James Edward Garza entered into Heaven on December 1, 2020. He was born July 25 1960 in Ft. Stockton Texas and resided in San Angelo, Texas.He was the loving son of Angelina Galindo Garza and John C. Garza.James graduated from Ft. Stockton High School in 1979. He continued his studies at Angelo State University in San Angelo where he obtained a Bachelor’s of Art in 1984.James worked in management most of his career. His most recent employment was at Starbucks. During his management career he worked for Hastings, Sam Goody, Walmart and Dillard’s.James was an amazing man full of kindness, compassion and a lot of love. He was constantly offering a helping hand to his family, friends and co-workers. His co-workers described James most as a “leader, hard worker, reliable, appreciative, dedicated and thoughtful” individual.James had a passion for bringing his artistic ability to life. He enjoyed hand painting Christmas Villages and transforming his house into Winter Wonderland. Each holiday was momentous by his creativeness.James had a substantial influence with his Starbucks family. Offered a helping hand to his co-workers. Many of them who he cherished as family.Making memories with his son Adrian was part of his everyday life. Their time together included singing, playing board games, watching movies and brushing up on school work. Preparing for Christmas and Halloween were their fondest times together. Both of these festivities included shopping, decorating and celebrating. Spending time with “Muffin” was also a special bonding time.James Garza, was preceded in death by his father, John C. Garza and mother Angelina Galindo Garza, stepmother Esther Rodriguez Garza, and his beloved husband Art Zachary.He is survived by his son Adrian Dominguez and longtime friend Fernando Lerma. His forever and a day family members of the Galindo, Garza, Ramirez, Prado, Almendarez, Rodriguez, Ureta and Gonzales.Visitation will be Monday, from 11:00AM to 1:00PM, on December 7, at Heritage Funeral Home, 301 N. Main, Fort Stockton, Texas 79735. Services will be held at 10:00AM, on December 8th, at Our Lady of the Guadalupe, Downtown Campus, in Fort Stockton, Texas. Burial will follow at the Catholic Cemetery.Occupancy is limited at all locations due to the Coronavirus.