Victoria, Texas

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In his 94-years, my Dad, created a legacy which I will try to share with everyone. Our recollection of Dad's life is forever engraved in our hearts. He leaves us with a perfect example of how we should go forth in life. First and foremost he was a very devout Catholic; his faith was passed on through the generations -- his grandmother and father were equally devout. The same upbringing that he experienced in his life was the same way he raised his family. He never missed Holy Mass, for...

Our condolences to the Escalona Family. From, Rachel Ortiz, Jesse Rodriguez Jr.(Rachel's son) and Mr and Mrs.Rick Martinez, on Nueces St.

My condolences to the Escalona family. May God give you all the strength that is needed in your time of sorrow.

My thoughts and prayers are with the Escalona family during this difficult time. I am so sorry for your loss, and hope you can find comfort in the many great memories Manuel/PoPo has left us all with.

Our condolences to the escalona family, praying for your comfort and peace...Padrino was a well known and liked man all over victoria, texas..he was a very kind hearted man and loved all his children with all his will be missed by many padrino, but now you are rejoicing in heaven in the arms of Jesus....RIP
Victor and Patty Benitez and family

our condolences to the escalona family
praying for the family.God bless you all.

from jimmy and sally veal(daughter of raymond delossantos).

Uncle Ernest & Aunt Ella
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. May God ease all of your pain during this difficult time. We love you.

Our sincere condolences to the Escalona family. All the family are like relatives to us we all grew up together. Mr. Escalona was a great man, he leaves a great legacy in his children and his grandchildren. He was a loved man. All the departed angels are greeting him with open arms. My god be with all the Escalona family in this difficult time. Love to all,
Linda and Daniel Hernandez


MANUEL's Obituary

MANUEL ESCALONA passed away in Victoria, Texas. The obituary was featured in Victoria Advocate on August 14, 2012.