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Feliciano Alexandro Rosales Obituary

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Feliciano Alexandro Rosales

Corpus Christi, Texas

July 19, 2010 - May 23, 2024

Feliciano Alexandro Rosales Obituary

Feliciano Alexandro Rosales, a young soul full of life and curiosity, departed from this world far too soon on May 23, 2024, at the tender age of 13. Born in Corpus Christi, TX, on July 19, 2010, to Sara Ann Luera and Feliciano Rosales Moreno, Feliciano was a beacon of joy and intelligence in the lives of all who knew him.

Feliciano's passion for science was evident from an early age. He and his brother, Gregorio Ezekiel Luera, shared countless hours working on science projects, exploring the mysteries of the universe with the kind of enthusiasm that only the young possess. His favorite subject at school, science was more than just an academic pursuit for Feliciano; it was a doorway to endless possibilities and discoveries.

In addition to his love for science, Feliciano was an ardent basketball player and a talented drummer. His home was often filled with the sound of dribbling balls and rhythmic beats as he practiced with steadfast dedication. Feliciano's impromptu home concerts brought together family members who delighted in his musical abilities and his infectious spirit.

Feliciano leaves behind a loving family who cherished every moment spent with him. He is survived by his devoted parents, Sara Ann Luera and Feliciano Rosales Moreno; his brother, Gregorio Ezekiel Luera; his grandparents, Corinna Gonzales and Hector Flores; his beloved great-grandmother, Lucy Paree Gonzales; and his grandparents, Feliciano Banda Rosales and Virginia Moreno Galarza. His vibrant legacy will also live on through his aunts, uncles, and numerous cousins, all of whom were touched by his warmth and kindness.

Though his time on earth was brief, Feliciano's impact was profound. He possessed a rare combination of intellect, creativity, and heart that made him truly special. His absence leaves a void that cannot be filled. Feliciano now joins his great- grandfather, Benito R. Gonzales; his first cousin, Christopher Rosales; his uncle, Gabriel Rivera; and his beloved stepdad, Miguel Gonzalez, in eternal rest. Though they precede him in passing, the bond of family endures beyond the veil of mortality. 

Feliciano's journey on earth has ended, but the stories of his adventures and the echoes of his laughter will resonate with us always. We are grateful for the time we were given with Feliciano, for every lesson he taught us, and for the love he shared so freely. His was a life lived with purpose and passion, and though he is no longer with us, his legacy will endure.
 

Feliciano’s family will have a candlelight vigil and balloon ceremony on Sunday, June 16, 2024, at Westside Park in Bishop, Texas, at 7:30 PM.

Feliciano’s family will receive condolences on Monday, June 17, 2024, at Treviño Funeral Home, 3006 Niagara St. @ Port Ave, from 3:00 PM until 9:00 PM, with a Prayer Service to begin at 7:00 PM that evening. A Chapel Service will be held on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, at 10:00 AM, at Trevino Funeral Home. A funeral cortege will depart the funeral home at 11:00 AM for Rite of Committal and Interment at Rose Hill Memorial Park.

To leave your condolences for the family of Feliciano Alexandro Rosales, share your memories, or visit his tribute wall, please go to www.trevinofuneralhome.net.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Feliciano Alexandro Rosales hosted by Trevino Funeral Home.

Feliciano Alexandro Rosales, a young soul full of life and curiosity, departed from this world far too soon on May 23, 2024, at the tender age of 13. Born in Corpus Christi, TX, on July 19, 2010, to Sara Ann Luera and Feliciano Rosales Moreno, Feliciano was a beacon of joy and intelligence in the lives of all who knew him.

Feliciano's passion for science was evident from an early age. He and his brother, Gregorio Ezekiel Luera, shared countless hours working on science projects, exploring the mysteries of the universe with the kind of enthusiasm that only the young possess. His favorite subject at school, science was more than just an academic pursuit for Feliciano; it was a doorway to endless possibilities and discoveries.

In addition to his love for science, Feliciano was an ardent basketball player and a talented drummer. His home was often filled with the sound of dribbling balls and rhythmic beats as he practiced with steadfast dedication. Feliciano's impromptu home concerts brought together family members who delighted in his musical abilities and his infectious spirit.

Feliciano leaves behind a loving family who cherished every moment spent with him. He is survived by his devoted parents, Sara Ann Luera and Feliciano Rosales Moreno; his brother, Gregorio Ezekiel Luera; his grandparents, Corinna Gonzales and Hector Flores; his beloved great-grandmother, Lucy Paree Gonzales; and his grandparents, Feliciano Banda Rosales and Virginia Moreno Galarza. His vibrant legacy will also live on through his aunts, uncles, and numerous cousins, all of whom were touched by his warmth and kindness.

Though his time on earth was brief, Feliciano's impact was profound. He possessed a rare combination of intellect, creativity, and heart that made him truly special. His absence leaves a void that cannot be filled. Feliciano now joins his great- grandfather, Benito R. Gonzales; his first cousin, Christopher Rosales; his uncle, Gabriel Rivera; and his beloved stepdad, Miguel Gonzalez, in eternal rest. Though they precede him in passing, the bond of family endures beyond the veil of mortality. 

Feliciano's journey on earth has ended, but the stories of his adventures and the echoes of his laughter will resonate with us always. We are grateful for the time we were given with Feliciano, for every lesson he taught us, and for the love he shared so freely. His was a life lived with purpose and passion, and though he is no longer with us, his legacy will endure.
 

Feliciano’s family will have a candlelight vigil and balloon ceremony on Sunday, June 16, 2024, at Westside Park in Bishop, Texas, at 7:30 PM.

Feliciano’s family will receive condolences on Monday, June 17, 2024, at Treviño Funeral Home, 3006 Niagara St. @ Port Ave, from 3:00 PM until 9:00 PM, with a Prayer Service to begin at 7:00 PM that evening. A Chapel Service will be held on Tuesday, June 18, 2024, at 10:00 AM, at Trevino Funeral Home. A funeral cortege will depart the funeral home at 11:00 AM for Rite of Committal and Interment at Rose Hill Memorial Park.

To leave your condolences for the family of Feliciano Alexandro Rosales, share your memories, or visit his tribute wall, please go to www.trevinofuneralhome.net.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Feliciano Alexandro Rosales hosted by Trevino Funeral Home.

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