Kingwood Funeral Home

22800 Highway 59 North, Kingwood, TX


Eric Luis Serrano

August 15, 1983October 17, 2019
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Eric Luis Serrano was born on August 15, 1983 and passed away on October 17, 2019.


  • Visitation Monday, October 21, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, October 21, 2019
  • Visitation Monday, October 21, 2019


Eric Luis Serrano

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Philip Lee

October 30, 2019

Juice you will be missed by many. I remember the time you and Annette came by my house warming party in Long Beach. For sure you did not waste any time and made the most of your time on earth spreading laughter and joy to others. I know you always wanted to make the most for your life and for your family's. I am glad you did. You are a true legend.

Sandra Miller

October 24, 2019

I met Annette and her family in Surfside Beach Texas where he served in the Coast Guard and she worked at the City Hall with me. While their time in Surfside with short we all grew to love Annette and her family. My heart breaks for their loss. RIP Eric and thank you for your service to this country.

Gary Turner

October 23, 2019

On behalf of the DFW Airport Interfaith Chaplaincy I ask God to send his angels to surround you with comfort during this grief-filled moment.

Candace Ernest

October 23, 2019

I refuse to believe this is true. The one thing I will always remember about you, how much you loved your family. Your number one desire and passion was to provide for them in every way possible. Thank you for making my entire time in FLETC unbelievably fun filled with none stop laughter. Your humor and personality was one of a kind. Your beautiful family is in my prayers. Goodbye Juice.

Eric Rojo

October 22, 2019

My condolences to Annette and family. I grew up with both of you through middle school and high school and have many fond memories of our youth. I watched your relationship mature throughout the ages and via social media witnessed the wonderful family you two created.
From wearing the Nike pennies and borrowing big stupid pants from each other and dancing like puff daddy in the hallways at school you were a fun dude and I cherish those memories. I almost got held back in 8th grade and I remember you telling me to stay behind with you since you were a year younger. To be honest, I actually contemplated it!
A couple of years after high school Chris Maldonado had passed away and I remember Eric calling me. I was in Tennessee at the time and he was reaching out to all his old friends just to see how life was going. He always cared for his friends. I will be praying for you Eric and your family and I have faith I will see you again homie!

Love Eric Rojo

Marco Grasso

October 22, 2019

God Bless you brother.
Thank you for your service.
You were one of the good ones, I know God and our nation recognize your good work.
We are grateful for what you have done with the time you have been given.
May your family remain blessed and thrive with the solid foundation
that you and your wife laid down for them.
What a beautiful legacy you have both created.
I know they will carry on with pride and confidence with the vibrant living memory of who you were to them.
Always watchful and protective, you will remain vigilant, in God's army
I know you will extend your essence and favor to their lives and perhaps even our great country, wherever and whenever possible.
Much Love to you all.

Patrick Shanahan

October 21, 2019

We met Eric and his family through lacrosse as my son and his played together on the same team. I will always have great memories of the time we spent traveling around for the games. My favorite time was when we all got to hang out in New Orleans together exploring the French Quarter

I enjoyed our time together as though it was short I always felt welcomed in his presence. His parents who I met on occasionS were the same. The time we spent together will be part of my life forever

Edgar Tarigan

October 21, 2019

I had the privilege of working alongside Eric while he was still here in Long Beach. Great guy who always talked about his love for his family, especially his two children. To the family he left behind, no words can't replaced the sorrow of losing someone you love dearly. However, I will keep the family in my thought and prayer. His former coworkers and friends here in Long Beach will always cherished and remembered him. God Bless the Serrano family. ET

Eugene Ramirez

October 20, 2019

My family and I would like to extend our condolences to the Serrano family. Eric wasn’t just a co-worker but, dear friend. I remember just sitting around the office and watching his eyes light up when talking about his family. He was always good for a laugh. On more than one occasion he was there to encourage me. I’m going to miss him deeply. I know words can’t take away the pain but, know that God will see you through.

Eric, my brother you are and will continued to be missed. I consider it an honor and privilege to have known you Sir. Rest easy in Gods loving arms my brother. Until we meet again.

Janet O’Keeffe

October 19, 2019

Dear Alma and family, I am sorry for the loss of your son Eric , a cherished and endearing loved one . In looking at the shared photos it is so clear how your son was so blessed to have been a part of a loving family. There are no doubts he bestowed his blessings on each of you and visa versa. There are no words that can void the devastation each of you feel at this time. I do believe your son will forever be present in each of your hearts and cherished in memories of love and endearment.

My prayers and thoughts of comfort to each of you during this time of loss and mourning.

God Bless, Janet