Eddie G. Zamarron Sr. passed away on Thursday, June 25, 2020 in San Angelo, TX. Viewing and visitation will start on Sunday at 3:00 pm at Gutierrez Funeral Chapels / North. A Rosary will be read on Sunday, June 28, 2020 at 7:00 pm in the "Remembrance Chapel" of Gutierrez Funeral Chapels / North, 1002 N. Oakes St., San Angelo, Texas. Funeral Service will be on Monday at 1:00 pm at St. Mary's Catholic Church with Deacon Claudio Sanchez officiating. Interment will follow at Lawnhaven Memorial Gardens. Arrangements have been entrusted to Gutierrez Funeral Chapels / North.
Eddie Gomez Zamarron Sr., 75, passed away on June 25, 2020 in San Angelo, Texas. Eddie was born on April 04, 1945 in San Angelo. He began working at the age of 10 as a shoeshine boy in the streets of south Angelo and never stopped. Through the decades he owned or managed multiple businesses most notably his full service Gulf stations, Town & Country night club, and La Fiesta night club. Later, as plant manager for Mrs Rios Tortillas, and retired as an independent tortilla sales distributor. All these jobs involved his two passions, meeting people and giving his customers the best service. With his embracing smile, no one was a stranger. From the dishwasher to the restaurant owner, he treated everyone with equal and genuine respect, he referred to everyone as “primo” (cousin).
Eddie was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Sonia, a daughter Michelle Zamarron of Brownwood; a son, Eddie Zamarron Jr and wife Margaret of San Angelo; 10 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren, his brothers and sisters Ramon (Bertha) Zamarron, Eloise (Ron) Juhl, Mary Lou Andrews, Isabel Soto (friend Armando), Pilar (George) Cheney of San Antonio, Mary Inez (Joe) Suarez of Del Rio, Jesse (Veronica) Zamarron of Houston, and numerous nephews and nieces. Eddie is preceded in death by parents Ramon and Eulogia Zamarron; son Hector Zamarron Sr; sister Clara Moreno.
The family sincerely thanks Joaquin Villareal, Hospice of San Angelo, and Park Plaza Nursing Home staff for their compassion and care.
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