JULY 18, 1946


March 22, 2023


Service Details

Visitation will be held on Friday, March 24, 2023, from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Aguero Funeral Home and Crematorium, 4402 E. Saunders St., Laredo, Texas 78041. A rosary will be held at 6:30 p.m.


Mr. Jose D. Villarreal passed away on Wednesday, March 22, 2023, at the age of 76 in Laredo, Texas.

He was preceded in death by his son, Jose Villarreal, Jr.; brothers, Silvano Sanchez, Juan Sanchez, and Moises Villarreal.

He is survived by his spouse, Marie R. Villarreal; son, Ricardo Villarreal; grandchildren, Raul (Angie) Villarreal, Kimberly (Ray) Villarreal, Stacy (Marc) Rodriguez, Tracy Villarreal, Jose (Joann) Villarreal Jr., and Ricardo (Jazmin)Villarreal Jr.; brother, Jesus (†Cecilia) Villarreal. He is also survived by numerous other relatives and friends.


4 thoughts on “JOSE D. VILLARREAL”

  1. My condolences to all the family. I remember him since the time I was a little girl and he and the family would travel to Washington and stay at my sister and brother-in-laws Jesus’s house. His humor and laughter will be missed. RIP Jose and give my big sister a hug when you see her. 💜🙏🏽

  2. Cata, Candy, Leo and Debra

    Our Condolences to the Villarreal Family. Cuate was a good man, always had a smile on his face. To many memories to share.To Richard we know what you are going through, it’s very hard to lose a parent but you will get through it in time. The pain will never go away.

  3. Jose Villarreal

    To the man that made me into the man I am today, my Viejo. I don’t know how I can do this life without you, but for you I’ll do what you’ve always wanted for me to live my life to the fullest. I will never in my life get over you being gone from me I wish you could of held one of my kids when that time came. I will always make strive to continue to make you proud while your watching me. I strive to be half the man you were one day I don’t think I’ll ever get there but like you always taught me work in silence but work your ass off. I will miss forever you being my coach till I got to old you where tough but made me a better baseball player. you never missed any of my games when I was in high school, I remember turning to the stands with a big smile on your face cheering me on and then after telling me where I could get better. Also making me and Wito breakfast before school and taking us to school 2 hours early to where we were opening up the damn school lol. To all my siblings I’m sorry but idk what to tell y’all but we all know who was his favorite grandkid and there was no question lol I was his baby. I can go on and on with the memories I’ve had with you Viejo and it will stay with me until I go up there with you for good. I love you for being there for me anytime I needed to talk to someone and you were always there to hear me. I love you Viejo and I will always carry you every where I go. RIP Viejo I love and miss you more than words can explain.

  4. My condolences to all the Villarreal family, May God give you the Strength to Surpass the pain in your Hearts ❤️. While you lost your loved one An Angel was gained in Heaven. He will always be with you, in your hearts, in your mind & in Spirit. God bless you all.

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