January 11, 1971


February 23, 2023


Service Details

Visitation will be held Thursday, March 2, 2023, from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Aguero Funeral Home and Crematorium, 4402 E. Saunders St., Laredo, TX 78041. A rosary will be held at 7:00 p.m.

Interment will follow at a later date at the family plot in Our Lady of Refuge Cemetery in Eagle Pass, Texas.


Mr. Rey David Piñon passed away Thursday, February 23, 2023, at the age of 52 in Laredo, Texas.




16 thoughts on “REY DAVID PINON”

  1. My most sincere condolences to all of his family and friends. May he Rest In Peace and perpetual light shine upon him.

  2. A humble person, a hard worker, a great son. What you want your children to be like.

    My cousin was an outstanding man.


    1. May God’s Perpetual Light Shine Upon you Always Brother Ray
      May You RIP ✝️
      PeñadaWelder 🧑‍🏭

  3. Nicest person in the world. He was my cousin and extremely humble. May your Neshoma reach the highest heights of HaShem and be at peace and live in Gan Eiden. Adiós mi Rey.

  4. I’m a welder for 50 yrs and he was a helper that I teach him to be one of the best. I will miss him may he rest in peace. He is with Jesus Christ in heaven.

  5. Arturo Garcia, Jr.

    Mr. Rey D. Pinon, a dedicated employee at the Jefferson Water Treatment Plant for well over a year, will be greatly missed by his friends and peers. His loss is a great void for the Utility Department. May he rest in peace, and may God bless his family and friends. Our deepest sympathy to everyone.

  6. Priscilla Flores

    Rey was one of those people you want to know in life: kind, considerate, loyal, and jovial. He was a sensitive soul who was placed here among us mortals as a source of light. Life has to end, but Love doesn’t. Mine for him, and his for everyone else, lives on. Until the other side, my dear sweet friend.

  7. The Mota family would like to offer our heart-felt condolences to Mr. Piñon’s friends, coworkers, and loved ones. Rey, as he liked us to call him, was a humble, hardworking, and selfless person. He was always welcome into our home and there was always a place at our table for him. Rey was deeply entwined in our family’s lives and we will miss him dearly.

  8. Mr. Piñon as I would call him spent most of his time with our family. Weekdays, weekends, carne asadas, holidays you name it he was there. He was the kindest person I had ever met. He will be missed dearly.

  9. Our most sincere condolences to Rey’s family and friends. Going to miss a good man and coworker. For the short period of time that I got to work with him, I felt that I knew him for the longest being that he was from my hometown of Eagle Pass. May he’s soul rest in peace.

  10. Johnny Sturdevant friend pion…he was a cool guy and worker he worked wth us in our ground s keeper for a while -us working had fun wth him laugh along all the silly things lol – you are in gods hands now -he take real good care of you pion u know it help keep us all safe buddy🙏

  11. my favorite much I knew about him.but l could made contact with him.from eagle Pass too live in independence missouri.such a terrible loss.i miss him bad.his dad Gillnet Pinon buried in Eagle Pass.i was there last year looking for him.

  12. Guillermo Sanchez

    My cousin Rey.
    What A person always saying jokes and kelp us laughing.
    He was the life of the party…
    Gone way too soon..
    Going to miss you.
    Rest In Peace Rey..
    Guillermo C.Sanchez

    1. May God’s Perpetual Light Shine Upon you Always Brother Ray
      May You RIP ✝️
      PeñadaWelder 🧑‍🏭

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