Paul Patrick Cordova passed away at the age of 37, leaving behind his beloved family, daughter Mia and his best friends.
He was known throughout the community as an amazing dog trainer of retrievers and pointers and all breed dogs for obedience.
His love of the outdoors and his dogs, allowed him to travel and guide on many hunting expeditions.
Paul was well respected in his profession working with the Texas Commission on environmental quality where he served for 12 years after graduating with a Bachelor degree in Science from Baylor University.
Paul served for 7 years on the State Emergency Response Strike team for TCEQ assisting in clean up operations for hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Dolly.
He also responded and assisted in the clean up from a devastating tornado that hit Eagle Pass,TX in 2008.
Paul spent his childhood outdoors doing what he loved best, enjoying nature on his family's ranch in La Pryor, TX. He attended grade school and graduated from Eagle Pass High in 1991.
Paul will be mourned and missed by all who knew him.
Rest in peace.
Survivors: Luana M. Cordova - spouse, Mia Carolina Cordova- daughter, Gregorio Cordova-father, Mary Helen Cordova - step mother, Peter Cordova - brother, Joseph Cordova- brother, Susan Cordova- sister in law (Peter), Araceli Cordova- sister in law (Joseph) Greg Cordova- nephew, Minda Cordova- niece William Cordova - nephew, Mauro Reyes- nephew, Tanya Reyes- niece.
Memorial Service will be held, Thursday, November 18, 2010 at 3:00pm at La Paloma Retrievers Property on F.M. 507 in Harlingen, TX.
Friends, please bring your dogs if you wish.
Visitation will be held Friday afternoon November 19, 2010 at Memorial Funeral home in Eagle Pass, TX. Funeral will be held Saturday, November 20 at La Pryor Cemetery, La Pryor, TX.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a college scholarship fund for Mia Carolina Cordova, daughter at First National Bank account # 0311035132.
Local arrangements are under the direction of Heavenly Grace Funeral Home.
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Published in Valley Morning Star on Nov. 18, 2010