Felipe De Jesus Reynoso

December 21, 1957 - May 30, 2024
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Felipe de Jesus Reynoso, (66), of Laredo, Texas passed away May 30, 2024, with his daughter and son in law by his side.

Felipe was born to Francisco and Juanita (Juaregui) Reynoso, on December 21, 1957 in Los Angeles, California. From a young age he loved playing and watching sports. He developed an encyclopedic knowledge of sports history and trivia , particularly around the Los Angeles Dodgers.  After graduating from high school he turned down a full ride scholarship to the University of Southern California (USC) and instead opted to follow his older brother into military service enlisting in the U.S. Air Force. During his 21 years of service he was stationed in many international locations including Iceland, Korea, Saudi Arabia and Germany. He completed his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Finance and retired with a rank of Master Sergeant.. Following military retirement, Felipe worked for many U.S. contractors as a  Budget and Financial analyst. He was proud to be a Veteran and paid his respects to any retired or active service member he came across. You could find him in local shops sitting with another Veteran telling stories of where they had served and military life in the 80s and 90s. Another passion was road bike cycling, completing several century rides and riding just for fun.  When his nephew passed away at 16 from leukemia, Dad ran several marathons and century bike rides to raise thousands of dollars for Team in Training for the Leukemia & Lymphoma society. He spoke daily about riding again soon. For the past 3 years he resided in Laredo, Texas close to his daughter and three grandchildren who were his pride and joy. He became a published author of one book (Lala Surviving),  and was in the process of completing his second book. His daily pastime was going to his daughters’ home and enjoying a cigar on their back porch while watching his grandchildren play. “The best part of my day” he would say. In February of 2024 he gave his life to Christ at Grace Bible Church and was in small bible study groups to grow a closer relationship with the Lord.

Phil’s loving spirit will be carried on by his daughter, Rheanna Winters (Luca; their children, Stella Grace (9), Luca Aleksander(7), and Otto William(3)). Brothers: Francisco Reynoso (daughters: Amanda P. Werner, Camille Reynoso Mason, Emily V. Ford, Rachel M Reynoso, and Helena I Messner), Marco Antonio Reynoso (Kathryn Marie, daughters; Jorgetti Marie, Joeli Marie and Jinni-Lou Marie), Luis Arturo Reynoso (Connie,children: Luis Arturo Jr. and Amelia), Jesus Javier Reynoso, sisters: Victoria Genoveva Reynoso (sons; Adrian Kobayashi, Abel Kobayashi), Veronica Reynoso-Dazalla (Cheryl, daughters; Kelsey, and Kylie) and Viviana Villaneda (Frank, daughters: Erika, Paloma and Isabella) He is also survived by many family members across Southern California and Jalostotitlan, Jalisco, Mexico. He is preceded in death by his mother, Juanita Reynoso and father, Francisco Reynoso and nephew Luke Reynoso. The family would like to thank the entire Grace Bible Church community for their support during this time, and close family friend Amanda Condon.

To honor Felipe’s memory, a service will be held at Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services, Laredo on Saturday June 8, 2024, from 9:00 am to 12:00 p.m. A chapel service will be officiated at 11:00 am by Rev. Eddie Aranda. Military Honors will begin at 11:30 am. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to Bridge Ministries Coffee shop https://bridgeminlaredo.org/

Funeral arrangements are by Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services, 1320 Trey Dr., Laredo, Texas 78041 (956) 723-3611. For your convenience, you may leave your condolences to the family online at www.freddickey.com

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Date: Saturday, June 8, 2024

Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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1320 Trey Dr.
Laredo, Texas 78041

Chapel Service 11:00 am

Military Honors 11:30 am


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Phone: (956) 568-7646

8218 Casa Verde Rd Suite 1003,
Laredo, TX 78041
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Born: December 21, 1957
Died: May 30, 2024

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Rudy Herrera posted on 6/8/24

My deepest condolences to the Reynoso Family. I heard of Phili passing from one of his St Aloysius Grammar school La Cour Family. I knew Philip from all boys Mt Carmel High school where his bothers also went. Even thou he was a grade ahead of me we shared the same date of birth 12/21/1957. We were on the same HS football team. He was on the Defense line and beleave me he held his own. I contacted some of our HS teammates. One of his friends Jose Delgado considered Phili his best friend from Gramar thru high school. Another friend knew him ecause both there moms were from the same small town in Mexico. I posted Phil's passing on Facebook and many HS friends gave there condolences. You can see Phili had deeps roots and many friends from Grammer thru High School friends. Out mascot was the Crusaders. Crusader sons are we!

 

Lupe Caballero Edwards posted on 6/8/24

Sincere condolences to the Reynoso family from Felipe's friends at St. Aloysius school. God bless you all.

 

Tollie Strode Jr posted on 6/8/24

In the name of the Father, the Son, the Holy Ghost. Gloria and I send our deepest condolences. Gone too soon, my Friend. Your final Facebook posts on May 5th featured another stunning photograph of God's work. We traveled with you through those scenes and gained exposure to new places. We also gained an appreciation for your beautiful mind, heart, and spirit. You and I shared our love for family ... our children, our grandchildren ... our Crusader journey together ... our military service. All should know - What A Beautiful Life. Rest In Heaven My Friend.

