Juan Gualberto Lozano Jr., 66, passed away on Saturday, December 15, 2018 in Kingsville, Tx. He was born on September 19, 1952 in Tacoma, Washington to Juan Gualberto Lozano, Sr. and Soila Hinojosa Lozano. Juan graduated Salutatorian from H.M. King High School in 1970, from there he went on to graduate from Texas A&I University with a BA degree in Music. He was a member, chapter president and Alumni of Phi Ma Alpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity, Pi Chi Chapter. He was a Christus Spohn Hospital-Kleberg Volunteer of which, he was the Treasurer. He played piano and oboe for many musicals and opera productions and Texas A&I University and the Harbor Playhouse in Corpus Christi. He was an organist for several local churches and played for numerous wedding and funerals for over 40 years. He was a retired Educator who taught over 29 years at Memorial Middle school, Kleberg Elementary, and Ricardo ISD. In retirement he continued his love for music helping many performers at Texas A&M Kingsville Music Department as an accompanist and mentor.
Juan is preceded in death by his mother, Soila Hinojosa Lozano.
He is survived by his father, Juan G. Lozano Sr., brothers and sisters, Federico (Susan) Lozano, Margarita L. (Luis) Salinas, Ernesto (Del) Lozano, Alberto (Stacy) Lozano, and Jeffrey (Roxann) Lozano.
Rosary will be recited on Saturday, December 29, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., with a Memorial Mass to follow at 10:30 a.m. at St. Martins Catholic Church in Kingsville, Texas.
Services are entrusted to Turcotte-Piper Mortuary, 205 General Cavazos Blvd. Kingsville, Texas 78363.
Mr. Lozano was my 3rd grade teacher at Ricardo ISD. He taught me the best way to do multiplication, I still use it to this day. My condolences to the Lozano family!
Jessica HesterNew Braunfels, TX
Sorry for your loss‼ ꧁'✞'꧂ 'ᴿᴵᴾ' My Deepest
Condolences‼ '❤' From Your Cousin: Maricela Lozano-n-Family 🇳🇴🇷🇹🇭🇪🇷🇳 🇨🇦🇱🇮 🇺🇸🇦 -💙-
Maricela LozanoCeres, CA
My Deepest condolences to the family, he was a wonderful music teacher that taught me at Kleberg school . RIP 🙏🏻
Gloria DeLaGarza LongoriaRiviera, TX
My deepest condolences to the family of a beloved son, brother, colleague, and friend. The world has lost a kind, gentle, talented man in the person of Johnny Lozano. As a man of faith, as Johnny also was, I mourn his loss, but rejoice in all he did while here on this earth, all the lives he touched in a meaningful and lasting way. I celebrate his life and look forward to the time when we will meet again and sit at the feet of the Almighty. 🙏🏿❤️🎶🎹
Thomas W JeffersonChicago, IL
So very sorry for your loss. Johnny was a kind & very talented Man. He will be missed by all. Prayers go out to you!
Fran & Lloyd SchroederKingsville, TX