May 15, 1958 ~ July 14, 2022

Born in: Giddings, Texas
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

Louis Muniz, Jr. passed away at MD Anderson on July 14, 2022 at the age of 64. He went peacefully with his children by his side.

A visitation will be on Sunday, July 17, 2022 from 4:00 p.m – 6:00 p.m. with a rosary beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan. A Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Bryan on Monday, July 18, 2022. Interment will follow at Giddings City Cemetery.

Louis was born to Louis E. and Andrea Muniz on May 15, 1958, in Giddings, Texas. The second oldest, he grew up with three brothers and two sisters. He attended school in Giddings and graduated from Giddings High School. Louis started working at a young age. His first job was shining shoes at the local barbershop and then he worked for Ruben Schneider Motor Co. After high school, he was employed as a sheet rocker in Houston. He then worked for his father at Muniz Electric where he learned his trade as an electrician. He then worked for H.B. Zachry before starting what would be his career at Texas A&M University. Louis recently retired after serving over 30 years at Texas A&M University. While at Texas A&M, he worked at the Physical Plant, then later became the Facilities Coordinator for the Department of Chemical Engineering. While working in Chemical Engineering, Louis received many awards and recognitions.

Louis was an adventurous and daring person growing up. As a youngster, he attempted many Evil Knievel stunts on his bike. His next more daring adventure was bull riding. He also enjoyed his bowling leagues and many softball tournaments. Louis loved sports, especially any Aggie sport and the Astros. Most of all, he was the biggest supporter of any team that Mandy and Matthew were on. He also enjoyed fishing, golf and poker with his buddies, and could tell you many stories about their good times at the river cabin and poker nights. If you would ask anyone that knew him, they would say that Louis was one of the most selfless people you could ever meet. He never knew a stranger and would give anyone the shirt off his back. To his kids, he was the jack-of-all-trades, and he knew and could do anything, and he always made sure to try and accomplish anything for them. His kids were his pride and joy, and he was always happy to tell you about their careers or any story from their childhood.

He is preceded in death by his maternal and paternal grandparents, and his niece Makayla Jane Muniz, and a host of other relatives and friends.

Louis is survived by his two children, whom he loved dearly, Mandy and Matt Muniz. As well as his parents Louis E. and Andrea Muniz, brother and sister-in-law Anthony and Deena Muniz, sister and brother-in-law Teresa and Donald Becker, brother and sister-in-law Robert and Brenda Muniz, brother and sister-in-law Mark and Dora Muniz and sister and brother-in-law Delores and Ron Smith. He is also survived by his many nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles, cousins, and a host of friends.

Memorial contributions may be made to MD Anderson Cancer Center, PO Box 4486 Houston, TX 77210, c/o Lymphoma/Myeloma Clinic in memory of Louis Muniz or St. Margaret Catholic Church in Giddings.

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Visitation: July 17, 2022 4:00 pm - July 17, 2022 6:00 pm

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


Mass of Christian Burial: July 18, 2022 10:30 am

St. Joseph Catholic Church
507 East 26th Street
Bryan, TX 77803

(979) 822-2721


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  1. We will miss you Uncle Louis. Rest in peace now with our Heavenly Father. ❤️


    Todd, LaChelle, Ashlyn & Jhett

  2. Those who knew you You will be missed. You definitely left legacy to remember, you were one heck of a man/ friend that went out of your way and beyond always with a smile no matter what it was you were doing. I was blessed to hv you in my life as a very dear friend , You will always be in our hearts and heaven gained one heck of a angel you are now Pain & cancer free ✝️

  3. First I want to gv my deepest deepest condolences to Muniz Family so sorry for y’all’s lost.
    Those who knew you You will be missed. You definitely left legacy to remember, you were one heck of a man/ friend that went out of your way and beyond always with a smile no matter what it was you were doing. I was blessed to hv you in my life as a very dear friend , You will always be in our hearts and heaven gained one heck of a angel you are now Pain & cancer free ✝️

  4. Rest in Peace in Cousin, though we never saw each other very often, I’m ” Faith-Believing ” you are with your Grandma Rosa and my Mom Mercedes Esparza Reyna’ in heaven… “My flesh and my heart faileth: but God is the strength of my heart, and my portion forever…Psalm 73:26(Amen TYJ).

  5. Our sympathies go out to Louis’ family. He was a fun neighborhood friend in our youth, and a genuinely friendly classmate . Prayers for all.

  6. For the family of Louis, Jr.: My sincerest sympathy in the loss of your beloved Louis, Jr. God’s comfort around is for all you have done to help your community, church & those in need. You have been a pillar of unbelievable faith throughout these past several years as you’ve endured many losses of family members. God has placed you in our midst so that we may emulate your strong trust in our Father’s plan of taking & giving. Your combined strength will carry you along these days of grief & sorrow so that you might continue your own journey for the afterlife to see your loved ones once again. God bless you all for what you represent in the way of family, friends & faith to those around you. You give us the courage to stand tall & falter not when times are tough. No doubt, God has been with you during these trials. I have the greatest admiration for all of you. Louis will represent you well to our Lord.

  7. Louis was always friendly and kind. He fixed my electric range at my home free of charge. Everyone at A&M loved him. He was a talented electrician. Praying for the Muniz family. With deepest sympathy.

  8. Our deepest sympathy and condolences to Louis, children, parents, brothers and sisters. And to his extended family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you

  9. Louis was one of my 6th grade students. He was always hard-working, cooperative, and well liked. I was quite fond of Louis, Anthony, Robert, Mark, and Teresa. I am grieved to hear of his death, and offer sincere sympathy to his children, parents, and siblings.

  10. May the good a Lord embrace you in his arms as you are no longer suffering. You were such a brave fighter through all of this may you family find peace and comfort through the days ahead. Fly high cousin you will be missed greatly. Love and hugs, Mary Kieschnick, Justin, Amber, Julia, Jenna and Cris and family

  11. Rest in peace, Louis Jr., you’re no longer in pain. May God wrap his arms around Mandy, Matt, and your family give them comfort, strength and peace today and the days ahead. You will be missed by many! We love you cousin!!
    Michelle Schuetz & Ronnie Brondo

  12. Our sympathy & prayers to the Muniz family. Louis was a caring and fun classmate. May the Lord give you peace and comfort in the days ahead.
    Calvin & Lynette Patschke

  13. My deepest condolences to the Muniz family . May the lord wrap you all in his arms and bring you comfort and peace during this difficult time.

  14. Mr. Muniz was a great man!
    A hard working Man!
    Always Friendly, always stopped in to say HOWDY!
    I always enjoyed visiting with Him!
    May God Bless Him, and May He Rest In Peace!

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