May 10, 1938 – January 4, 2020
Frank Hernandez went to be with the Lord on January 4, 2020.
Frank was born May 10, 1938 to Guadalupe and Gilberto Hernandez in Brownsville, Texas.
He joined the United States Army in 1958 where he served in the Fourth Infantry Division in Korea and received an honorable discharge as Sergeant in 1960.
He married Eva Franco in 1959. He was employed with Kimball Foods from 1960-1967. In 1967, he began employment with Merchants Fast Motor Lines until he retired in 1994.
During this time he raised his three children and was a member of the Iglesia Bautista Templo and it was his children who were the greatest achievement of his life.
In his retirement, he enjoyed gardening and spending time in his yard. He was married to Alicia Fuentes for over 20 years until her death in 2018.
He is proceeded in death by his parents and sister Luz Ramirez.
He is survived by sisters Nerea H chapa, Amparo Lovington, two sons Eloy and Rudy Hernandez and his daughter Eva Diana Hernandez. He is also survived by six grandchildren Keith Hernandez and Lisa Marie Ramirez, Eli, Adam, Hugo, Brenden Hernandez as well as six great-grandchildren Justin, Jordan, Haylee, Avery, Brooklynn Kay Hernandez and Olivia Marie Ramirez.
- Keith Hernandez
- Justin Hernandez
- John Ramirez
- Johnny Trevinio
- Juan Lerma
- Hector Taverra
- Visitation Friday, January 10, 2020
- Funeral Service Saturday, January 11, 2020
Tänia (Seales) Weir
January 15, 2020
One of the great men that made an impact on me as a little girl. He was a wonderful neighbor, hardworking and generous, always kind and courteous to all. We were blessed to have Frank as a neighbor and friend.
May God bless you Eloy, Rudy and Diana as you remember the legacy of love and honor that your father leaves behind.
January 10, 2020
Dad I’m going to miss you dearly, I’m going to remember all that you taught me. And my boys are going to keep a perfect yard, we’ll keep the tradition going. Thank you for all you done for me, love you and I’ll see you again someday. Eloy
Lisa Marie Ramirez
January 9, 2020
My Grandpa Hernandez was my hero. He always took such good care of his family. He was so incredibly kind, generous and wise. I will miss him very much and am thankful for our memories.