constantly in prayer and praying for people’s souls. It take a women to be a mother but it takes a stronger women to be a grieving mother. Oscar honor and cherished his mother and called her his queen. He acknowledged how she taught him the Bible and how to pray. She was his sunshine and he never hesitated to tell you how proud and blessed he was to have a mother of such faith He succumbed to the Corona Virus and was taken away from usway too soon. In his solitude and facing his demise , we can only imagine that Oscar was in prayer. As difficult as it is for us here on earth and as we mourn and have regrets, Oscar would not want us to weep, he would want us to celebrate. He is going to his eternal home where pain is no more. Let us gather as we sing to celebrate in the name of the Father, and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen! Knowing Oscar, he would want us to reflect on the following: Ecclesiastes 12:7 And the dust returns to the ground it came from, and the spirit returns to God who gave it. Psalms 23:4 Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me John 3:16 For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

Last, Oscar is reunited with his earthly father, Luis. The old cliché, “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”, could never be truer. They were both tale tellers and jokesters. During gatherings, the family had an inside jest on who would have the hot seat; meaning who would endure the folklore tales and jokes from either of them. Who will have the hotseat as they reunite? Will they know they are competing? We can only imagine; what a conceptual vision. God bless you Oscar! You will be missed.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, October 7, 2020

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Yolanda Carrales

October 21, 2020

1989 New Years Eve

Yolanda Carrales

October 21, 2020

Oscar and Mom

Yolanda Carrales

October 21, 2020

Oscar and mom

Jesse Lopez

October 7, 2020

It will be in spanish so l will express my self in a better matter, ESTOY FROFUNDAMENTE TRISTE POR LA PARTIDA DE MI PRIMO OSCAR Y NO PODER ESTAR CON USTEDES AL IGUAL QUE CON LA PARTIDAD DE MI TIO LUIS VILLARREAL, QUIERO DECIRLES TIA JANIE, LOUIS, ESTHER, YOLANDA, MARTIN, LINDA Y VICKY, QUE LOS EXTRAÑO MUCHO Y LOS CONSIDERO COMO MIS HERMANOS, LES MANDO UN FUERTE ABRAZO Y QUE DEP OSCAR

Esther Garza

October 6, 2020

To my beloved brother, We will always remember your beautiful laugh, smile, and how you always kept us laughing. Your face would light up every time we met.
Our family is blessed with the Villarreal spirit dynamic, loving, caring, funny, and supportive of one another to the end. You had a sweet bounce in your step, and not to mention how you loved to dress, always styling. Well studied in the word of God and praying and encouraging us each time we met. While it is hard to hold back the tears to know you we will no longer see your beautiful face, we are confident that you are in peace and resting in the Lord’s arms.
John 5 :14. Do not let your hearts be troubled. You believe in God; believe also in me. My Father’s house has many rooms; if that were not so, would I have told you that I am going there to prepare a place for you? And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and take you to be with me that you also may be where I am.”
We love you, Oscar and will be greatly missed,

Norma Villarreal

October 6, 2020

It’s never easy losing a love one, but the memories you left us will always be in our hearts. We’re going to miss you brother (n-law) when you walk thru the door with your cd’s in one hand, your humor was contagious along with your laughs, squinting one eye and finishing your sentence with scriptures.  

Rest in Peace our Brother Oscar, gone but never forgotten.

Fiesta de flores San Antonio weekend 1980’s

Yolanda Carrales

October 4, 2020

The last time you were home Ralph your friend and Frances Colunga wanted to join me take you for your Birthday to Pappasitos who would of thought this year you would be buried on your birthday Gods #7

Yolanda Carrales

October 4, 2020


When I lost you My Heart broke into a thousand pieces and it feels like it will never mend again.

Eleonor Juarez

October 4, 2020

I love this picture of my dad with Oscar and Jr. He was and has always been so proud to be a part of the Villarreal Family. Growing up I would remember my dad getting up early in the morning to get all the honey do's done so coming Saturday afternoon, we would head over to the Villarreal home and have a great big BBQ. We always remember Oscar being the life of the party and always so inviting. We will miss you uncle Oscar and will cherish your memories forever. Our deepest condolences to all the family. We love you all very much!

Linda Garza

October 3, 2020

To my beloved brother who always greeted me with a smile and a big hug, I love you with all my heart. May the LORD now greet you with a smile, open arms and a big hug. Love, your sister, Linda

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