Hector Garcia Robledo of Fort Stockton passed away Wednesday, December 5, 2018, at the age of 61 years. He was born on October 29, 1957 in Fort Stockton, Texas, to Victor and Maria Robledo.
Hector was a loving father, grandfather, and son. He never met a stranger that he didn’t like. He lit up the room wherever he was. He always had a smile, a joke to tell to everyone. He would put a smile on your face no matter what he was going through. His children and grandchildren were the light of his life. Hector loved to play softball and baseball. That was one of the greatest times of his life. His wit and funny character will be missed by everyone.
Hector is survived by his mother, Maria Garcia; his daughters, Marissa A. Robledo Trujillo and husband Saul of Midland, Hayley Robledo of San Angelo; his sons, Jerral R. Robledo of Fort Stockton, Derral R. Robledo of Fort Stockton; his brothers, George Robledo, Freddie Robledo, Jimmy R. Robledo, Michael Robledo; his sisters, RoseMary Robledo, Martha Cantu, Celina Robledo; his grandchildren, Adrianna Lujan, Aden Rey Trujillo, Jerral Robledo Jr., Zyriel Robledo, Elora Robledo, Aislynn Robledo.
Hector is preceded in death by his father, Victor Robledo; his brother, Johnny Robledo.
I did not personally know Hector, but I was born 3 months before him and had I continued to live in Ft Stockton growing up, we might have been friends. My condolences to you and your family. I'm sure my brother Bill shuttleworth knew him.
Peggy CorbettCibecue, AZ
CCo ndolences to the family of Hector may God comfort you all at this time with family and friends around you
Velma CasasFort Stockton Tx, TX
Mijo--Tio Luis,here---I remember how you and Johnny played baseball--compete against each other--played batman/robin and made us laugh while your Dad/Mom acknowledged--cannot think of you any other way---Its just a "change of worlds" mijo--we'll be with you--Rest Easy---Tio Luis---El Paso,Tejas--Si Senor....
JoeLuisSanchezEl Paso, TX
Words are hard to find. From my very first boyfriend in 4th grade to becoming husband and wife years later. You brought laughter and tears and laughter through tears. I will choose to remember the wonderful times that we shared. And, I will be forever grateful that God showed me your heart. And, as you always said.....sleep with angels.
Sue Upshaw GronaMt. Juliet, TN