George Aguilar

George Aguilar
January 12, 1958 – January 13, 2020

The true measure of a man is shown through his life’s journey, in the lives he’s enriched and the legacy of kindness he as given along the way.

George Aguilar has been accepted into heaven with our Lord on January 13, 2020 in Grapevine, TX, surrounded by his family. George was born Jan 12, 1958 in San Antonio Texas, to Policarpio and Delores Aguilar. Born into a military family, he grew up traveling across the United States and Germany with his parents. George graduated from Killeen High School in Killeen, Texas in 1976. He went on to attend Central Texas College and studied Criminal Justice. George lived a life of public service to his community, serving as a Jailer in Killeen, TX, a Corrections Officer in Huntsville, TX, which led to his dream job serving as a Police Officer in Bryan, TX for 34 ½ years. George started with the department in July 1980 as a patrol officer. In more than three decades, Aguilar served on patrol, as a detective and a school resource officer where he was a canine handler for the DARE Program. He was awarded six commendations during his career, as well as a citation and obtained a master peace officer’s license. After his retirement from the Bryan Police department in 2015, he went to work for the Brazos County Associate Courts, as a bailiff until his passing. George always had a smile on his face, a wry sense of humor, loved to dance and listen to Gary Hobbs, go bike riding and was a die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan. He attended every home game (Dallas vs Packers) since 2007 with his son who is a Packers fan.

His parents, Policarpio and Delores Aguilar; a brother, Arturo Aguilar; sister, Rachel Aguilar-Kluck; and a niece, Kendra A Ward, precede George in death. He is survived by three sons Nicolas of Nevada; Michael of California and Gregorio Aguilar of Bryan, TX; his fiancé, Florencia Lerma of Grapevine, TX; a sister, Fatima Aguilar-Ward of Schertz, TX; a brother. Policarpio Aguilar Jr. of Austin, TX; seven nephews, one grandnephew, three grandnieces and three in-laws, Guillermina Aguilar, Garrett Kluck Sr. and Brad Ward.
There is a saying that goes: ‘When all is said and done, if you can count all your true friends on one hand, you’re a wealthy man.’ With so many friends from school (going back all the way to Junior High), Bryan PD and those he met along the way, it is safe to say that George is truly a wealthy man.

The family will begin to receive guests during visiting hours from 11 am until the time of service at 1:30 pm, Friday, January 17, 2020, at the funeral home. Interment will follow in Rest-Ever Memorial Park. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

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  1. My heartfelt condolences, love, and respect to George and his family. It was a blessing to have known and worked along side George in law enforcement. Rest In Peace, brother.

  2. So sorry for your loss he was a great person he was the friendliest and always had a bright smile every time I saw him at school in my school days. May he Rest In Peace and May God give his comfort and peace in this time.

  3. Rest now George. You deserve it. I never told you, but you are the reason I straightened out my life. In 1992, while a student at the 9th grade Lamar campus, you would come and drive by. Spending time to talk to many of us. Once you told me, “These people out here have decided how you’re going to turn out. That’s what they want. To have that control of your life. You have to decide if you want to be what they want or if you want to be something bigger and better to show them”. I’ve never forgotten that. As a former probation officer, I would often quote that to my defendants to help motivate them to make better decisions.

    It hurts that you are no longer here, but I’m confident you’re resting and enjoying things we only hope to enjoy one day too.

    God bless you

  4. George has gone to meet our maker and has lived a great life. George, thank you for being such a great person, officer, father and friend. God Bless you my friend you will be missed but never forgotten.

  5. He Will Be Truly Missed, I Remember Him From Bryan High & Keeping Me Out Of Trouble & I just seen him last year in the courthouse and I hugged him and told take care, he looked fine I didn’t have a clue he was fighting but he was a soldier & always will be the truth My condolences to all his family and immediate family.

  6. I am so sorry for your loss Greg!!! Your daddy is a good man and always had a smile on his face.. May God place rest and peace upon you and all your family!!! God bless ❤️❤️

  7. We are so sorry for your loss, our deepest and sincere sympathies to the entire family. We are lost for words of George’s passing. He was such a calm, high spirited, beautiful man. He had this way with people and how he touched so many lives with his beautiful big smile and heart. Just know we have definitely gained an angel in heaven. You will truly be missed George. We will always remember you and those good old days. Just makes us smile of all the fun we had together. Friends forever until we meet again. WE LOVE YOU! Say Hi to Omar for us.

  8. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen. O Lord, your sorrowing Mother stood by your cross; help us in our sorrows to share your sufferings.

    It has been an honor George and a true privilege to have known you. May you rest in peace now.

  9. My sincere condolences. George was a wonderful person. He was always smiling. I can say he made a difference in alot of lives. He had a great sense of humor, and best personality. Always so happy and smiling. I will miss him dearly. God truly takes the best. Continued prayers to his family.

