"El Toe" Antonio Lopez was born January 5, 1952 in San Antonio, Texas, to Adela DeLeon Lopez and Ernesto "Neno" Lopez and now joins brothers in the home, where someday, we will all meet again. A journey from the poor side of town, yet closer to home. Tony was fortunate to grow up when grooving was grooving. He loved music. Then came the Beatles and Rolling Stones with their British Invasion and Love & Peace Revolution. A Day in the Life and Time Waits for No One...Now hes Knocking on Heavens Door. Imagine peace. El Toe was an avid reader who was mostly interested in Biography and Documentaries. Comedies were his favorite because he believed that laughter was the medication to the soul. He also loved to jog, do push-ups, sit-ups and jump rope, just like the professionals do. His favorite place was Woodlawn Lake. Antonio is preceded in death by his father Ernesto "Neno" Lopez and brothers Eugene Lopez, Jose Ernesto Lopez "El Perico", Danny Lopez and Victor "Coy" Garcia, all whom are there to welcome him home. He is survived by his mother Adela Lopez; children, Anthony Lopez, Roseann Lopez, Michael Lopez, Rene Lopez, Cynthia Martinez Ruiz, Denise Martinez, Adela Lopez Garza, Victor Garza, Michell Lopez Lara, Tony Lopez and Maria Lopez; sister, Terry Lopez (Chale), Lori (Lance); brother, Richard Lopez (Celia), Roy Lopez (Minnie), Alfonso Lopez, Robert Lopez and Ernest (Bucky) Lopez. In Addition, numerous cousins from San Antonio, Arizona and California; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and hundreds of friends. A day In The Life I read the news today, oh boy... Abut a lucky man who made the grade; He blew his mind out in a car; He didn't notice that the lights had changed; The Beatles

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  1. Uncle Tone you will be missed so much. I wish that I could be there, but know that I love you and am so devastated by your death. I would give anything to see you one more time…

  2. We miss you so much tio you were the greatest uncle in the world you were just my uncle you were like a father I never had I miss you so much!!

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