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Maximiliano "Max" Cancino Jr.

August 8, 1947October 25, 2020
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Maximiliano "Max" Cancino Jr., age 73, of Weslaco, Texas passed away on Sunday, October 25, 2020. "Max" was born August 8, 1947 to Felicitas Oyervides Cancino and Maximiliano Cancino Sr..

"Max" is survived by his wife, Maria O. Cancino; daughter Norma L. Valdez (David); son Jesus "Jesse" A. Cancino; daughter Maxine M. Rodriguez (Jaime); and son Joe Alex Cancino (Meagan); sister Maria Del Rosario "Rosie" Cantu (Ernesto Cantu), brother Norberto Cancino Sr. and brother Francisco Cancino Sr. (Delma Cancino); grandson David Lee Valdez (Elizabeth), granddaughter Jennifer Renee Valdez (Bradley Parks), granddaughter Nicole Leanne Valdez (Brandon Caletz), grandson Jonathan Ray Cancino (Cassandra Losoya), granddaughter Clarissa Nicole Rodriguez (Carlos Cuellar), granddaughter Bianca Denise Rodriguez, grandson Jaime Javier Rodriguez Jr., grandson Joshua Ethan Rodriguez, granddaughter Victoria Alexis Cancino (Vu Nguyen), grandson Seth Anthony Cancino, grandson Aron Alejandro Cancino, granddaughter Alexa Caitlyn Cancino, granddaughter Maxine Lola Cancino, granddaughter Marli Leanne Cancino, great-granddaughter Cameron Elizabeth Valdez, great-grandson Luke Dylan Valdez, great-grandson Kenneth Losoya Cancino, great-grandson Kai Xavier Cancino, great-granddaughter Carlissa Marie Cuellar, great-grandson Charles Calixto Cuellar and many loving Nieces and Nephews.

"Max" was preceded in death by father Maximiliano Cancino Sr. and mother Felicitas Oyervides Cancino; brother Hernan Cancino Sr.; brother Juan Jose Cancino and sister Asuncion Cancino Puente.

Visitation Services for "Max" will be held Wednesday, October 28, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM with a Rosary at 7:00 PM at Funeraria Del Angel Highland Funeral Home located at 6705 N FM 88 in Weslaco, Texas. A Chapel Service will be held Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 10:00 AM followed with the Interment at Highland Memorial Park in Weslaco, Texas.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.funerariadelangelhighland.com for the Cancino family.

  • FAMILY

  • Maria O. Cancino, Wife
  • Norma L. Valdez (David), Daughter
  • Jesus "Jesse" A. Cancino, Son
  • Maxine M. Rodriguez (Jaime), Daughter
  • Joe Alex Cancino (Meagan), Son
  • David Lee Valdez (Elizabeth), Grandson
  • Jennifer Renee Valdez (Bradley Parks), Granddaughter
  • Nicole Leanne Valdez (Brandon Caletz), Granddaughter
  • Jonathan Ray Cancino (Cassandra Losoya), Grandson
  • Clarissa Nicole Rodriguez (Carlos Cuellar), Granddaughter
  • Bianca Denise Rodriguez, Granddaughter
  • Jaime Javier Rodriguez Jr., Grandson
  • Joshua Ethan Rodriguez, Grandson
  • Victoria Alexis Cancino (Vu Nguyen), Granddaughter
  • Seth Anthony Cancino, Grandson
  • Aron Alejandro Cancino, Grandson
  • Alexa Caitlyn Cancino, Granddaughter
  • Maxine Lola Cancino, Granddaughter
  • Marli Leanne Cancino, Granddaughter
  • Cameron Elizabeth Valdez, Great-Granddaughter
  • Luke Dylan Valdez, Great-Grandson
  • Kenneth Losoya Cancino, Great-Grandson
  • Kai Xavier Cancino, Great-Grandson
  • Carlissa Marie Cuellar, Great-Granddaughter
  • Charles Calixto Cuellar, Great-Grandson
  • Maximiliano Cancino Sr., Father (deceased)
  • Felicitas Oyervides Cancino, Mother (deceased)
  • Hernan Cancino Sr., Brother (deceased)
  • Juan Jose Cancino, Brother (deceased)
  • Asuncion Cancino Puente, Sister (deceased)
  • Maria Del Rosario "Rosie" Cantu (Ernesto Cantu), Sister
  • Norberto Cancino Sr., Brother
  • Francisco Cancino Sr. (Delma Cancino), Brother
  • Nieces and Nephews, Many Loving

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  • Visitation

    Wednesday, October 28, 2020

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    Wednesday, October 28, 2020

  • Chapel Service

    Thursday, October 29, 2020

  • Interment

    Thursday, October 29, 2020

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Nicole Valdez

October 31, 2020

My sweet grandpa Max,
There are no words to describe the deep void I feel in my heart without you here on this Earth. I have many memories with you and for that I am so thankful. A few of my favorites include our infamous Michigan trip, sharing cookies with you at the ranch, being the "technician" for when you needed the volume or TV channel changed, watching spaghetti westerns with you, your big recliner chair that i loved to sit on, and you always saying "thank you, nic" whenever I walked in the room. As a kid, I always thought, "why is he thanking me?" But now that you are no longer with us, I wish I could hear it one more time. Thank you for your sacrifices, grandpa. I know I made you proud!

Jennifer "Jane" Valdez

October 30, 2020

I hold many memories of you, Grandpa Max, dear to my heart. What I will always cherish are the numerous road trips you and Grandma Odie took my siblings, my cousins and me on over the years. From San Antonio to see the Alamo, to Corpus Christi to see the USS Lexington and Selena's statue. Our trip to Michigan is one of my most cherished memories. We faced navigation challenges and learned to be piled up on eachother as a family in that minivan. We saw so many beautiful sights on that trip and made so many wonderful (and hilarious!) memories. You always loved road trips. Now as I continue on my life without you, I honor your wanderlust and thirst for adventure and far off places through my love for travel as I make my life on my school bus home. You will be oft discussed and honored on that bus. We miss you but you are not far from me. You have a home in my heart and head forever, Grandpa. See you on the road!
With love,
JANE

Frankie Cancino

October 29, 2020

I was fortunate to spend a lot time with my Tio Max in my teenage years. I have many wonderful memories of my time with him. I especially enjoyed having coffee with him in the kitchen at the ranch and listening to all of his stories. I am grateful that he was always willing to share his wisdom with me that I carry with me every day. He taught me how to be mechanically inclined and have a good work ethic but most importantly, he taught me how to be a gentlemen...thank you Tio Max. I will always carry you in my heart.
Love,
Fonkeys el Monkeys

Pam Gomez Puente

October 28, 2020

My favorite memory of my Tio Max is when he took me, Maxine & our friend Andrea camping at SPI. To this day when I hear the song “Fishin’ in the dark” I remember our camping trip! Love you Tio & thank you for the wonderful memory!

Bianca Rodriguez

October 27, 2020

A cherished memory I have of my sweet grandpa is every time when he would drop me off at day care he would sing to me “Bianca Bianca Bianca, what’s your favorite color?” And I would sing it back to him when asking his favorite color, which was always blue. 💙

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