OBITUARY

David C. Samudio Sr.

July 7, 1957December 3, 2018
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David C. Samudio Sr. Age 61 born July 7, 1957 in San Antonio, Texas passed away on December 3, 2018 in San Antonio. He was a loving husband, father, grandpa, brother, and was always Dallas Cowboy's number one fan. He proudly served our Country in the U.S. Army. David is preceded in death by his parents; Ricardo & Carolina Samudio, brothers; Ysrael Samudio, Delfino Samudio, sister; Esther Villanueva, and son David Samudio Jr.

He is survived by his wife; Sylvia Ann De Hoyos Samudio, Children; Sylvia Marie Martinez, Joe Anthony Martinez, Erica Centeno, Michael Samudio, Priscilla Samudio, Grandchildren; Damien Nathan Lee-Martinez, Preston Anthony Martinez, Julianne Claire Martinez, Jerry Samudio, Jacob Samudio, Autumn Sky Samudio, Sebastian Samudio, Alex Centeno, Georgie Centeno, Drew Centeno, Josiah Samudio, Jazmin Samudio, Cerenity Franklin, Great grandchild; Maylin Martinez, brothers; Richard Samudio, Ismael Samudio, Enrique Samudio, Daniel Samudio, and sister Ernestina Ortegon.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm with a rosary to be recited at 7:00 pm at Funeraria Del Angel Trevino Funeral Home. 2525 Palo Alto Rd. San Antonio, Texas. 78211. Funeral procession will depart on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 7:30 am for a Mass of Resurrection to be celebrated at 8:00 am at St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church with interment to follow at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.

  • FAMILY

  • David is preceded in death by his parents; Ricardo & Carolina Samudio, brothers; Ysrael Samudio, Delfino Samudio, sister; Esther Villanueva, and son David Samudio Jr.

    He is survived by his wife; Sylvia Ann De Hoyos Samudio, Children; Sylvia Marie Martinez, Joe Anthony Martinez, Erica Centeno, Michael Samudio, Priscilla Samudio, Grandchildren; Damien Nathan Lee-Martinez, Preston Anthony Martinez, Julianne Claire Martinez, Jerry Samudio, Jacob Samudio, Autumn Sky Samudio, Sebastian Samudio, Alex Centeno, Georgie Centeno, Drew Centeno, Josiah Samudio, Jazmin Samudio, Cerenity Franklin, Great grandchild; Maylin Martinez, brothers; Richard Samudio, Ismael Samudio, Enrique Samudio, Daniel Samudio, and sister Ernestina Ortegon.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Damien Martinez, Jerry Samudio, Raymond Garcia, Hector De Hoyos Jr., Michael Vaquera, Gabriel Samudio, J.J. Gonzalez , Anthony De La O,

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, December 12, 2018
  • Rosary Service Wednesday, December 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, December 13, 2018
  • Committal Service Thursday, December 13, 2018
REMEMBERING

David C. Samudio Sr.

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Tina Ortegon

January 3, 2019

For My Brother, You left without warning, gone so fast. Now all we have are memories of our past. You are loved by so many you might not have known, But in our hearts is where you have grown. The memories I have throughout the years will last forever with laughter and tears. We shared our lives since we were young, my wish now will be to have you back healthy and alive. I will miss you oh so much, so will all the lives that you have touched. I can't say goodbye, I can't accept your death. You will live in my heart forever until my last breath. Love you my Brother.

Nancy Salazar-Gonzalez

December 29, 2018

David, Our Angel in Heaven watching over us! I am saddened at this time to have to write these words. It is still unbelievable that you are no longer here to make us laugh or to be scaring Sylvia. You left us with great memories and you are in a better place. Until we meet again! Love Jesse Nancy

Jacob Samudio

December 13, 2018

Dear Grandpa,

I’ll always be thankful for the memories we had together. I remember when you would tell me how much you miss Junior (my dad) I know you’re at peace with him again. Until I see you again I will always hold you in my heart. I love you and I’ll miss you forever.

