Adolfo Tito Fonseca

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Adolfo "Tito" Fonseca

January 31, 1946 - October 07, 2018

Memorial service for Adolfo Tito Fonseca, 72, of Hidalgo, will be conducted at Crosier Pearson Cleburne Chapel on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Gathering of family and friends will begin at 1 P.M. with a celebration of life service to start at 2 P.M., Father Sergio will officiate. Please join us afterwards at 7732 Hwy 171 S., Grandview, TX. We will come together at his home for a time of fellowship and as he would say; Dilly-Dilly.

Mr. Fonseca passed away October 7, 2018, at his home. He was born on January 31, 1946 in Hidalgo to Francisco & Mariana Vargas Fonseca. He married Juana Salas on July 2, 1965 and grew their family of two to nine. He was a machine operator for Johns Manville Company. He is survived by his wife of 53 years, Juana Fonseca of McAllen; daughters-Yolanda & Angel Quiahua Fonseca of Waco, Sylvia Fonseca of Waco, Maria & Judge Pineda of Marlin and Rebecca & Coy Cogdill of Cleburne; sons-Pedro Fonseca of Waco, Ernesto & Veronica Fonseca of Cleburne and Daniel Fonseca of Oklahoma; brother-Pedro Fonseca of Hidalgo; sister- Fela Elizondo of McAllen. Tito had numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren who will miss him dearly.

The family would like to thank all the doctors and nurses who cared for our beloved father. A special Thank You for the care and compassion of Freedom Hospice, Kim & Doug for providing our father comfort during his transition to eternity.
Published on October 17, 2018
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Betty Yeary aka Rogers
Oct 18, 2018
So sorry for your loss. Prayers to you and your family....
Linthicum family
Oct 17, 2018
Till you all meet again this is not forever. The spirit leaves the body to go be with the father. Rejoice its a time for celebration he has no worries in the world now and no pain. Those of you in pain may the good Lord bring you peace and comfort at this time but know he doesnt suffer now those left in the world does but not him. Let god lead you on the path to be able to stand next to him once again. We share in this time with you all in your loss as you all are a part of us tho we dont see you all but grew together as body many members Love the whole Linthicum family.