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Funeraria del Angel Trevino

226 Cupples Road, San Antonio, TX

OBITUARY

Reynaldo Guajardo, III

April 18, 1962January 4, 2020
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Reynaldo Guajardo III went to be with our Lord Saturday January 4, 2020 at the age of 57. Reynaldo is survived by his wife; Renee Anita Guajardo together 43 years, married 40 years. Children; Reynaldo IV. (Yvonne), Janet (Alex), Jennifer (Mark). Grandchildren; Esperanza, Nikohlaus, Jason, Jakob, Claudia, Mark Jr., Giana, Isaiah, Elijah (Bear), Rayden. Mother; Dora C. Guajardo, Sisters; Doris & husband (Samuel), Elsa and husband (Rick), Eleanor. Brother; David and wife (Elizabeth). Numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts & uncles. He is preceded in death by his father Reynaldo G. Guajardo Jr. and wife Constance, Sister Elizabeth Guajardo and Paternal Grand Parents. A visitation will be held on Wednesday January 8, 2020 from 5:00pm to 9:00 pm with a Rosary to be recited at 7:00 pm at Funeraria Trevino Funeral Home, 226 cupples Rd. San Antonio Texas, 78237. A Mass of resurrection will be held Thursday January 9, 2020 at St. Jude Catholic Church at 10:00 a.m. followed by committal service at Resurrection Cemetery.

  • FAMILY

  • Renee Anita Guajardo together 43 years, married 40 years. Children; Reynaldo IV. (Yvonne), Janet (Alex), Jennifer (Mark). Grandchildren; Esperanza, Nikohlaus, Jason, Jakob, Claudia, Mark Jr., Giana, Isaiah, Elijah (Bear), Rayden. Mother; Dora C. Guajardo, Sisters; Doris & husband (Samuel), Elsa and husband (Rick), Eleanor. Brother; David and wife (Elizabeth). Numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts & uncles. He is preceded in death by his father Reynaldo G. Guajardo Jr. and wife Constance, Sister Elizabeth Guajardo and Paternal Grand Parents.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, January 8, 2020
  • Rosary Wednesday, January 8, 2020
  • Mass of the Resurrection Thursday, January 9, 2020
  • Interment Thursday, January 9, 2020

Memories

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Renee Anita Guajardo

January 15, 2020

My love, how much Love you I miss u , You Are always with me you have my heart in your hand And I have your heart , in my hands Know that I will be waiting for you , and one Day you and I will be reunited once again. When our Heavenly Father come for me. I love you more then you Know .always with me. Love you. Your wife Anita. 😪😪😪😪💞

Norberta Loredo

January 12, 2020

At a tender age of 17, Rey choose the same career as our Lord & Savior, carpentry. He would wake up early in the morning and walked to the bus stop, rain or shine whether it was cold or not, with a bucket full of tools to ride the bus to work. He learned from the best or the best my father, Chevo that being a carpenter was not an easy job. Rey then took on the responsibility of being a husband & father to the LOVE’s of his life my sister and his son, baby Ray.
Rey had a strong dark dominating personality that would scare the day lights out of anyone; but no matter how dark he may have been the light of his love always broke shined thru his heart when it came to the needs of his family. I recall a knock on my door at 2 o’clock in the morning, he went to my apartment to inform me about one of our family members accident; he could have simply called my cell phone to let me know, but his thoughts were greater than a simple call as he gracefully said, I came to take you to the hospital and assured me that everything would be fine, knowing that I would lose my mine during that difficult moment. One time my 2 year old son Joshua needed out-patient surgery, it was a minor procedure but Rey didn’t look at it that way he wanted to make sure Joshua was taken care of and offered to go with me to the procedure at 5 am in the morning, that was the kind of caring heart he had. The day my father passed away my son had an accident, across the street from our home, Rey safely carried my son off the drive-way to our home and waited until I got there. That was Rey caring for the ones he loved, as a father would for his own child.
I pray that my son-Joshua would one day grow up to be like his uncle Rey; even with ALL HIS FLAWS, a loving father and husband. I look forward to God’s promise that one day we will be reunited in heaven to cherish and love each other for eternity. It was comforting to know that (4) little angels sent by God comforted Rey along his journey. Peace is with

Jacob Maldonado

January 9, 2020

I remember meeting Ray for the first time at Gardner State park sitting around a bbq pit as he smoked a some deer and brisket. All of us sat up around the fire talking for the night, the next day he comes up to me and hands me this whole leg of deer and says “enjoy” , weather it was him laughing at me and Raoul as we slowly laid down laminate flooring to then watch him do what took us hours to do in only minutes or fishing on the beach he was always laughing and joking with us. On of my best trips to the beach was mid week cause he wanted to go and me Ray jr, Raoul and Ray all headed down and we caught more sharks that trip than any other I’ve been on. All i have is good memories of Ray. Glad I was able to spend time on the sand with him.

Oscar Almeida

January 8, 2020

Little ray is my cousin and always had a good relationship. During family functions we always had our fair share of beers and good times. God bless you primo and rest in peace.

Elizabeth Guajardo

January 6, 2020

Ray was a very strong built man, very generous with his wisdom. I will miss him dearly. He may be gone but never forgotten!😥

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