Guadalupe Barron

Obituary of Guadalupe Barron

Our beloved Husband and Father, Guadalupe (Lupe) Barron, Age 65, a longtime resident of Austin, was called by his Savior to his eternal rest, Saturday, August 28, 1999.The children of Lupe wish to express their loving heartfelt adoration to their father for the joy of living, laughter, and humor that he gave us each and every day. Our love for you and memories of you will stay with us forever. He is survived by: Beloved wife of 42 years Lucy L. Barron of Austin; Children: Rick Barron / wife Julli of Austin Elaine B. Matthews / husband Steven of Montgomery Village, MD; Marisa B. Guillen / husband Jesse of Austin; Jeanette Barron / special friend Robert Charles of Austin; Brother: Paul M. Barron of Austin. 6 Grandchildren Rick, Sean, Ashlie, Jessica, Audrie, and Matthew. We the Family extend our heartfelt gratitude to Dr. David Morris, the staff of the Heart Transplant Team of Seton Hospital, Hospice of Austin, the staff of Seton IMC Unit 4th floor, and to our family and friends for their Support and Care. In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Austin. Recitation of the Rosary will be held Monday, 7:30pm at St Julia Catholic Church. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Tuesday, 10am at St. Julia Catholic Church. Reverend Monsignor Lonnie Reyes and Rev. Fr. Walter Carr . Rite of Internment will follow at Assumption Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers are: Fred Velasquez, Fred Moccia, Scotti Rankin, Paul Herrera, Rick James Barron II, Sean C. Barron, and Matthew R. Barron. Honorary pallbearers are: Frank (Pato) Limon, Joe Limon, Louis Limon, John (Canica) Limon, Martin Limon, Johnny Limon, Paul Limon, and Virgil Limon, Louis Limon, Jr. and Paul Barron, Jr.. Mission Funeral Home, 1615 E. Cesar Chavez, ph 476-4355.
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