ORLANDO AND JOANN MUNOZ
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Orlando C Munoz born March 3 1946 - July 17 2020 and JoAnn G Munoz born December 1 1951- July 13 2020. Orlando and JoAnn joined each other in heaven after 48 years of marriage together. Orlando and JoAnn are survived by their two daughters Krystal and Catherine Munoz; mother Josephine Galindo. Brothers and sisters Domingo and Paulette Munoz; Roy Munoz; Diana and Robert Valdez; Julie and Andrew Martinez; Josie and Jerry Pecina; Janie and Jim Falcone and all their families.

Orlando and JoAnn both met at a young age of 13 and have been inseparable ever since. They both attended San Antonio College and together joined a career in the United States Air Force where Orlando retired after over 30 plus years. Orlando continued working because he loved people and especially loved helping others. He most recently worked for the Alamodome security were he had many friends that he considered family. JoAnn was fully committed to being a wife, mother and daughter and enjoyed gardening, shopping with daughters and caring for family. There are no words to describe how deeply they will be missed by family friends and all who knew them. Each of my parents had an uncanny ability to reach people deeply, positively and with so much true unconditional love. Both JoAnn and Orlando lived life to the fullest through simple things like trying new restaurants together and spending time with family and friends. All who have been touched are invited to Ortiz Funeral Home July 28th from 4 to 8 p.m. burial will be at San Fernando Cemetery# 3 at 10:30 a.m. July 29th. Any correspondence,cards or condolences may be sent to 835 Taft Blvd San Antonio Texas 78226.




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Published in Express-News on Jul. 26, 2020.
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04:00 - 08:00 PM
JUL
29
Burial
10:30 AM
San Fernando Cemetery# 3
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July 29, 2020
WITH DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY OF ORLANDO AND JOANN
MUNOZ. MAY THE PEACE OF GOD SURROUND YOU IN THIS TIME OF
SORROW. MAY THEY REST IN PEACE!
George Garcia
Friend
July 29, 2020
My deepest condolences to the Muñoz family. My thoughts and prayers are with ya'll at this difficult time. I met Mr. Muñoz by my brother Victor Flores they both worked at the Alamodome. He was a very caring and humble man always helping others. He will truly be missed but not forgotten. It was an honor to have met him. May you and your wife rest in paradise
Nidia Flores
Friend
July 28, 2020
Orlando was one of the most delightful people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. Everyday he greeted me with a big smile and a joke. I looked forward to seeing him and missed him when he wasn’t at the Alamodome gate. I am so sorry for your loss. He would often speak of his precious wife. I am glad that they have each other now. Please accept my sincerest condolences, and know that he will be truly missed. The Dome will never be the same without him.
Andrea DeLaune-Holley
Coworker
July 28, 2020
I am going miss him and his wife they were like my mother and father the 13 years that spend with Orlando at work and off work was good years we always doing work on the side gutting grass or just fixing cars. I also Remember working with him at George strait ranch. we send lots of time working doing crazy jobs eating out all the time. Iam going to miss his war Stories and his tocos that he would bring to work. he was a good man gone to soon. his wife Joann was a good wife to him also taking care the kids and her mom. Joann love to plant flowers she always busy with her daily work taking the kids to the doctors appointments. going to miss her cooking and her smile. To Orlando & Joann i am going to miss you i know you are looking at us from heaven. love you always your friend Victor Flores To Mr Munoz I know I promise you that i would be there for your kids. i will keep the promise thank for the good memories you lift me Rest in Peace.
Victor Flores
Friend
July 28, 2020
It's with a heavy heart to say good by to my friend know to us as Munoz. He can do anything. May God Bless his family.
Vinny Moore
Coworker
July 28, 2020
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Donna Miceli
July 28, 2020
Mr.Munoz was good hearted humble person.
Worked hard always willing to help out.
God bless you my friend .
RO
Coworker
July 28, 2020
I met Orlando while working at the 433rd.. Alamo Wing.
It’s true, Orlando was always ready to help out, even in small ways! Orlando was a vital member of the 433rd.
Alamo Wing Hispanic Heritage Commitee.

What I will always remember most about
Orlando was his great smile that always brightened your day!

