Bruno Lozano Obituary, Death – Mr. Bruno Angel Lozano, who lived in La Victoria and was 82 years old, passed away recently, and the news of his passing has left us in a state of profound grief. He was able to pass away peacefully within the confines of his own house, surrounded by the people he loved. His wife, Celinda Lozano, is the only person who has survived after him. They had been married for 62 years when they celebrated their anniversary. His children, Hilda (Mauro) Garza, Bruno (Marlinda Corona) Lozano, Melinda Lozano, Velma Lozano, Ricardo Lozano, and Graciela “Yogi” Lozano, are among those who will continue to carry on his legacy after he has passed away.
In addition, he is survived by his brother Omar Lozano, his sisters Graciela (Manuel) Guerra and Elva Lozano, as well as his sisters-in-law Irma and Demetria Lozano, as well as a huge number of nieces and nephews. He also has 17 great-grandchildren in addition to his 13 grandchildren. Before Bruno was born, his grandparents Hector and Maria Lozano, their grandson Paulino Garcia, and his brother-in-law Eligio Guzman all went away. Both Bruno Sr. and Maria Lozano, Bruno’s parents, were natives of the Texas community of La Grulla. Eleazar, Hector, Jose, Cesar, and Ramon Lozano were his brothers. Lucia and Ramon Lozano were his sisters.
Bruno was a well-known “water dowser,”
which means he identified underlying water minerals by using a forked stick and rod to probe the earth’s surface. Additionally, he worked as an airplane mechanic and carpenter after graduating with high honors from Rio Grande City High School. In addition, he received the highest possible grade point average. In addition to two of his favorite pastimes, fishing and hunting, he spent the most of his time at the ranch with his wife and their children.
He was known to have a calm demeanor, a funny attitude, as well as a soul that was both humble and kind; all of these qualities will be remembered about him. It was Bruno’s request that there be no memorial service or funeral held in his honor, and those wishes have been honored. The Hernandez family would like to extend their gratitude to Eagle Pass Hospice Care and Hernandez Funeral Home for all of the kind care and assistance that they offered during Mr. Lozano’s final days.