Negrete, Jesse


Jesse Negrete of Dallas, Texas, passed away on Saturday, January 11, 2014. He was 64 years old.

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10 replies on “Negrete, Jesse”

Jennifer Morales says:

My deepest condolences to those who stood by his side in the momments of hard times. Jesse will always be loved, missed, and in our memories forever.

Raul (Guero) Rivera says:

From his stepson Guero, Jesse was a great man with a good heart. I remember coming over and Jesse was always working in the backyard, or in the street with his truck full of scrap. Im sure he made a lot of friends along the way cause Jesse loved to talk! Lol. We had some good long conversation’s about everything and anything. My favorite line that made me laugh was “Here comes the warden”, Jesse was referring to my mom! Lol. I learned a lot from Jesse auto work, remodeling, scraping, and life experiences. Jesse was great with my kids, Anthony, Mackenzie, and Bella. Mackenzie use to call Jesse her “monkey”. Thank you for everything you have done for me and my family, and thanks for making my mama happy. We will miss you dearly Jesse, and I love you very much.

Christine R Cipriano Vela says:

My deepest sympathy to your family

geneva cipriano says:

My deepest sympathy…to My Uncle Chuey, I will always remember you and that big smile, I remember when I was growing up and everytime, I saw you, you would always call me pumpkin. I will never forget you. Love you.

Margarita Gonzalez says:

Jesse has left a great impression in my heart and I will always be thankful. He helped care for my grandpa and my mother when they fell ill and was there until the day they passed. He definitely was a caring person and always wanted to make others happy. Thank you for watching my Joseph when I couldn’t find a sitter. Thank you for walking me down that aisle when I got married. Thank you for teaching me my multiplications. Thank you for filling the shoes of a fatherly role when my biological father didn’t. I am glad he was able to find love and companionship again after the passing of my mom and eternally grateful to Sofia and everyone that made him comfortable and happy until his passing day. Jesse has just been upgraded to that paradise in the sky with a blinged out truck that will never break down. With all my love thank you Jesse.

geneva cipriano says:

My Tio Chuey, i will always love you and miss your big smile.. My deepest sympathy to everyone at this time.

Mandy Meza says:

Ah! Jesse, you were such a good person, and very nice to my Angelyna.You always had something to talk about lol. You always said “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” and its true. Your truck full of scrap and to you it wasn’t trash, everything had a use for. Tio Jesse you will be missed!!!! Rest with the Angels. See you later.

Johnny Gonzalez says:

I could always tell when Jesse was at mom and dad’s house when I called because they were in a happy and lively mood. That’s how Jesse made people feel. We are so lucky to have known him and we will miss him very much.

david meza says:

God bless jesse my lifetime friend, we went from bikes(our bike for 2 was my fevorite memories he pedaled so fast i had to lift my short legs)he also had the first beatle long hair cut to cars(55 chevy our favorite,we raced at yellow belly in 60s)we and he would say he was best mechanics back then and now!,to life and all that goes with it,his heart big and mind open quite a good person on this earth and my best friend in this life and i do and will miss u deeply till i see u again my friend

david meza says:

God bless jesse my friend we went from bikes(my fav was our bike for 2 jesse pedaled so fast i had to pick my short legs up)to cars(our 55 chevy our fav)we raced at yellow belly we are both great mechanics and he would say he was the best back then and now,and we went to life and all it has! jesse my bast friend in this life thanks for being my friend and i do and will miss u deeply till i see you again

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