November 20, 1961 - October 1, 2019
Daniel Sanchez Jr., 57, passed away peacefully in his home with his wife by his side on October 1, 2019 a resident of Bryan, Texas.
Daniel was born in Plainview, Texas and lived in Bryan for about 40 years. His passion was his career of pouring concrete for his own company, Sanchez Concrete Construction. He was a member at Momentum Church BCS in Bryan and served actively until the end. He loved to make people laugh and cracked jokes about everything and anything. He loved to dance and listen to his Tejano music and be outdoors. His wife and grandkids were always around to help him out whenever he needed anything. He never lost his faith and always knew where to run when life got hard.
He is preceded in death by his beautiful daughter, Marylou Sanchez; his mother, Lupe Sanchez; his father, Daniel Sanchez, Sr.; and granddaughter, Tiffany Sanchez.
He is survived by his loving and caring wife of 35 years, Beatrice Sanchez; his baby girl, Roxanne Sanchez-Galvan and husband Eric Galvan; loving daughter, Frances Aguilar and husband, Nick Aguilar; sons, Daniel Sanchez III, and wife Franchesca Sanchez, Shawn Sanchez, Zachary Sanchez, Michael Sanchez, Frank Barron and wife Joyce Barron; brother, Jimmy Sanchez and wife Angela Sanchez; sister, Irma Hernandez and wife Rosemary Hernandez; grandchildren, Carlos Garcia, Kaila Sanchez, Jordan Mora, Kataleia Sanchez, Shawn Sanchez Jr., Alyssa Sanchez, Jeremiah Sanchez, Christian Sanchez, Marco Pineda Jr., Anthony Pineda, Benjamin Pineda, Isaiah Sanchez, Elijah Galvan, Eric Galvan Jr., Reyna Galvan, Sarina Sanchez, Matthew Reyes, Marc Barron and Megan Barron.
A service will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday, October 6, with visitation following at Memorial Funeral Chapel Bryan. A Funeral Service will be 10 a.m. Monday, October 7, at Momentum Church BCS, 1216 Beck St Bryan, Texas 77803.
Thanks to Traditions Health Hospice and Marcella Leija, CNA, for caring for him during this time.
"Just know that you will always be in my heart pops. No matter what happens in life just watch over me. I love you. Always your little girl" -Roxanne Galvan