Funeraria del Angel Roy Akers

515 North Main Ave, San Antonio, TX


Alfredo J. Alcaide

July 24, 1961November 25, 2019

Alfredo Jorge Alcaide passed away on Monday, November 25, 2019 at the age of 58.

He was born in Santurce, San Juan, Puerto Rico on July 24, 1961 to his parents, Emilio and Noemi Alcaide.

He is preceded in death by his father, Emilio Alcaide.

Alfredo leaves to cherish his memory his daughter, Alyssa Yvette Alcaide; his mother, Noemi Alcaide; his brother, Alfonso Alcaide and his wife Maritza; his nephew, Alexander Alcaide; and extended family and friends who all loved him.

The family will be receiving friends for a Visitation on Sunday, December 1st from 2 PM to 5 PM at Funeraria del Angel Roy Akers – 515 N. Main Ave. 78205 – with Military Honors to be rendered at 3 PM for his service in the United States Air Force.


  • Visitation Sunday, December 1, 2019


Alfredo J. Alcaide

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Gloria (Glory) Reyes

December 4, 2019

I started for Lockheed in February of 2003 fresh out of college with my associates in airframe and power plant. Somehow I ended up in dock three horizontal assembly with Will as my lead and Al as my instructor. I'll never forget Will telling to "Stick with Al he's a great teacher and he's got a lot of lessons to teach you." So I did. Al found me very annoying and I thought he was well if you know Al then you know but eventually we grew on each other. My "Hey Al..." responses went from "What now?" To "Hey Glory what's up?"
Al became one of my best friends. Coming from a single mother five sibling home I grew up way too fast too early with no idea what a father was. Both he and Will took a part in raising me and filling in the gaps that my father left in my life up to that point. I am so grateful for having the privilege to know Al. He pushed me to be better and taught me to step back and take in all information before rushing into things. He was someone I could call on anytime day or night with whatever. I'm truly going to miss him.

Jesus Jurado

December 4, 2019

Al was a tough son of a gun, nothing I ever did made that man happy, but now that I’m older, I see why he was the way he was. He push me to become better. He was one of many mentors that helped shape me to who I am now, it was his tough love and motivation that pushed me farther into area of strength that I never knew I had. After I become Air Canada Ramp and Operations Supervisor, I told him what I become and he was happy seeing me excel, but it was when I went to school that he tells me how happy he was of me of going back. I will forever miss my mentor, friend and work father, I’m saddened that I never got the chance to work with him again, but he never let me stumble or stagger, he always found a away to get me moving

Shawn Sawyer

December 4, 2019

Al and I met in 1999 and for many years we enjoyed many a day working together in aviation maintenance. We became close like brothers and had alot of conversations about family, kids, XB 360, martial arts and our time in the military. He will be missed. He was a truly big hearted soul and a great to be around. RIP my friend.

Cindy Johnson

November 29, 2019

Alfredo was the son of a wonderful and loving teacher, Naomi Alcaide, who was the home economics teacher when my family was transferred to Naval Station Roosevelt Roads in Puerto Rico in 1966. Even though I have never met Alfredo in person, we did chat from time to time on Facebook. He was a very caring son, devoted to his Mom and family. I know they are going to miss him greatly. Rest in Peace Alfredo, you will be missed .
Cindy Little Johnson
Kissimmee, Florida