Paul Galvan Jr.
March 22, 1943 – January 26, 2018
Paul Galvan, 74, of San Angelo, passed away at his home in San Angelo on January 26, 2018. He was born to the late, Polo E. and Elvira Blanche Rodriguez Galvan on March 22, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois. Paul served in the United State Air Force during the Vietnam Era. Paul was a fun loving man who was known as a great dancer and music connoisseur. He was the family historian and was extremely proud of his Mexican heritage. Paul was an avid reader and writer, sharing many stories with those he loved. He was a foody and enjoyed White Castle, Lucky’s Chinese food, Ricobene Italian and Mexican Tacos best. Paul was an avid Chicago sports-fan, supporting his favorite teams: White Sox, Chicago Bears, Chicago Bulls, and Black Hawks. Paul will be missed greatly by all who knew and loved him. He was preceded in death by his parents; and brother, Joseph Cervantes. Survivors include his brothers, Michael Galvan, Sr., and David Galvan and his wife, Lydia; numerous nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends, including his special cousin, Maria Perez, and his friend, Linda Young. There will be a private memorial service and celebration of Paul’s life at a later date in Chicago. Family and friends are encouraged to share memories, send condolences and sign the online guestbook at www.johnsons-funeralhome.com . The family would like to extend a special thank you to Linda Young for all the hours of time spent and conversations with Paul. Arrangements are under the direction of Johnson’s Funeral Home of San Angelo.
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Paul Galvan Jr.
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Margie Walker Dunn
February 24, 2018
I first met Paul when we were 12 years old. His father thought he should leave Chicago and move to Moline, KS living with his grandparents. I remember the day his father brought him to St. Mary's Catholic School. He was not happy to be there but with the help of Sister Bertilla and the rest of us country kids he settled in. He graduated from Moline High School In 61.. Rest In Peace old friend.
February 10, 2018
was a good friend we just found out when I called the apartments where he lived I guess
nobody from Chicago came down here we got worried because we had not seen him in quite a while