On Wednesday August 12, 2020 Alfonso Reyes, loving husband, father, grandfather and brother passed away at the age of 74. Alfonso was born in San Antonio , Texas to Basilio and Maria Reyes. Alfonso was married for 50 years to Evangeline Reyes they raised 3 children together. Alfonso worked for over 35 yrs. as an Electro Plater at Turbine Support and at Dee Howard. After retirement he had more time for his passion of Metal Art. He would spend hours in his garage welding and doing repair work for people or just for fun creating metal pieces of art. He was always told he could make money from his creations but he usually gave away his creations as gifts. Alfonso was known for his quick wit and sense of humor. He also had a kind heart and compassionate spirit. He is preceded in death by his parents Basilio and Maria Reyes. He is survived by his wife Evangeline, children Monica, Martin, Mario (Jessica) and 7 Grandchildren Joseph (Vestiny), Paul, Victoria, Madalynn, Julius, Evangeline and Angelina and Brothers Basilio Reyes Jr.(Elida), Ralph Reyes (Maria), Ruben Reyes and Sisters Grace R. Paredez (Ray) and Veronica Ramirez (Sal) and numerous nieces and nephews. He will be joining his brothers Gregory, Anthony and sisters Mary and Hortencia in Heaven and Eternal Peace.

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  1. Uncle Alfonso. I will Cherish the Memories and hold them forever in my Heart. Sending My Condolences and Prayers to My Aunt Vangie and My Cousins Monica, Martin and Mario.
    I love you all.
    Mary Frances Reyes

  2. My memories with Mr. Reyes were amazing he was a strong wonderful husband and dad to his family the way I remember him is Thru my ex husband Saul and how he was a great uncle to him brought me smiles to watch them together my ex husband lost his dad and uncle keep him focused. My condolences to the Reyes family with love Bachie

  3. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss… Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time .

  4. I always remember Uncle “Pompe” as a strong, honest, hard worker. I always remember being welcomed in his home anytime. He gave pointers on what to look for in the BIG boxing matches and it was usually true. He always had a deep voice and intimidating physical appearance but was always willing to help you anytime.

  5. Sending My Prayers, My Heartfelt Condolences and Sympathy. Uncle Alfonso will remain in our hearts forever.

  6. Vague, I’m so sorry to hear of Alfonso’s passing. I read his obituary and it brought a smile to my face because I remembered when he gave me one of his beautiful rings he had welded. He was very kind and Heaven has gained a beautiful soul. I’m praying for you and Mario, Monica and Martin. Love Always, Danah (Tavitas)

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