Rev. Jose Jaime Hinostroza

January 20, 1961 – August 18, 2019

Rev. Jose Jaime Hinostroza, 58, of Bryan, went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, August 18, 2019. Visitation will be from 6-8pm, Friday August 23, 2019 at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Center in Bryan. Funeral services will be at 3:00pm Saturday August 24th at Victory United Pentecostal Church, 13107 State Hwy 30, College Station, Texas. Interment will be in Memorial Cemetery of College Station. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.

Jose was born on January 20, 1961 in Cuidad Acuna, Mexico to Jaime Ortiz Hinostroza and Margarita Jaquez Hinostroza. He graduated from University of Houston. Jose mentored and shared the Gospel throughout his life as a Pastor. Most recently he officiated at his church, Pentecostal Iglesia Nueva in Bryan. He was devoted to his family and his church. Jose always had kind words for others and never met a stranger. He had a passion for the souls of others and their salvation. He rejoiced in giving advice to families, pastors and friends, always being positive, no matter what the circumstances were. He loved music, and was an avid sports enthusiast especially when it came to the Texans. Jose’s greatest passion in life was his ministry and his family. He always had a positive attitude and outlook on life, even when he got lost no the way to preach. His faith surpassed any and all trials and tribulations he faced. Jose also had a terrific sense of humor and often joked about his manicures and pedicures, as well as his spiked hair. He was a blessing to all who knew him. During Jose’s last two weeks with us, he showed immense love and compassion as he fought hard, never to complain about his sufferings. He has long awaited this journey home and is now rejoicing with our Heavenly Father.

Jose is preceded in death by his brother Alvaro Hinostroza.

Jose Jaime Hinostroza is survived by his his wife; Zef Hinostroza; his parents; Jaime Ortiz Hinostroza and Margarita Jaquez Hinostroza,son, Jaime Josue Hinostroza, and his two children, Camila and Isabella; his daughter, Jeanette Marie Hinostroza and her two children, Michael Anthony and Gabriel Zavala; Leticia Sanchez, her husband Luis and their children, Jacob Luis and Liz “Gordita” Sanchez; Alejandro Bosquez, Jr. and April Lynn Bosquez. He is also survived by his sisters; Martha Cecilia Wilhelm, her husband James; his sisters Marivel Perry, her husband Larry and Sonia Margarita Hinostroza DeLauier; and many nieces nephews and cousins.

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  1. So sorry for your loss. May Jesus comfort and strengthen you all. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Rev. and Mrs. Don Clenney

  2. So sorry to hear about Brother Jose passing. I had a chance to teach and coach him at Stroman High School Victoria, Texas. He was a good student and athlete. Condolences to his family. R. I. P., Jose.

  3. Bro Jose Hinostroza was one of the finest men of God that I’ve ever had the privilege of knowing. R.I.P. brother.

  4. I admired JJ Hinostroza ] for his strength of character and faith. I will continue to be inspired by the actions hetook and the things he said while hewas alive. He will live in my memories. Admiré a JJ Hinostroza] por su fuerza de carácter y fe. Seguiré inspirándome en las acciones que realizó y las cosas que dijo mientras estaba vivo. Vivirá en mis recuerdos.

  5. Pastor José Hinostroza will always be remembered at Iglesia Betél Houston, pastor Gumaro Sarreon and congregation with much fondest. Our thoughts and prayer are with the family and pastor Hinostroza’s congregation.

  6. Pastor Hinostroza will always be remembered at Iglesia Betél Houston , pastor Gumaro Sarreon and congregation. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and with Pastor Hinostroza’s congregation.

  7. On behalf of my family and my entire church. We share are deepest condolences. We will lift you and your entire family and friends up in prayer.

    -Pastor Enrique Martinez & Promised Land Pentecostal Church
    Denver, Colorado

  8. Un gran hombre de Dios, amigo de muchos años, aún en sus tiempos difíciles siempre estuvo positivo y tenia un buen sentido del humor. Siempre estarás en nuestro corazón mi hermano Inostroza. Nuestras más sinceras condolencias a la familia. Que Dios traiga consuelo y paz a sus vidas.

  9. The short time I knew Jose I found a tremendous love in his heart. I will turely miss my friend and brother in Christ. God Bless a wonderful famil

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