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Armando De Leon
July 2, 1999 ~ October 29, 2023 (age 24) 24 Years Old
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Our beloved son, brother, and friend Armando Marcos Cardosa DeLeon, Jr. went to be with the Lord on Sunday, October 29,2023. He was born on July 2,1999, in San Angelo, Texas to Carol Cardosa and Armando DeLeon.
Armando is preceded in death by his two grandfathers Marcos Cardosa and Clemente Camarillo.
Armando will be forever loved and forever remembered by his mother, Carol Cardosa and stepfather Gregg Martinez and his father, Armando DeLeon. He will be lovingly remembered by his three sisters, Maribel Victoria Cardosa DeLeon, Maricela Marie Cardosa DeLeon, and Arielle Reanna Cardosa DeLeon. Armando will be fondly remembered by his grandparents, Alice Garcia Cardosa, Syliva Martinez, Emma Martinez, and Armando DeLeon, as well as his aunts Elizabeth Camarillo, Victoria Cardosa, Anita Cardosa and Maria DeLeon and uncles Ruben Camarillo, Clemente Camarillo, Carlos Regalado, and Jose Vasquez. Armando leaves his memory to be cherished by his niece Faith Marie Florez and nephew Thiago Benji Calicutt as well as several cousins and many great aunts and uncles.
Armando attended Central High School where he participated in the Central “Mighty” Football Team and played the french horn in the band. He loved school and he never wanted to miss a day even being sick. He was an A and B honor roll student and took advantage of pre-college credit classes and went on to attend Howard College.
Taking his mom and grandmothers to eat burgers was one of his favorite family outings, as well as taking his sisters out but they rarely went because they claimed he was a crazy driver (ha-ha). Armando was a member at Mann for Life Church in Odessa Texas. He loved being in the presence of the Lord and always sat on the front bench when attending church. He always lit up the room with his beautiful smile and there was never a dull moment when anyone was in his company. His favorite team was the Dallas Cowboys win or lose!. Armando was an employee at Tractor Supply in Odessa. Texas. Armando was a loving son, brother, and uncle, and took on the role as the protector of his family, whether that was in the role of a son, brother, or uncle.
Thank you to his Godparents, Pastor Rollie and Cassandra Rollie for always praying for our beloved Armando.
Armando will be missed by many and will remain forever in our hearts. There are few words to express the deep pain and sorrow of losing our “little teapot”, it is not goodbye, it is “we will see you later”!
Family visitation will be on Saturday, November 11, 2023, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Gutierrez Funeral Chapels, 1002 North Oakes, San Angelo, Texas 76903, with a funeral service scheduled for 11:00 a.m. Pastor Donnie Rollie, presiding.