 

Roy Loredo posted on 6/7/24

I’m Roy Loredo from San Antonio and I knew Felipe or Phil as I called him from being roommates at Sembach Air Base Germany from 1977 thru 1980 along with Bob Mansolillo and Gerd Pokorra. My sincere condolences to his daughter Rheanna in El Paso Tx and family in LA. I’m shocked and saddened by this news. I will miss him dearly, RIP my friend.

 

Ura Family posted on 6/7/24

In memory of Felipe De Jesus Reynoso, Ura Family lit a candle

 

Dawn Revoir posted on 6/7/24

Rheanna My deepest condolences for you and your family in this most difficult time. I know you are heart broken. I pray for peace and comfort. With love and care for you. The Revoir Family

 

Camille Mason posted on 6/7/24

I had the pleasure of meeting Tío Felipe when he traveled to Atlanta. I enjoyed the brief time we shared together over dinner. He had a wonderful laugh, great sense of humor, and a good story teller. Sending prayers of peace and love.

 

Hector & Lety Tafoya posted on 6/6/24

Riona and Luca, I am very sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers since day one of your difficult time. May God give you the strength to cope with such a lamentable loss. If there is anything you would like help with, please let me know. I am very sorry that I cannot be with you in this difficult time, but we are on our way to Mexico City until Sunday.

 

Martha Muñoz Herrera posted on 6/6/24

My deepest condolences to the family. Philip, may you rest in peace.🙏🏻

 

Tim Kelley posted on 6/5/24

Felipe "Phil" and I met in Air Force basic training graduating together; 1975. Next, we were stationed together at Sheppard AFB, TX at finance tech school graduating together. We met up again in '77 when we were assigned together at Sembach Air Base, Germany for three years. Again, we both worked in in the Finance Office. Phil was a super athlete and played softball and other sports for a number of base teams. We and others played cards and traveled around together while in Germany. After Germany we were never stationed together again but we kept in touch on and off over the years. Just a few years ago Phil, Bob, Roy, and Paul - all Sembach finance - got together in San Antonio and talked about "old" times enjoying ourselves. Phil was passionate about his family, friends and the Dodgers. I'm lucky to have known him. He's greatly missed.

 

Guadalupe Reynoso posted on 6/4/24

My condolences to all the family. Felipe thank you for the calls and texts when I had back surgery. I will miss you, Carnal!!

 

Bill & Caroline Dazalla posted on 6/4/24

In memory of Felipe De Jesus Reynoso, Bill & Caroline Dazalla lit a candle

 

Bill & Caroline Dazalla posted on 6/4/24

May he hold you and keep you in his Grace. You will be missed thou we all know you will I finitelyy be in our hearts, thoughts prayers.

 

Ruben Jesus Soto posted on 6/4/24

In memory of Felipe De Jesus Reynoso, Ruben Jesus Soto lit a candle

 

Ruben Jesus Soto posted on 6/4/24

All those days as kids playing ball , And that great smile that you carried every were you went , will be missed forever my brother.Rest in heaven with the Lord and rest of our family members that will receive you!!

 

Juan Abel Hernandez posted on 6/4/24

When Phil was stationed at March AFB, he would sometimes come up to Santa Ana for the weekend, for a visit. He had a brand new black VW bug, and he and I would go to the drive in theater for fun. We always watched silly movies, that made us laugh and laugh. I have fond memories of our silly & good times. Our beverage of choice was TJ Swann. Lol. Thanks primo for the fun times and for the great memories.

 

Socorro Ybarra posted on 6/4/24

So , sorry for your loss my condolences 💐🙏🏻

 

Rosa Vallejo posted on 6/3/24

My condolences to his daughter and his family 🙏My prayers for you guys and that God gives you strength to go thru this God will always be at your side . I was saddened when I heard this news . May he rest in peace ❤️❤️🙏🙏

 

Samantha Odom posted on 6/3/24

My heart goes out to Rheanna and her family! Love, hugs and prayers for you all during this time.

 

Juan Abel Hernandez posted on 6/3/24

In memory of Felipe De Jesus Reynoso, Juan Abel Hernandez lit a candle

 

Francisco R Zubiate posted on 6/3/24

Mano, you were a Father figure to me and I Thank God for giving me the opportunity to meet you but to spend time with you on long and short bike rides. My heart aches because I miss you So Much! But i know you are not suffering any longer. But riding with our dear lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Love you Mano!! Frank Z

 

Cris Caballero, RSM posted on 6/3/24

In thought and prayer for you all. Sincerely, Cristina Caballero, RSM

 

Katie Reynoso posted on 6/3/24

It is hard to believe you are gone dear Brother-in-law, our hearts are broken. I thank you for the wonderful memories I have of you and will cherish them. I hope you know how loved you were by so so many and how missed you will forever be. Brudda, I loved… …when Jorgetti shared with you that she was considering Vet school at UC Davis, she suddenly received a package in the mail with everything she needed to know for UC Davis. You did that. …how you were always bringing trinkets for your brother. …the beautiful lunch we shared up North when we were with some of my family too. …the respect you always showed my brother by calling him ‘Top’ because of his military rank. …the looks on your face when reacting to your Paloma’s wonderfully uninhibited personality. …how you hid the broken statue I had painted and you had just opened when one of the kids broke it. …the time Tony and I spent with you in Boston. …your father/daughter dance. …how you gave gifts to yourself from Santa. I especially loved how you were wholeheartedly Tony’s carñal, I will miss hearing your brother answer his phone and happily saying “CARÑAL”.

 

Laura Magaña posted on 6/3/24

Mi más sincero pésame. Con cariño. Laura Magaña

 

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