Juan Rogelio Lozano

April 26, 1969 - March 9, 2022
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2 Co 12:9 “My grace is sufficient for you, my power is made perfect in weakness…”

Juan Lozano, 52, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday March 9, 2022. Juan worked as a Special Agent CBP private investigator for the Laredo Sector.

Juan was a God loving and devoted husband who loved his wife, and his 3 daughters. He enjoyed spending every moment with them and his 3 French bulldogs. Juan was the family’s role model, leader, and coach. He lived his life with the fear and ammunition of the Lord. His passion to exercise kept his family strong and motivated. His favorite sayings were, “Dale Gas”, “No Pos Wow!”, and “GO BIG OR GO HOME”. Juan was always active and made the most of every day. He would wake up early, pray, exercise, take daily walks with his family, and work. His pride and joy were his girls, Gen, Sky and Ara, and he was so proud of them and all their accomplishments. He was their biggest cheerleader and supporter. His forever best friend was his most adored wife, Adriana. He has taken a piece of our heart, but we know he is now riding on streets of gold. He leaves a legacy to all who knew him. It’s not a farewell or good-bye, it’s a see you soon. Dale gas!

He is preceded in death by his father, Rogelio Lozano.

Juan is survived by his wife, M. Adriana Lozano; daughters, Genesis Joy Lozano, Skylah Faith Lozano, Arabellah Hope Lozano; mother, Bertha Lozano; sisters, Maria de Lourdes (Amable) Viloria , Bertha (Omar) Gomez, Claudia (Jorge) Cavazos; brothers, Raul (Yaresi) Lozano, Paulo Antonio (Melissa) Lozano, Roger (Amanda) Lozano, Jr., Daniel (Marivel) Lozano, and Henry Lozano; as well as numerous other family and friends.

The family will be receiving guests on Monday, March 14, 2022, at Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. A Prayer Service will begin at 11:30 am. Interment will then follow to the City of Laredo Cemetery.

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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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Monday, March 14, 2022

Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Fred Dickey Funeral & Cremation Services


1320 Trey Dr.
Laredo, Texas 78041

A Prayer Service will begin at 11:30 am.

Cemetery Information

Date: Monday, March 14, 2022

City Cemetery


3200 N Meadow Ave
Laredo, Texas 78040


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Born: April 26, 1969
November 15, 2018
Last day with HSI
Last day with HSI
Died: March 9, 2022

Condolences for Juan Rogelio Lozano

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Claudia Cavazos posted on 3/24/22

I miss you big brother.


Mr. and Mrs. Roberto R. Farias Sr. posted on 3/23/22

On behalf of the Farias Family, our thoughts and prayers go out to you Adriana, your daughters and your family. May Juan Rest in Peace.


Christopher Baker posted on 3/16/22

My deepest condolences on your loss, My Thoughts and Prayers are with you and your family and May Mr Lozano rest in peace. May God Bless you and your family always.


Lourdes Viloria posted on 3/15/22

My little brother is now an angel in Heaven.


Josie V. Lara posted on 3/14/22

Lozano Family, I send you my most heartfelt condolences for the passing of Juan. May he Rest In Peace, and perpetual light shine upon him in heaven. Sincerely, Mrs.Josie V.Lara CHS Science Educator


Minerva Sanchez Galvan posted on 3/14/22

Adriana, I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that the God of all comfort strengthen and surround you and your daughters with His love and peace during this difficult and painful time.


Rachel and Margie Ibarra posted on 3/14/22

Adriana My most heartfelt condolences to you and your family.. May God give you the strength you need in this time of great loss????❤️


Fernando & Cecilia Rodriguez posted on 3/14/22

Jorge, Claudia and all of the Lozano family, we are so sorry for your loss; may he rest in peace and the light of God shine upon his face. We pray for resignation knowing that Juan is in a much better place.


Esmeralda and Rubén Martinez posted on 3/14/22

May God continue to bless your legacy.


Estela Garcia posted on 3/14/22

My sincere condolences for Adriana and her daughters. My thoughts and prayers are with you.


Cecilia Garza posted on 3/14/22

To Dr. Claudia Cavazos and family of Juan Rogelio Lozano, My condolences over the loss of your brother whose loss will no doubt leave a vacuum which no one else can fill. May his faith help the family cope and find comfort.


María Eva Romero Arredondo posted on 3/14/22

Estamos con ustedes , los abrazamos con todo nuestro amor. Dios les de fortaleza . QDEP , y que brille para él la luz perpetua ,?


José Alberto y Cecilia Castillo Romero posted on 3/14/22

Nuestro más sentido pésame y oraciones para Adriana e hijas de ni primo Juan, para mí tía y primos reciban un fuerte abrazo a la distancia. Que Dios nuestro señor les de la fuerza y consuelo para sobrellevar la perdida de Juan un gran hombre respetuoso de Dios y de amoroso de su familia. ?


Gabriela Chapa Romero posted on 3/14/22

In memory of Juan Rogelio Lozano, Gabriela Chapa Romero lit a candle


JuanitaMartinez posted on 3/14/22

Our thoughts and prayers for his wife, daughters and family ?? from the Martínez Family. SanJuanita, Anne and Paul ?


Lisa & Oscar Martinez posted on 3/14/22

My most sincere condolence to the Lozano family. May our Lord bring you peace, comfort & strength during this very difficult time.


Carlos E. Martinez posted on 3/14/22

I am very sorry for your loss. My sincerest condolences for you and your family during this very difficult time. God be with you all.


