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Jesus “Chuy” Hernandez


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It is with great sadness that the family of JESUS “CHUY” HERNANDEZ, 72, announces he went to heaven on Thursday, November 5, 2020. Please take a moment and share a kind thought or memory with Jesus’ family at www.andersonbethany.com.

SERVICES: A Catholic Graveside Service for Jesus was held at South Park Cemetery on Saturday, November 7, 2020, at 10:00 AM.

On February 15, 1948, Jesus was born to Antonio and Christina Hernandez in Zaragoza, Mexico. He was a wonderful family man who worked hard to provide for his loved ones. Jesus worked as a sheep shearer for many years. He was the best dad ever and the most wonderful grandfather to his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Jesus was a true free-spirited man who treated his friends as his own family. He was a good samaritan of the Catholic faith. Jesus enjoyed painting, drawing, tinkering, and fixing whatever was broken. He loved music, dancing, and cruising down main. His most treasured moments were spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren, Jesus adored them. His spirit, smile, and presence will be greatly missed.

SURVIVORS: Those left to cherish memories of Jesus forever are his children: Jesus and wife Kristy Ramirez; Cathy and Stephen Baker, Dolores and Billy Quiroz, JoAnna and Larry Hernandez, Sadie and Willie Cardenas, and Henry and Stacy Alvarez; grandchildren: Brody, Gaige, Vanessa, Ashley, Krysten, Yvette, Larue, Bubba, Stephanie, Pete, Joey, Victoria, Amenda, Jaelin and Hunter; great-grandchildren: Jayce, Winter, Marissa, Malachi, Danika, Nadiyah, Gianna, Amrie, Nate, Prestyn, Paisley, Andrew, Bradyn, Riley, Jaxon, Kaden, Linkyn, Roxy, Olivia, Freddy, Josie, Francisco, Aspen, Manolo, Celi, Cassie, Alex, Santiago, Javier, Sadiella, Baby (Troy) and Diesel; brothers: Exquio, Lalo, and Ramon; sister, Delia; as well as his close friend, Betty Alvarez; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and all his friends.

PRECEDED: Jesus is preceded in death by his parents, Antonio and Christina Hernandez; and his sisters: Lorenza and Teresa, and Peyton Ramirez.

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HONORARY PALLBEARER: his brother, Exquio Hernandez.

PALLBEARERS: Jesus (Punky) Ramirez, Henry Alvarez, Larry (Lalo) Hernandez, Willie Cardenas, Joey Garcia, and Victoria Ramirez.

The family would like to give a special “Thanks” to Kindred Hospice, Rosalea, Margarita, Maureen Denio, and Gleen Shelton.

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