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Jose Arturo Nuño

Houston, Texas

November 4, 1941 - August 10, 2022

Jose Arturo Nuño Obituary

Jose Arturo Nuno, age 80, was called up to the Kingdom of God on August 10, 2022, in Houston, Texas. He died peacefully in the presence of his wife and family after fighting valiantly with a couple of illnesses, one which was not foreseen by his doctors. He is survived by his wife, Felix Yomar Nuno (née Lopez), his daughter, Marcela Nuno, and his four sons—Carlos, David, Omar, and Oscar Nuno. As well as several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. His funeral service will be held at Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home on Thursday, August 18, 2022, 4-8PM, followed by internment Friday at Woodlawn Cemetery at noon.

Born in Guadalajara in 1941 when the world was embroiled in World War II, Arturo was born at a time when less aggressive and wise people were needed in the world. His calm demeanor and charismatic character allowed him to forge long lasting friendships with anyone he would meet. He had the habit of enriching anyone who struck a conversation with him. He grew up in Tepic, Nayarit. And that's where he had endless adventures in his youth. He would come to enjoy the beautiful beaches of the entire Riviera Nayarit. He was a movie buff. A fan of Hollywood and good cinema. As a young man he loved movies like Casablanca and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. His early favorite actors were Marlon Brando, Clark Gable, Anthony Quinn, and Jack Nicholson. His love for cinema and good TV shows would last his whole life. He didn't go to college but was a lifelong reader, accumulating massive knowledge. One of his pleasures was to go to Barnes and Noble, drink a good coffee and fall into a good book. He got the hang of social media and was very adept in technology.

A baker as his profession, he worked hard to make ends meet. He met the love of his life, Felix Yomar, in the 60s. Love in that era was something else, they were more romantic times. However, looking for a better economic future for his wife and 5 children, and he decided to emigrate to the United States. Armed with great courage, determination, and hard work, he did it. His immediate family relocated to Houston, Texas in the late 80s. With time, he saw the family grow and prosper, daughters-in-law came, grandchildren, great-grandchildren... his family, he would say, was his greatest treasure and achievement. He was very loved. May God have him in his Grace, he will be deeply missed and remembered by all who knew him.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jose Arturo Nuño hosted by Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home.

Jose Arturo Nuno, age 80, was called up to the Kingdom of God on August 10, 2022, in Houston, Texas. He died peacefully in the presence of his wife and family after fighting valiantly with a couple of illnesses, one which was not foreseen by his doctors. He is survived by his wife, Felix Yomar Nuno (née Lopez), his daughter, Marcela Nuno, and his four sons—Carlos, David, Omar, and Oscar Nuno. As well as several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. His funeral service will be held at Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home on Thursday, August 18, 2022, 4-8PM, followed by internment Friday at Woodlawn Cemetery at noon.

Born in Guadalajara in 1941 when the world was embroiled in World War II, Arturo was born at a time when less aggressive and wise people were needed in the world. His calm demeanor and charismatic character allowed him to forge long lasting friendships with anyone he would meet. He had the habit of enriching anyone who struck a conversation with him. He grew up in Tepic, Nayarit. And that's where he had endless adventures in his youth. He would come to enjoy the beautiful beaches of the entire Riviera Nayarit. He was a movie buff. A fan of Hollywood and good cinema. As a young man he loved movies like Casablanca and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest. His early favorite actors were Marlon Brando, Clark Gable, Anthony Quinn, and Jack Nicholson. His love for cinema and good TV shows would last his whole life. He didn't go to college but was a lifelong reader, accumulating massive knowledge. One of his pleasures was to go to Barnes and Noble, drink a good coffee and fall into a good book. He got the hang of social media and was very adept in technology.

A baker as his profession, he worked hard to make ends meet. He met the love of his life, Felix Yomar, in the 60s. Love in that era was something else, they were more romantic times. However, looking for a better economic future for his wife and 5 children, and he decided to emigrate to the United States. Armed with great courage, determination, and hard work, he did it. His immediate family relocated to Houston, Texas in the late 80s. With time, he saw the family grow and prosper, daughters-in-law came, grandchildren, great-grandchildren... his family, he would say, was his greatest treasure and achievement. He was very loved. May God have him in his Grace, he will be deeply missed and remembered by all who knew him.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Jose Arturo Nuño hosted by Cypress-Fairbanks Funeral Home.

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