Armando Guerrero Aguirre

Armando Guerrero Aguirre, of Kenedy, TX, age 81, passed away on February 5, 2020 in San Antonio, TX. Armando was born in Maxwell, TX October 21, 1938 to Francisco and Carolina Guerrero Aguirre. Armando was a U. S. Army veteran and a member of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church. He married Grace Holland on Jan. 20, 1962 in Kenedy, TX and she preceded him in death March 4, 2017. He worked for UPS delivering, and worked in the Petro Chemical Construction. He is survived by his son, Gino (Deborah) Aguirre of San Antonio, TX, Dennis (Laura) Aguirre of Houston, TX and John (Mary Alice) Aguirre of Kendy,TX; sisters: Rebecca Rodriguez and Belia Moran; grandchildren: Allyson Aguirre, Andrew Aguirre, Hank Anderson Aguirre, Hayley Blomquist, and Emily Blomquist; great grandson: Sebastian Aguirre; and siters: Rebecca Rodriguez of San Angelo and Belia Moran of San Antonio an other relatives. Visitation will be held on Sunday, February 9, 2020 from 12:00p.m. to 9:00p.m. with a Rosary to be recited at 7:00p.m. at Eckols Chapel. Funeral Services Monday, February 10, 2020 at 10:00a.m. at Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church with interment in Loma Alta Cemetery. Pallbearers: Larry Aguirre, Ronnie Aguirre, Jimmy (Bo) Cantu, Raulito Garcia, Matthew Martinez and Danny Hinojosa.

5 Memory Tributes for “Armando Guerrero Aguirre”

  • Rene Ramirez

    Rest in eternal peace.

    Author's City: Lake Jackson
  • Tommy&Holly Monk&Family

    First class gentleman who always had a smile, a good laugh, and great attitude on life. Thank you for all the doves hunts on the ranch, the hunting stories and memories. Raised a wonderful family.

    Author's City: BELLVILLE
  • Danny O'Balle

    Gloria, Ricky,Tila Sorry for your Loss He was a good husband, father uncle. Mr. Puente will be missed.

    Author's City: Kenedy
  • Leticia Delgado

    Our Deepest Sympathies. Your dad will always hold a Special place in my Heart. I will always remember him as always being quite CHARMING, AND VERY WELL DRESSED. Ya’ll ‘s dad always took Great Pride in looking SHARP all of the time.

    Author's City: BAYTOWN
  • Vikki Rogers

    To the Aguirre Family I am so sorry for your loss. To our good friends Gino and Deborah remember the dark clouds will always give way to sunshine. Thinking of you both. Vikki and David

    Author's City: La Vernia TX