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Anderson - Clayton Bros. Funeral Home

305 N Jackson St, Kaufman, TX

OBITUARY

Jose Cordero

February 25, 1963June 7, 2020
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Jose Cordero was born in Palau, Mexico on February 25, 1963 to parents Jose and Guadalupe Sanchez Cordero and entered into eternal rest on June 7, 2020 at the age of 57. Jose married the loved of his life, Raquel, on November 29, 1996 in Mexico. He was a good man, father and husband. Jose loved his family dearly. He got along with everyone and was a very likeable man. Jose enjoyed being outside; whether he was just walking or mowing his lawn. He was a friendly person and very empathetic. Jose enjoyed watching soccer on TV and listening to baseball on the radio. He loved listening to his music; Tigeres del Norte, Ramon Ayala, Cadetes de Linares and Flash. Jose loved working for Madix Manufacturing. He was Catholic by faith. Jose was an amazing man who will be tremendously missed by all who and loved him. Jose was preceded in death by his father Jose Cordero, grandmother Piedad Martinez, sister Dolores Balmez, uncle Dario Sanchez and aunt Dolores Sanchez. He is survived by his mother Guadalupe Sanchez of San Antonio, wife Raquel Cordero of Kaufman, son Samuel Cordero and wife Michelle of Kaufman, daughter Norma Cordero of Austin, son Jose Cordero Jr. of Kaufman, daughter Marissa Cordero and husband Jesus Sandoval of Kaufman, brother Onecimo Cordero of San Antonio, sister Maria Cordero of Mexico, brother Rafael Balmez of San Antonio, brother Gonzalo Balmez of San Antonio, 10 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Jose Cordero, Father (deceased)
  • Piedad Martinez, Grandmother (deceased)
  • Dolores Balmez, Sister (deceased)
  • Dario Sanchez, Uncle (deceased)
  • Dolores Sanchez, Aunt (deceased)
  • Guadalupe Sanchez, Companion
  • Raquel Cordero, Wife
  • Samuel Cordero and wife Michelle, Son and Daughter-in-law
  • Norma Cordero, Daughter
  • Jose Cordero Jr., Son
  • Marissa Cordero and husband Jesus Sandoval, Daughter and Son-in-law
  • Onecimo Cordero, Brother
  • Maria Cordero, Sister
  • Rafael Balmez, Brother
  • Gonzalo Balmez, Brother
  • Jose also leaves behind his 10 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, June 12, 2020

  • Recitation of the Rosary

    Friday, June 12, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, June 13, 2020

  • Graveside Serivce

    Saturday, June 13, 2020

Memories

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Kim Garza

June 11, 2020

Mr. Jose was a great man, he was a hard worker, love his family and spending time with them! He was great neighbor, he let Nichollette and Phil hang out at his house for many years and never complained!! We’ve been neighbors for 17 or 18 years!! It just won’t be the same without you!! You will truly be missed!! To the Cordero Family, I send you all my sincere condolences! May God be with each and everyone of you during this difficult time in your lives! God Bless!! Your neighbor, Kim

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Biography

Jose Cordero was born in Palau, Mexico on February 25, 1963 to parents Jose and Guadalupe Sanchez Cordero and entered into eternal rest on June 7, 2020 at the age of 57. Jose married the loved of his life, Raquel, on November 29, 1996 in Mexico. He was a good man, father and husband. Jose loved his family dearly. He got along with everyone and was a very likeable man. Jose enjoyed being outside; whether he was just walking or mowing his lawn. He was a friendly person and very empathetic. Jose enjoyed watching soccer on TV and listening to baseball on the radio. He loved listening to his music; Tigeres del Norte, Ramon Ayala, Cadetes de Linares and Flash. Jose loved working for Madix Manufacturing. He was Catholic by faith. Jose was an amazing man who will be tremendously missed by all who and loved him.
Jose was preceded in death by his father Jose Cordero, grandmother Piedad Martinez, sister Dolores Balmez, uncle Dario Sanchez and aunt Dolores Sanchez.
He is survived by his mother Guadalupe Sanchez of San Antonio, wife Raquel Cordero of Kaufman, son Samuel Cordero and wife Michelle of Kaufman, daughter Norma Cordero of Austin, son Jose Cordero Jr. of Kaufman, daughter Marissa Cordero and husband Jesus Sandoval of Kaufman, brother Onecimo Cordero of San Antonio, sister Maria Cordero of Mexico, brother Rafael Balmez of San Antonio, brother Gonzalo Balmez of San Antonio, 10 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.