June 11, 1928 ~ November 17, 2005
Alfred Castillo Sr. born on June 11, 1928 has gone peacefully in to his new life with the Lord on November 17, 2005 at the age of 77. He will be greatly missed by his surviving wife of 52 years, Bertha Castillo. He was a loving father to his children; Bertha Ramon(Roger), JoAnn Miller, Terri Carmona(Frankie), Rick Castillo(Julie), Freddie Castillo & Chris Castillo(Julie). He also leaves behind a sister, Anita Vaca and a brother, George Vidal, 8 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
Dad, I love you and will miss you dearly! I know you’re on the golf course in heaven right now!!!
Our sincere heartful condolences to the Castillo family on your recent death of your husband/father/grandfather, Mr. Alfred Castillo. I know that there are no words that can adequately describe the sorrow and lonleiness the family is experiencing. Even though I never had the honor of meeting Mr. Alfred Castillo, I can testify that he was a hard working, honest, decent, and virtuous man who enjoyed life to its fullest. I have experience this testimony by having the previlege of working beside his son, Rick Castillo, and under the supervision of his daughter, Chris Castillo. May God bestow his blessing on Alfred Castillo’s family. Larry Garcia 215 Gayle SAT 78223
Dad, Julie, Lyndsey, Erik and myself will miss you dearly, I got a feeling your having a few cold ones with your old buddies down on the 18th hole.
My deepest condolences to you and your family. My prayers are with all of you. Your cousin Connie Garza Martinez and from all the Valdez Family and from my sister Mary Linda Gil Delgado.
Daddy, I miss you so much and i love you more than you’ll ever know. I know you’re up there right now with all the old gang from “Wolff’s” joking, laughing and having a great time. We’ll be okay and i promise we’ll take care of Mom. Get some rest now….and i’ll see you again some day.
May our lords angels safeguard you and deliver you to a place where you can finaly rest and be in good hands now,till we all one day meet again and welcome each other with open arms[see you at the cross roads. To you with love!
My dearest Dad, Now you are resting and at peace and in a much better place than we are. I know you will be watching over us and guiding us thru hard times. Don’t worry, we will take care of mom for you and in years to come you will be together again with the love of your life! Love you!!!!!
Dad, Don’t worry about Freddie, we will make sure he pays mom back what was owed to you, and then some. He!He!He! The bank is now closed!
dear castillo family, i was very sadden by the loss of a very special person in my life. i had the privilige of knowing and being part of your dad’s life,as i feel priviliged of being part of your lives. i am here for all of you in any way i can help you deal with such a great loss,since i’ve been in your shoes. it does get easier with time,when you feel sad remember dad is in a better place than we are.