Omar M. Guevara, Sr.

September 29, 1952 - July 23, 2021
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 “I Did it My Way”

Omar Guevara


Today we celebrate the life of a rough and tumbling force of life. We bid farewell to a husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and best-friend, Omar “El Centurion” Guevara, also lovingly known as “Tio Mochis” to his nieces and nephews. Omar was born in Gary, Indiana, on September 29, 1952, and was raised by his father, Alfredo Guevara Sr., and his mother, Maria Guadalupe Martinez-Guevara. Humble beginnings, strict upbringing, Omar would go on to graduate Martin High School in 1973. Driven, ambitious, Omar would go on to attend Texas A&M University and gig ‘em-self towards a Degree in Drafting Engineering. In 1977 Omar decided to leave a footprint in Laredo, Texas by opening Centurion Auto and Car Clinic.

The road would always tremble under his feet. Whether it was the rumbling of his Harley Davidsons, or the roaring of a Cessna airplane in the palm of his hands, the thrill of a kill shot on a perfect White Tail Buck, this thrill seeker would leave a legacy survived by his wife, Elizabeth Perez-Guevara, his children, Lizabeth “Sasa” Guevara and Omar “Nino” Guevara Jr., his granddaughters, US NAVY Sailor- Arizbeth Victoria Cardenas and Zia Nicole Guevara. This man could never rest without the mention that he loved all his friends, sincerely. He loved them, honestly. Omar would never leave this earth without all of you knowing he loved you very much.

This adventurous soul enjoyed traveling to unknown places with his True Love Elizabeth, fishing in the deep salty waters of the ocean, he’d enjoy his cigars, with a gulp of fine scotch, he loved big game-hunting from the cool temperatures of Texas to the freezing temperatures in Alaska. HA!!! but let it be known this man could stir the BEST Pot of Menudo and smoke one hell of brisket. He considered eating cabrito asado straight from the BBQ pit and a cold beer for fine dining.

Omar decided to spend his last days at home comfortably surrounded by family and friends. He made sure to comfort them by telling them “BEEN THERE DONE THAT “, he continued by leaving this world the only way he would (I DID IT MY WAY) next to Elizabeth AKA THE LOVE OF HIS LIFE!

The family would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to: Dr. Andres Garcia Zuniga and his wonderful staff. To the SPECIAL Staff from Guiding Light Hospice – Rhonda De Valley for her quick and always loving service, Alejandra Lopez – Omar’s Personal Nurse his Guardian Angel, Sofia his CNA who was always so caring. To The Family Attorney Edward Castillio who went out of his way to personally handle Omar’s Last Wishes and Mrs. Martha Keiser who was there to witness Omar’s last wishes. To Ana Lila Perez his favorite sister-in-law (Loved you like a sister). Judy Aldape “You are family, call me DAD” and Jesus “Styles” Maldonado el otro hijo.

At the request of Omar, a celebration of his life will be held on July 29, 2021, at the Guevara’s Residence located at 8629 Puerto Escondido, Laredo, TX 78045. Family will welcome you at 5:00 p.m. and a Special Toast promptly at 7:30 p.m.

Omar’s final request – Please don’t send flowers – Give a donation to The Children’s Advocacy Center or

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Date: Thursday, July 29, 2021

Time: 5:00 pm

Guevara's Residence


8629 Puerto Escondido
Laredo, Texas 78045

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Born: September 29, 1952
Died: July 23, 2021

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Adriana Lugo posted on 8/7/21

Elizabeth please accept my condolences over the passing of your beloved husband. May he Rest In Peace and May God give you strength and peace in your heart as you go through this very difficult time. Blessings to all!


Luis De La Garza posted on 7/30/21

My deepest condolences to you and your family. May Omar RIP!


Fernando Ortega posted on 7/29/21

Mrs. Guevara , please accept my condolences in the recent passing of your husband. May he rest in peace.


Alicia Castillo posted on 7/27/21

Mrs. Guevara, my deepest condolences to you and your family. May Mr. Guevara RIP. Un abrazo con mucho carino.


Mary Martínez posted on 7/27/21

Your husband was one of a kind. Please accept my sincere condolences in his passing. Stay strong sister!


Annie Serna posted on 7/27/21

Omar was certainly one of a kind. Yet, his kindness came through not only in his actions as well as his eyes. My most sincere condolences to his family and friends. May Omar rest in peace and may perpetual light shine upon him.


Juan Collazo posted on 7/26/21

May he Rest In Peace and the lord comfort you and your family.


Patricia Ochoa posted on 7/25/21

My most sincere condolences to you and your family. My heart goes out you all in this most difficult time . Now he is in our fathers hands . May he rest in peace. God give you all peace and comfort ???


ARACELI GARCIA posted on 7/25/21

Prima, my most sincere condolences to you and your family on Omar's passing. My prayers are with you during this trying time. Please let me know if you need anything. May he rest in peace.???


ARACELI GARCIA posted on 7/24/21

Prima. My most sincere condolences on Omar's passing. My prayers are with you and the entire family. May God give you strength during this very trying time. If you need anything, I am here for you. May he rest in peace.???


Corina Romero posted on 7/23/21

Elizabeth, my most sincere condolences to you and all your family. I was going through what you’re going exactly two months ago today. Praying to the good Lord to give you and your family strength and peace during this very difficult time. I’m here if I can be of any help.