OBITUARY

Sabino Arevalo

September 3, 1935September 25, 2021
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Sabino Arevalo, age 86, of Houston, Texas passed away on Saturday, September 25, 2021. Sabino was born September 3, 1935 in Houston to Socorro and Savino Arevalo.

Sabino graduated from Milby High School and then went on to serve 7 years in the Army National Reserves. He married Dorothy Jane Phillips and together they raised 3 daughters; Vicki Sue, Sheryl Ann and Holly Denise. He later then married Eva Arevalo and had a son; Adrian Dwayne.

Sabino worked as a Clerk/Courier for First National Bank. He began his accounting career working at Smelting and Refinery, Federated Metals for 28 ½ years. W.D. York Inc. Engineering Projects and ended his career at HCA (Hospitals Corporation of America) as a Government Logging Analyst for 19 years. Sabino enjoyed working at yearly church bazaars at Notre Dame Catholic Church. Another church organization he was also affiliated with was TMIY, That Man Is You! He always had a good time deep sea fishing with co-workers from Federated Metals. He enjoyed going to watch Houston Wrestling at the Sam Houston Coliseum on Friday nights and would watch the reruns on Saturday night and Sunday mornings. Some of his hobbies included bowling, tennis and his favorite was dancing to Conjunto Polkas!

He is preceded in death by his parents, Socorro and Savino Arevalo; siblings, Faye Cabellero and Mack Arevalo; as well as his former wife Dorothy Jane Arevalo. Left to Cherish his memory is his wife Eva Arevalo; children, Vicki Chantré, Sheryl Alvarez, Holly Hayes and Adrian Arevalo; Son-in-laws, Wilson Chantré and Tim Hayes; grandchildren, Ashley Hayes (Nelson Banks), Allison Munday (Gurjyot), Tyler Hayes, Joshua Hayes, and Viviana Arevalo; great grandchild, Aleena Denise Munday. He also leaves behind his siblings, Alicia Driscoll and Robert Arevalo.

A visitation for Sabino will be held Sunday, October 10, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home, 6900 Lawndale Street, Houston, TX 77023, followed by a funeral service from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Disabled American Veterans at DAV Auxiliary, Unit #233. Attention: Judith Thomas, Treasurer 211 Cat Claw Court. Richmond, TX 77469.

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

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Sunday, October 10, 2021

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Tomas Narciso

October 15, 2021

You will be missed at our weekly gathering at TMIY. May your soul Rest In Peace Eternally. Our sincere condolences to your family in grief...

Elizabeth Calvillo

October 10, 2021

Tío Jr We will miss your phone calls checking up on Dino. You will be missed dearly your smile your love for music. Every time I hear conjunto music you will be on on mind, because I know you enjoyed listening to it and dancing. Grandma, Mom, and Uncle Mack will be reunited with you again. Love you and will miss you forever in our hearts 💔😥😢🙏🙏

Don Robertson

October 10, 2021

Here at Notre Dame Church, Sabino will certainly be missed at Sunday mass . He gave us all a lift with his sincere faith in God, his calm demeanor, and, and sense of humor. Sabino and I , along with many other men, attended the "That Man Is YOU" men's group here at Notre Dame for several years. We will all miss him. He was a kind and gentle man who thought about the needs of other people. Just like faithful Christian man should.
All of us at That Man Is You will continue to miss you Sabino.... God Bless you and your family.

Dee Thweatt

October 10, 2021

I met Sabino though Eva my kyani partner. He was so supportive of Eva indevotrs, some time he would actually attend and other time he would wait in the car for Eva . That always touched my ❤ heart. I was blessed to meet him. He was such a good Husband and Father. May you Rest in Peace in GOD HOLY HEAVEN. 🙏

Rose and Pat Guerrero/Gonzales

October 9, 2021

Mr. Arevalo you will be missed. We will miss your smile and your daily routine checking the mail and weekly taking out the trash and you sitting outside. This is a silly picture my daughter tood of you recently... who was to know God was going to take you..May you rest in peace and you will definitely be missed ...love you

Rudy and Blanca Cantu

October 9, 2021

You will be missed, Cuz. Thank you for your support in my time of need.
Until we meet again R.I.P. my friend

Mary Irizarry

October 9, 2021

I am going to miss you terribly Tio. Most of all the phone calls checking up on Fred and I. You are resting now and I can imagine that all of your family upstairs were waiting for you with open arms. You will always be in my thoughts. Till me meet again. I keep asking you for a while when were you ever going to retire until you finally did, but before you retired you told me “if I retire does that mean that the bills stop coming to my house”. I will always remember that. Love you mucho.

Maria M. Perez

October 9, 2021

THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES, BROTHER-in-law.

Charlie Garza

October 9, 2021

To my be loved brother n law, a wonderful father & grànd father. You were a wonderful husband to my sister Eva. Yes Brother I will miss your gracious humor, your bright look towards family/life and your admired professionalism. My sons and my family will surely miss you. We will remember all our great family gatherings. You were at times the quiet member of the family at family reunions, however the conversations we had were the best. I always enjoyed those humorous but wise words. God bless you, rest in peace my brother. 🕊️.

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