Benito Granado Molina
September 24, 1947  -  March 17, 2019

Benito Granado Molina


Visitation
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
McCamey, TX  ZIP
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
2pm-6:30pm

Funeral Service
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
McCamey, TX  ZIP
Thursday, March 21, 2019
10:00 am

Benito Granado Molina of Lovington, NM passed away Sunday, March 17, 2019, at the age of 71 years. He was born on September 24, 1947 in McCamey, Texas, to Jesus and Eloisa Molina. Benito is survived by his wife, Silbia Sarabia Molina; his son, Benito Rafael Molina and wife Sabrina Molina of Odessa; his daughter, Mariana Elena Molina of Houston; his brothers, Ruben Molina of McCamey, Benjamin Molina of McCamey; his sister, Martha Molina Alvarado of Odessa; and his two grandchildren, Heidi Molinari and Bianca Rae Molina. Benito is preceded in death by his parents; Jesus and Eloisa Molina. Visitation will be on Wednesday, March 20, 2019, from 2pm-6:30pm at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in McCamey, Texas, with Rosary at 6:30pm. Funeral Services will be Thursday, March 21, 2019, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at 10 am in McCamey, Texas, burial to follow at McCamey Cemetery in McCamey, Texas.

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  1. Linda and Michael Melson. Polly and delmer prescott
    Midland, TX

    Sorry we were all out of town for the services but hope the florist did a good job with the sympathy basket. All of our love thoughts and prayers are with you loosing a wonderful father and husband.

  2. Juanita Castro
    Fort Stockton, TX

  3. gary &fran rapley
    Yalewe became, MI

    we became brothers in Vietnam and where brothers for life i will miss you brother Ben.

  4. Gary fran Rapley
    Yale, MI

  5. Lupe Garcia Molina
    Odessa, TX

    My deepest condolences to the family.
    I love you all.

  6. John & Delma Molina
    Odessa, TX

    Words will never express how sorry we are.
    May your heart be filled with wonderful Memories of your time together. We will keep you and kids in our Prayers .

  7. Alicia Ramos Keelin
    Bandera, TX

    Benito, who played for the McCamey High School Badgers football team, was known as "The boy with the golden toe."
    My heart is filled with sorrow. I miss you, Benito, my beloved cousin.

  8. Joe & Estella Molina
    Odessa, TX

  9. Lupe
    Odessa, TX

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