Alberto Pena

July 11, 1945 - May 15, 2018
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John 14:27

 

On Tuesday, May 15th, Alberto Peña was called to be with our Lord. Family was the most important thing to Mr. Peña and it was family that surrounded him during his last days. Alberto was a man who wore many hats and was deeply loved by those who knew him. He was a son, husband, father, grandfather, uncle, friend, and confidant.

Alberto was born on July 11, 1945.  Mr. Peña was a Veteran of the United States Navy.  He proudly fought and served his country. Alberto married the love of his life, Hilda Leal Peña, shortly after retiring from the Navy. Together they raised three loving children.  He worked at Mercy Hospital as an RN for many years, and retired in 1996 to care for his two wonderful grandchildren.

Alberto was preceded by death by his parents, Antonio Peña and Manuela Hernandez Peña as well as others.

He is survived by his wife, Hilda Peña; Children, Antonio Peña,  Mayra Peña and Marcia (Arturo) Martinez; Granddaughters, Carolina and Victoria Solis. Mr. Peña is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews other relatives and friends.  He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

The family will receive guests Thursday, May 17, 2018, from 8:00 am at 12:30 pm.  A prayer service will be held at 12:30pm officiated by Humberto Rodriguez.  Full military honors will be provided by the US Navy and the American Legion Post 59.  Interment will follow in the Veteran’s Section of the Laredo City Cemetery.

 

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Date: Thursday, May 17, 2018

Time: 8:00 am - 12:30 pm

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Laredo, Texas 78041


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Born: July 11, 1945
Died: May 15, 2018

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Lourdes Viloria posted on 5/18/18

Dear Mayra, One is never prepared to say good-bye. I am with you and your family in this time of sorrow. May your father rest in peace. Sincerely, Lourdes

 

Gaby posted on 5/18/18

Sentimos mucho la pérdida de su ser querido por eso queremos compartir con ustedes el consuelo que Dios nos da mediante las escrituras. Por ejemplo en Revelación o Apocalipsis 21:4 dice que “Dios limpiara toda lagrima de los ojos y la muerte no será más, ni existira ya mas lamento ni clamor ni dolor”. Hechos 24:15 habla de “una resurrección”. Entonces podemos ver que Jehova Dios muy pronto acabara con toda la maldad y el sufrimiento, ademas nos dice que tiene el deseo de devolverles la vida a nuestros seres queridos que hayan muerto.

 

Edmundo Conchas Jr posted on 5/18/18

Please accept our deepest condolences for the loss to your family. We met in Nuevo Laredo late in 1965 as a result of joining the Navy together, and spent the next three years sharing the experiences as shipmates during basic training, and two overseas cruises in the USS JASON (AR-8). We often depended on each other to get through difficult times. Life went on after our return to Nuevo Laredo and we lost track of each other. In between cruises during 1966 thru 1969 he often visited our humble apartment in National City, Ca where my wife Rosario and I enjoyed his ever present friendly tone and good nature. Rest in peace loyal and trusting brother.... Ed Conchas

 

Alicia Moreno Acosta posted on 5/17/18

Descansa en paz amado hermano, fuiste el 4to en nuestra familia de diez, mientras uno de tus hermanos Moreno Acosta viva seras recordado como nos enseño nuestra Madre, con mucho Amor y Respeto. Te ama tu hermana Nena Alicia Moreno Acosta D'Romo y tus sobrinos Miguel Angel Romo MORENO y Victor Hugo Romo Moreno

 

Christopher Lozano posted on 5/17/18

My deepest condolences to the family. I am very sorry for your loss. My he rest in eternal peace. -Christopher Lozano

 

Carlos Flores posted on 5/17/18

Please accept my deepest condolences for your family's loss.I remember visiting your home when i used to go with Rosario. Your dad would always keep us laughing with his jokes or stories. He was especially funny when he would go back and forth with Rosario's mom. Each one trying to out do the other. Those are good memories. May he rest in peace.

 

Christina Arredondo posted on 5/16/18

May he rest in peace! Lord keep him by his side!

 

Christina Arredondo posted on 5/16/18

Sorry for Loss! May he rest in peace.

 

Maria Ana Ortiz posted on 5/16/18

My most sincere condolences to Mrs. Pena, Marcia, Mayra & Tono. Your father was truly one of a kind. I have so many memories of when we would visit your grandmas house in Nuevo Laredo. Wonderful memories with your family. May Mr. Pena Rest In Peace.

 

Gaby posted on 5/16/18

Reciban nuestras condolencias. La Biblia nos da el consuelo para sobrellevar la pérdida de el ser querido que ha fallecido. Por ejemplo en Revelación o Apocalipsis 21:4 dice que “Dios limpiará toda lágrima de los ojos y la muerte no será más, ni existirá ya más lamento ni clamor ni dolor”. Hechos 24.15 habla de “una Resurrección”. Jehova Dios nuestro amoroso creador muy pronto acabará con toda la maldad y el sufrimiento, ademas nos dice que tiene el deseo de devolverles la vida a nuestros seres queridos que hayan muerto.

 

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