Saragoza Moreno, USAF (Ret.)

saragoza moreno, usaf (ret.)
Saragoza Moreno, USAF, (Ret.) a resident of New Braunfels, passed away on Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at Resolute Health in New Braunfels at the age of 64. He was born on January 7, 1950 in Briggs, TX to the late Jose M. Moreno and Emilia Hernandez Moreno. Saragoza retired from the United States Air Force as a Master Sergeant. Survivors include his loving wife, Vicki Moreno; children, Marcia Lynn Flores, Frances O'Conner, Kimberly Moreno, Jerry Elkins, Cindy Sparks and Steve Elkins; 10 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Elida Haynes, Mary Ellen McComick and husband, Bob, Rose Ann Gable and husband, Ron, Mary Ann Gore and husband, Blandon and Jose Moreno and wife, Carmen. Memorial services will military honors will take place at 2:00pm on Friday, August 29, 2014 at the Lux Funeral Home Chapel with Bishop Richard Nicholls officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to St. Jude Children's Research

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  1. Vicki, On behalf of your fellow employees at AT&T, please know that Mo, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Wishing you consolation during this time of grief.

  2. Aunt Vicki, you and the rest of the family are in my thoughts and prayers. Mo was a very special man and left his mark in many hearts.

  3. Vicki, Emily and I would like to express our deepest sympathies to you and your family. Dan & Emily Johnson

  4. I know words can never describe the love we have for you. I was proud to tell everyone that I had a brother that served his country with pride and dignity. You will always be remembered in my mind and heart. Rest in peace Mo.

  5. I regret that few military stay in touch after they separate. Mo was a pleasure to be around and I share your loss. Remember how he made us all laugh. He will be missed. God Bless, Bill.

  6. So sorry to hear this. Just hear about Mo from Cindi. I met Mo through her and her ex-husband “London Lou” back in the 80’s when Mo was stationed in Abilene. Such a funny man. Somehow we lost touch but always asked Cindi and Lou anytime I talked with them about how he was. So sorry for your Loss Vicki and family. Marcia, I remember you and still think of you. I met you when you lived with your Dad for a short time in Abilene. I remember going to the school with you one day, Remember. I remember his cute dog, Lou Lou..Whatever happened to him? I also met one of his sister, Can’t remember her name, Mary maybe?? I once wrote a song for Kimberly for her Dad. He said he was going to give it to her. I know he LOVED his children very much and spoke of them often. Such fond memories of those years. I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I did not know he had remarried. So happy he found someone to share those years with. He will be missed. Thinking of you all during this hard time. Words can not express how much I feel for your loss.

  7. Por favor reciban mis ms sinceras condolencias por la prdida de su ser querido, no hay duda que la muerte es muy dolorosa, por tal razn quera compartir con usted algunas palabras de consolacin que le ayudaran en estos momentos difciles, tal como me ayudaron a m. Estas palabras se encuentran en la Biblia, si tiene Biblia le invito a que lea, Juan 5:28,29, Hechos 24:15, Revelacin 21:3, 4, ah notara que dichos textos hablan de la bella esperanza de la resurreccin, solo podemos imaginar la alegra de volver abrazar a nuestro ser querido que ha fallecido. Qu maravilla!

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