Albar, an old Upward Bound friend posted on 3/14/22

In memory of Juan Rogelio Lozano, Albar, an old Upward Bound friend lit a candle


Christian Faltis posted on 3/14/22

Dear Lozano family. My condolences to you and my the love of your family keep you together always.


Anna Cervantes posted on 3/14/22

My deepest condolences to the Lozano family. I met Juan through Lourdes when we were in college and he was a teenager in high school. To see that he became a great God fearing man with a beautiful family is a blessing. I'm so sorry for your loss and I am glad you had him in your life for this time. God bless you all and may he bring you peace. Anna Cervantes


Laura Castillo posted on 3/14/22



Lupita Nava posted on 3/13/22

Dear Adrianita, please accept our deepest condolences. May our Holy Father grant you and your family peace and strength in this time of bereavement. We are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you. Love from mom and dad and our entire Canales family. With much love, Nena


Arnoldo & Leticia Gonzalez posted on 3/13/22

Our sincere condolences to the Lozano/Costilla families.


Virginia Zapata posted on 3/13/22

my deepest heartfelt condolences to your wife, daughters, mother, your siblings and their families and your CBP family. You were an awesome officer and friend, you made me welcome to INS, Laredo, Tx. Until we meet at Heaven’s Gate ❤️‍???


Sandra Costilla Vasquez posted on 3/12/22

To my Niece Adriana and her daughters, I’m so sorry for your loss. I felt so sad when I first heard of Juan’s unfortunate incident but it gives joy that your hubby is now rejoicing in heaven. Know that your hubby Juan has left you with Three Precious Gifts from God you call your daughters and they will be your blessing in disguise even more now, you’ll see. May our Lord Shine his guiding light on you and heal your broken heart little by little with time. My Love and prayers are with you all. Love Your Tia Sandra and Family


Martha Garza & Raúl Dominguez posted on 3/12/22

Nuestro más sentido pésame a la familia Lozano. Dios las conforte en este tiempo difícil. ?? Familia Domínguez Garza.


Claudina Canales Andeson posted on 3/12/22

It is with a heavy heart that I learned of the passing of Juan Rogelio. No words can express the heartfelt sorrow I have for you and your girls. Juan will live forever in your memories and in God's Kingdom. John 3:16


Rosana Arizola posted on 3/12/22

My sincerest condolences to Adriana, the girls and all of the Lozano family. My prayers and thoughts are with you. Every day will be a challenge but through Christ out Lord, you will get stronger. May he Rest In Peace. From the Arizola Family


Rogelio & Amanda Lozano, Jr. posted on 3/11/22

May our brother in Christ, Juan Rogelio Lozano, forever Rest In Peace in our Lord’s Kingdom. As evidenced by the outpouring of love, he will truly be missed. Juan was the embodiment of what God asks of all His children. Kind and gentle, yet strong and resolute. May the shining example of his testament to our Lord, Jesus Christ, forever remind us of what we should all strive to be ? Rogelio & Amanda Lozano Jr.


Reynaldo Veliz posted on 3/11/22

My most sincere condolences to the family.


Qiana OLeary posted on 3/11/22

Praying for your strength and comfort in your time of bereavement. May God bring peace and hope that you’ll one day Juan again in heaven!


Nora A Sanchez posted on 3/11/22

My deepest condolences to Juan’s wife and his daughters. I had the pleasure to work with Juan at WTB in the FAST Program Office. It was before Juan would get his position with HSI as an Special Agent! I have fond memories of Juan. I still remember how Juan’s eyes and smile would light up when he spoke of his girls (daughters) I admired that from him! Juan always had something humorous to say so there was never a dull moment with him. We shared lots of laughter in that office. I’m heartbroken for his passing! May God give his family strength during this sad time.


Rommie & Servando Iruegas posted on 3/11/22

Please receive our deepest condolences as you remember Juan. May the Grace of God give you comfort, strength and understanding during this difficult time. The Lord is close to the brokenhearted; he rescues those whose spirits are crushed ~ Psalm 34:18.


Kemel Hadad posted on 3/11/22

My deepest condolences to the Losuano Family for their loss . Juan was a true friend and a brother. His memory will never be erased or forgotten. May he Rest In Peace and may God be with his family and friends during these hard times . Juan you will never be forgotten.


Diana Rodriguez posted on 3/11/22

My sincere condolence to the Lozano/Costilla family...My thoughts and prayers are with you


José Luis de la Sota Riva posted on 3/11/22

I met Juan Lozano during my assignment as a Mexican Officcer to the Fraud investigations team with ICE/HSI in Laredo. JUANITO was the first friend I met. Without any hesitation he offered me his friendship. Since that day in June 2007, I had the honor to work with him even sharing great moments and great achievements investigating fraud cases. I am witness of the fact that JUAN was always a model of person , co worker, friend, sport man and a family member and a god man. Since I was always sitting next to him I was able to learn how he loved her daughters, how he used to called them and make jokes, now I can tell that I really learned from him many things that I do now. Over any thing I learned from him about god and his determination. I really feel very sad for what happened and I really believe that God is happy of having a Special person in the sky. My condolences to his wife and his daughters, his brother Paulo and the rest of the family. God bless you all.


Manuel Cisneros and Melissa Cisneros posted on 3/11/22

Sorry for your loss. Our great friend and coworker


Marivel (Mari) Lozano posted on 3/10/22

In memory of Juan Rogelio Lozano, Marivel (Mari) Lozano lit a candle


Corina R Romero posted on 3/10/22

Adriana, my most sincere condolences to you and your family. May the Lord give you peace and comfort during this most difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers.


Cynthia Infante posted on 3/10/22

Our most sincere condolences to your family. May you find peace and strength during this difficult time. The Infante Family