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Francisco "Jefe" Aguero

francisco aguero

January 6, 1945 ~ June 9, 2022

Born in: Pearsall, Texas
Resided in: Pearsall, Texas

Francisco “Jefe” Aguero Jr. was born in Pearsall, Texas to parents Francisco Aguero Sr. and Nestora Salas Rodriguez on January 6, 1945. He entered eternal rest on June 9, 2022 at the age of 77.

He was a farm manager for all of his adult life and was at his best any day he could be on the farm working with his men and the produce they were cultivating. Francisco loved family, fishing, gardening and garage sales. He was a devoted fan of the Dallas Cowboys and loved to watch sports on tv and live. He was loyal to his morning routine of coffee and breakfast with his friends at Garcia’s Café where he was known as the “coffee drinker” because of his endless refills.

Left to cherish his memory are the mother of his sons, and lifelong friend, Mary Lou Aguero; sons, Francisco Aguero III (wife Julie), Joe Aguero (wife Alex); sisters Maria Villareal (husband Simon), Yolanda Rodriguez Martinez (husband Primotivo); niece Diamantina Pedroza (husband Greg); nephew Gilbert Villarreal; extended family Esther and Mike Chacon; grandchildren Ashley (husband Joey), Joe Jr., Jacob (wife Alexus), Francisco IV (wife Daphne); and great grandchildren Francisco (V), Akenacee, Houston, Oakland, Mateo, and Alaina; longtime friends Mark Lynch and Joe Carroll. Francisco is preceded in death by both parents.

Jefe leaves behind a legacy that will not soon be forgotten. He will be missed dearly by those who called him family and knew him as a friend.

Services are as follows:

June 25th 9 a.m. Rosary 10 a.m. Mass 11 a.m. Burial Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish 422 W. Brazos Street, Pearsall, Tx.


Service: June 25, 2022 9:00 am

Room: Parish

Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church
422 W Brazos St
Pearsall, TX United States


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  1. CandleImageSincerest sympathy to the Aguero family. I’ve known Frank since I was a baby, he has always been a part of my life. As Daddy’s right hand man he was a mentor to me, he taught me so much about farming and all that comes with it. There are so many memories that I could go on and on but for now I want to say that his passing will be hard felt by so many and my heart hurts for everyone. Rest in peace my dear old friend, you will be truly missed.

  2. Frank we are going to miss you. You were here everyday at the store Wal-Mart. And when you drop-off your refills you would always say “laters” You were truly a wonderful and hardworking man. It was an honoured in having the pleasure in meeting you. You are truly going to be missed May you rest in peace.

  3. My deepest sympathies go out to the Aguero family. May God give you the peace that you seek. May my condolences bring you comfort and may my prayers ease the pain of your loss. I offer you my thoughts, prayers and well-wishes during this dark time in your life.

  4. We lived next door to Frank and Mary Lou in Pearsall…I will never forget walking next door any time and getting a fresh, hot tortilla!! My Grandaddy and daddy have always held Frank in very high respects, he will be greatly missed by many. Prayers of comfort to all the family.
    My condolences,
    Jessica Carroll

  5. So sad to hear the loss of my brother Frank. My sincere condolences go out to the Aguero family and my sister Maria Villarreal. I feel sad that my brother and I never got to know each other. But I can honestly say one thing I will always remember is his smile. That smile would glow a whole room when he walked in. RIP brother. Gone but will never be forgotten your sister ❤️ Yolanda Martinez

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