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Jose Manuel Hernandez Moreno

August 20, 1977 ~ April 27, 2020 (age 42)

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Life Story

"La familia es como la música, algunas notas altas, algunas notas bajas, pero siempre una hermosa canción." – Anónimo

La pasión es tan importante en la vida. Algunos tienen pasiones por las carreras, los viajes o ciertas aficiones. Para un hombre, sus pasiones eran algunas de las más puras. Su corazón creó música hermosa y significativa, y con ese mismo gran corazón, amaba a su familia con todo lo que tenía. José Manuel Hernández Moreno, un amado esposo, hijo, padre y abuelo, pasó su vida mostrando a su familia su profundo amor mientras mostraba a los demás su amor por la música.

El sábado 20 de agosto de 1977, nació un niño de sus padres encantados, José Manuel Hernández Sánchez y Amalia Moreno. Desde el principio, José mostró tal amor y devoción a su familia. Se esforzó por ayudar a su familia de todas las maneras que pudo, incluso cuando era joven. Su determinación de servir a su familia nunca cambió a medida que crecía, sino que se fortaleció. Se casó con su esposa, Estela Flores, y tuvo tres hijos maravillosos: Jason, Liliana y Nataly. Uno de sus objetivos de vida era comprar una casa grande donde su familia pudiera vivir todos juntos. Estar juntos y no perder nada en la vida de sus hijos era importante para José. Su amor se extendió más allá de su esposa e hijos a sus cuñadas, sobrinas, sobrinos, y por supuesto a su pequeño nieto, Jason Hernández, Jr. Cuando no estaba hablando o ayudando a su familia, José persiguió otras pasiones como animar a su equipo de fútbol favorito, Club America, y disfrutar de carnitas con un Miller Light, tequila o Jack Daniels. Sin embargo, una de sus mayores pasiones era la música. Cuando vivió en México, José aprendió a tocar música de mariachi en su guitarron en la Plaza Garibaldi, el hogar de la música de mariachi. Tocó con un grupo de mariachis y esperaba algún día tomar una residencia y regresar a Garibaldi. La música significaba tanto para José, y la misma alegría que la música le trajo, compartió con los demás. José era conocido por ser un hombre pacífico que optaba por amar en lugar de odiar a los demás. Fue un ángel en la tierra, y el lunes 27 de abril de 2020 en Carrollton, Texas, se convirtió en un ángel en el cielo que todavía cuida y cuida a su familia con su gran corazón dorado. La familia de José ha sido bendecida por conocer a un esposo tan amoroso, un padre dedicado y un músico maravilloso.

A José Manuel Hernández Moreno le sobrevive su esposa, Estela Flores; sus hijos, Jason Hernández y su esposa, Anell Luviano, Liliana Hernández y Nataly Hernández; su madre, Amalia Moreno; y su nieto, Jason Hernández, Jr. José Manuel Hernández Moreno es precedido en la muerte por su padre, José Manuel Hernández Sánchez.

José tenía un gran corazón, y amaba mucho a su familia. Crió a su familia y les dio una buena vida. Su amor y su legado nunca serán olvidados por los que más amaba.



“Family is like music—some high notes, some low notes, but always a beautiful song.” – Anonymous

Passion is so important in life. Some have passions for careers, traveling, or certain hobbies. For one man, his passions were some of the purest. His heart created beautiful and meaningful music, and with that same big heart, he loved his family with all he had. Jose Manuel Hernandez Moreno, a beloved husband, son, father, and grandfather, spent his life showing his family his deep love while showing others his love of music.

On Saturday, August 20, 1977, a little boy was born to his delighted parents, Jose Manuel Hernandez Sanchez and Amalia Moreno. From the beginning, Jose showed such a love and devotion to his family. He strove to help his family any way he could, even as a young man. His determination to serve his family never changed as he grew up—instead, it got stronger. He married his wife, Estela Flores, and had three wonderful children: Jason, Liliana, and Nataly. One of his life goals was to purchase a large house where his family could live all together. Being together and not missing a thing in his children’s lives was important to Jose. His love extended past his wife and children to his sisters-in-laws, nieces, nephews, and of course his little grandson, Jason Hernandez, Jr. When he wasn’t talking to or helping his family, Jose pursued other passions like cheering on his favorite soccer team, Club America, and enjoying carnitas with either a Miller Light, tequila, or Jack Daniels. However, one of his greatest passions was music. When he lived in Mexico, Jose learned to play mariachi music on his bass at the Plaza Garibaldi, the home of mariachi music. He played with a group of mariachis and hoped to one day take up a residency and return to Garibaldi. Music meant so much to Jose, and the same joy that music brought to him, he shared with others. Jose was known to be a peaceful man who chose to love rather than to hate others. He was an angel on earth, and on Monday, April 27, 2020 in Carrollton, Texas, he became an angel in heaven who still cares for and watches over his family with his big, golden heart. Jose’s family has been blessed to know such a loving husband, a dedicated father, and a wonderful musician.

Jose Manuel Hernandez Moreno is survived by his wife, Estela Flores; his children, Jason Hernandez and his wife, Anell Luviano, Liliana Hernandez, and Nataly Hernandez; his mother, Amalia Moreno; and his grandson, Jason Hernandez, Jr. Jose Manuel Hernandez Moreno is preceded in death by his father, Jose Manuel Hernandez Sanchez.

Jose had a big heart, and he loved his family a lot. He raised his family and gave them a good life. His love and his legacy will never be forgotten by the ones he loved most.

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Services

Visitation
Thursday
April 30, 2020

4:00 PM to 8:00 AM
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Funeral Service
Friday
May 1, 2020

2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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