Roel Nunez, 55, passed away on October 20, 2018 in Kingsville, Texas. He was born on August 13, 1963 to Lorenzo Nunez, Sr. and Josefa Alaniz. Roel was the owner of Straight Edge Landscape Nursery. He was a loving uncle, son, brother, cousin and friend.
He is proceeded in death by his mother, Josefa Alaniz Lopez; step father, Oscar Lopez; loving sister, Rosalinda N. Hinojosa, and brother-in-law Gabriel Hinojosa.
He is survived by his niece whom he loved as a daughter, Rocio G. (Edwin Jacob) Hinojosa-Rivera of Kingsville, Texas ; his four legged companion, Bentley of Kingsville, Texas; father, Lorenzo (Mary) Nunez Sr. of San Diego, Texas; two brothers, Lorenzo (Cynthia) Nunez, Jr. of San Diego, Texas and Daniel (Toni) Nunez of Wichita Falls, Texas; two nephews, Johnny Joe Nunez of Driscoll, Texas, and Lorenzo Nunez III of San Diego, Texas; numerous uncles, aunts, cousins, and a host of friends.
Visitation will be held on Friday October 26, 2018 from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Turcotte-Piper Mortuary Chapel with Holy Rosary to be recited at 7:00 p.m. that same evening. Funeral Service will follow the rosary. Private family burial to be held at a later date.
Services are entrusted to Turcotte-Piper Mortuary 205 General Cavazos Blvd. Kingsville, Texas.
Roll was a very friendly person that we had known for many years. Very hard working and a very giving person. An astute business man who knew his trade very well and accomplished quite a bit in his lifetime. But more than anything, he was our friend. We didn't get to see him much but when we did, his presence was very enjoyable. Rest in pease Work.
Mr and Mrs. Dario GarciaKingsville, TX
Our good friend will be missed by many that knew him. Roel had a big heart and was always giving. Every year he donated plants to the Kleberg-Bishop Relay for Life Survivors Banquet. The attendees were grateful of the beautiful plants they were able to take home by playing bingo or in a ticket drawing. We will miss his loud voice, his friends all knew when Roel was around as soon as he would start talking. I would tease him and tell him he did not have low on his voice only loud and louder. He would always laugh. He was a good friend of our family for a little over 30 years. He will be missed. Gone but we will never forget him.
Imelda & Booty PerezKinsgville, TX