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Porfirio "Pilo" Aguilar Sr.
May 12, 1955 ~ October 26, 2023 (age 68) 68 Years Old
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Porfirio Aguilar, (Pilo) Sr., stepped into eternity on October 26, 2023, at his residence. He went to be with our Lord and Savior. Pilo closed his eyes here to open them in Heaven. He was born in Robstown, Texas, on May 12, 1955, to Marciano and Cruz Porfiria Aguilar.
Pilo is survived by the love of his life, Oralia Molina Aguilar, who united in marriage on May 12, 1978. Other survivors include Son, Porfirio (Jesse) Aguilar, Jr. (Francesca), Son, Felix Michael Aguilar (Samantha), and Daughter, Jennifer Marie Aguilar Moore (Draven). Pilo and Oralia were best friends, husband and wife, and each other's favorite people for the last 45 years. In addition, he had 14 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter, who were the light of his life; Elizabeth Marie Aguilar, Aracely Yasmin Aguilar, Adriana Marie Aguilar, Alisa Rose Aguilar, Alina Anahí Aguilar, Angelica Daisy Aguilar, Ezra Desmond Aguilar Moore, Skyus Areli Moore, David Begley, Cody Stewart, Michelle, Jacob, Mauricio Rojas, Isabella Rose Overgard; and great-granddaughter Octavia Marie Overgard. Pilo’s surviving siblings are sisters, Pilar Guerrero, and Freer Texas. Elizabeth Aguilar, Robstown, Texas. Brothers Juan Aguilar of Robstown Texas and Joe Aguilar of Comfort, Texas.
Pilo worked for Henry Griffin Construction for 25 years, and he worked for Whataburger as a Manager in the Corpus Christi area and the rest in Ingram and Kerrville, where he later retired.
His hobbies included cooking, gardening, and hunting. His passion was listening to God's word and worship songs daily. He taught his grandchildren that one's journey in life is first to give your heart to God and care for your family, and everything else will prosper. That is how he lived his life. Pilo was a member of The Salvation Army Church, here in Kerrville.
Memorial contributions are to be made, in lieu of flowers, to the Salvation Army Pantry and Boys and Girls Club to which he was an avid Volunteer.
Porfirio’s family would like to extend their thanks to Embrace Hospice and nurse Janette Muecke for her tender, professional care.