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Alfred Arevalo

February 17, 1959 ~ June 16, 2022 (age 63)

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Alfred Arevalo age 63 left this earth to be

with his Lord and Savior on June 16th at

Baylor Scott and White Medical center

Waxahachie.

Alfred worked most of his life at Saint

Gobain (formally known as Kerr Glass) in

Waxahachie. He was a member of The

Avenue and enjoyed serving on the safety

team there. He loved his family fiercely and

enjoyed spending time with his

grandchildren, playing with them and

watching them grow. He also enjoyed giving

his two boys a hard time about mowing

their yard and keeping their cars clean :)

His other passions were hunting and

fishing, he always caught the biggest fish or

shot the biggest deer, well so he said. He

was so very happy when his oldest

granddaughter shot her first deer last

season, and would watch the video of her

excitement over and over. He also enjoyed

riding his Harley. He always had a

motorcycle but his dream was to own a

Harley before he turned 60. It was just a

few months before his 60th birthday when

he found his dream bike. He enjoyed

meeting new friends while out riding and

loved the trips he took with old friends. We

had some of the most amazing times on the

road. There is so much more to say about

Al, but it is very hard to condense such a

great life he lived into a short space and he

really enjoyed his life to the fullest even

though he had so many health issues. He

also took pride in all he had; not just

material things which he kept clean and

running and organized, but pride in his boys

and grandchildren - they were a very big

part of his life and still are! He was an

amazing man. If anyone needed anything

he would help anyway he could. We will

miss him until we see him again and I know

we will. We talked a lot about God and our

life here and after with our Lord Jesus. I

encourage anyone reading this to have a

relationship with the Lord. Just be yourself,

you do not have to be perfect to be loved

and accepted by God.

Al was preceded in death by his dad

Reymond Martinez and his brother Samuel

(Bo) Arevalo. He is survived by his mother

Sonora Martinez, brother John Arevalo and

wife Mary and his brother Mike Martinez

and wife Karen. He also has so many

aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and

nephews to mention by name, but he loved

them all. Finally, Al is survived by his wife of

45 years Barbie. His son Chris and wife

Jennifer and their children Morgan and

Konor. His son Zachary and his children

Baelin, Samuel, Charlotte and Avery.

Alfred was an organ and tissue donor and

will have a celebration of life memorial at a

later date. He had always been told since

he was a diabetic he could not be a donor,

but yes he could, and he did!

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