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Alejandro Garcia Medina

August 25, 1994March 29, 2021
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Alejandro “Hando” Medina was born August 25, 1994 to Mauro and Anabel Medina. He was raised in Midland, graduated from Midland High School and attended Midland College, seeking an associates in computer science and a certificate in drug counseling.

Hando enjoyed spending time with friends and family. He always had a smile to share. To his friends he was the life of the party and always a pillar of strength to his family.

Hando is survived by his parents, Anabel and Mauro Medina; siblings, Ariel, Aidelin and Ernesto Medina; aunts and uncles, Marina Medina, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Garcia, Mr. & Mrs. Soccorro Silva; cousins, Yuri, Adrian, and Magdely Medina, Robbie Garcia, Nick Franco, Jasmine Gonzales, and Mia and Lauren Silva.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Juan Medina, Costancia Viruegas, Guillermo Lara and Gracia Garcia.

Public viewing will be Tuesday, April 6th and Wednesday, April 7th from 8 AM - 8 PM and Thursday, April 8th from 8 AM - 9 PM at Ellis Funeral Home with the Rosary Thursday at 7 PM. Mass of Christian Burial will be at San Miguel Catholic Church on Friday, April 9, 2021 at 2 PM. Jesus Garnica, Jr., Isaac Saenz, Coby Saenz, Brandon Ringo, Samuel Meraz, and Robbie Garcia will serve as pallbearers.

Services

  • Public Viewing

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021

  • Public Viewing

    Wednesday, April 7, 2021

  • Public Viewing

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

  • Rosary

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, April 9, 2021

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Jasmine Gonzales

April 7, 2021

Alex was just the greatest person anyone could have ever asked for to have in their lives. He was humble, always the kindest, and had this warm presence about him. He had an intelligence and determination that was just unmatched and interesting. Growing up, him and his siblings were the closest thing I had to siblings of my own, so this loss hurts drastically. Alex also loved music, in fact, he was the person who introduced me to Mac Miller. The last song we listened to together was "Forever Young" by Jay-Z. Who would have known that song would mean what it does for me now, I just wish I could have realized it at that moment. I often catch myself asking God "Why? Out of all people, why did it have to be him". I suppose this question is one I will carry along with me forever, and may understand why one day. All the memories of birthdays, barbecue's and drives with him are ones I will cherish forever and are forever in my heart. His loss is a pain I haven't ever imagined to have known, but I know this... Alex is not gone. His spirit and soul will live on forever. I know he is celebrating and reunited with his friends and family who have passed before him. I know he will forever be with us, just in different ways. It could be the way the sunlight peeks through our windows just right, and we get a glimpse of Heaven. It could be us in the car thinking of him and at that precise moment a song reflecting him will come on, or maybe even watching a Rangers game and feeling a warm breeze glide among us. These things and so many more are his new ways of being with us. I am forever grateful to have had Alex be such a part of my childhood and life. His smile will never be forgotten and his voice is one I can still hear in my mind. Though his time on this earth was short, he is forever young. We will all be reunited with him at one point, until then, I will be peacefully waiting and forever cherishing our memories. See you again one day Alex, we love you.

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