Joe Luis Ybarra
August 1, 1965  -  August 18, 2018

Joe Luis Ybarra

Heritage Funeral Home
301 N. Main
Fort Stockton, TX  79735
Tuesday, August 21, 2018
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St. Joseph Catholic Church
401 S. Main
Fort Stockton, TX  79735
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
10 AM
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Joe Luis Ybarra, of Fort Stockton passed away Saturday, August 18, 2018, in Fort Stockton, Texas at the age of 53 years. He was born on August 1, 1965 in Fort Stockton, Texas, to Joe and Jesusita Ybarra.

Joe graduated in 1984 from Fort Stockton, Texas. He was involved with the community as an EMT, always putting others first. He loved people and enjoyed his job as a deputy sheriff in San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, where he retired after 24 years of service.

Joe is survived by his mother; Jesusita Ybarra, ex-wife; Angie Pacheco, daughter; Erica Ybarra Valenzuela and husband Ross of Kyle, Texas, brothers; Javier Ybarra, Jaime Ybarra, Juan Ybarra, Jerry Valles, sisters; Lisa Ybarra, Eva Marie Ybarra, two grandchildren; Caroline Grace Valenzuela, and Claire Esperanza Valenzuela.

He is preceded in death by his father Joe Moreno Ybarra, Jr.

A special thanks to Israel “Cuate” Vasquez.


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  1. Lisa Ybarra
    San Antonio, TX

    I love you and miss you so much! May you rest peacefully and watch over us from time to time. I will guide and watch over your precious babies! Say Hi to Dad for me.

  2. Sam Bell
    Knickerbocker, TX

    A good man,may you rest in peace amigo

  3. Roy... Randy and Janie Balderaz
    San Angelo, TX

    Our condolences to the Ybarra family. We have known Joe for several years and were blessed to call him our friend. Our prayers are with you all.

  4. Amaris Ybarra
    Monahans, TX

  5. Raymond Olvera
    Stephenville, TX

    My condolences to the Ybarra family you will be truly missed. Big guy

  6. Lindy Lu
    Ballinger, TX

    Joe wasn't just my favorite deputy to dispatch for, he was one of my favorite people. Joe was a true friend who always checked in, asked how your day was, and asked if he could do anything to make it better. If he could do it, he would. He was a wonderful person. Always joking, smiling, and a joy to be around. I pray for Joe's family and those that are missing him. I know there are many. May God comfort each of you and help you through this.

  7. Ivan Molina
    San Antonio, TX

    My deepest condolences to the entire family. I graduated HS with Joe and the thing i remember the most is his easy going and kind personality. Rest in Peace

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