OBITUARY

Juan Alejandro Piñero

January 31, 1958March 12, 2019

Juan Alejandro Piñero falleció el 12 de Marzo de 2019, a la edad de 61 años en Mission, Texas. Alejandro nació en La Ciudad de México, México el 31 de Enero del 1958 y se crió en Xalapa, Veracruz.

Él es precedido en la muerte por sus padres, Manuel Piñero y Rosa María Rodríguez; hermanos, Manuel Piñero, Rafael Piñero, José Piñero y su hermana, María Del Carmen Piñero.

Le sobrevive su esposa, Atzimba Lemus-Piñero; hijo e hijas, Fátima Piñero, Regina Piñero, Alejandro Maximiliano Piñero, Lorena González; hermanos y hermanas, Miguel Ángel Piñero, Rosa María Piñero, María Elena Leonor Piñero, Antonio Piñero; nietos, Amelia Breña, Jonás Breña y numerosos amistades y familiares.

El velorio será el Domingo, 17 de Marzo de 2019 de 2:00pm a 7:30pm con el Servicio de Bendición dirigido por Padre Juan Nicolau a las 6:30pm.

Los arreglos funerarios están bajo la dirección de Funeraria Del Ángel, 3611 Taylor Rd, Mission, TX 78573.

Services

  • Velorio Sunday, March 17, 2019
  • Servicio Sunday, March 17, 2019
REMEMBERING

Juan Alejandro Piñero

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Giancarlo Pinero

March 17, 2019

Mi querido Alex, te nos adelantaste, sin embargó tu amistad y enseñanzas nunca las olvidare, gracias por ensenarme a buscar la felicidad a travez de tu ejemplo. QDEP

Muffy (Martha) Sands

March 17, 2019

It has been many years since I last saw Alejandro, but he will always be a part of my happiest memories of childhood. Leonor and I became friends, and being so close in age, the three of us would often play together. The Piñeros always made me feel welcome in their home, and one of my favorite games was the one we played in the coffee factory behind the house. The factory always smelled of roasting coffee, and one could be perfectly content just enjoying that heady, robust aroma. However, there were always mountains of un-shelled coffee beans in the back, fresh in from the farms, waiting to be processed. It was set up much like a barn, with a loft above the bean piles -- like one would see a hayloft above piles of hay. We would climb up to the loft and leap out into the coffee beans, sliding down them to the bottom, then climbing back up and doing it again. I still tell people about playing in coffee beans the way other children play in hay stacks. and it remains one of my most precious memories from childhood. Alejandro and Leonor were wonderful friends to have as a child, and it was so touching to learn that he still remembered me after all this time. Until we meet again, Ale. Thank you for enriching my life.

Emma Grayeb

March 16, 2019

Dear Alex
Our memories go back to that special place called Xalapa, in the times when everybody belonged and everybody was a friend and the stories were intertwined and we weaved our realities and dreams together with our close knitted families and our visions for the future; we were a thread of each others lives .
We dreamed of a rooted future amongst our friends, but life took us away to live the life of an immigrant. You took the challange and run with it, becoming a responsible man committed to his family but never forgetting the fabric we built as Xalapeños.
Rest in peace my friend, until we meet again.

Silvana Martinez

March 14, 2019

I am so sorry to hear of this news. Alejandro was such a Great and Beautiful person to work for. He was a Great Boss. He taught me so much about the Mortgage & Real Estate Industry. His Professionalism will always stick with me till this day. My Deep Condolences to his Family. My prayers and thoughts are with you. May he Rest in Peace.

Rafael Ortega

March 14, 2019

Amigo lamento mucho tu partida que Dios te tenga en su gloria... Bellos recuerdos xalapeños

Randy- &-Marlen From-Canada

March 14, 2019

From Randy and Marlen, your Canadian friends and adopted family.
Atzi, Fatima, Regina, Max and all the Pinero family, please accept our deepest of condolences.
I was so very fortunate to have met Alex many years ago in Monterrey and then go on to enjoy the wonderful adventures we shared together , they will forever remain with me.
Alex, you and I shared a friendship that endured the test of time and distance.
Whenever we got together, even if the time spanned many years, it was as if we only were apart for a brief time.
I very fortunate and happy that I got to meet your family and friends, also now my friends.
We will miss you dearly my friend.
Randy

Stephen Lougheed

March 14, 2019

Ah Alex. I think back on all the adventures we shared both in Ireland and in Mexico. From getting lifts home in an ambulance to camping at Boca Andrea. Although we have not seen each other for a long time you were always with me. There is a void in my life now.
As we say in Ireland, until we meet again may God hold you in the palm of his hand.

Sergio Guerra

March 14, 2019

Nuestras mas sinceras condolencias Atximba, para tus hijos y para toda la familia por la partida de Alejandro, un abrazo sincero. QEPD

Yelitza Patricio

March 14, 2019

Tío, te doy las gracias por haberme tratado tan cordialmente y haberme abierto las puertas de tu casa con tu hermosa familia. Agradezco tanto haberme permitido entrar en tu vida, gracias por tus palabras y consejos. Un abrazo con mucho cariño hasta el cielo.

Jason Lougheed

March 14, 2019

My dear uncle Alex,
You are and always will be my favorite uncle. I remember you fondly. You will not be forgotten. Your life here in the physical realm was short, yet you achieved so much and affected so many. You are an example and an inspiration to all. I send my love and regards to the family that you leave behind. May God bless your soul and keep you safe on your future journeys.

FROM THE FAMILY