March 18, 1952 ~ September 6, 2020

Born in: Kyle, TX
Resided in: Bryan, TX

Joe was born on March 18, 1952 to Maria “Angelita” and Genaro Sarate in Kyle, Tx. Joe is S.F.A. high school graduate in which he studied auto-body collision repairs. He continued his passion as a career for over 20 years. Joe married Erminia in Feb of 1974 at St Teresa Church. He was a
volunteer for various groups within the community which include The Blue Bonnet Street Rodders, LULAC, CYM, and was a Eucharistic Minister. His interest included working on cars, trucks, dancing to Tejano/Oldies music, and spending time with his loved ones. Joe was a loving son, father, uncle, grandpa, and also godfather to many.
Proceeded his death were his parents, his brother Emilio, his sister Balbina. Survivors include his wife Erminia, son Joe Jr. and Michelle, daughter Audrey and Brandon, Son Antonio and Jovana, three grandchildren Micah, Jayda, Evelyn, numerous nieces and nephews. Also sisters Ecidra, Enselma, Nancy and brother Rudy.
Memorial Services will be Saturday Sept. 26th, 11am at St. Teresa Church in Bryan.

Services

Memorial Service: September 26, 2020 11:00 am

St. Teresa Catholic Church
1212 Lucky St
Bryan, TX 77803

(979) 822-2932
https://www.santateresabryan.com

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  1. I remember joe bring the sweetest person ever. I am so sorry for the loss and praying for the family

    Love, Stacy, Mia and Colson

  2. Condolences to the family of Joe Sarate.May he rest in eternal peace.May the perpetual light shine upon him. Joe was a sweet person. He will be missed by all that knew him.Minnie I am sorry for your loss cuz.God give you comfort.

  3. Our heavenly father has a beautiful sweet angel in heaven with his beautiful smile. Minnie my condolences to you and your family.

  4. Sincere condolences to Minnie and the family. May Joe find peace in heaven. To the family praying for comfort in Gods loving arms

  5. Minnie y La Familia Sarate, Our Deepest Condolences from La Familia Chavez de DFW.
    Joe, May You Rest In Eternal Peace, Carnalito. Please contact me whenever you want, Minnie. Joe is now with his Angels in Heaven, and he will be missed by all who knew him for the great personality that God Gave Him.

  6. “My dear big brother”
    May the peace of our Lord be with you always. I will miss you tremendously. Until we see each other again. I love you always.

  7. “My dear Big brother”
    May the peace of our Lord be with you always.
    You certainly will be missed by everyone you touched.
    Love you always, til we see each other again.

  8. We are so sorry for your loss. We remember Joe from SFA, he was class of 1971, the last graduating class of SFA. It was always good seeing Joe & Minnie at Amigos. When Joe’s health improved several years ago, Minnie and Joe helped our Santa Teresa youth tremendously. Minnie, we admire you for always being by Joe.Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. RIP, our dear friend, Joe

  9. I will always Remember cousin Joe Sarate. As S.F.A. Fastest Running back he was small but very fast. Sorry for your loss Minnie.

  10. Joe my dearest brother no words can say all you did for the family. I know the angel you be came in haven will wait for us to met with open arms.. love brother.. and will miss you so..
    Your big sister..

  11. Joe you will be missed and that smile and always saying hi our neighbors. May the peace of the Lord be with each of y’all in this time Minnie Audrey Tono and Joe Jr…

  12. Our most sincerest condolences to the family! We will deeply miss cousin Joe (Pepe). May he rest in peace.

  13. Minnie, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    He may not be here with you in person, but his love will always stay beside you, around you to protect you through. May God ease the painful period for you. Stay Strong!

  14. Known Joe to be a hardworking man. Did alot for all of his sisters and brother Rudy. Showed all of them right from wrong. That carried over to his two sons and daughter. Always administered nothing but love to all of them. Joe didn’t even seem like a nephew to me. Instead, I thought of Joe just as a very, very close family member. All immediate family members knew and called Joe as “Pepe” growing up. Nothing but fond memories of Joe. Sleep well, Joe, and may God Bless all who are left behind.

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