Carlos Salvador Bueso

September 18, 1951October 1, 2020

Carlos Salvador Bueso took his last breath during the early morning hours of October 1, 2020. He was battling liver disease for 2 years. He was true fighter, an inspiration and motivator. On this sad day, God chose to call Carlos home to join his late beloved wife, Doris Bueso. Proudly born to the late Maria Teresa Bueso in Honduras, San Pedro Sula on the beautiful day of September 18, 1951. He migrated to Louisiana in 1979 and was a longtime resident of Kenner, LA. His pride and joy was his family. Carlos leaves behind 6 amazing children, Maria Mercedes Bueso, Jacqueline Edith Pulliam (David Wayne Pulliam Jr.), Carlos Antonio Bueso, Carla Patricia Bueso, Ricardo Xavier Bueso and Alexander Javier Bueso; 10 loving grandkids, Edwin, Hannah, Giovanni, Jasmin, Alfonso, Angel, Zamira, Kaila Pulliam, Natalie Pulliam, and Amiyah Adams; only surviving sister, Marlene Liaptsios and late brother in law, Nikolaos Liaptsios; 2 beautiful nieces, Nina and Tereza Liaptsios and respecting nephew, Nikolaos Liaptsios Jr.; his late brother, Luis Alonso Bueso ; his respectable cousins, Lilly, Sandra, Doris and Sal Acevedo and many more family members. He had the love of family and many friends. Carlos was a kind, funny, hardworking, loving, God fearing man who would help anyone and could fix anything, Carlos had the respect of everyone. He was a resident of Redwood Community for over 30 years as well as a maintenance provider for over 20 years for that same community. He was admired for his patriotic behavior and positive train of thoughts. He well known for his 52 years of expertise as a mechanic. Carlos along with his wife, Doris served as a volunteer with the Hurricane Mitch relief organization, Los Tigres de Honduras when their beloved homeland was hit by Hurricane Mitch in 1999. He was respected by many and loved by many more. Carlos Salvador Bueso will be truly missed today, tomorrow and forever. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the memorial visitation at St. Jerome Catholic Church, 2402 33rd St. in Kenner, LA on Saturday, October 17, 2020 beginning at 10:00 am with a Memorial Mass to follow at 12:00 pm. Due to Covid-19 restrictions masks will be required in order to attend. Mr. Buesos’ family would like to extend a special thank you to everyone who sent donations. God Bless you all. The online guestbook is available at


  • Memorial Visitation

    Saturday, October 17, 2020

  • Memorial Mass

    Saturday, October 17, 2020


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Lilia Rogers

October 11, 2020

Yo me acuerdo de Carlos él era muy cómico le gustaba bromear bastante le gustaba hacer la gente reír con sus chistes ay mi hay veces me sacaba de quicio pero él era un buen hombre un buen papá un buen amigo un buen tío un buen primo nunca lo vamos olvidarEl siempre va a estar con nosotros en nuestro corazón él ya está con tu querida esposa en el cielo el amor de su vida que Dios lo bendiga él ya está en su casa con el señor Qué descanses en paz todos siempre Lo vamos a Extrañar

Lilly Acevedo

October 10, 2020

Carlos tu partida así de repente nos a dejado a todos sorprendidos y tristes. Tuvimos tantos recuerdos juntos en familia. Los viajes a Honduras, que por más que te de dejábamos atrás siempre llegavas antes que nosotros. Qué recuerdos tan bonitos. Cuando fuimos a México en Piedras Negras y paramos a comer sandía a la orilla de la calle, vos con todos tus sipotes eras feliz. Mi mami te quería tanto. Estaremos eternamente agradecidos por los cuidados que le diste a mi mami sin renegar y los días que le diste compañía sin esperar nada a cambio. Gracias Chele. Ya estás alla con el resto de la familia descansando en la gloria de Dios.

Tereza Liaptsios

October 9, 2020

When I heard Tio Carlos passed away, I was heartbroken 💔 I could not believe it. He was a respectable man, very reliable person, when he says he going to do it, he gets it done. When I needed help with my car.. he never told me NO! He’ll tell me where are you now, and I will be there in 5 minutes, he didn’t leave til my car was up and running . He always had a smile and always had jokes to tell. The last time I spoke with him is when I called him to fix my car again, and he said sorry Teresa .. I am sooo sorry but I can not move around like I use too, you know I would be there in a heartbeat. I told him you take care of yourself and if you need me you call me and he told Gracias Teresa you take care too! God called you home Oct 1. Now you are enjoying paradise with my papi y Doris :)


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