Francisco Lugo Sr.
October 11, 1942 – November 21, 2018
Francisco Lugo Sr.,76, 1st Sgt Retired, left to be with the Lord on Wednesday November 21, 2018 at Doctors Hospital at Renaissance in Edinburg. Francisco was born to Fermin and Trinidad Lugo Sr. on October 11, 1942 in Lantana, Texas. He was also known by his family and friends as "Timbo". He honorably served in the US Army for 24 years, 6 months and 17 days. Left to cherish his memory is his loving current wife, Maria Elena Lugo and his sons from his previous wife, Josie Huerta Lugo: Francisco Lugo and Michael A. Lugo. He will also be greatly missed by his grandchildren: Tony Lugo, Jackie Lugo, Brenda Lugo, Amy Lugo, James Lugo, Oscar Cueva III, Monica Cueva, Raquel Cueva, Emma Foulig, Alexis Foulig; siblings: Zoila Lopez, Tina Martinez & Valentin Lugo. Inurnment will take place at Rio Grande Valley State Veteran Cemetery in Mission. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Funeraria del Angel Palm Valley of Pharr. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at https://www.dignitymemorial.com for the Lugo family.
- Maria Elena Lugo, Spouse
- Francisco Lugo Jr., Son
- Michael A. Lugo, Son
Grandchildren: Tony Lugo, Jackie Lugo, Brenda Lugo, Amy Lugo, James Lugo
Oscar Cueva III, Monica Cueva, Raquel Cueva, Emma Foulig & Alexis Foulig
Siblings: Zoila Lopez, Tina Martinez & Valentin Lugo
Francisco Lugo Sr.
November 27, 2018
Siento mucho por el dolor por el que están pasando por la reciente pérdida de su ser querido. Por eso les escribo para que sepan que la Biblia da esperanza. A mí me han consolado mucho las palabras de la escritura de Hechos 24:15-‘y tengo esperanza en cuanto a Dios, esperanza que estos mismos también abrigan, de que va a haber resurrección así de justos como de injustos.’
Que maravillosa esperanza el saber que podrán disfrutar de estar con Don Francisco otra vez. Tengan la seguridad de que Dios así lo hará.
Richard (Ricky) Lugo Gonzalez
November 26, 2018
My name is Richard Lugo Gonzalez and Francisco was my cousin. As a youngster, I remember visiting my Tio Fermin Lugo & Tia Trine where I would listen to my cousins Fermin Jr., Jose, Reynaldo and Francisco play music with their guitarras and accordion. It was there where I learned to sing the old conjunto songs they played so well and sung. Later on, I had the pleasure of serving with Fermin Jr. in the reserves. During my visits to the Valley, I made it a point to visit Fermin Jr. , but I didn't see the others because they were living in Oregon. I last saw my cousin Francisco at my Uncle Reynaldo Lugo funeral. I'd like to express my deepest condolences to his wife Maria Elena and the entire Lugo Family. May he Rest In Peace in the loving arms of Our Savior Jesus Christ
With Much Sorrow;
Richard Lugo Gonzalez
San Antonio, Texasa