Josephine “Josie” Ortiz Nunez

 

Josephine “Josie” Ortiz Nunez, Age 68 of Kenedy, TX passed away on Monday June 3, 2019 in Kenedy, TX. She was born on Jan. 1, 1951 in Yorktown, TX to the late Joe, Sr. and Maria Garcia Ortiz.  She married Adam Nunez on Jan. 24, 1976 in Yorktown.  Josephine retired as a Medication Aide for Greens Nursing Home; was a loving Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister and a devout member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church.  Josephine is preceded in death by her parents, Joe, Sr. and Maria Garcia Ortiz.  Josephine is survived by her husband, Adam M. Nunez of Kenedy; daughters, Amy Nunez Lane and companion Luis Gonzalez of Kenedy, Ashley Nunez and companion Robert Garcia of Kenedy; son, Adam Joseph Nunez of Kenedy; sisters, Alicia Perez and Husband Rudy of Yorktown, Esther Corpus and Husband Tony of Yorktown, Irma Ortiz  of Yorktown, Yolanda Wollerman and husband Shaun of Alpine, TX; Half-sister Amber Ortiz of Kirby, TX; brothers, Pete Ortiz and wife Sylvia of Cuero, Johnny Ortiz of Yorktown, Joe Ortiz, Jr. and wife Esmeralda of Yorktown, Ricky Ortiz  and wife Cheryl of Yorktown, Michael Ortiz of Yorktown;  grandchildren, Daryan Moreno, Joseph Lane, Joslyn Lane, Daniel Gonzales, Nina Garcia, Hope Nunez, Adam Joseph Nunez, Jr., Faith Nunez, Miranda Nunez and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.

A Holy Rosary will be recited Thursday, June 6, 2019 at 7PM in the Eckols Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Friday, June 7, 2019 at 10 AM at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church with the Rev. Norbert Hermann officiating.  Interment will follow in the San Luis Cemetery in Yorktown, TX.

Serving as Pallbearers will be Randy Corpus, Keary Perez, Russell Ortiz, J.R. Perez, Kalvin Corpus, Matthew Ortiz and Daryan Moreno.

6 Memory Tributes for “Josephine “Josie” Ortiz Nunez”

  • Melba Young

    Josie was the young lady in my classroom you seldom heard from, but her kind glowing smile could light a room. I know she was an exceptional sister, mom, and grandmother. Please know you have my utmost and sincere sympathy.

    Author's City: West Point
  • John Koopmann

    So sorry to hear about Josephine. Memories take me back to our school days spent together so many years ago. Seems like yesterday and yet here we are; closer to the end than the beginning. Josephine now begins her next journey.
    Strength to the Nunez and Ortiz families as they experience the stages of grief. May it not take too long to reach peace and understanding over your loss.

    Author's City: Austin Tx
  • Ashley

    I ❤️ u Mom!

    Author's City: Humble
  • Cheryl Schwab

    Prayers and Condolences for the Ortiz/Nunez families. May the memories you shared bring you comfort as you go through this trying time.

    Author's City: Yorktown Texas
  • Rebecca Villarreal

    She was the best person I knew that was a true example of Jesus’ heart. Thank you Mom for being so kind and loving to me and always checking in on us. We love you so much: yesterday, today and tomorrow.

    Author's City: San Antonio
  • Jackie Wishert

    Josie was a beautiful lady, inside and out. She took excellent care of our mother for several years, and I know she took care of her as well as she would have her own mother. She was always smiling and happy when I encountered her, and even in her illness maintained a happy attitude. She continued to stop by to visit my mother once in a while, and my mother and our family appreciated that and enjoyed those visits. She was always a ray of sunshine in my life, and she will always be remembered. I know she is in heaven and no longer having any pain or worries, and I hope to see her there one day!

    Author's City: San Antonio Karnes City