Vincente Ancelmo Bueso

Vincente Bueso
 
Vincente Ancelmo Bueso, better known as "Tito" was born on January 1st 1977 in the Bronx New York to his loving parents, Vincente Bueso and Marta Martinez. Tito's father passed away in 1986 due to brain cancer and shortly after the family relocated to Texas City, Texas. As a teenager Tito developed a love for sports, specifically football, baseball, and basketball. He stayed true to his home town and became a huge New York Giants fan, Eli Manning being his favorite player. Cooking was another passion of Tito's, he loved to make dinner for himself and his loved ones; pork chops, and chili/cheese dogs were some of his favorites. Always making sure to make his food with love! Tito was also very dedicated to the gym, every morning no matter what he started his days in the gym aiming to keep himself in shape, and he loved nagging others about living a healthy lifestyle. Tito was always the life of the party, and strived to make sure everyone was having a good time, he loved to shop, eat, and live in the moment. Being 6'3 made him very hard to miss, he was a very big guy with an even bigger heart. 
 
After High school Tito started his career as an API Inspector in the refinery and chemical industry. He worked very hard to further himself and gain new certifications throughout his career. He gained lots of friends and co-workers who cared and loved him dearly, but also knew him as the smack talker and joker. He loved to pick on his friends and make others laugh. 
 
Lastly, Tito will be remembered as a man who loved everyone, someone who wanted peace for himself and others, and as someone who cared for everyone he met. He leaves behind his beautiful daughter ,Alyssa Bueso, his mother ,Marta Bueso, sisters ,Lizette Mancia and Lydia Bueso, a brother ,Marcos Bueso, and an ex-spouse of 9 years, Irene Espinosa. He will be dearly missed but always remembered. 
 
A visitation will be held Friday the 12th, from 4pm till 5pm with a funeral service to follow at 5pm at Carnes Funeral Home, 3100 Gulf Freeway, Texas City, TX 77591.