Top Banner for Julio Trevino Marines, Jr. Obituary
Julio Trevino Marines, Jr. Obituary

Brought to you by Carnes Funeral Home

Julio Trevino Marines, Jr.

South Houston, Texas

April 1, 1956 - October 27, 2023

Julio Trevino Marines, Jr. Obituary

Julio Treviño Marines, Jr. went to be with our Lord on October 27, 2023. He was 67 years young.


Julio was born on April 1, 1956, in Robstown, Texas to Julian G. Marines and Lydia Treviño Marines. He was known by other aliases. Cune, Cunnie, The King, Pops, Dad, Grandpa, Papa, Babe, my Love and many other names that were special to him.


Julio graduated from John H. Reagan High School class of 1976. He was a member of ROTC and went on to serve in the United States Marines where he was honorably discharged. Julio graduated from The Millwrights school, and he also attended University of Houston Downtown pursuing a BA in Art. Julio was a master of trade in Carpentry and Cabinet, He was most recently an electrician apprentice. He also had many other trades and his hobbies included building and restoring hot rods, custom painting, mechanics, and most of all he enjoyed spending time with his children barbecuing, fishing, water sports, and building paper airplanes.


Julio was baptized and a member of University Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas. He will be remembered for being an easygoing guy, he was always willing to help anyone and everyone. He could carry on a conversation for hours about any subject. Above all he would always be involved with all his children, young and old.


He is preceded in death by his father, Julian G. Marines and Lydia Treviño Marines.


He is survived by his loving wife, Elizabeth A. Marines and children, Mariska J. Marines, Ahrianna R. Marines, De’Angelo B. Marines, Sophie G. Marines, Joe A. Marines, Francisco R. Marines; first wife, Lucia G. Marines and children, Julio Marines II, Andrea V. Martinez, Richard V. Marines and wife Lydia T. Marines; grandchildren, Gabriel Martinez and wife Jenny Mosqueda; Mae Marines; Winter Marines, Julian Marines, and Gabriella Alvarado; great- grandchild, Ruby Martinez; brother and sisters, Noelia Hernandez, Estella Marines, Erasmo Marines; godchildren, Soledad Ayala, Juan Villalvazo, Sebastian Vega, Melody Ayala, Agustin J. Ayala (Pez), Abigail Ayala, Gabriela Puga; aunts and uncles, Emilio and Betty Reyes, Roland and Elva Reyes, Robert and Linda Reyes, Lupe Leal and countless cousins and many friends and acquaintances.


Funeral Services will be held on November 2, 2023, at Carnes Funeral Home South Houston 1102 Indiana Street South Houston, Texas 77587. The viewing will be held from 1:30-3 pm with Services at 3pm with Steve Austin and Kris Southward officiating.


To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Julio Trevino Marines, Jr. hosted by Carnes Funeral Home.

Julio Treviño Marines, Jr. went to be with our Lord on October 27, 2023. He was 67 years young.


Julio was born on April 1, 1956, in Robstown, Texas to Julian G. Marines and Lydia Treviño Marines. He was known by other aliases. Cune, Cunnie, The King, Pops, Dad, Grandpa, Papa, Babe, my Love and many other names that were special to him.


Julio graduated from John H. Reagan High School class of 1976. He was a member of ROTC and went on to serve in the United States Marines where he was honorably discharged. Julio graduated from The Millwrights school, and he also attended University of Houston Downtown pursuing a BA in Art. Julio was a master of trade in Carpentry and Cabinet, He was most recently an electrician apprentice. He also had many other trades and his hobbies included building and restoring hot rods, custom painting, mechanics, and most of all he enjoyed spending time with his children barbecuing, fishing, water sports, and building paper airplanes.


Julio was baptized and a member of University Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas. He will be remembered for being an easygoing guy, he was always willing to help anyone and everyone. He could carry on a conversation for hours about any subject. Above all he would always be involved with all his children, young and old.


He is preceded in death by his father, Julian G. Marines and Lydia Treviño Marines.


He is survived by his loving wife, Elizabeth A. Marines and children, Mariska J. Marines, Ahrianna R. Marines, De’Angelo B. Marines, Sophie G. Marines, Joe A. Marines, Francisco R. Marines; first wife, Lucia G. Marines and children, Julio Marines II, Andrea V. Martinez, Richard V. Marines and wife Lydia T. Marines; grandchildren, Gabriel Martinez and wife Jenny Mosqueda; Mae Marines; Winter Marines, Julian Marines, and Gabriella Alvarado; great- grandchild, Ruby Martinez; brother and sisters, Noelia Hernandez, Estella Marines, Erasmo Marines; godchildren, Soledad Ayala, Juan Villalvazo, Sebastian Vega, Melody Ayala, Agustin J. Ayala (Pez), Abigail Ayala, Gabriela Puga; aunts and uncles, Emilio and Betty Reyes, Roland and Elva Reyes, Robert and Linda Reyes, Lupe Leal and countless cousins and many friends and acquaintances.


Funeral Services will be held on November 2, 2023, at Carnes Funeral Home South Houston 1102 Indiana Street South Houston, Texas 77587. The viewing will be held from 1:30-3 pm with Services at 3pm with Steve Austin and Kris Southward officiating.


To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Julio Trevino Marines, Jr. hosted by Carnes Funeral Home.

Events

Event information can be found on the Official Obituary of Julio Trevino Marines, Jr..