Abel Lozano Romero
Abel Lozano Romero

Abel Lozano Romero, 51, was called home by Our Lord and has gone to be with our other angels in Heaven.

Abel was born February 20, 1969 in Sonora, Texas, where he grew up to be a lifelong resident.

Carpenter, mechanic, and really a jack of all trades. Abel will be remembered mostly for giving people a second chance at life, being an organ donor, with Donate Life America.

He is preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Carlos R. Lozano, maternal grandmother, Consuelo N. Lozano, uncle Israel Lozano and cousin Eric Lozano. Paternal grandfather Ignacio (Nacjo) Romero, paternal grandmother Victoria (Vicky) Romero, and Uncle Juan Pablo Romero.

He is survived by his mother, Alma Brazee, brothers Lee Romero and wife Yvette, Peter Romero, Jr. and wife Sonja, nephews Caleb, Ryan, Adan and Lucas Romero, and only niece, Nicole Romero.

He is also survived by aunts; Elsa Lozano, Linda Lozano-Perez, Sandy Espinosa, and Lydia Gandar, uncles Raynaldo Lozano, Carlos Lozano, Joe Lozano, and Homer Lozano and an abundance of cousins and loads of friends.

Abel will be greatly missed but his warmth, kindness, and gentle spirit will be remembered FOREVER.

“What moves through us is in silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch. We may not understand why you left this earth SO soon, or before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not that you died, but that you LIVED. And your life gave us memories TOO beautiful to forget.”

The family of Abel Romero wishes to express our sincere thanks for the donations and other expressions of love during our time of bereavement.

Funeral services: Viewing will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Love Funeral Home. Final day viewing will be Friday, June 12, 2020 at 2:00 p.m., at Love Funeral Home Chapel and he will be laid to rest in Sonora Cemetery with Pastor Don Longoria presiding.
Pallbearers are John Ayala, Jason Ayala, Jerrard Solis, Justin Gonzalez, Alex Lozano, Erika Lozano, Rudy Perez, and Jerry Watkins. Honorary

pallbearers: Carlos Lozano, Jose Manuel Lozano, Homer Lozano, Gabriel Lozano, Milton Castilleja, and Boonie Bernal.