Hilario Garcia

April 7, 1938December 25, 2020
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On Friday, December 25, 2020, Hilario Garcia went to be with the Lord at the age of 82. Larry was born on April 7, 1938, in Pettus, Texas to Rogelio and Guadalupe Garcia. He graduated from Pettus High School in 1956. Soon after, he joined the Air Force, where he spent four years Honorably serving his country. After the military, he hired on as a Civilian Employee at Kelly AFB, where he held several positions, until his retirement in 1990. Larry was known and loved by many people. Over the years, whether it was through the military, working on Kelly, or playing golf in his spare time, he was able to meet and befriend many people that would have a lasting impact in his life. Family was even more important to Larry, and he would not hesitate to help out a sibling, niece or nephew, cousin, or child. He enjoyed playing golf, getting in on a good game of poker, and his trips to Vegas. Survivors: Larry is survived by his son, Hector; daughter, Karen (Michelle); son-in-law, Robert; son, Ray; daughter-in-law, Nicole; granddaughters, Celeste, Sierra, & Robyn; sister, Sophie; brother-in-law, Joe; and numerous other family members.


Sunset Memorial Park & Funeral Home Wednesday, January 13, 2021 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM 1701 Austin Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78218 Grave Side Services and Burial:

(Will be Limited to Immediate Family Only) Thursday, January 14, 2021 at 10:00 AM. Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery 1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd San Antonio, TX 78209

Information about the Service:

Due to the current COVID guidelines, family and friends are being asked to limit visitation groups to 10 or less at a time. If you plan to pay your respects in person, please do so during the Visitation time on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, as the Grave Side Services will be limited to Immediate Family Only. The Service will be streamed live on Facebook Live.

Special thanks to the staff at Brookdale Kingsley for their exceptional care of our father during his final months of life. We are grateful for the time and attention given to him, as well as the opportunity given to us to visit with him prior to his passing.


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021

  • Graveside Service

    Thursday, January 14, 2021



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Suzanne Ortiz

January 13, 2021

Uncle Larry may you Rest In Peace. My prayers and Sincere Condolences to Hector, Michelle, Ray and your families. Uncle Larry, I will miss your beautiful smile, so many memories from the gathering at the Garcia Reunion. I will miss you. Love you very much....

Suzy Ortiz

Roger Larralde

January 12, 2021

“Mr Garcia” is how I always greeted & spoke to “Larry”, simply because in my eyes he earned and deserved that kind of respect. He was not only professional in working environments, but carried himself with dignity and poise throughout his lifetime. He was reserved, quiet, but always would be listening. When he did speak it always had relevance. He was proud of his accomplishments but his Children & Grandchildren meant the most to him because they were in his “Picture Frame” of his life.
His Smile, voice, and especially his Laugh left an impression on me as well as others that will be his Legacy we all get to keep with us. He gave that to all the ones who made him feel Loved as well. Prayers to the Garcia family. Thank You all for letting me share in and be a part of his life. Rest Easy Larry, you are home now...a better place... one in which we know will care for you now that we can no longer do so here.
Roger Larralde


January 10, 2021

I will miss Larry's stories and laughter. I truly enjoyed simply being in his presence and sharing some fond memories of our family. He will be deeply missed but I know we will be reunited again one day.
We are sending all of our love and prayers during this difficult time.

Ernest, Linda Garcia & Family

Teresa Brown

January 6, 2021

Uncle Larry would light up and get so animated when he talked about his Grand Daughter's he especially loved telling us about their time on the golf course.
He would talk about what a good time they had riding in the golf cart and how great of a swing they have... He was very proud of the Golfers they were turning into. Love you and will miss you Uncle Larry.
Teri Longoria

Joe Martinez

January 5, 2021

To My Brother-in-law, Larry Garcia, Rest in Peace. I know you are in Heaven with your Parents, your Brother and Sisters. Will miss you and the memories we had in Las Vegas and family gatherings.
To Hector, Michelle and Ray and your families, my sincere condolences. My prayers and thoughts are with you.
Love ,
From Uncle & Brother-in-law,Joe 'Dingy' Martinez and your Aunt & (Larry Sister) Sofie Martinez

Sandra Martinez

January 5, 2021

Uncle Larry, I will miss you. Miss your stories when in the Military in France. Will miss talking with you about planes, space shuttle, about life situations or listening to me and my sisters (niece's)giving us advice. I will remember the visits, family holidays, dinners shared. I will remember the Las Vegas & Kickapoo trips with my Mom (Sofie)& Dad(Joe), me tagging along. After all, I know, I was your favorite niece. Ha,Ha! I still have the ring you gave me with your Vegas winnings from the last trip. I will cherish and will remember you. Rest in Peace Sweet Uncle, I will always love you. XOXOX Love Sandra

Lisa Cantu

January 4, 2021

Our deepest sympathy goes out to you. So many memories with you all. Our thoughts and prayers are sent to the Garcia family.