Joe Aguayo Jr.

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Joe Aguayo, Jr., aloving husband, father, grandfather, brother and uncle was born on April 22, 1967, to the late Joe, Sr. and Lucia (Flores) Aguayo in Lubbock, TX. He graduated from Lubbock High School and attended Wayland Baptist University.  Joe worked as a Sales Representative for McKesson Medical Company. On November 2, 2002, he married Leona Caudle in Lubbock. Joe took great pride in coaching youth baseball and was a mentor to many.  He served as Vice-President of the Pan American Golf Association and coordinator of the Jordan Martinez Cancer Benefit. Joe was an avid golfer, loyal Boston Red Sox and Texas Longhorn fan, and enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Joe was a man of integrity.  The most important people in his life were his wife and daughters, who he shared his life to the fullest with.

Those left to cherish Joe’s memory are his wife, Leona Caudle Aguayo; two daughters, Brooke Gonzalez and husband, Christopher, and Kaylee Martinez all of Lubbock; the apples of his eye four granddaughters, Burkleigh Gonzalez, Jayda Gonzalez, Ava Gonzalez, Kimber Flores; siblings, Mary Lou Cruz and husband, Justino, Leticia Landtiser and husband, Todd, Carmen Flores and husband, Eric, Alma Leija and husband, James, Teresa Dominguez and husband, Juan, Robert Aguayo, Thomas Aguayo, and Ralph Aguayo and wife, Angela.


Memorials are suggested to the Jordan Martinez Fund at First Bank and Trust.


12 thoughts on “Joe Aguayo Jr.”

  1. So so sorry for your loss. Joe I’ll miss you coming to make sure we have our supplies from Mckesson. Long Horn fan to the end. Rest in the arms of God.

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. Joe was a great man. He will be missed greatly. Our prayers are with you all.

  3. My condolences to the family. May God bless you all and grant you peace and comfort. Joe, rest in peace. God bless you

  4. I’m very sorry to hear this. I met Joe a couple of years ago at the men’s city championship at Meadowbrook and had the pleasure of being in his group. I saw him a couple of weeks ago at Reese and got to say hello to him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  5. Joe was a great partner to work with and will be missed. His support over the last 12 yrs has been priceless. Send our prayers to the Aguayo Family. The RIordan’s

  6. Mary (Mia) and Dan Sondgeroth

    We are with you in spirit as you honor Joe’s memory this weekend and grieve his loss in the weeks and months to come. May you find peace in happy memories, and comfort in knowing that you have a strong family to support you in your grief. Sending our love.

  7. To the family…you are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through the next few days. Remember the man Joe was….he spoke so lovingly of you all…try not to question…..God is watching over you He is Joe. Love one another, cry with one another, and hold your family closer…..share with one another, pray with each other, but above all be the family that Joe loved and thought so dearly of… at peace the Lord is with you always

  8. My condolences. I went to school with Joe and he was a very nice individual. You will be missed by many. RIP Joe Aguayo.

  9. The Team at Midland Pediatric Associates

    Our deepest condolences go out to Joe’s family and the McKesson team. We know he will be missed. He always showed concern and a desire to care for his clients – he truly wanted to help. May cherished memories bring you all moments of comfort. God Bless!

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