Raul “Roy” Bosquez

Raul “Roy” Bosquez
May 17, 1926 – April 10, 2018

Roy Bosquez, 91, of Bryan, passed away on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, in Katy. Funeral Service honoring his life 10am, Saturday, April 14, 2018 with visitation beginning at 9am, at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, 3001 South College Ave, Bryan. Interment will be in Bryan City Cemetery. Life Tribute Celebration Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station.

Roy Bosquez was born to Diego and Maria Bosquez in Eagle Pass, Texas. He was employed with Texas A&M Food Services for a number of years. Roy enjoyed cooking and baking for his Aggies. He was most at home baking for his family and friends, seeing the enjoyment they had when eating his baked goods. His love of Texas A&M will be forever remembered for cooking in Sbisa Hall for the thousands of students during his time at A&M. He left A&M and went on to become a meat cutter with Readfields for few years. Roy married the lady who would bless him with a wonderful marriage of 71 years, Margaret Gonzales, and seven children; together they created a home of love. Roy served his church Primera Iglesia Bautista in Bryan as a Deacon and then an Elder. He was an avid fan all Aggie sports and the Dallas Cowboys.

His parents, his sons, Roy Jr, David, and Tommy, his sisters, Josephine and Argelia; his brothers, Diego, Luther, and Lupe; all precede him in death.

His survivors include his wife, Margaret Bosquez; his daughter Becky and husband Arnulfo Fava; his sons, Bob and wife Nancy Bosquez, Michael and wife Karen Bosquez, Richard and wife Lisa Bosquez; daughters-in-laws, Christina Bosquez and Stella Bosquez; his brothers, Frank Bosquez, Ralph Bosquez, Juan Bosquez; his sisters, Stella Garcia, Vickie Lara, Jean Benavidez, Helen Medina, Ester Treaho, Orvelia Castro; thirteen grandchildren, and numerous great and great-great grandchildren; and other relatives.

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  1. You are all in our prayers. What a long life my uncle was blessed by the Lord. Now he lives forevermore in the presence of Jehovah and all the saints and all our beloved family members who have gone before him. We shall meet again.

    Rachel Lawson (Escobedo)
    Holly Springs, GA

  2. My deepest sympathies to all the Bosquez family. The Camarillo’s have always had a great relationship with the Bosquez’s. My dad, Chabelo and Mr. Bosquez were great friends since the mid 1940’s, probably met at La Primera Iglesia Bautista on N Parker and 19th, I am sure they were always discussing the bible. Mrs. Bosquez, Vickie, Jean, Helen and Ester and the rest of the family, I share your grief. Roy Bosquez will continue to live in all of you. Final death doesn’t come until you no longer remember him. Roy(I called him Roy, too), says hi to my Mom and Dad. May God richly bless and comfort you in times like this.

  3. Mrs. Esther and Mrs. Helen – We are sorry to hear of your brother’s passing. Please know that you and your families are in our hearts and in our prayers.

    Charlie and Cindy Ottaway
    Aaron, Rebecca and Allison

  4. My prayers go out to the family and friends of Mr.Bosquez. May the good Lord give you comfort and peace during these difficult times. Amen Your friend, Michael Brown Sr.

  5. Becky,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


    Walter and Beverly Hoke

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