Julio A. Villalobos , (46), passed away on July 31 2021, in Houston, Texas. He was born in El Salvador on July 24, 1975 to Salvador Villalobos and Concepcion M. Pineda.
Julio met the love of his life, MaryAnn Garcia at Jackson Middle School. They started dating in the 7th grade. Julio and MaryAnn got married in Las Vegas in 2007. They had a wedding ceremony and renewed their vows in 2017. The love Julio had for his wife is the kind of love everyone wishes they could find; the kind that you only see in a movie. He did anything and everything to make her laugh and feel loved. He was truly a great man.
Julio was a hard-working man who dedicated his life to his wife and kids. He did everything he could to provide for his family. Whether that was working out of town or driving hours away for work.
Julio was the life of the party. He was a jokester who always brought laughter to everyone around him. Julio was a great father and popo. He was loving and caring not only to his kids but to everyone he met. Julio loved spending quality time with family and friends, especially attending and coaching his kids sporting events.
He loved watching his favorites sports baseball and football. He was a die-hard Houston Astros and Texans fan. Julio enjoyed spending time with his family and attended all the family gatherings. He was also a dedicated father who always participated in his kid’s activities.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and his brother, Wilber Villalobos. Julio is survived by his loving wife of 31 years, MaryAnn Villalobos; his three children, Joseph Villalobos, Malorie Villalobos, and Jaythan Villalobos; 2 grandchildren, Arias Joseph Villalobos, and Jett Alexander Villalobos; brother, Marvin Villalobos; nieces and nephews, and other loving relatives and friends.
A visitation will be held on Sunday, August 8, 2021 from 2:00 pm-8:00 with a rosary to be recited at 5:00 pm. A Funeral Service will be held on Monday, August 9, 2021 at 10:00 am. Services will take place at Integrity Funeral Home 8601 Almeda Genoa Road, Houston Texas 77075 with a burial to follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery.