Jose G. Narvaez entered the presence of his Lord, July 25, 2020. He was born January 14, 1948 to Antonio and Benita G. Narvaez in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. Jose knew no stranger, everybody he met became his friend within minutes; he was known everywhere he went. Jose met and married the love of his life, Alicia. Together they started their family and embarked on their journey together. Jose was a hard worker always making sure everyone was taken care of. He worked for 35 years as the Harbor Manager at San Patricio Navigation District Marina. Jose loved the outdoors, especially BBQing for his family when he had the chance. He will always be remembered by his kindness and giving nature. You could always count on him being there for the big things and the small too. Jose is preceded in death by his daughter, Adriana Lujano and sisters, Petra M. Salinas and Hermila M. Laureano. Left to cherish his memory is his beloved wife of 52 years, Alicia S. Narvaez; son, Jorge (Rebecca) Narvaez; daughters, Nora A. Allen and Diana (Todd) Evans; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; three sisters; three brothers; and a host of extended family and friends. A viewing will be held Wednesday, July 29, 2020, 6pm to 8pm at Northwest Hills Christian Church (9560 Potranco Rd., 78251).

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  1. I have so many fun memories of the frequent visits and gatherings we had going to Tio Jose’s house as a kid. It seemed to be part of a weekly routine and we always looked forward to it. His home holds some of my best childhood memories cause it’s part of where I grew up alongside with his kids. It’s a season I will forever cherish. I remember having family members visit us from Mexico and we’d all head out to the beach with Tio and his family. Those were beautiful times we spent in harmony. When I was older I will never forget showing up with my parents to the Marina and Tio was big smiles as he approached us. That’s what I always remember, his smile always greeting us and we were just as happy to see him too. He was a strong family man of big respect and integrity. To me, this is the most treasured heirloom, all the sweet memories of family. We love you Tia Alicia, Jorge, Nora and Diana and we are with you in this moment. Until we meet again Tio and Adrianita, we love you always.

  2. Tía, primos, no saben como lamentamos esta pérdida tan grande, mi tío José Narvaez todo un señoron, se fue dejando huella… Y siempre lo recordaremos, siempre estará en nuestros corazones, y tía no está sola, ud sabe que cuenta con nosotros, con las viejas guatosas como nos decía mi tío el viejillo gruñón, Q. E. P. D. Por siempre y para siempre!!!! Los queremos mucho, y lamentamos no estar en este momento. On uds!! Ahora ya está descansando alegremente junto a Adriana!!

  3. My condolences and prayers to friends & family at this sad time. And to a man that enjoyed the friendship and love of many, may he now RIP. 😢

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