Juan Jose Moya

Juan Jose Moya
Juan Jose Moya

Juan Jose Moya, 70, of Amarillo, died Saturday, January 30, 2021.

Services will be at 3:00 P.M., Tuesday, February 2, 2021 in Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Juan was born on November 13, 1950, in Robstown, Texas to Beatrice and Brigido Moya. He was a veteran in the United States Army.  Juan had been a tire repairman.

He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters, Alicia Bowman of Tyler; San Juana Vega of Edinburg; Susan Torres of Robstown; and Petra Escalante; brothers, Jose Moya of Kress, Guadalupe Moya of Washington, Raymond Sanchez of Robstown; and Efrain Moya of Valley; and his granddaughter, Maribel Paulin. Also, Maria C. Moya of Robstown.

He is survived by three daughters, Maria Moya, Santos Moya and Terry Moya; two sons, Juan Moya, Jr. and Roy Moya; former wife, Belma Rodriguez; his grandchildren, Chirsty Ann Moya, Stephanie Lynn Moya, Juanita Moya Jr., Jessica Paulin, Marissa Paulin, Abelardo Garcia, Antonio Garcia, Robert Montes, Selena Montes, Britiny Nicole Molina, Marisol Joely Rojas, Jose Carlos Rojas, Jason Moya, Roy Moya, Jr. and Arely Moya; great-grandchildren, Jazelle Ortega, Chasity Ortega, Adalya Leal, Kaitlyn Ortega, Cash Favela, Analia Maria Moya, Maribel Reina Paulin, Abelando Thomas Garcia, Briella Elena Garcia, Gabriel Navarez, Evellyn Rosa Herrera and Timothy Stone Rojas; brothers, Rudy Moya of Ennis and Brigido Moya, Jr. of Elmhouse; sisters, Elvira Maldonado of Edinburg; Lydia Mungia of Washington; Ana Rodriguez of Balch Spring; and Julia Soliz of Houston; Sarita Martinez of Goliad; Jovita Perez of Dallas; and Alicia Lodsdon of Mesquite; Brigida Moya De La Garza of Primont.  He is also survived by many nieces and nephews.


One Reply to “Juan Jose Moya”

  1. Juan Jose Moya was my uncle. I hadn’t seen him in years, but recently, I was visiting my mom when he called her. I was able to talk with him for quite some time. He was full of life, funny and seemed to be just overall happy. We talked about music and general things. I don’t know how long we talked, but I didn’t want to get off the phone. He had me laughing the whole time. I know he loved his family. I could feel that, even if just over the phone. I pray for God to bring comfort and peace to all who knew and loved him. God bless you all.

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