Amador Porras, III left this earthly place to be with our Lord God on September 4, 2022. He was a husband, son, cousin, friend, and believer of human goodness. His caring, tender smile along with brilliant laughter was a beacon of hope to everyone who had the opportunity to be in his orbit and he exuded happiness through every action.
Wife of 6 years, Virginia Nicole Porras
Parents: Ernestine and Abel Cisneros, Jr.
Preceded in death by:
Father: Amador Porras, Jr.
Paternal Grandfather Amador Porras, Sr.
Paternal Grandmother Ofelia Porras
Maternal Grandmother Maria Candelaria Rendon
And all loved ones waiting at Heaven’s gates...
Family: Amador was his mother Ernestine Cisneros’ only child, but he grew up in the love and care of his
family. He had many cousins who loved him dearly; Stephen Aguilar, Richard James, Martin Rodriguez,
Raymundo Rodriguez, Fabian Rosas, Mario Rosas, Michelle Sumner, Celeste Torres, Chris Torres,
Francine Torres (deceased), Raymon Valdez, Richard Valdez Jr., Ariel Valdez, and Yvonne Wainwright. His
family included aunts/uncles Cynthia Ann Porras, Maria O. Porras, Josephine & Ramon Rodriguez, Rachel
& Jose Torres, Janie Torres.
Extended Family: During his blessed life, Amador was surrounded by these “life brothers” who grew close to him and his family. Michael Beeler and Brian Balderas were like brothers to Amador. “A brotheris a friend that God gave you, a friend is a brother your heart chose for you” - Proverb
“A true friend is something to be cherished, I didn’t realize we were making memories. We were just having fun! I’ll forever cherish those memories. Best friends are hard to find, harder to leave, and impossible to forget. I’m gonna miss ya’ brother!” - Brian Balderas
“Amador loved and lived life to the fullest” - Michael Beeler
“Amador had a big heart, and always made sure those around him were happy.” - Martin Rodriguez
“Amador lived life for his wife, his mother and his family.” - Raymundo Rodriguez
“He was the kind of person who would look you in the eye every time you spoke to him, and he made you feel like you were the most important person in the room.” - Richard Valdez, Jr.