Santiago-Erevia-Obituary

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Santiago J. Erevia

San Antonio, Texas

Dec 15, 1945 – Mar 22, 2016 (Age 70)

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Porter Loring Mortuary Obituary

Santiago J. Erevia, age 70, of San Antonio passed away on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. He is survived by his wife, Leticia L. Erevia; son, James Erevia; daughter, Rose Erevia Nichols and sons, Jesse Edward Erevia and Roland Erevia; grandchildren, Jessica, Izaak, Angela, Carlos, Jasmine and Autumn...

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My condolences and sympathies to the Family. Santiago was a Great American, A Hero, Inspiration to the Men and Women of the Armed Forces,. He is sorely missed and greatly respected within the Mexican-American people of the United States of America. Remembrances and Salute!

LORD GOD Almighty: Lead me to victory but if not empower me to be valiant, courageous, honorable and fearless in the battle because surrender is to this world is not an option and may Santiago find comfort in YOUR arms as he awaits our arrival my LORD GOD Almighty in Jesus' Name, AMEN and AIRBORNE!
-RE HUCKABY JR AKA HUCK

My condolences to the family and friends of Jesse. We served together in the same Company in Vietnam. May your eternal soul rest in peace and may God bless your family.

-Peter Maggio, Davenport, FL Mar 21, 2017

My condolences to the family and friends of Jesse. I knew him in Vietnam. We were in the same company. Jesse a good man. I want to thank him for his service to our country. May the Peace of
God be with you and your family.
Rudy Gonzales from California

I'm so fortunate to have met you Sir in Washington D.C. In March of 2014. A memory I will never forget. Thank you for your act of valor for many generations to learn about and appreciate.

Deepest sympathy on the loss of Santiago Erevia, a true American Hero. The Post and Auxiliary members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 2527 Bastrop, TX

Our deepest sympathy to the family of Santiago Everia. The Post and Auxiliary members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 1523, Putnam, CT

God Bless Santiago. May you rest in peace. Lanier Class of 1956, Air Force 56 to '60.

Our thoughts and prayers are with Jesse and his family. May his reward in heaven be great. I served with Charlie Company 1/501 Infantry 101st Airborne in early 1968. Eddie Ireland & Family Red Rock, Tx