DeLeon, Raymond Coronado

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December 11, 1960 - April 14, 2017

DeLeon, Raymond Coronado

Raymond Coronado DeLeon, from Farmers Branch, Texas was born on December 11th, 1960, and passed away peacefully in his sleep after suffering from a long term illness on April 14, 2017 at the age of 56.

Raymond was also known to many people as “The Great One” and as Pappy to his granddaughters.  He was born in Dallas, Texas to his parents – Raymond Anguiano DeLeon and Simona Coronado DeLeon, along with 3 siblings. He is survived by his wife, Carol DeLeon; his three daughters, Amanda Lyn DeLeon, Natalie Simona DeLeon Ayala and her husband, Hector Ayala, Caitlin Rae DeLeon; and his two beautiful granddaughters, Irelyn Elise DeLeon and Novalie Raye DeLeon Ayala.

Raymond grew up in Farmers Branch, Texas with his parents and he had three siblings; two brothers and one sister. He graduated from R.L. Turner High School in 1979 and eventually pursued a career in the glass business, and retired from Southwest Glass in 2013, after 28 years. He lived the majority of his life in Farmers Branch where he raised his own family, and began getting involved with the Farmers Branch Little League. Baseball was his life, among other sports. He was a golfer, and loved to fly fish. He loved nothing more than spending the day outside, when it was hot, taking it easy. He was never rushed and always had a laid-back sense of humor about him. He could and would have a conversation with anyone. He never met a stranger. After so many years of dedication to the Farmers Branch Baseball Association, he was honored with having a new field dedicated in his name. His sweet face will be deeply missed throughout this community.

Visitation and viewing will be on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm, service will begin at 6:00 pm (the casket will be closed) and go until 7:30 pm.  Private family time will begin at 7:30 pm.

We would like to thank the City of Farmers Branch, The Farmers Branch Baseball Association, all of our friends and family for all of the support that we have graciously received during this time.

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R. Flynn

April 25, 2017 9:04PM

My sincere condolences for your loss . May the "God of all comfort "sustain you during this difficult time .


The Perez Family

April 18, 2017 2:12PM

Raymond was such a nice kind soul and an amazing brother, father, and uncle to the De Leon/Casiano family. We're very sorry for your loss and may God bless Raymond and the De Leon/Casiano family during this difficult time.

Jesus and Blanca Perez


Deanna Averett

April 18, 2017 1:50PM

Sorry hearing about your loss.
I met Raymond doing what he loved. Helping and coaching baseball. I went to most games because ny grandson Chad
played ball. Raymond took of his time,energy,and love doing this. I enjoyed see you the family like me watching and talking with you about many things Arkansas also. God Bless you family,relatives, and many many friends like me.
God Bless you Raymond. World lost a great man and Heavens gain. Go in God's Peace all of the ones you left behind.


Bo Lisby

April 18, 2017 10:05AM

Raymond you were like a brother to me and I will never forget all the good times we had. Playing golf, basketball and baseball together. we would tease each other every minute and never got mad at each other. You have an awesome family who loved and cherished you but what's not to love-- Everybody Loved Raymond -that is a true and always will be. It was my honor to know u and your family. Lov Ya Bo


John & Claudia Adamez

April 18, 2017 9:47AM

He was a wonderful and amazing man.
He will be dearly missed.
May God Bless and comfort you and your Family


The Coronado Family

April 18, 2017 7:05AM

May you rest in His Etetnal Love...We love you, Raymond.
-Tio Juan, Tia Elva, Sara, Cynthia & Jacqueline Coronado


Susan Forbes-Eppler

April 17, 2017 10:02PM

Fly high, Raymond....Fly high..!


The Camarse Famikt

April 17, 2017 9:22PM

Remember Ray from the years bith of our boys played in FB Little League. Great guy, always willing to help others. Condolences to his family.


Steve Bradbury

April 17, 2017 8:58PM

Raymond, my old friend, keep your flyrod close by and enjoy that great ballfield that awaits you.
Your are a great friend to all of us and will be missed.
Steve Bradbury


Connie Smith

April 17, 2017 8:10PM

Saying good bye is hard anytime, but when it is you it is harder than ever. You know how much you meant to our family. You knew the history with Jeremy and his real dad and you stepped up and showed him what a real father was like. You allowed him to share your family with you and he felt he was loved. I could never show you how much that meant to me. You will be missed so much, I knew I could always call you for advice or just to talk. You would call and never fail to ask how your boy was. Raymond we love you and know you are in a better place and know that someday God will bring us all together again someday.


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