Sincerely,
Your grandson Jacob Anthony Samudio

Damien Martinez

December 13, 2018

Dear #1 Grandpa,
I have so much to say! For more than 22 years you have been there for me every single day! Not a day goes by that I wish I had you, physically, next to me. You showed me what unconditional love truly looks like and I could only reciprocate that love and affection. You were my grandfather, my father figure, my provider, my supporter, my listener, my #1 fan, my coach, my travel buddy, my Santa Claus, my inspiration, and my heart! I was your world and you were mine. Time is never long enough but I’m glad I never took you for granted. I appreciate every moment you have given me and every memory I have of you will always be shared because that’s what you would do for me. I will miss you...more than anyone could ever imagine. You have taken my heart with you but it’s okay because you gave me yours.
Thank you grandpa for everything you have done for me! I promise to continue to make you proud! I love you with every being left in me and I will make sure to show your great granddaughter, Maylin Marie-Rose, the love you have provided me. Grandpa, you have been my Angel since day 1 , so this isn’t goodbye! I will see you again, but next time it will be for eternity.
Love, your Grandson
Damien Nathan-Lee
Your Grandson

Jodie Martinez

December 12, 2018

Dad,

I’ve been procrastinating on what to write because I’m still at a loss for words. It’s selfish of me to still want you here on Earth forever, but I know you’re in a better place. However, I miss you dearly...I miss watching Julianne’s face light up when she sees you. She was so lucky to have you as her grandpa. I couldn’t have asked for anyone better! I want to thank you for loving us with all your heart and soul...you mean the world to me and I want you to know how much you’re loved! Your memory will forever remain in our hearts. Heaven must be beautiful right now because it has you in it! Love you mucho 😘

With love forever and always,
Jodie (your daughter-in-law)

Joaquin Harper

December 12, 2018

Tio,
You were a really great tio who always knew how to make others laugh or put a smile on their faces, and you always put one on mine. I remember a family reunion and you were making so many jokes I couldn't stop laughing. I wanted to say thank you for being a wonderful Tio.

Jasiah Vaquera

December 12, 2018

Dear Tio,
I wish I heard you laugh one more time. You were always happy and making jokes. I Always had a smile on my face when around you. You were a great tio to me and my brother, many memories when we went over. Thank you for everything! Sincerely Jasiah

Joe Martinez

December 12, 2018

Dad,
If I could talk to you one more time I would shower you with love and let you know that you did an amazing job as my DAD. You kept your promise on being there for me when my biological father passed and you were not obligated to. You treated me as your own and for that I will always be grateful. You have no idea how you shaped my life. I hope that I had the same impact on your life as you had on mine because you were nothing but a great role model. I remember the first time you took us to "Pear Apple County Fair" and allowed us to have a blast. I hope that I made you a proud dad because all I wanted was to make you proud of me. I could have not ask for a better step-dad, grandpa or husband for my family. The LOVE you showed us was spectacular and beyond what I could have hoped for. You were the best grandpa that Julianne, Preston and Damien could have dreamed of. I hope that you are in the heavens flying with the beautiful angels because that is where you belong. I pray for you dad and I hope that you are the angel that will forever watch over us. Dad, I love you with every ounce of my soul and you will always have a huge place in my heart. I LOVE YOU!!

Your Son, Papa Joe


Julianne Martinez

December 11, 2018

Dearest Grandpa,

You never said I’m leaving,
You never said goodbye.
You were gone before I knew it,
And only God knew why.

A million times I needed you,
A million times I cried.
If love alone could have saved you,
You never would have died.

In life I loved you dearly,
In death I love you still.
In my heart you hold a place,
That no one could ever fill.

It broke my heart to lose you,
But you didn’t go alone.
For part of me went with you,
The day God took you home!

I love and miss you Grandpa more than you’ll ever know ❤️ Xoxo, Julianne Claire (You Never Said Goodbye-anonymous)

Annette Martinez-Lievanos

December 11, 2018

Loss for words and that’s unusual for me... Tia Sylvia and my Prima Sylvia Marie and Primo Papa Joe my prayers are with you during this time.

Since I met my Tio David he was so genuine, funny and most of all he truly Loved my familia and I could see it in his actions. So blessed to have met him and to be able to hang out with him and enjoy his company. I have my memories and for that I’m so grateful. Only regret is that we were never able to hang out sooner! Forever in our memories of San Antonio. Your Neice Annette

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Our first picture,
Who would have known, Almost 25 years of LIFE together!!!

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