Reynaldo H. Alfaro, 49, was born on January 6,1971 to Jose G. Alfaro Coronado and Saturnina Hipolito Cardenas in Reynosa Tamaulipas Mexico. He passed away on Thursday, August 20, 2020 in Houston, Texas.
Reynaldo lived in Pasadena Texas where he met his wife, Nelly in 1992. While living in Pasadena, Texas he worked as an Insulator Worker, Iron worker, Foreman, Pipefitter and multi- crafter. He later pursued his career as a boiler maker.
Reynaldo's hobbies included going deer hunting and fishing with family and friends. He loved to Bar BQ and spent quality time with loved ones. He loved food and enjoyed eating as well. Reynaldo always made everyone laugh and made sure everyone was happy. Reynaldo was the first person to help out his family when in need. He always wanted to fix everyone's problems. He was a dedicated husband, father, uncle and son who made sure his family was always taken care of.
Reynaldo's last words included that he was a very happy man being married to Nelly and happy with the children he was gifted. He was honored to be part of the family that he loved very much. He concluded with making sure his children are taken care of.
Reynaldo is and forever will be greatly missed by his family and friends.
He will forever live in our hearts.
Reynaldo is survived by his wife, Noelia Alfaro; sons, Reynaldo Alfaro Jr, and Geovany Alfaro; daughter, Genesis Janell Alfaro; mother, Saturnia H. Cardenas; brothers, Martin Alfaro Hipoilito, Javier Alfaro Hipolito, and Arturo Alfaro Hiplito; sisters, Patrica Alfaro de Mireles, Irma Alfaro de Ocanas, Maria Esther Contreras, and Abigail Noriega.
Serving as Pallbearer are Reyanldo Alfaro Jr., Geovany Alfaro, Demetrio Delgado Jr., Marco Ramos, Arturo Alfaro Hipolito, Martin Alfaro Hipolito, Javier Alfaro Hipolito and Reyes Lopez.
Guests are invited to share in a Celebration of Life Visitation from 9-11:00 a.m., on Tuesday, September 1, 2020 at Carnes Funeral Home, 3100 Gulf Freeway, TX 77591. Funeral Services will start at 11:00 a.m., with 2:00 p.m. Interment to follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Houston, Texas.