Joseph Anthony Flores went to be with our Lord on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. Preceded in death by parents Jesus (Frank) Flores and Lucy Ortiz Flores. Joe retired from IPAC Auto Dealership after many years of hard work and dedicated service. A graduate of Sam Houston High School. Joe love to play baseball and played on several leagues. He was a BBQ and Grill master and loved to BBQ for his family and friends. Joe leaves behind his son, Johnathan A. Flores; Sister, Diana (Flores) Palacios and her husband Raul Palacios; Brothers, Michael Flores and his wife Salee, Martin Flores; Nephews, Michael Flores II, Eric Palacios and Andrew Palacios; Niece, Samantha Flores. Numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and friends.

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  1. My brother my heart weights so heavy. I am gonna miss you. I will always treasure the memories of us growing up together and all the times we shared. You in a better place with Mom and Dad who will guide you to the path in heaven. I love you, my Joe. Love you always and forever. Your sister Diane

  2. I met Joe through my husband. We crossed paths again when Iwent to work at IPAC. I will always remember him for the kind person he was . Everytime he saw me he would say “ Hi Ms. G. You will live forever in our memories. Our deepest condolences to the family. RIP Joe Ruben & Teresa Garcia

  3. My brother was so kind, always there for me and others. My heart hurts now, but I know you are with the Lord, no more suffering. We love you, brother Mike and family

  4. Uncle Joe I will miss your sense of humor. From as long as I can remember you always called me “chicken legs” or “hamburger” and it made me feel special. You got the whole family to joke about movies or good times and we really needed someone like that. I won’t forget the Disney world trip we took 10 years ago or helping out doing inventory at Nissan. It hurts that you are gone too soon but I will miss you.

  5. I’m so sorry Diana. Prayers being lifted for you and your family. Fond childhood memories. RIP Joe.

  6. (Joseph Anthony Flores) better known as Joe to all but to me he is known as (Cuz) I am sadden that you left us to soon, I want to thank you for the talks, the laughter and an ear and the best BBQ ever. I can’t promise not to cry, but I can promise to remember you awesome smile and memories we have made thru the years. I love you Cuz till we meet again, dance with aunt Lucy(Your mom) and play music with (Your dad) miss you lots.

  7. Our parents were the best of friends growing up so our families were close and spent many summers together at the lake. Joe had the best sense of humor and a great smile to go with it. No doubt you will be missed. May you Rest In Peace and in heaven alongside our parents. Love, prayers and condolences to Diana, Michael, Martin and family. Love Frank & Cindy Edwards

  8. Joe had a great since of humor always making someone laugh by telling jokes. When we had family get togethers on special occasions he was always grilling our food and yes he was a very good cook! Sad to say I was already missing him before he past away because I didn’t get to see him this pasted Easter due to him being sick. Joe I very sad that you were called home so early. But at the same time I wouldn’t want you here in pain. So, Im not going to saying goodbye! Im going to say till we meet again. Love you always your cousin Lou Ann Paiz.

  9. I am deeply saddened. May you RIP my good friend, you were one of the best people I know with a heart of gold and always knew how to make someone smile.

  10. I worked with Joe for many years at the old Honda store, we never did much after work but as in most jobs you see your fellow workers more than family sometimes. So Joe was part of my family . a great guy , I don’t remember him ever complaining. I will miss him, I am sure anyone that knew him will miss him. God be with you Joe Gabriel Pedroza

  11. Oh my, a favorite memory??? But there were so many!!! Joe was one the sweetest guys around. He was always honest with me and felt like a BIG brother instead of a younger. (2 years younger than me) So sadden by the news of his passing but I have to believe God has bigger and better plans. RIP, my dear friend! And Diana, the BIGGEST hug and so much love to you!

  12. I want to send my deepest heartfelt condolences for your loss. Joe was the funniest person always telling jokes and making everyone laugh.I’ll miss our brief conversations filled with laughter . RIP my parts Boo

  13. My deepest condolences to Diane, Mike and Marty, I along with our family and friends grieve with you, such a big loss. Joe brought so much love and joy to all of our family gatherings, he has touched so many people, especially me. I know you are walking the Streets of Gold now along side our departed family members, probably already prepared a big BBQ for everyone. Joe thank you for being so awesome, always laughing and smiling you will never be forgotten, till we meet again cousin. Cynthia Sanchez-Siemens

  14. Deepest condolences to the family. Joe was my first high school sweetheart (freshman year.) My prayers are with you!

  15. Thank you all for being there for Joe, family, friends, neighbors, the standing ovation was a nice gesture for this good man. Brother Mike

  16. My brother in law Joe, I thank you for all you’ve done for Michael and I. With out your generosity and kindness we would not have made it from the start. You always snapped us back into shape when we would stray from our path. You always put us first I’m so sorry for failing you. I will do my best for Johnathon if he will let me. Please Joe forgive me but put in a good word to our lord Jesus and the Father for us all and watch over us for you are now a true guardian especially those who needs you the most. Say hi to grandma and grandpa, I will do my best here until we meet again. I love you brother. 😘

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