Antonio Francisco Alvarez

December 4, 1939April 4, 2021

Antonio Francisco Alvarez, age 81, of Nassau Bay, Texas passed away peacefully on Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021. Antonio was born in Mexico City, Mexico on December 04, 1939 to Angel Soto Alvarez and Ola del Valle. He moved to Lake Charles, Louisiana when he was 10 years old to continue his education. In 1972, he moved to the Houston area with his wife and family where he owned a business selling & exporting industrial, petro-chemical supplies to customers in Mexico & South America. He loved hunting and fishing and taking his grandchildren on long summer vacations in his motor home.

He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Myrna Hebert Alvarez; and his son Antonio F Alvarez and wife Barbara Hasara Alvarez; granddaughter Brittany Alvarez Shaffer and husband Austin Shaffer & grandson Antonio F Alvarez (Tee) all of Austin, Texas and one sister Maria Alvarez of Tampico, Mexico. His nieces and nephews, who were an integral & much loved part of his life as follows: Edie Powell - Lori Hobbs - Tina Sellers - Myra Demahy - Kevin Haney - Debbie Loftus - Craig Hebert - Becky Hebert - Patti Cryer - Scott Hebert - Bruce Hebert - Clayton Hebert - Candace Hebert - Jim McClellan - Sheron McClellan - David McClellan - Steve McClellan.

We will always remember & forever be thankful for the kindness & support of the hospice angels Amy, Sunshine & Ivette.

He was preceded in death by his parents Angel & Ola & his much beloved daughter, Angela Alvarez Jenner.


17 April

Graveside Service

2:00 pm

Forest Park East Funeral Home and Cemetery

21620 Gulf Freeway
Webster, Texas 77598


Antonio Francisco Alvarez

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Marian Scott

April 11, 2021

Great person and friend. We are so sorry he is gone .

Tom Long

April 11, 2021

There are too many for me to type. But I will remember everyone of them and will cherish those memories till I am remembered. Love you Texas Momma.

William Henry

April 9, 2021

I have good memories of when we were in school. Will pray for his family.

Carmen Helm

April 7, 2021

I cannot event begin to cover all my memories with this special soul. He was a rock and a teddy bear all at the same time. He was a great example of a man, friend, father and husband. I could feel is love for me and he is an enormous part of who I am. I carry him with me always. Love you so very much and will see you again. You and your daughter are together at last. Carmen