Leonardo Lozano Jr. (Lee), passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family, on Tuesday, December 13, 2022. He is now rejoicing in the arms of our Lord. Lee was born Monday, November 7, 1932, to Leonardo Sr. and Isabel (Guerrero) Lozano, in Round Rock, TX. He met Ida Miramontez, the love of his life, and they would have been married 70 years, December 18, 2022. Lee was a retired employee from James Wood Auto Park in Denton, TX. He was also a member of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Denton, TX. Lee moved to Lubbock in 2021 due to his illness.
Lee was preceded in death by his parents, Leonardo, Sr. and Isabel, a brother Johnny Lozano, and a baby sister, Guadalupe Lozano. Those left to cherish his many memories are his wife Ida, of Lubbock, daughters, Rachel Lozano, Inez (Pete) Castro, both of Lubbock, granddaughters, Sandra (Brian) Cain of San Diego, CA., Trina (Adam) Garcia of Lubbock, great-grandchildren, Alejandra and Rianna Cain, of San Diego, CA., Sean Castro, David, Nate, and Anessa Garcia, of Lubbock; A brother Gilbert Lozano of Lubbock, and Flora Slaughter of Burlson, TX., Rebecca Gonzalez of Richfield MN., and Alicia Melendez of Folsom CA.
A visitation will be held at The Venue on Broadway, Combest Funeral Home, 2210 Broadway, Monday, December 19, 2022, from 12:00PM until 7:30PM; Rosary will be at 6:00PM. A funeral mass will be conducted by Father Martin Pena, 2:00PM, Tuesday, December 20, 2022, at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 1120 52nd St., Lubbock. A burial will follow at City of Lubbock Cemetery. Those bestowed as pallbearers are: Pete Castro, Brian Cain, Adam Garcia, Sean Castro, Alex Reyna, Frank Hernandez, and Ernest Robles. Arrangements were entrusted to Combest Family Funeral Homes.
The family, of Lee Lozano, would like to extend a special “Thank You” to Accent Care Hospice staff Kathy, Trish, Carolyn, and Estella; “you were true angels, caring for this special man of ours.” Also, Meals on Wheels and Alexis Salinas with Girling Home Health.