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Robert Lee Paredez

June 15, 1957 — November 27, 2023

Robert Lee Paredez, a loving father, cherished grandfather, devoted brother, and dear friend to many, passed away on November 27, 2023, in his hometown of San Antonio, Texas. He was born on June 15, 1957 to Antonio and Olga Paredez. Robert had a zest for life that was unmatched. He approached each day with enthusiasm and a warm smile that could light up any room. His adventurous spirit led him to explore various corners of the world through his love for travel. He would often regale his loved ones with stories of his adventures, sharing vivid descriptions of the breathtaking landscapes he encountered and the fascinating cultures he immersed himself in. When it came to culinary indulgence, Robert was an avid food enthusiast. Exploring new restaurants and savoring different cuisines brought him immense joy. Whether it was discovering hidden gems in his beloved San Antonio or venturing further afield, he appreciated the artistry and flavors that food had to offer. Motorcycles held a special place in Robert's heart. Nature played an essential role in Robert's life as well. He cultivated a profound love for trees and spent countless hours caring for them in his garden. The tranquil presence of these majestic natural wonders nurtured his soul and served as a gentle reminder of life's interconnectedness. In addition to trees, Robert had an affinity for Indian themes. Robert deeply valued family connections, finding strength and comfort within their embrace. Sadly preceding him in death were his parents, Antonio and Olga Paredez, and his beloved son, Robert Lee Paredez, Jr. Although their absence created an indescribable void in Robert's heart, their memories were a constant source of inspiration for his unwavering love and resilience. Robert's legacy lives on through his surviving family members, who will forever cherish the time they spent with him. He leaves behind his loving children: Tanya Casares (George), Anna Rodriguez (Thomas), Faustino Paredez, and Juliana Paredez. Their lives have been profoundly touched by their father's unwavering love and support. The joy of Robert's life was amplified by the presence of his grandchildren. Tiffany Casares, Julian Casares, Emma Rodriguez, and Adam Rodriguez brought immeasurable happiness into his world. The bond between generations was a testament to the love that flowed effortlessly within this family.

Robert was fortunate to share a close relationship with his siblings: Rudolph Paredez, Roland Paredez, and Rene Paredez. The strong bond they maintained throughout their lives provided them with a sense of unity and unbreakable support. Countless nieces and nephews were also touched by Robert's genuine kindness and infectious laughter. His warm disposition made everyone feel at ease in his presence, fostering relationships built on love and mutual respect.

While we mourn the loss of Robert Lee Paredez, let us celebrate the beautiful memories he has left behind. His adventurous spirit, passion for food and nature, appreciation for Indian themes, and unwavering love for family will forever remain etched in our hearts. May you find eternal peace on your next great adventure, dear Robert. You will be deeply missed but never forgotten.

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Memorial Service for Robert Lee Paredez

Monday, December 11, 2023

4:00 - 8:00 pm (Central time)

Puente & Sons Funeral Chapels-South

3520 South Flores Street, San Antonio, TX 78204

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