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Sunset Memorial Park & Funeral Home

1701 Austin Highway, San Antonio, TX

OBITUARY

Joe Raymond Muñoz

February 9, 1950February 11, 2020

Joe Raymond Munoz was born on February 9, 1950 in San Angelo Texas he went to be with the Lord on February 11, 2020 at the age of 70. He passed away at home surrounded by his family.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Pura and Jose Munoz and brother, Antonio “Tony”Sepeda. He is survived by his beloved wife of 47 years Anna Marie Munoz, son Bryan Paul Munoz and wife Renea Canales, his grandchildren Bryan Paul Munoz Junior and Austin Rhys Munoz. He lived most of his early life in Junction, TX. His family then moved to San Antonio,TX where he met his wife Anna. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in 1969. Joe proudly served his country in the United States Air Force. After his time in the military he worked for many years for the United States Postal Service. And later retired from there. He loved spending time with his family, Sunday barbecues, and watching sports with his son. He enjoyed road trips with his family, especially his grandchildren. Joe loved going to concerts with his wife. He loved country music. Classic rock, blues, and tejano music. He was a big Dallas Cowboy fan and loved the Spurs. But most of all Joe was a very devoted family man. He was funny, he was patient, he was the most unselfish person anyone could ever know. He will be greatly missed but never forgotten. He will be forever in our hearts. His family would like to thank all the doctors, nurses, hospital, and hospice that took care of him during his time of need.

A visitation will be held Wednesday, February 26, 2020 from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. with a rosary to be recited at 7:00 p.m. A Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated on Thursday, February 27, 2020, at St. Mark’s Catholic Church at 9:30 a.m. with interment to follow with military honors at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.

Services

26 February

Visitation

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Sunset Funeral Home

1701 Austin Highway
San Antonio, Texas 78218

26 February

Rosary Service

7:00 pm

Sunset Funeral Home

Sunset Chapel

1701 Austin Highway
San Antonio, Texas 78218

27 February

Funeral Service

9:30 am

St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church

1602 Thousand Oaks Dr.
San Antonio, Texas 78232

27 February

Committal Service

11:15 am

Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery

1520 Harry Wurzbach
San Antonio, Texas 78232

Memories

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kevin riley

February 18, 2020

Anna,
Very sorry to hear of Raymond's passing. I have known you both for so long, since I was in high school. You and Raymond were always so good to all of us. Whether it was taking us to the skating rink on Saturday night or just having everyone over to your place for a party, you always included us in so many activities. I will always remember the fun we all had. Take care and know that Raymond is in a good place now.

Kevin Riley

Patsy Dell’Italia

February 18, 2020

I was 12 years old when my sister began dating Raymond. He always treated her with respect and kindness. I admired his warm and welcoming spirit. He’s been in our family for most of our lives and has been a major role model in mine.

I have countless fond memories of him and some of my favorite were when we would go dancing at Midnight Cowboy and had our family barbecues. I will never forget the drinking, carefree fun and late nights dancing to the Charlie Daniels Band. The family barbecues were a tradition I looked forward to every Sunday.

Raymond’s endless selflessness, love for life and family will always be remembered and carried forever in our hearts and memories. He will be deeply missed and I know our family has an angel watching over us.

Brenda Koch

February 17, 2020

Raymond married my sister, Anna, when I was only 9 years old. He quickly stepped in as a male role model in my life. As a young couple they use to take me to many events, and they always made the holidays very special. Sunday football games, and grilling were a family tradition, He taught me all about football, and the cowboys. Especially Roger Staubach. When I got older I witnessed him become a wonderful Father, and Grandfather. Even in his last days here on this earth, he was giving me advice on what car to purchase. So selfless.

Most of all , I will always remember how good he was to my sister. I mean, he endured a lot of shoe shopping! They were such the perfect couple that I use to tell them, they were really just one person.

He truly was the best man I have ever known. I have to add he was also very good to mother, and she adored him. I will miss his chicken drumettes, and all the good times. God Bless you Raymond and all the Munoz family, I love you all very much.❤️

Eddie Rico

February 16, 2020

I’ve known Raymond since he started dating my sister. I was a teenager and Raymond would give me and my friends rides to the skating rink in his fancy 442 Oldsmobile.

.When he came to our house he always expected I would be cooking something different than he normally eats. He always said he liked it. I introduced him to several different beers like IPA’s and Japanese beers. He did like his Sapporo.

Raymond is true and loyal family man . He has a good family in his wife , a good son and great grandchildren. He always supported them in everything . He also supported me and my husband as his family.

We will miss his laughter and wis words. Especially when we go to the casinos. !

Rest In Peace my brother.

Eddie, Kevin, and Bella.




Jesse Diaz

February 16, 2020

Joe was a great guy. Always happy and upbeat. It was a pleasure working with him. He will be missed. Heaven has received another protector. God bless him and his family!!!

Michael Lueck

February 15, 2020

I can't think of Joe without thinking of his smile. Even on bad days, when the workload has heavy and the bosses were being a pain, Joe would still light up the room with a smile and a chuckle. Not many can do that, you will be missed.

Louis Munoz

February 14, 2020

Our sincerest condolences to Joe Raymond’s family. I last saw Raymond at least 57 yrs ago and it was at our grandmother’s funeral. I recall Raymond being a very jovial teenager, surely throughout his life. May our Heavenly Father ‘s perceptual light shine on Raymond and may Raymond’s family find comfort in our Lord during their period of mourning.