Jorge "Moe" I. Molina

February 11, 1947 - April 29, 2024
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We are sad to announce the sudden passing of Jorge “Moe” I. Molina, 77, on April 29, 2024 at St. Luke’s Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas.

He is preceded to Heaven by his parents, Inocencio Molina and Francisca Molina as well as his Brother-in-Law Antonio Ramos.  He is survived by his wife, of 42 years, Dora Molina; His Children:  Sandra (Frederick) Raquel Moore, Veronica Zonia Molina, Mellissa (Eli) Nydia Molina-Franklin, Angelica Rocha and Jorge (Aurora) Carlo Molina; 9 Grand Children:  Sonya, Dustin, Brandon, Mark, Tyler, Davon, Raven, Valentino, Xavier and Luis; 2 Great Grand Children:  Tierney and Ransom; Sister:  Armandina Ramos and Irma (Miguel) Trevino as well as many cousins, nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.

Jorge was born the youngest of three children in Laredo, Texas on February 11, 1947.  He graduated from Martin High School in 1966 and joined the U.S. Air Force soon after.  He served honorably in Vietnam ending his time in the Air Force at Laredo Air Base.  He continued to serve the Laredo Community becoming a member of the Laredo Fire Department, where he quickly rose to the rank of Captain and ended as an Arson Investigator.  Jorge then transitioned to Customs and Border Protection where he served over 20 years, retiring as an Immigration Supervisor in 2008.  Jorge became heavily involved in many local Veterans organizations including American Legion Post 59, Catholics War Veterans Post 1908, VFW and Veteran’s Red Shirt Fridays.

Throughout Jorge’s life he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends BBQing, attending car shows, jazz festivals, dances and traveling.  He also enjoyed sports, at times anguishing over his beloved Cowboys and Spurs.

Jorge’s service will be held at Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services on Friday the of 10th of May starting at  8 AM.  We will then depart at 10:30 AM and proceed to Mother Cabrini Church for Mass at 11:00.  He will be laid to rest at a later date on the 13th of May, at 10:30 AM, at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio, Texas.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Legion at: American Legion Post 59, 809 Zaragoza St., Laredo, TX.  78040, (956) 717-8769.

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

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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Friday, May 10, 2024

Time: 8:00 am - 10:30 am

Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services


1320 Trey Dr.
Laredo, Texas 78041

Service Information

Date: Friday, May 10, 2024

Time: 11:00 am

Mother Cabrini Catholic Church


3018 Davis
Laredo, Texas 78040

Cemetery Information

Date: Monday, May 13, 2024

Time: 10:45 am

Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery


1520 Harry Wurzbach Rd.
San Antonio, Texas 78209


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Born: February 11, 1947
Died: April 29, 2024

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Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services

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The staff of Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services.


Gonzalo "chalo" and Hye su Hinojosa posted on 5/11/24

Our deepest condolences for you and your family, we know that he is with our Lord up in heaven and is happy being with loved ones that have passed on. RIP my friend..


Raul Garcia, Sr. posted on 5/9/24

In memory of Jorge "Moe" I. Molina, Raul Garcia, Sr. lit a candle


Raul Garcia, Sr. posted on 5/9/24

Our sincere condolences to the family of Jorge Molina. May God embrace his precious soul and may he Rest In Peace. We met Jorge when he worked with the fire department alongside with my husband, Raul and we were also neighbors for several years… Godspeed my friend 🕊️🕊️


Fernando J. Guerra posted on 5/7/24

Our deepest condolences fo Moe's family. I had the privilege to work with Moe with Immgration and Natrualization Service and then with Customs and Border Protection.


