OBITUARY

Juan Carlos Coreas

July 27, 1990May 15, 2020

Juan Carlos Coreas, age 29, of Deer Park, Texas entered into eternal rest on May 15th, 2020. He was born in Houston, Texas on July 27, 1990 to Blanca Aleman. He was married to Leslie Coreas for 10 years. Juan was a hard and loyal worker for Lubrizol as a process operator. Some of his passions included going fishing, playing football and basketball, and being the absolute greatest dad to his children.

He is survived by his wife Leslie of 10 years; son Martin (7); daughters Layla (4) and Lily (1); Memaw – Maria E. Ramos; Mother-in-law Elaine Ochoa; Brothers-in-law Anthony and Joshua Ochoa; Sisters-in-law April Ochoa and Nadine Ramos

In lieu of flowers please send donations and gift cards to the family.

Services

  • Family Will Receive Friends

    Wednesday, May 20, 2020

  • Celebration of Life

    Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Memories

Juan Carlos Coreas

have a memory or condolence to add?

ADD A MEMORY
Anthony Ochoa

May 24, 2020

Keanu Reeves was once asked” what do you think happens to us when we die” and his response was “ well I know the ones who love us will miss us” isn’t that great feat to leave behind a number of yearning hearts to morn you. What I’m trying to say is Juan made a lot of longing impressions on everybody here to morn his passing. Though his life was cut short, I believe the impact he left behind will never be forgotten. From all who known him will forever hold the memories we all had with him and there he shall live in us. He was a great man and father and provider. None could attest that. And the reason I know this cause Juan has played a part in a good 10 years of my life so I was there to witness.

Katia NeSmith

May 21, 2020

Juan was my brother's best friend, but I first met Juan as an athletic trainer when he played football. He was always in a good mood and so kind. He was so goofy and sarcastic but not a mean bone in his body. It was apparent that he loved his wife and children immensely. He truly was a light in this world that will never be forgotten. My biggest prayers go out to everyone who grieve over the great loss of Juan.

Katia NeSmith

Sandra Meza

May 20, 2020

Juanito he was a real character I have plenty of memories with him when we used to work at Kroger where he met “Lil one” Leslie and fell in love with each other... they were meant for each other! Made a beautiful family together... Everybody is gonna miss you! You made a real impact on everyone that crossed your path. We’ll meet again! I know for sure you’ll be watching over Leslie and your babies.

Eloise Gamez

May 20, 2020

Juan was a very sweet and kind person and will definitely be missed by everyone who knew him. I admired him because you could see by his actions the loved he had for his family, he was the epitome of what a husband and a dad should be, It was cute to watch Juan and Les interact with each other because it was as if they were dating still always having a good time. Rest in peace Juan and know your family is in good hands.

Ryan Cepeda

May 19, 2020

Thanks so much for being a great Coach to my brother Zachary. Thanks for allowing me to help coach with you.
Thanks for all of the memories made, for being a friend but most of all being family. Love you and miss you.
~Ryan

Zachary Cardenas

May 19, 2020

Thank you for being a great Coach!
I MISS YOU! I LOVE YOU!
Zachary 💕

Albert (Albo) Gonzales

May 19, 2020

I'm gonna miss you Juan. Great friend for the short time I knew you. I remember when he started with Lubrizol, his locker was next to mine. Always respectful and talked so highly and the love he had for his Family. Prayers for immediate family at this time. God bless.

Luis Ceja

May 19, 2020

I work with Juan at Lubrizol he was one of my favorite operators very knowledgeable he will be missed. May him and his loved one’s find peace in knowing that’s some day God willing We Will see our loved ones again.

christine morgan

May 19, 2020

I don’t exactly remember a spoken word of the respect we shared but there it was. It was an unspoken trust. I like a mom to Leslie and he like a son in law trusted he would be the best husband and dad to his kids. I would never worry. Seeing pictures of them living their best life every chance they got. A visit to Mississippi and us to Texas. The most valuable and precious moment and memory I have is that before he went home he entrusted me with his very last words to Leslie and he cried and I cried so today was the day he said make sure you show her 😭. Thank you Juan, no day will go by without your smarty pants 😪 you will always be loved tremendously .

Torie (Sister In Law) Castaneda

May 19, 2020

My son and I went fishing at Sylvan Beach and low and behold here comes my brother in law with little Martin. We had such a good time with Marin fishing as he was so little. It was so nice to see a father and his son spending time with each other. Thank you for the memories May! My condolences and love to ALL the families impacted by the loss of my brother in law, my husband's brother.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Learn more about the Coreas name

VISIT ANCESTRY.COM