Ernesto Jr. Medina passed away on November 19, 2019, at the age of 29. He was born September 21, 1990, to Ernesto Sr. Medina and Angelita Chavez in San Antonio, Texas. “Jr” as he was called by family, enjoyed Violin, ROTC, and Gaming. He was an Honor student and met the National Honors book. He graduated from Thomas Clark High School (South San) and attended Northwest Vista College (studying criminal justice). Jr was always a good listener; he was continuously there listening and counseling people that were struggling in any areas of their life. He was also very caring and forgiving and was there for his family and close friends or anyone in need. He filled your heart with hope and joy with his smile. A beautiful soul is gone but will never be forgotten for all the wonderful things he has done in his life on earth. He is preceded in death by his aunt, Jesusa Anna Chavez. Left to cherish his memory are his parents, Ernesto Sr Medina and Angelita Chavez; grandparents, Jesus G. and Roberta Chavez, Rita and Guadalupe Rayos, and Coca Medina; siblings, Kimberly Ann Medina, Christopher Luis Medina, Joseph Isaac  Chavez, and Amy Medina; nieces and nephews, Eleanor Medina, Joseph Isaac Jr. Chavez and Christopher Luis Medina II; uncles,  Manuel Salazar, Michael Salazar, Robert Salazar, Jesus Chavez lll, Manuel Medina, and Fernando Medina; aunts, Naomi Curtis, Monica Chavez, Daisy Chavez, Patricia Medina, and Virginia Medina; many thanks to his cousins that were more like sisters to him: Elsa Medina, Priscilla Medina and Gina Medina, numerous cousins, extended family, and many lifelong friends.          The family would also like to acknowledge and honor Haven for Hope for all the wonderful assistance and guidance they provided for Ernest Medina Jr. from 2015 to 2019. It was like his second family.

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  1. To my cousin Ernesto Jr Medina we love 💖you always be in my memories and in my heart miss you love you from Earth to heaven 🙏🙏🙏 and now you are in a better peaceful home 💔rest in peace 🙏

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