Pastor Damian Pena Morales was born on September 27, 1947, to Porfirio and Santos Pena Morales in Sinton, Texas. On October 9, 1965, Damian married the love of his life, Tomasita Hinojosa in Lubbock, Texas. Pastor Damian Pena Morales was a passionate man that accomplished many things throughout his lifetime. He was the type of person who set goals for himself and was determined to meet them. Among one of his earlier goals in life was the desire to be a well-known musician throughout south Texas and Mexico. He later had a goal to be a radio announcer and met that as well. Other goals he accomplished were to be property owner and landlord. He also created the “El Sol Latino” newspaper and was proprietor and editor. Although he had many accomplishments and met many goals, none were greater than giving his life to the Lord in 2004 and then being ordained as Pastor in 2007. He formed his own church, Fuente de Bendicion, where he devoted his time being a servant to God and doing the work of the Lord. Pastor Damian Pena Morales contributed to the community and touched many lives. He was an advocate for Hospice care and visited and prayed for Hospice patients. He helped feed and care for the homeless that asked for help upon entering his church. He organized many fundraisers for various causes. He prayed for the sick and disabled and for all those in need. He also spread the word of God through his prison ministry and inspired many lives. The love he had for his children was unconditional. He was very proud of his children and what they had become. He spoke highly of them and enjoyed having conversations about them. His children were the light of his life and meant the world to him. Survivors include his wife, Tomasita Morales, son, Lee Damian Morales and wife, Laura Mojica; five daughters, Tilda Garcia, Diana Hernandez and husband, Larry, Peggy Chavez and husband, Edward, Mary Ann Puente and husband, Carlos, Amanda Morales; 16 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; four brothers, Rodolfo Morales, Abdon Morales, Porfirio Morales, Jr., David Morales; five sisters, Angelita Martinez, Ermelinda Jimenez, Angelina Morales, Rosario Graham, and Irma Morales. He was preceded in death by his parents, Porfirio T. and Santos Morales; brother, Vicente Morales. Pallbearers will be grandsons Andrew Morales, Joe Damian Puente, Carlitos Puente, Justin Rodriguez, Jeremy Rodriguez, Christopher Olmos and Matthew Chavez. The family would like to thank the supportive care unit at UMC and Carillon House for the loving care they provided.