Lopez, Sabino

Sabino Lopez, 83, of El Paso, Texas passed away on March 12, 2016 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. He was long cared for at his residence by his devoted eldest son, Julio.

Originally from Mexico, Sabino left his home at an early age to seek a better life for himself and family. He was a charming and adventurous soul. A hard worker who would seek opportunities to place his foot forward when it came to self-improvement. He was passionate about education and music. He enjoyed exploring, learning, traveling, playing his guitar and singing. Through his talent of singing, he met and befriended various musicians in Mexico, some famous. Along with his famous counterparts, he occasionally sang on television. They were wonderful occasions enjoyed by his wife and young children.

In the 1960s, he migrated to the U.S. legally where he met his wife, Lita, of 37 years who passed away in 2003. They had five children, all who were devoted to their parents. All who love him dearly and will miss him immensely.

Sabino Lopez is survived by his five children: Julio, Mari, Laura, Alex and Jaime. Along with 12 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. He was a good father who loved his children to the moon and back. His footprint on their souls will remain for eternity. Be at peace.

A visitation will be held on Friday, March 18,2016 from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm with a service immediately following visitation


Please send the family condolences and sign the guest book on this site.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
1820 N. Belt Line Road
Irving, Texas 75061

6 responses to “Lopez, Sabino”

  1. Margarita Lopez says:

    An abundant amount of love is in our hearts for each one of you, our thoughts and prayers are with you primos during such difficult times. May tio Sabino rest in peace. He must be very proud of the wonderful family he raised. Wishing you peace, strength and courage to get you through the days ahead and may his memory live forever in each of our hearts.

    With love and sincere sympathy,
    Your prima Maggie, Angel and Vivi.

    Margarita López.

  2. The Marin Family says:

    God will definitely show you the way to smiling again. I know this experience will change you forever. I hope in the days to come you can remember all the good times you shared with your father and all the love he gave you throughout the years. He is not gone. I know he will be watching over you forever.

  3. Yvonne Macias says:

    For all of you belived cousins, nieces and nephews we give you our sincerest condolences during this very difficult time. May Tio Sabino rest in peace forvever. We are praying for all of you to find the strength and courage in the Lord during this time. You all were his pride and strength that kept him alive for such a long time. My thoughts will be with you guys. With love..

    Your prima,
    Yvonne Macias Lopez

  4. Serena Lyons says:

    My deepest sympathies to the Lopez family. What a wonderful man you had in your life. May your hearts heal and may your dad be in your dad live within you for a lifetime and beyond.

  5. Maria Gracia Ramirez (Lopez) says:

    Words cannot heal a broken heart and the pain that comes with it when our loved ones are no longer visible to us….but the Lord’s promise to us that one day we will all join together and rejoice in his light is what can keep us going and what I am praying will keep all of you going! All our love to you my family, you are in our hearts and prayers.

    Familia Ramirez Lopez
    Oxnard, Ca

  6. Maria Ramirez (Lopez) says:

    All my love to you family, may the Lord grant you the peace and serenity that comes with his promise that one day we will all be together again in his neverending paradise! Our prayers are with you all. Rest in Paradise Tio Sabino.
    Maria Gracia Ramirez

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