  10. My heartfelt condolences to the Aguilar family. Officer Aguilar will be greatly missed in our community. I knew him as sincere and honorable man, who treated everyone with the upmost respect. May he rest in the arms of God.

  11. My sincere condolences to the family. George you deserve your place in heaven. Your mother and father as well as yourself and the rest of the Currie Ave. crew were wonderful role models for myself and your little brother Paul (Pol). We would not be the men we have become without you guys. Until we see each other again, and get share some of your mothers heavenly tamales.

  12. I knew George since 1980 when we were policemen at Bryan Police Department. A great man and I am thankful to of talked to him a few months ago. He will be missed, the Lord needed him now. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

  13. Officer Aguilar, I knew him at Bryan High,Its Sad Hes No Longer Here, May He Fly High.i thank him for keeping me and my friends out of trouble. Rest In Peace,My Friend.

  14. My condolences to the family .George was a great man and stayed encouraging me to get on the right track in high school .
    REST IN PEACE

  15. I truly am sorry for your loss, I never did get to thank him for saving my life after arresting me. But he convinced me to receive my GED and I can say I did all due to him. Thank you for his service to all of us..

  16. My deepest condolences to his wife and family, I’m so saddened to hear of his passing he was an amazing man, I went to Lamar when he was the resource officer there and he became a life long friend to me, through the years after high school I would run into him and talk to him about everything he was a role model for not just me but for kids every where. He use to give me such good advice. He was honestly the most genuinely straightforward caring funny person I’ve met, a well respected officer and want to say Thank you for not just his years of service but for the wonderful memories I have to keep with me.

  17. Dear Aguilar Family,
    Officer Aguilar was my friend (along with his DARE pup!), and often my biggest help with struggling students, when I taught at BHS in the mid-90’s. My first year teaching, EVER, was encouraged throughout the school year by his humor, smiles, and uplifting words that made me not give up on my calling to teach. Twenty-four years later, I’m still at it, and Officer Aguilar is still one of my favorite memories of those early years.
    Not only did he encourage me, but he also didn’t give up on the students. They knew he would help and correct them because he cared. Many many times in any given day, I would see students walk by and call out his name or give him a high-five. He was the coolest guy on campus!
    Two summers ago, I ran into Officer Aguilar at the Brazos Court House. He still remembered my name, asked me about my teaching career, and gave me a big hug and smile. He also told me I could now call him George since I had grown up!
    My thoughts and prayers are with the Aguilar family . . . thank you for sharing him with all the rest of us!
    Sincerely,
    Jennifer Poe

  18. I had the pleasure of working with George for 5 years as a Bailiff in our courtroom. Although family law can invoke a lot of strong emotions, George’s personality always had such a calming affect on people. Most people still called him “Officer Aguilar” and you could tell that they recognized a friend when they saw him in our courtroom.

    He never stopped being a cop though. Every time he heard a siren, he would still go to the window to look out and see if he could see where they were headed.

    George was such a good man. He always had a smile on his face and such a positive attitude.

    He will forever be missed and our courtroom will never be the same. We miss you Georgie.

  19. My heart goes to your family! U was such a great friend n person that I knew ! Tell Omar I said hi! May u RIP!

  20. I worked with George when he was SRO at Davila Middle School. He was good with the students I admired his ability to connect with the kids. He was a good man and I am lucky to have gotten to work with him.

  21. It was a pleasure to have met gorge through my sister in Melizza and brother victor he was a very nice person Bryan pd is going to miss a good Colega and mentor

  22. God put George in our lives for a reason. He was one of the greatest men I’ve ever known. I value every second I had with him. A true heart doesn’t go unmissed. He was genuine, kind, honest and his spunk lit up the entire room. You couldn’t not smile when he walked in. He was a very true friend of mine and he will be missed by soo many. Love you, G.

  23. What a great person George was. Always had a smile for anybody. In the halls at school he would see you from a distance smile and wave. Heaven received a wonderful angel.

  24. Prayers for the family, George was a good neighbor, he will be missed! Little Greg will miss him so much, be strong but you will have many great memories that will last forever!! May he R.I.P.

  25. George, I will always see the twinkle in your eyes and the broad smile on your face as I walk through the courthouse and remember you here, and that will bring a smile of remembrance.

    You’ve worked hard and known many people in your life who will cherish their memories of you; now it’s time for your rest. May you find solace and comfort and peaceful joy.

  26. My condolences for the loss a hard working, caring person. He was definitely a fixture of the community, that you could tell he really cared for the city and the people.
    Prayers of love and the comforting arms of God to hold you close during this time

  27. I knew this Man all my life. We ran into each other not long ago, our Son’s with us both. We joined each other for dinner & all had a great time. George was one of the best Men I ever knew, & one of the best examples; in my mind, of a GOOD officer of the law. He’s a credit to his Family, the city of Bryan, & law enforcement in whole across these lands. I offer my heartfelt condolences
    to the Aguilar Family & all who loved George, he will
    be sorely missed…

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