Red and Esther Gonzalez posted on 5/6/24

Red and I are saddened by the unexpected news that our Compadrito, “Moe” had passed. We will miss your steadfast presence, your good nature and undivided commitment to family and friends. We will cherish our great times laughing, BBQ ing, traveling, dancing, and cruising in our hot rods. I personally "loved your cat walk.” Till we meet again compadrito. Grateful to God for allowing our paths to cross on this side of Heaven. Redandesther


Javier Morales posted on 5/6/24

My deepest condolences to the family of Mr Molina, I met Moe playing flag football at the old St Joseph field in the late 70’s and early 80’s, we played in the same team for awhile, he was a great guy to be with, and always had a smile. Rest in Peace my friend!


Efrain vera posted on 5/6/24

Our Condolences from the Vera family. A good friend of one of brother who also served in the Army and went to Vietnam. We will cherish his memory. Rest in peace our brother!


Linda Martinez posted on 5/5/24

In memory of Jorge "Moe" I. Molina, Linda Martinez lit a candle


Linda Martinez posted on 5/5/24

My most sincere condolences to the family 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻.


Ron & Adriana Alarcon Lozano posted on 5/5/24

My parents always had us refer to Jorge and his sisters as “Tío Jorge” and “Tias” growing up. It wasn’t till I was grown that my siblings and I found out that he wasn’t our tío/tias but our cousins. Jorge was my dad’s (Fernando Alarcon) first cousin. This is just one of many memories I have of Jorge. My deepest condolences to Dora and the whole family. May the memories of him console you and fill your heart.


Robert and Maria Barnes posted on 5/5/24

We have known Mo for more than 40 yrs. We traveled together having numerous adventures and he was our rock. We had so many laughs and good eats. He was a generous and caring host. He was a patriot and served his community in different roles. I valued his wit and intelligence. To know him was to love and admire him. We feel privileged to have had him in our lives. Our condolences to the rest of his family. May God sustain us through this loss.


Vince posted on 5/4/24

Sad day indeed. You are already missed. God bless!


Alex Quintanilla posted on 5/4/24

Good bye old friend and may departure from these earth let us know the fine things you did were their for us to remember. Never forgot the time we spend in Texas A&M a week of fun and study, while we were with the Laredo Fire Deparment. May you rest peace. Capt. Alex Quintanilla Ret.


José Trujillo posted on 5/4/24

To the Molina family, my most sincere condolences. Your husband/father, was a man of integrity and absolute compassion. He was without a doubt the Supervisor, that I admired and respected the most while working as an Immigration Officer in Laredo. God bless you!


Lucy Martinez posted on 5/3/24

Please accept our most sincere condolences for the loss of your beloved husband. We know that Moe and my husband, Pete Martinez, III, were very good friends for many years. We will be out of state starting May 10th and will return to San Antonio late Monday, May 13th. Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you, Dora, and all the family. Sincerely, Lucy Martinez and Josh and Chris Martinez


Diana Cantu posted on 5/2/24

My most sincere condolences to the family during this most difficult time. May you Rest In Peace Mo (as he was so dearly called). 🙏🙏.


Ramiro Garcia posted on 5/2/24

One hell of a guy. Always enjoyed talking to him.


Mary Villarreal posted on 5/2/24

Our condolences to the family,, may you Rest in Peace🙏 Beto & Mary Villarreal


Nora &n Antonio Lerma Jr. posted on 5/2/24

Our sincere condolences to my Uncle/Cousin Jorge Molina. You will be dearly missed. Tony and I will always treasure your friendship. I will always remember your laughter and your care for the Rosales Girls.


Rebecca R. Casarez-Walker posted on 5/2/24

With heartfelt condolences. When I'm Gone When I come to the end of my journey And I travel my last weary mile Just forget if you can, that I ever frowned And remember only the smile Forget unkind words I have spoken Remember some good I have done Forget that I ever had heartache And remember I've had loads of fun Forget that I've stumbled and blundered And sometimes fell by the way Remember I have fought some hard battles And won, ere the close of the day Then forget to grieve for my going I would not have you sad for a day But in summer just gather some flowers And remember the place where I lay And come in the shade of evening When the sun paints the sky in the west Stand for a few moments beside me And remember only my best