Marcus Anthony Agundis
October 30, 1992 – July 27, 2020
Marcus Anthony Agundis, 27, of San Angelo went to be with our Lord on Monday July 27th, 2020 in Pensacola, Florida. Marcus graduated from Lake View High School a year early in 2011. From a young age Marcus grew up working with trucks. He would travel to work in Arizona with his dad, Oscar Sr. and brother Oscar Jr. cutting corn with our dad's trucking business. That is where Marcus' love for trucks started. He would work hauling corn and wheat for various feed yards and dairies. At the young age of 24 he started his own business. A's trucking was responsible for hauling rock, dirt, caliche and hot mix. His trucks would work multiple jobs including one for the oil field. In just three short years he had accumulated six trucks. Marcus was full of ideas to expand his business. He was just getting started on breaking ground for opening an RV park. His childhood dreams came true and will continue to live on. Marcus was a loving son and funny brother. He was "Uncle Bobo" and a loyal friend. He was truly a one of a kind man with a beautiful soul who lived with faith. Marcus had a smile that warms your heart and made you instantly feel welcomed. He was full of life, he simply loved to just have fun in everything he did. Marcus enjoyed time at the lake, he loved to enter BBQ competitions. His favorite part of life was traveling, anyone who watched his crazy adventures on snaps would be entertained and laugh like no other. Marcus had a heart of gold and was always helping others. He was so giving and always had a smile on his face. Marcus left us all too soon, but his job here on earth was complete. It's God's turn now to have a new guardian angel help him. Marcus had a saying on his trucks to "Stay Humble and Hustle Hard" which he implemented into his daily life. He will always be our legend in the Agundis Family. Marcus is survived by his loving family: his parents Oscar Sr. and Yolanda Agundis, three siblings, Jeannie Olascuaga and her husband Steven. Oscar Jr. Agundis and his Wife Marisela. Veronica Rodriguez and her husband Manuel. 5 nieces and 2 nephews. Pallbearers for the service will be Yasuey Gonzalez, Cruz Castorena, Christopher Ross Gehrels, Tomas Valdez, Joseph Carson, Arnulfo Valenzuela, and Anthony Elkins. Honorary pallbearers for the service will be his brother Oscar Jr. and his sons Andrew and Oscar Ray. Marcus is at peace with our Heavenly Father and is now our guardian angel. The Agundis family extends a special "THANK YOU" for all the prayers, love, and support during this time.
Sunday, August 2, 2020
Monday, August 3, 2020
Marcus Anthony Agundis
August 5, 2020
i remember that marcus was my chambelan for his sisters quince, was so goofy and kind. He was so respectful and a gentleman. I send my deepest condulences for the whole agundis family. I hope and pray the jesus gives you strength and peace during this diffuclt time. Marcus is forever in my heart and prayers.
August 3, 2020
Our deepest condolences, to the Agendas/Garcia Families.
We may not be there in person but know our thoughts and
prayers are with you all.
Ramiro & Mary Acevedo
Joe & Hope Garcia
Marcus & Ester Garcia
Your Garcia family from Houston.
August 2, 2020
My condolences to all of the family. I will always remember Marcus as a sweet, kind and good hearted person. Continued prayers for the Agundis Family and everyone he touched. May he Rest In Peace.
August 1, 2020
My heart goes out to the family for their loss. Marcus was a friend of my husband, Roy, who was also called home by our Lord Jesus Christ in 2018. But Roy did share that Marcus was such a humble person who was focused on his future. A strength that Roy embraced. So even though I only met Marcus once, I feel like I knew him thru Roy. I pray for the whole family ...I know how real the pain is. But God is truly with you during this time of need and will not abandon you. Rest in Peace Marcus.
Isela Hinojos Agundis
August 1, 2020
Oscar, Yolanda and family: I feel there are no words I could say to comfort you, but I am praying for God to give you strength and peace. I am thankful to have seen what a sweet young man he became when I was with all of you at the reunion. My heart goes out to all of you. XOXOS
July 31, 2020
Words cannot express how sorry we are for your loss. Please know you and your entire family are in our constant thoughts and Prayers.
July 30, 2020
Oscar and Yolanda, our deepest condolences for your loss. There are no words that will help, but our prayers are with you and your family. God rest his soul and God bless y'all and your family.
Peace and Prayers,
Joe and Cynthia Castorena