Humberto Galvan Jr.
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Humberto Galvan, Jr.

Humberto Galvan, Jr., passed away on May 14, 2020 at the age of 71. Humberto served in the Army National Guard for six years. He was an educator for over twenty years and influenced so many students' lives. He also dedicated many years to serving the Lord through healing rooms. Humberto touched so many lives, making a difference through beliefs and faith. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend. He will be deeply missed by all whom knew and loved him.

He was preceded in death by his father, Humberto Galvan.

Humberto is survived by his wife of 53 years, Maria Osbelia Galvan; daughter, Sally Nuñez (Albert); son, Lonnie Galvan (Karen); six grandchildren, Kennedy Galvan, A.J. Nuñez, Brianna Galvan, Lauren Galvan, Isabella Nuñez, and Jacoby Nuñez; mother, Idolina Galvan, siblings, Emily Flores (Paul), Hermilo Galvan (Sylvia), Jose Arnoldo Galvan, and Nora Ann Cavazos (Rale); and numerous nieces, nephews, and extended family members.

**The family will have private services. **

Treviño Funeral Home will allow 50 family members to attend these private funeral services in our facility.

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Published in Corpus-Christi Caller-Times from May 15 to May 17, 2020.
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7 entries
May 20, 2020
To me Beto was a that light that lit up Corpus
Christi for Jesus Christ. He was a very special man.
My prayer of comfort and peace go out to God for Maria and the family.
Shirley J. White
May 19, 2020
As I think about Beto and all the many times we prayed for people who came to our Healing Room booth at the Trade Center throughout the years, there is an empty place in my heart tonight. He will surely be missed-- his big heart of compassion, his way of making you laugh, his funny stories, his humility, his love for God, and his simplicity has made him unforgettable; and now he is in heaven rejoicing, standing before the One, Jesus, whom He loved so much and told others about for so many years. One day we will meet again.
Grace Jones
May 18, 2020
I first met beto at the main post office where we worked together. After retirement I once again met
beto here on my street Dunbarton Oak where one day I was cutting grass and this pick up passed me and then backed up and it was beto. We talked about our lives, our medical issues. Since I spent a lot of time outside we would see each other and he would always stop to say hi. One day he prayed over me and I knew that he was a special person and I can only offer my deepest condolences to his family over the loss of a great man. May God Bless HIM and his Family.
Edward Perales
May 17, 2020
Betito was my classmate from Elementary, Grade School, and High School. While Betito has completed his race in life's journey, he remains alive in our hearts and memories. I, remain, comforted, as the 1967 BHS class will meet, once again, when, we cross that Great River. Esmeralda Cadena
Esmeralda Cadena
May 17, 2020
My deepest condolences to Humberto's family.
He was a great classmate and friend of mine.
We started playing basketball in the 3rd grade and
throughout our school years. I will always remember him for his great personality and his joking ability to make others laugh. Today and always he will hold a special place in my heart. Rest in peace my dear friend.
Carlos Carrillo
May 17, 2020
While Betito has completed his race, he remains in our hearts and memories forevermore. The 1967 BHS Class will see Betito once again, when we all cross that Great River. Esmeralda Cadena
Esmeralda Cadema
May 16, 2020
He was my middle school teacher! He was amazing. God bless him and his family. Mirta Puente
Mirta Puente
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