Milad "Miguel" Moussa Elias

December 25, 1964August 15, 2011

Born December 25, 1964 in Lebanon, Milad Moussa Elias, known as Miguel, is most known as a loving father and successful businessman, who lost his battle with cancer on August 15, 2011. In Houston he owned several dealerships, body and repair shops. Later, he moved to La Porte and opened Texans Sports Bar and Grill. Milad will be especially remembered for his warm heart and always helping the community. Specifically during the July 4th parade in La Porte and help to those in the community during Hurricane IKE. Survivors include wife Marija Elias, son Mario, and daughter Maya, who currently reside in La Porte, TX. Miguel is also survived by his best friend and Brother Michel and sister-n-law Gloria Elias and Sister Fadia Elias. Niece Rita and nephew Simon Sarkis and loving nephews Moses, Charlie, and Cristian. Mother-in-law Vida Radman and his Mother and Father. Visitation will be Thursday, August 18, 2011 from 10AM to 8PM at Grand View Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be Friday, August 19, 2011 at 10AM in the Chapel of Grand View Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Grand View Memorial Park. Thanks to staff at Houston Hematology and Cancer Institute in Baytown and also Methodist Hospital for their care and support. To shares words of comfort with the family, please visit


  • Visitation Thursday, August 18, 2011
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 19, 2011

Milad "Miguel" Moussa Elias

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mario elias

October 3, 2011

i love you daddy one day when i see you me and you are gonna fish alot but untill then u stay in my heart and i know you walk beside me everyday r.i.p. daddy i will always love you you are gone but not forgotten

Fadia Elias

September 15, 2011


I love you brother.... I miss you sooo... you will always live in my heart..

chris elizondo

August 22, 2011

gonna truly miss ya miguel,we had lots of good times shootin tha breeze,havn a few drinks or more than a few,always playin silver strike bettin on it frame by frame,too many good memories to list brotha,love ya man c-ya on tha other side one day my friend!!!

Tom & Deena Stepanian

August 20, 2011

We are so sorry to learn of Miguel's passing. He was one of the friendliest people I've ever met...always ready with a big smile and a "happy to see you" attitude. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Maria and the children. Your loss is great. May God bless and comfort you during this difficult time.

Shelly Glasscock

August 18, 2011

We, at the Barber Shop were all saddened to hear of Miguel's passing. He was a generous man and a good friend. We will miss him greatly and will be praying for his other friends and family.
May God bless the Elias family and give them peace.
Lynn's Barber Shop

Charlie Smith

August 18, 2011

Miguel my buddy i will never forget you. we had so many good times together. I will miss you.I chairish the time we all hung out being crazy. I will be doing a shot of grand marnier for us R.I.P. My great freind i will se you one day.

Agnes Wimberly

August 18, 2011

I only met Miguel one time, but in the 2 hours I talked with him, I found out what a wonderful man he was. He truly loved his family, friends, community and America. He was a man of fine character. I know he will be greatly missed by all of those he came in contact with. Marija, Mario, Maya and family, may the Lord console you in your time of sorrow.

Jessica Yeager

August 18, 2011

Maria, Mario, & Mia I am deeply sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family. Miguel brought so many smiles to our faces over the years! If I can do anything at all please let me know. I would be more than happy to help arrange a benefit and help you and the family in this tragic time! God Bless!

Jerry Kapoor

August 18, 2011

Milad was a good friend and we always enjoyed his company. Our deepest condolences to all his family. We will remember him for his friendship, generosity, cheerfulness and charm.

Jerry and Laila Kapoor

Theresa Krchnak

August 18, 2011

Miguel had the biggest heart I have even seen. I worked at Texans when they first opened and he was this great boss of all time. We where like one big family he always made use we where all taken care of they way we should. He will be missed so much, I will have his family in my prays.