Jaramillo-Sanchez, Jose L.

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Jose Luis Jaramillo-Sanchez, 24, of Carrollton, Texas, died May 1, 2012. He was born April 24, 1988, in Piedras Negras, Mexico, to Enrique Jaramillo and Hilda Sanchez.

Visitation: 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 6, 2012, in the Brooks Family Chapel at North Dallas Funeral Home. Recitation of the Holy Rosary will begin at 4:00 p.m.

Mass of Christian Burial: 2:00 p.m. on Monday, May 7, 2012, at Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Farmers Branch with a one hour visitation prior to the service at the church. Burial to follow at Hilltop Memorial Park, Carrollton, Texas.

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5 replies on “Jaramillo-Sanchez, Jose L.”

Mary Funk says:

I am a teacher at Newman Smith and I have very pleasant memories about Jose. I was very sad to hear about his accident. I have two sons, one the same age as Jose, and I can not imagine life without him. You are in my prayers. May you find comfort in your memories and your faith.

Laura Hawkins says:

Jose,
I cant believe your gone…..Saturday I saw you and it was like old times. Chatting in front of my moms house. You were smiling and laughing. I remember our group of neighborhood friends ….. We would ride bikes….you always helped my mom and I bring groceries in! I am saddened by your death I wish Saturday you would have opened up to me so I could have told you just how much of a great person you were. Jose you will forevet be in my memories and heart. RIP my sweet friend …….

miguel Zu says:

I still can’t believe ur gone bro. It hurts so much that someone as nice and caring as you can leave us but I know god does it for a reason so plz watch over us and your family will be on my prayers thanks for everything bro. RIP JOSE

Lynette Plaisance says:

My deepest and sincere sympathy goes out to Jose’s entire family. He was such a kind, loving, caring, and giving young man. You all should be proud of the young man he turned out to be. My heart is deeply broken, but God shines on us all to be strong and happy that Jose is going to a better place. He is watching over us all. My daughter Erin introduced me to Jose when they both worked at Tinseltown (Cinemark). Ever since then, he has been close friends with her as well as myself and my mom. He has always been there for us when we needed help with our cars. Fine young man he was. Wow how time well spent with good people seem to touch you and remain with you always. Go in peace to love and serve the Lord and know Jose has gained his wings and will be that angel watching over you ALWAYS!! God Bless, Lynette and Erin Plaisance

Barbara Horn says:

To the entire “Sanchez” family, my name is Ms. Barbara Horn (Erin Plaisance) auntie and I met Jose about 3 or 4yrs. ago through Erin and I became very attach to him he was the most kind, sweet and polite lil guy you could want to be a friend too…he use to call me moms and wait for me to cook some good ole New Orleans food…but keep on praying because God has called another angel home and he knows best, so from me and my family we will always keep your family in our prayers. May God Bless and keep all of you.

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