Fidencio Garcia III
December 16, 1967 – April 6, 2018
On April 6, 2018 the Lord took his son Fidencio Garcia III 50 yrs. old born December 16, 1967. He is proceeded in death by his loving parents Fidencio and Darita Garcia. Fidencio served in the Army National Guard he worked for Southwest Airlines for many years. He loved fishing and the Dallas Cowboys. Fidencio is survived by his 3 children Ryan, Matthew, Laryssa Garcia; 10 brothers, Arnulfo, Antonio, Rene, David, Joe, Reynaldo, Juan, Noe, Igancio Garcia and Danilo Coto. 5 Sisters; Nora Sanchez, Yolanda Covio, Haydee Garza, Veronica Barsness and Lorena Hernandez. Fidencio also leaves behind several nieces and nephews that loved him dearly. Visitation will be held at Heavenly Grace Funeral Home on April 8, 2018 from 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm prayer service at 7:00 pm. Funeral Service will be held at Heavenly Grace Funeral Home at 11:00 am burial to proceed to Restlawn Memorial Park. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Heavenly Grace Funeral Home.
- Fidencio Garcia, Father
- Darita Garcia, Mother
- Ryan Garcia, Son
- Matthew Garcia, Son
- Laryssa Garcia, Daughter
- Fidencio also leaves behind 10 brothers, Arnulfo, Antonio, Rene, David, Joe, Reynaldo, Juan, Noe, Igancio Garcia and Danilo Coto. 5 Sisters; Nora Sanchez, Yolanda Covio, Haydee Garza, Veronica Barsness and Lorena Hernandez. Fidencio also leaves behind several nieces and nephews that loved him dearly.
- Visitation Sunday, April 8, 2018
- Funeral Service Monday, April 9, 2018
- Burial Monday, April 9, 2018
Fidencio Garcia III
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April 9, 2018
I want to thank you for being a great friend. You always told me to follow my paths in prayer. What has been set in my mind and heart are the years of many fun and hilarious times we shared on the sidelines or sitting on the bleachers. Making jokes and mocking coaches or refs are one of the many of greatest and happiest moments we had while we watched our boys play ball. I never knew or got to thank you for the kindness and friendship you and your family offered every time we met. I sure miss your fun stories and you have been missed and will be missed. My amigo! May you rest in peace and may God continue blessing your family.
Your friend always, Carlos Coronado
April 8, 2018
Thanks Fido for introducing me to beautiful girl that would end up being my future bride.
April 8, 2018
You will forever be in my heart. From the moment I met you, you welcomed me as one of your own. Your memory will live on. I’ll never forget ever time you saw me you would say “Alex Van Halen” in the loudest voice. You taught me what true laughter was. I will Forever be blessed to have you as my father-in-law. Baby Emma will definitely know who her grandpa was. Your memory will live on in her. We love you and we greatly miss you.
April 7, 2018
I will never forget the things you did for me, you are like my big brother that watched out for me and gave me advice when I wasn't sure of some important decisions. I will always remember the time we played streetball and some guy shove me so hard that I almost fell and hit the back of my head and you rescued my head from hitting the ground with your hand. Also one night when we were walking down a dangerous neighborhood you told me if anything happen you keep on running I got your back. That's the kind of person you are with a big heart but tough on the outside. You inspired me you gave me self confidence and taught me I could be the man. I will always have the memories growing up with you I will surely miss you big bro until we meet again your friend........ Mauricio" chendo "Ornelas.