OBITUARY

Carlos Alvarez

July 5, 1948September 10, 2020
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Carlos Alvarez passed away at the age of 72 in San Antonio, Texas. He was born on July 5, 1948 in Germany, to John and Amalie Alvarez. He is preceded in death by his father: John Alvarez and sister: Sandra Alvarez. He is survived by his mother: Amalie G. Alvarez; sisters: Doris, Monika (Steve); numerous extended family in Houston, Texas and a host of friends. Carlos was a kind, loving man who loved traveling and loved flying planes. He loved to be in the air. He worked for many companies: Frost Bank, Valero and then he retired from USAA. Carlos was taken too soon from us, but we will never forget the light he brought into our lives. A private memorial service will take place at a later date.

  • FAMILY

  • John Alvarez, Father (deceased)
  • Sandra Alvarez, Sister (deceased)
  • Amalie G. Alvarez, Mother
  • Doris, Monika (Steve), Sisters
  • He is preceded in death by his father: John Alvarez and sister: Sandra Alvarez.
    He is survived by his mother: Amalie G. Alvarez; sisters: Doris, Monika (Steve); numerous extended family in Houston, TX and a host of friends.

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Gloria Rios

September 17, 2020

My condolences to Carlos' family and friends. I worked with him for many years and he was not only very knowledgeable and professional but a very kind gentleman. I'm praying for his family and Doris (my former co-worker) during this difficult time.

Erik Vitols

September 16, 2020

I worked off and on with Carlos at USAA. His friendly and calm demeanor got me thru many a long night on various IT oncall issues. He was pretty awesome. RIP Carlos.

Betty Jones

September 15, 2020

Carlos was such a great person. Worked with him in Scheduling/Workflow for several years. He was always willing to help anyone. I remember when he said he had his Pilot License, I said "What you have a Pilot License"! I never would have thought that he loved to fly a plane. He always spoke about his mom, he loved her dearly you could see it in his eyes when he talked about her. May he rest in peace. May the memories of Carlos stay forever in your mind to help you get through the sadness. God Bless you!

Charles Dove

September 15, 2020

I am so sorry to hear about Carlos's passing. I have known his family for many years. Trudy and my mother worked at Joske's at the same time many years ago... Sister Monika and I met at San Antonio College after high school. I then met Carlos and Doris. I also knew Carlos when he and I both worked at USAA. He was always helpful to me in his roll at USAA, and I had interactions with him often.. He was always a very nice, helpful and knowledgeable person. He will be missed by many. My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this sad time.
Charlie & Martin

Tommy Sherry

September 14, 2020

I remember Carlos always taking his mother to eat with all her
Lady friends from Joskes. We enjoyed having him with us , he always had some good stories to tell. Such a nice sweet gentlemen
, he will be missed by many. My sympathy goes out to my friend
And his mother Trudy Alvarez and the rest of his family. Much love,
Tommy sherry

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Biography

Carlos Alvarez passed away at the age of 72 in San Antonio, Texas. He was born on July 5, 1948 in Germany, to John and Amalie Alvarez.
He is preceded in death by his father: John Alvarez and sister: Sandra Alvarez. He is survived by his mother: Amalie G. Alvarez; sisters: Doris, Monika (Steve); numerous extended family in Houston, Texas and a host of friends.
Carlos was a kind, loving man who loved traveling and loved flying planes. He loved to be in the air. He worked for many companies: Frost Bank, Valero and then he retired from USAA. Carlos was taken too soon from us, but we will never forget the light he brought into our lives.
A private memorial service will take place at a later date.

Learn more about the Alvarez name

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