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In Memory of

Francisco C. Alvarado

October 4, 1938 - May 15, 2017

Obituary


Francisco C. Alvarado, 78, passed away on May 15, 2017 in Dallas, TX. He was Born October 4, 1938 in Espiritu Santo, Zacatecas Mexico to parents Francisco and Maria de los Angeles. Francisco was raised in San Luis. He Married Magdalena on May 24, 1961 and the couple had 5 children. Francisco is survived by his loving wife Magdalena Alvarado. Children: Maria de Lourdes, Sylvia, Francisco, Fernando and Javier. Grand Children: Alba, Jorge, Mayra, Gustavo, Alex, Kaleb, Franchesca, Saray, Javier Jr. Anna, Deborah, and Agustine. Siblings : Arturo, Gerardo, Jose Luis, Maria de Luz, Guillermina,...

Francisco C. Alvarado, 78, passed away on May 15, 2017 in Dallas, TX. He was Born October 4, 1938 in Espiritu Santo, Zacatecas Mexico to parents Francisco and Maria de los Angeles. Francisco was raised in San Luis. He Married Magdalena on May 24, 1961 and the couple had 5 children. Francisco is survived by his loving wife Magdalena Alvarado. Children: Maria de Lourdes, Sylvia, Francisco, Fernando and Javier. Grand Children: Alba, Jorge, Mayra, Gustavo, Alex, Kaleb, Franchesca, Saray, Javier Jr. Anna, Deborah, and Agustine. Siblings : Arturo, Gerardo, Jose Luis, Maria de Luz, Guillermina, Maria del Carmen and Maria del Rosario and a host of extended family and friends. He was a production supervisor at Perma Products where he retired from. In his spare time Francisco enjoyed watching football, soccer, baseball, softball, and collecting items. Francisco was more than a simple man, He was the kind of man who always be by his wife side every moment of their life together, and wait on her hand and foot of she was ever ill. He was the kind of man who worked his fingers to the bone to provide for his family. He was the kind of man who gave his children a wonderful example of fatherhood. This continued on to grand-fatherhood. He was the kind of man who would meet a stranger and instantly be a long lost friend. He was a devoted Husband and Father Grandfather, and Friend. To say he was a simple man is an understatement, He was an extraordinary man, and will be missed by all who loved him.