Antonio Lopez, 87, of Angleton passed away with his family by his side on December 22, 2022. Antonio was born on May 10, 1935. in Taft to parents Andres Lopez, Sr. and Josepha Alcorta Lopez.

Antonio “Tony” enjoyed spending time with his wife, of 68 years, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was a man of faith and served his Catholic community through various spiritual mentoring programs for 15 years. He was a devoted City Employee for the Angleton Fire department. He was a huge advocate for Tejano music and shared his passion every weekend through his Tejano Music radio program.

His legacy will live on through his children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Those that preceded him in death include his parents, Andres and Josepha; brother, Simon; sister, Linda; brother, Raymond; sister-in-law, Victoria Lopez; and son-in-law, Ruben Cubillos.

Left to treasure his memory is his wife, Angelina Lopez; children(spouse), Marty (Lydia); Arnold (Sylvia); Theresa (Melissa); Gloria Cubillos; and Rene (Micaela). Brothers and sisters, Amelia Garza; Kelo Lopez; Andres Lopez and Ted Lopez. Grandchildren, Veronica Lopez; Christopher Lopez; Cory Cubillos; Lorraine Lopez; Matthew Lopez; Mercy Lopez and Ryan Lopez. Great-grandchildren, Alicia Lopez; Dominic Scofelia; Leo Lopez and Emory LeBlanc; And several special nieces and nephews.

Visitation will be from 5:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. with a Rosary following at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at Palms Funeral Home. The Funeral Mass will be held at 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 28, 2022, at Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Interment will follow at Angleton Cemetery.

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At the wonderful age of 93 years old, Adolfo D. Lopez went gently into the arms of our Lord on December 30, 2022. He passed away with his family’s warmth and affection surrounding him. Born on June 17, 1929, to parents Antonio A. and Casimira D. Lopez in San Antonio, Texas. Adolfo was a joyful, modest, and gregarious individual. Aldolfo was a straightforward cowboy who adored the hills. The majority of his time was spent riding horses, watching western movies, playing golf, and watching sports, but his true passion was making stunning woodwork for his loved ones. Adolfo also served in the United States Army, demonstrating his commitment to and character in whatever he undertook. Aldolfo is preceded in death by his spouse of 33 years, Maria R. Lopez, former spouses Anita D. Lopez, Mildred D. Lopez, parents Antonio A. Lopez, Casimira D. Lopez, sisters Mary Lopez, Angelita Haas, and Alicia Johnson, brother Tony Lopez, and children Robert D. Lopez, Rogelio D. Lopez, Reynaldo Lopez, Roland D. Lopez, Ruben D. Lopez, Ismael D. Lopez, Rosalinda D. Lopez, and baby Raul D. Lopez. He is survived and will be greatly missed by his loving children, Adolfo D. Lopez Jr., Rosabell Lopez, Rosalie D. Lopez, Tamara Lopez McDonald, Mario R. Lopez, and Martin R. Lopez; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great great-grandchildren. Aldolfo is also survived by his siblings Olivia Rodriguez, Terry Villa, Tillie Brown, and Tomas Lopez. God has blessed our family by allowing us to have him in our lives; he will be missed but never forgotten. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Adolfo Davila Lopez, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

Adolfo López Mateos, (born May 26, 1910, Atizapán de Zaragoza, Mex.—died Sept. 22, 1969, Mexico City), Mexican president (1958–64) who expanded industrial development and agrarian reform.

A librarian and teacher of Spanish-American literature, López began his public career with an assignment to the UN. He was elected federal senator (1946–52) and later appointed secretary-general of the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI). As minister of labour, he was skilled in mediating disputes and helped draft the U.S.–Mexico migrant-labour treaty. Though accusations of corruption clouded his six-year term as president, López increased industrialization, extended agrarian reform laws, stepped up state intervention in the economy, embarked upon major public health programs, and initiated a literacy campaign. Shortly after his presidential term ended, he suffered a severe stroke and lay in a coma until his death.