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Frank W. Wilson Funeral Directors

4635 Oakwood Drive, Odessa, TX

OBITUARY

Arturo C. Molina

October 27, 1948September 3, 2020

Arturo (Arthur) Cienega Molina was born to Jesus and Jesusita Molina on October 27, 1948, he went home to be the Lord on September 3, 2020. Arthur had a long career with Southwestern Bell where he received many accolades for his community services. The one he was most proud of was saving a baby from choking and performing CPR until EMT arrived. It made national headlines and a 911 episode was made about it. Arthur had many talents, but the most important things were his wife, kids, grandkids, and family. His hobbies included woodworking and taking his grandkids to baseball games. He was a member of Westwood Baptist church (Pathway Baptist) for thirty years. He was married to the love of his life, Anita Brooks Molina for 41 years. He is survived by his children; Misty Holliday and husband Jerry, Erica Arreguy and husband Danny and Arthur Molina Jr., Grandchildren; Dustin Samford, Christian Molina, Austin Molina, Tiffany Samford, Isaiah Molina, Alex Molina, Jeremiah Molina, Brianna Samford, Daniele Arreguy, Zachary Arreguy, Sisters; Ruth Ybarra, Judy Molina, Mary Campbell and brother, Danny Molina. He is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, and friends. Arthur was preceded in death by his parents, his wife and two grandsons; Jackson Molina and Dominic Molina. Also preceded in death, his brothers, Johnny, Ruben, Martin, Raymond, Louis and Manuel and his sister Alice Silva.

Services

22 September

Visitation

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Frank Wilson Funeral Home


Odessa, TX

23 September

Chapel Service

10:00 am

Frank Wilson Funeral Home


Odessa, TX

23 September

Burial

1:00 pm

Loraine Cemetery


Loraine, TX

Memories

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Yvonne Rosas

September 15, 2020

Dear Molina Family,

My condolences for your loss - each and everyone feels a void due to the passing of a loved one. Most importantly you know he showed his love by jokes, laughs and time spent together.

Till we meet again.
In God’s Devine Love.

Yvonne Rosas
Heather and Carson Rosas

Jay Boy Adams

September 12, 2020

Arturo has been my friend since childhood. When my grandson was born, the next treasured gift that arrived was a child’s rocking chair with the name QUIN painted in blue made by the loving hands of my dear friend Arturo. Words such as; consistent, dependable, loving, caring, honest, God fearing, and many more that one might speak will describe my friend who will be missed by many.

Jay Boy Adams
(Also the Class of '68)

Carl Webb

September 11, 2020

I had the privilege of growing up in C-City and calling Arturo my good friend for as long as I can recall, likely, since the first grade. Lots of great memories along the way. School activities, Fighting Wolves football (#63 if my memory serves me correctly), The Lazy Day and the list goes on and on. I simply remember Arturo as a first class guy and one all of us enjoyed his company and respected him greatly.
I’m thankful that I had the opportunity to see renew our friendship a couple of years ago at our 50th class reunion ... and he was the same Arturo...with just with a little more gray hair, but with the same great smile and personality.
My sincere condolences to all Arturo’s family and friends. His was a Life Well Lived. I will Miss Him...

Carl Webb. (Class of ‘68)

Danny Molina

September 8, 2020

Brother I will miss you, my last brother of eight of us boys. we went threw some rough times when we were young but we were happy and no one can take that away from me. God bless you brother and save a place for me. LOVE YOU. DANNY

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