Jason Saldivar

Jason Saldivar, 40, of Bryan, passed away Friday, November 11, 2011. A Memorial Service is set for 2 p.m. Thursday, November 17 at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan. No public visitation is scheduled.

Jason was born February 24, 1971 in Eldorado, Texas to Joe A. Saldivar, Sr. and Rita Fae Alvarado. He lived most of his life in Bryan, Texas and worked for Rodriguez Tire Shop. Jason spent most of his time restoring old cars and loved fixing them up. He was a member of the Royal Touch Car Club for numerous years. Jason enjoyed watching action movies, fishing, playing bingo and gambling in Louisiana. He also had a great love for music.

Jason was preceded in death by his father Joe A. Saldivar, Sr.

Survivors include his mother, Rita Fae Alvarado; stepfather, Bill Rodriguez, Sr.; son, Jason Micah Saldivar and daughter, Megan Killough, all of Bryan; brothers, Bill Rodriguez, Jr., Clemente Saldivar, Little Joe Saldivar and Conrad Saldivar, Jr.; sisters and brothers-in-law, Jennifer Ann and Joe Garcia III of Bryan, and Loretta and James Dobson of Caldwell; several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and numerous friends.

Condolences

  1. I want to send my condolences to Jason’s family. He will truly be missed. It’s still hard for me to believe he’s gone. Rest in Peace my friend.

    On behalf of myself and Royal Touch Car Club.

  2. This is very sad for me to here of Jason’s passing ,i met him last year he was a patient at St.Joseph,he would always have to have a hot morning cup of coffee and he would have the biggest smile and i knew he was not feeling well that small cup of coffee would make him feel better as we moved about through the hospital and i would always stop and take a warm blanket from a warmer and wrap it around his shoulders and he would smile and always say thanks and say how great the warmth from the blanket felt over his shoulders,Jason was always pleasant and would always say thank you no matter how bad he would feel there was his smile! I’m sorry to hear of his passing,Rest In Peace Jason and i’ll always remember your bright smile and the kind words you spoke! Sorry for your loss!

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