Emilio L. Suarez

Emilio L. Suarez of Richmond passed peacefully to be with our Lord and Savior on February 23, 2021.

He was the perfect combination of faithful husband, good loving father and dedicated provider. Everyone knew him as easy-going, full of fun and laughter, and always available to give you a hand when you were in need. He was a long-time member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Rosenberg, where he served many years as leader of Adult Catechesis, Bible Study and Prayer groups.

Emilio is now joyously reunited with his parents, Jose and Ascencion Suarez, sisters Rosa Falcon, Guadalupe Franco, and Josephina Galvan.

Mourning their loss are his wife of 61 years, Martha Suarez; children Mattie Clarke (and Randy), Sandi Perez, Emilio Suarez Jr. (and Denise), Mario Suarez (and Janie); grand-children Matt and Daniel Zipprian, Courtney and Lindsay Clarke, Brittany Turrubiate and Brandon Perez, Adrian Rene Nieto and Elijah Sebastian Suarez, Mario Jr., Michael and Melanie Suarez; great-grand-children Aerial, Cash, David, Ariana, Jaclyn, Michael, Levi, Scarlett, Liam, Kourtney, Malcolm, Carter, Kanan, Peter and Abagail. He will be missed by far too many friends and relatives to list, but each was loved and remained in his heart even now in his reunion with the Lord.

As per Emilio’s wishes, a private church service is pending. In lieu of flowers, please send donations in his name to Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Rosenberg, Texas.

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