David Casares Jr.

It is with great saddness that we announce the passing of David Casares JR. David passed away on Thursday, May 26th at the age of 74 in Houston, TX. David was the first of his family to attend college, and was a Proud graduate of Texas A&M University Class of 1966. He was most proud of how he opened the door for dozens more family members to attend college. He was a loving father and grandfather; successful business man; and world traveler. He is survived by Mr & Mrs. Emilio Saenz; Mr. & Mrs. David Casares III; Mr. & Mrs. John Casares and four grand children. Services will be held at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Bryan, TX on Tuesday, May 31st at 2pm. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory.

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  1. Dear Jaime,Frank, Estella, & all the Casares Family

    We are thinking and praying for all the Casares family during this difficult
    and sad time. We are so sorry for your loss.

    Scott & Margie Stonehill
    San Antonio, Tx.

  2. Our deepest and most sincere condolences. David was a great Father, Son, Husband, Brother, Brother-in-law and Uncle. He will be dearly missed. To my niece and nephews, his children , CYNTHIA, DAVID III, John, & their families and his SIBLINGS, my brither-in-laws, and sister-in-laws, ANGIE , ESTELA, FRANK, & JAIME , and their spouses, Narciso, Linda, and Norma, and to all his grandchildren, nieces and nephews. May Tio David’s memories live in “OUR” hearts so that we all can find a way to cope with the sadness this brings to all of us during this very difficult time . Always know that he is free from all pain and by our fathers side along with Grandpa David, Grandma Felipa, Tia Lupita, his brothers Andy and “MY” Dearest Rey AND DADDY, Tia Diana , and many other relatives and friends. May he RIP.


  3. Dear Casares family,

    I am so sorry to hear of the death of David. My deepest sympathies are with you in this difficult time. Please know that you are in my prayers.

    Debora Setton

  4. To the Casares extended family

    I did not know of David’s passing until tonight when I saw and heard his name at Aggie Muster. David was a good friend and I had not seen him in a couple of years. I so regret that now. He was truly a fine
    individual who cared about people. I will miss him very much. I am very proud of what he accomplished, especially in helping his family and others get a college education…I so admire that. God speed Brother David.
    Matt Daniel Class of 80


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