Ignacio “Joe” Narvaez, Jr.

Ignacio “Joe” Narvaez, Jr.
Ignacio “Joe” Narvaez, Jr.

Ignacio “Joe” Narvaez, Jr., 72, of Amarillo, TX died October 22, 2020.

Services will be at 10:00 A.M., Thursday, October 29, 2020, at Trinity Fellowship Church in the West Auditorium, with Pastor Kyle Wilkinson and Pastor Ed Del Bosque officiating.  Burial will be at Llano Cemetery.  Military Rites will be provided by Volleys for Veterans and The Patriot Guard.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Joe was born on August 23, 1948, to Cordilia and Ignacio Narvaez.  He married Genevieve Baca in Tucumcari, NM, on December 21, 1974.

Survivors include his wife, Genevieve Narvaez, of the home; daughter, Victoria Hofeldt and husband Lee, of Amarillo, TX; son, Chris Narvaez and wife Maria, of Amarillo, TX; daughter, Michelle Sianez and husband Alex, of Amarillo, TX; sisters, Irene Montano, of Logan, NM, Stella Narvaez, of Albuquerque, NM, and Dolores Rivera, or Tucumcari, NM; brothers, Herman Narvaez, of Phoenix, AZ, and Peter Narvaez, of Tucumcari, NM. He has nine grandchildren whom call him Papa; Marissa Lucero and husband Robert, Alyssa Torres and Jayson Lewis, Alexis Archer and husband Tim, Agustin Torres, Jr and Ariel Torres, Dominic Narvaez, Brooklyn Sianez, Michael Hofeldt and Danika Narvaez; and three great-grandchildren, Bella Lucero, Anita Archer, and Jayven Lewis.

“Joe” was a giver of love and grace to all whom he came in contact with, he was the type of man who would give the shirt off his back to make someone’s life a little better.  He was a humble man and gave many life lessons by the way he led his life.  Joe gave his all to his very last breath teaching all nothing is ever too late or too hard.  He believed if a person was going to do something, to do it with all their heart and all their might.  He led his children and wife to Christ by his compassion to the word of God from the bible and he lived this way every day of his life.  He will be greatly missed by many.  The best way to describe Joe in one word is Love.

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, and I have remained faithful” 2 Timothy 4:7

11 Replies to “Ignacio “Joe” Narvaez, Jr.”

  1. Temporarily separated from your eyes, but present in your hearts forever. Throughout every day in everything, his legacy lives on through his family. Love you all primas/primos.

  2. Dearest Papa. I love you so much,and as hard as this is I know that you are resting peacefully. You were the most loving and giving person I have ever known. And I’m truly blessed to have had you as my Pompo. I love you forever and a day.

  3. Joe is a man of strength through compassion. I say is and not was because I as a Christian know it isn’t the end but rather a new beginning as we are eternal in the manner our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ created us. This place was merely a vapor as a mist. Let’s us live just as Joe did with our hearts and our vision on the prize. Joe didn’t preach the Word he lived it as an example to us all. We love you Joe and we will continue our fellowship someday.

    The Lords promises are forever and amen.

    Alex Deanda

  4. Rip my pops prayer for my mamma veva and my sisters and brother thank for always including me has family i love u all

  5. Go with God Joe, dance with the angels and send us all signs of the beauty of heaven for we know that’s where you are!’
    Your family will go on with the wonderful memories you left in their hearts, soul and minds!. You are gone but never forgotten!
    Love to all the family on this time of pain!

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