Juan G. Rincon, 71, went to be with the Lord on Monday morning, April 6th, 2020. Juan Rincon was born on May 27th, 1948 in San Antonio, Texas to Isabel and Elvira Rincon. Juan had many passions in life, but the greatest was his passion for carpentry. He was an avid artist, fisherman, and loved listening to KEDA. He is survived by his wife Olivia L. Rincon; sisters, Susie Lozano (Natalio), Adela Vitela (Dennis), Beatrice Gonzales (Pete) and Gloria Rincon (Jesse); three children, Barbara Corona (Jose), Elvira Guevara (Robert) and Teresa Rincon; eleven grandchildren, Jose Corona (Kelly), Corina Clark (Jake), Robert Guevara (Amber), Juan A Rincon, Joshua Guevara, Anselmo Casanova, Gabriela Guevara, Nicholas Casanova, Michael Corona, Matthew Casanova, Brianna Casanova and numerous great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He is proceeded in death by his parents Isabel Rincon and Elvira G. Rincon and two brothers, Jose and David Rincon.

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  1. Lost my uncle you will be missed won’t forget you. Take care of grandma and grandpa. Also want to send my condolences to our family sorry we can’t be there with y’all with this virus going a it around. Love you Uncle wish we can get together more as a family like we used to.

  2. Words are not enough to express the deep hurt I have during this time. I wish things were different so our family could be there for one another right now, to my family know that I love you all and I am praying for everyone during the loss of Tio. Tio I will always love and miss you dearly. Love, The Ramirez Family (Jenn, Ozzie, Eliana and Malorie)

  3. Psalms 147: 3 says “He heals the broken-hearted and bandages their wounds.” We love you tio, and you will be missed dearly, it hurts to see you go but you are with the lord himself and the family you left behind you, will be okay, god will watch over them, Say hi to everyone up there for us. You told me and Mal to never give up on Art, She has gotten so much better, you’d be proud, we definitely wont give up, we love you and may you rest easy tio – Eliana & Malorie

  4. My deepest condolences to family and friends. Your loss is felt deep. I am glad I could share in a part of his life. May God bless each of you.

  5. My deepest condolences to all the Rincon family. Praying God will bring strength, comfort and peace. Praying for Olivia, Barbara, Elvira, Teresa and all grandchildren and great grandchildren. God bless you.

  6. Tio, I’m going to miss you deeply. You reminded me of my father so much that your loss is like reliving the loss of my father. I pray that God will welcome you into his kingdom and you can spend eternity with all of our family that has preceded you in death. Thank you, Tio, for being a part of my life. Thank you for being a big brother to my dad. You’re going to be deeply missed. Rest in peace.

  7. Today’s gonna be so hard for me but I know that I can trust in God promise that he will pull me through I’m gonna miss you Daddy so so much 😘🥰 till we see each other in heaven🙏🏼 Love B.B

  8. My Condolences to The Rincon Family. I will Be Praying for you Tia Adela & your Family-Your Sister’s also. May Perpetual Light Shine Upon Him. May he Rest In Peace. Sylvia(Leos)Morales

  9. Tío my heart aches knowing you are not here with us anymore. You will always live on in our hearts. I have so many memories of you that bring a smile to my face thinking of all the times we had together and at the same time it also brings a tear to my eye knowing we won’t make new memories. We are so grateful for the time we had with you. I’m also so blessed you were able to be a part of Preslie’s life. We love you so deeply and will miss you so very much. May God guide our family through this loss. May you rest in peace Tio. Loving you forever and always, Angel Vitela and Preslie Rossell

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