May his and his wife’s transition into their Eternal life be a happy and joyous one!

May the Perpetual Lght of God shine upon them both forever and ever✝♥Amen.

Herlinda Fernandez
Herlinda Fernandez
Coworker
July 27, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Maria, Eddie & Natalie Rodriguez
Friend
July 27, 2020
It was an honor to work with Mr. Muñoz at the AT&T and always made us feel extra special when he gave us a Moon Pie
Very respectful gentleman. May he and his wife Rest In Peace eternally
Debra Rivas
Coworker
July 27, 2020
It was an honor to work with Mr. Muñoz at the AT&T and always made us feel extra special when he gave us a Moon Pie
Very respectful gentleman. May he and his wife Rest In Peace eternally
Debra Rivas
Coworker
July 27, 2020
It was a pleasure meeting you both. We will miss you dearly
Ruby Cardosa
Friend
July 27, 2020
My condolences to the Munoz family. Joann has always been a lovely and christian humble person. She is my cousin and though we were together briefly off and on due to my dad also being in the Air Force, it was always a pleasure to see her and Josie and Julie and their (mom) when we were in town. May God be with this lovely family at this time and always. I also lost my sister (Rosaura) in 2012. There are no words for grief, and loss, but know that you are in my family's thoughts and prayers . With love your cousin, (Liz Galindo-682-557-6762)
Elizabeth Galindo
Family
July 27, 2020
I met Munoz 6 years ago while I was working at the dome, and had the pleasure of working with him closely for 2 years.
Munoz was a very generous and caring person. He often gave me advice. Munoz the guard shack will not be the same. I will miss him.
May he and his wife Joann Rest In Peace❤
Rita Garcia
Friend
July 27, 2020
Mr. Orlando was always very nice to me in my time at the 433rd. He will be missed.
Perry Henry
Friend
July 27, 2020
It was my privilege to have known Orlando. He was a true optimist and inspired me to serve the community through The Lion's Club of Edgewood. Rest in peace.
Armando I Pena
Friend
July 27, 2020
My condolences to the Munoz Family on their loss. Orlando and I grew up in the same neighborhood and even though I lost touch with him through the years, I am saddened to read about his passing. I want to proudly thank him for his many years of service to our Country. Please accept my prayers during this difficult time.
Joe Jesse Sanchez
Acquaintance
July 27, 2020
Our sincere condolences to the Munoz family. Orlando was a bright, smiling face at the Alamodome and he will be missed.
Sincerely,
The Valero Alamo Bowl staff (Derrick, Julie, Rick, Sonya, Bryan, Christie & Jack)
Julie Baker
Coworker
July 27, 2020
y deepest condolences to A fine NCO I had the pleasure to serve with and his wonderful demeanor. May our savior take u with open arms sir. God bless
(Ret) SMSgt Randy perfecto
Coworker
July 27, 2020
My deepest condolences to Krystal and Catherine your Father and Mother were a very special persons I enjoy thier company in many dances and social events at Lackland AFB your Dad was a very funny person and a collector of many things may the Lord keep you Blessed with all your memories of life you shared with your parents as your Angels watch over you. Esther C. Avila
Esther Avila
Friend
July 27, 2020
Condolences to The Munoz Family. I worked security with Orlando at The Alamodome and Convention Center. He was a very kind hearted man. He will be missed.
Barbara Brown
Coworker
July 26, 2020
The 433rd is so sad to hear of Orlando and Jo Ann's passing. Everyone knew Orlando at the 433rd because he was the "go to" man if you ever needed anything. He had or knew resources to always accommodate the request. He was very giving and if it wasn't tacos, it was pan dulce (sweet bread) for those who were hungry. We were always hungry! Facebook is remembering MSgt Munoz...fondly known by many as the Radar O'Reilly of the 433rd. Rest in Peace Orlando and Jo Ann. 433rd sends his daughters and family our deepest condolences.
Jo Ann Kelley-Henderson (433rd Alamo Wing)
Coworker
July 26, 2020
Our sincere condolences to all the family, may they both RIP . Joe and Pat Castilleja
July 26, 2020
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July 26, 2020
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