Leon, Miguel A.

November 28, 1960 - September 8, 2020

Miguel Angel Leon (Mick or Mike), age 59, passed away September 8, 2020.

Born November 28, 1960 in El Paso, Texas. Lived in Allen Texas. Graduated Cum Laude from University of Texas at Dallas with Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.  He worked 30 years for State Farm Insurance as an Insurance Adjustor.  Miguel was a member of St. Jude Catholic Church.

Survivors include his wife and sons- Marie, Andres and Nicolas. He is also survived by his siblings Salvador Leon (San Antonio, Tx), Carlos Leon (El Paso, Tx), Jorge Leon (Florida), Fred Leon (Ft. Worth, Tx)  and Patricia Leon Walker (Reno, NV)  . Miguel was preceded in death by his parents Salvador Leon and Abelina Leon.

A private virtual service/memorial will be held on November 27 with close friends, and coworkers and with family on November 28.

In Lieu of flowers, Memorial contributions are welcomed at the following:

  1. Contributions toward his two sons’ education
    1. RBFCU Credit Union routing number 314089681   Account 214384226
  2. Contribution toward a tennis scholarship. Miguel played from the time his father taught him until his passing.


Please send your tax-deductible donation to the Southwest Tennis Foundation, indicate it is to be used for El Paso Junior Scholarships along with the GIFT CONTRIBUTION FORM to:

Greater El Paso Tennis Foundation
c/o ‘Donation’
1 Tennis West Lane
El Paso, Texas 79932
on behalf of Miguel Leon

Miguel was very much loved by family, friends, and co-workers alike. Miguel’s kind heart and witty remarks will be missed!!

Arrangements under the direction of:

ARIA Cremation Service and Funeral Home
19310 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75252
(214) 306-6700

11 replies on “Leon, Miguel A.”

Lea Sims says:

Our family send condolences and pray for your strength during this time and for the days to come. Mike and I worked together for several years. He was so kind and funny. Considerate of others and always displayed a gentle spirit. He knew just what to say to lighten the mood and put a smile on my and others’ face. He will be missed!

Stephanie K Leon says:

I will always remember Mick’s smile and quiet ways. He was always so kind. I will miss him very much. My prayers and thoughts are with you Marie and the boys.

Michelle Li says:

You and your family are in my heart and mind. My condolences.


Our prayers and thoyghts awre 3wiwth you and your family at this sworrowful time.

Nafeisa Shukair-Farley says:

Sending prayers, love and hugs.

LiAnne Brown says:

Dear Marie,

Our hearts go out to you and your dear family during this sorrowful time. Please accept our deepest condolences and prayers for your loss. Mike was so kind and sweet and will be missed by all. Take care.


The Brown-Webster Family

Vickie Mcgovern says:

Marie, we were saddened to hear of the passing of your husband. Our deepest condolences go out to you and your family

Carrie Tousant says:

I worked with Mike for several years at State Farm. He was a wonderful person. The family will be in our prayers.

Puneeta says:

Dear Marie. I am so sorry about your loss. My Heart goes out to you and your boys. Knowing how strong you are, I know you will come out strong through this. I’m here for you if you need a listening ear.
Deepest condolences my dear.

Wendy Rediger says:

Words simply will never be able to express how much I will miss Mike. He was much more than a co-worker, he was my friend. A true friend. I am going to miss his funny comments, serious talks and his overall presence in my daily life. He has touched MANY people. He made me a better person, just knowing him. I will leave this with the words he used to close out every day. Good Talk, my friend, GOOD TALK!

Nancy Stevens says:

Mike had a gift of making you feel like you were the only person in the room when he visited with you. You immediately felt the warmth of his friendship and could hear the sincerity in his voice. It made Mike happy if he could bring a smile to your face. His soft spoken demeanor and ability to calm you down after an unpleasant conversation with a customer was comforting. He encouraged you to achieve your goals and he was always willing to help others learn and grow in their careers. Though I only worked with Mike for two years he made me feel like I knew him forever and I was immediately in his circle of friends. We miss Mike deeply. We miss his smile. We miss laughter. And we miss him!

Good friends are hard to find, harder to leave and impossible to forget!

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