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McGilley Memorial Chapel-Midtown

20 West Linwood Blvd, Kansas City, MO

OBITUARY

Albert Roman "Tic Toc" Tinoco Sr.

August 9, 1933March 19, 2020

Albert R. “Tic Toc” Tinoco Sr., 86 of KCMO, passed away on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at his home surrounded by his loving family. Private services were held on Monday, March 23, 2020 at Sacred Heart-Guadalupe Church. He will be laid to rest at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in a private burial. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Albert was born on August 9, 1933 in Kansas City, Missouri to Josephina (Rocha) & Gregorio Tinoco. He met his wife, Angelina “Halo” Perez, in 1950 right before the Flood. They married on August 9, 1951. Albert had various jobs throughout his life, but he favored his time in the foodservice industry at the Kansas City Club, Muehlebach Hotel, Eddy’s Catering, and Meadowbrook Country Club. A lifelong resident of the Westside community, Albert’s doors were open to everyone from the community – everyone knew him as “Tic Toc,” “Mr. T,” and “Grandpa Tinoco.” Albert was well-known at the Mexican-American fastpitch games in Kansas and Missouri. Once you heard the words, “SIT DOWN! SIT DOWN! SIT DOWN!!” or “THE MAN IS WILD!” – you knew Tic Toc was there! Albert loved sports – he loved the Missouri Tigers, Kansas City Royals, and the Kansas City Chiefs. He enjoyed spending time with his family on Sundays. He loved going to dances and fiestas to listen to Tejano music – he loved to party! One of the things he cherished the most was hanging pictures of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren on his walls in his living room for all to see. Albert is preceded in death by his wife, Angelina “Halo”; his sons, Albert Jr. (Cynthia) & Michael; his daughter, Gloria; his parents, Josephina & Gregorio Tinoco; his sister, Carmen Soltero; his brother; Gabriel Tinoco. He is survived by his siblings, Joe & John Tinoco; his children, Daniel (Lucy), Rose, David (Sonia), Tina, Gilbert (Miceala), and Robert; many grandchildren; and great-grandchildren. The family wishes to extend their gratitude to the entire Westside community for helping the Tinoco family build memories that will be cherished forever. Special thanks to McGilley Midtown Funeral Home and Sacred Heart-Guadalupe Church for going above and beyond during these difficult times.

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Julie Cacho

March 27, 2020

This world has lost a very special man. Heaven has gained yet another angel. Rest In Peace Nino ❤️

Rosie Tinoco

March 26, 2020

Daddy, ThankYou! I love you. You will be missed more then you know. Give mama a BIG Hug for me. And tell her I love her ♥️. I’m sure she was waiting for you with open arms, along with all the others we have loss. I have so many memories. Ha! And as I think of them now. You have me laughing and crying. But I know you will always be in my heart. I will miss our time that we spent together.. 😢 RIP Daddy 💔💔

Diana DeLaTorre

March 26, 2020

MR T. THANK YOU FOR BEING SO KIND TO ME,I HAVE GRREAT MEMORIES AND CONVERSATION WE HAD. YOU WILL TRUELY BE MISSED PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE TINOCO FAMILY🙏

Xavier Cervantes

March 26, 2020

Pops!! So many memories i enjoyed with you and the family. You always treated me as one of your own. Thanks pops for the memories

Ricky Garcia

March 26, 2020

Lots of good times with the ‘tinoco’ family from back in the day, party headquarters on the west side! Tic Toc will be missed but his legacy will live on.

Carmen Quintero

March 25, 2020

To the Tinoco Family, Your Father was a special person have fond memories of sharing the gift of Laughter. Growing up on the Westside how blessed we have memories of our friends Parents who always gave us guidance as teenagers. Sending prayers for the loss of your Father. May each day give you grace and having a Father in your lives is a gift for life. Love, Carmen Quintero

Mike Fernandez

March 25, 2020

Tic Toc was a great man. Always made you feel like family.thank you for some great memories at the ballfields that I cherish alot. I am so glad I got to call you a friend to me and my family. Love and peace. Fernandez Family

Bobby & Karen De La Garza

March 24, 2020

Bobby and I will always have the wonderful memories when Bobby umpired for the MASA league each season. Tic Toc was always at every game and his famous words “Sit Down! Sit Downnnnnnn!”. Our three daughters remember those days too and hearing “Sit Downnnnn!” all day during the games. Wonderful man, friend. You will be missed so very much. But you are forever imbedded in a special place in all of our hearts! Love you and RIP!

Love Bobby De and Karen De La Garza

Rafael Roldan

March 24, 2020

My brothers and I met him working at the Kansas City Club. My brothers and I worked as busboys at the club. He and his brothers were waiters. Albert was awesome, as were his brothers, to us. We have nothing but fond memories of knowing and working with him at the KC Club. God bless all of his family.

Katrina Rojas Vincent

March 23, 2020

Tinoco Family,
My thoughts and Prayers to the entire Family. Most memorable saying “sit down, sit down, sit down”. A phrase he coined during our softball days at the park. I will always remember his kindness and energy. Love and prayers!
Katrina Rojas Vincent

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