Jerry Succa went home to be with Jesus on September 3, 2021, at the age of 64.
Jerry was preceded in death by his mother Maria Aguero Succa. He is survived by his wife Angie Gomez Succa; his father Pete Succa; his brothers Eddie and his wife Carmen Succa, Larry and Mirna Succa; his daughters Holly and her husband Robert Chapa, Desiree and husband Tony Faz; his grandchildren Chloe Lynn and Claire Chapa and Juliana Michelle and Evelina Lyla Faz.
He is also survived by his extended; children; Arnie Gomez, Amy Porras, and husband Billy and Anthony Gomez; his extended grandchildren Jazmine Reyes, Jayden Gonzales, Nikki, Krystal, Kendrick, and Kriselda Porras.
Jerry was a very humble, caring, and giving person. Always doing for others. He graduated from JD Nixon High School in 1976. He also received his bachelor's degree in Laredo. He was a retired Border Patrol agent having served 27 years. He was an active member of Peoples Church serving as a security guard and also on the prayer team. He was currently employed as a court security officer at the Federal Court House in Pecos, Tx.
Jerry was the type of person that gave a 100% at whatever he did. Whether it be cooking BBQ for his family or working on a house project. He always did everything out of love. He was a big enthusiast of cars, fishing, watching his Christian shows, and of course Netflix.
Jerry exemplified what it was to be a great provider, serviceman, protector, and Christian. One of his greatest accomplishments was being an incredible father and grandfather. The Lord blessed him with children and grandchildren that adored him. Although no longer physically in this world, his legacy will be carried and celebrated through his family and friends. All who were influenced by him are all for the better and are forever thankful to have shared in his presence and love.
Visitation will be September 9th, 2021 from 1PM - 8PM at Peoples Church in Fort Stockton, Texas. Funeral service will be September 10th, 2021 at 10AM at Peoples Church in Fort Stockton, Texas with graveside following at East Hill Cemetery, Fort Stockton, Texas.