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David Gabriel Hernandez

May 24, 1971 — January 20, 2023

Quitman, TX

David Gabriel Hernandez

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David Gabriel Hernandez, age 51 went to be with his King Jesus Christ to enjoy everlasting life on Friday, January 20th, 2023, he was surrounded by his family.

David was born in El Paso, Texas on May 24, 1971, to Pedro Hernandez and Irene Parra. He married the love of his life, Yvette Barraza and together they welcomed two children, David Wrangler and Kassidy Rose.

The Hernandez family settled in east Texas. David was strong in his faith and a founding pastor at Iglesia Reunion De Vaqueros in Quinlan where he served for 10 years. After moving to Wood County David founded the Remnant Vaquero church in Wood County.

David’s everyday occupation was a master plumber, but he had so many other amazing skills and passions. He took great joy in gathering with his family and friends to serve God and fellowship. David loved to prepare wonderfully delicious meals especially smoked brisket. If David was cooking, you’d want to be there.

One of David’s passions was his game cock breeding program, “hang'n line game”. He loved spending time with his grandson Wilder tending to his chickens.

David also enjoyed Native American silversmithing, his “Rustic Ranchero” collection was made with sterling silver, gold, and genuine turquoise stones that he hand chose. His beautiful creations were made by his hands with special care and are completely one of a kind.

David was a very talented bold and creative man. He loved to include his family in all of his craftsmanship, and they will proudly continue his legacy. David was a true cowboy and this was shown through every aspect of his life. There was not a day that went by where he wouldn’t wear a cowboy hat and boots. He loved roping, riding, and training horses. 

Another one of his passions was cooking out of his antique chuckwagon. David and his family participated in several Chuckwagon competition events in which he cooked over the fire with cast iron. In David’s last Chuckwagon competition his team won first place, his amazing food truly embraced his culture.

Some things he loved doing on his ranch were hunting, fishing, raising livestock, and working in his garden.  He continued to enjoy his land passionately every day.

Those who surrounded David, took great pleasure in observing the joy and the love for Jesus Christ he brought to everyone around him. He was a true commandment keeper of God and had a natural disposition for always helping and giving to others in times of need.

David is preceded in death by his mother, Irene Hernandez.

Left to cherish his memory is his loving and faithful wife, Yvette Hernandez; his daughter Kassidy Rose Hernandez; his son David Wrangler Hernandez and wife Makinna; his grandson, Wrangler Wilder Hernandez of the Cartwright community; his father, Pedro Hernandez; his siblings, Anna Otero and husband Alex, Paul Hernandez and wife Aurora, Margie Villaneueva and husband Mario, Pete Hernandez and wife Minerva, Robert Hernandez and wife Helen, Rosa Chavez and husband Henry, and Danny Hernandez and wife Verenice.

Funeral Services for David Hernandez will be held at Cross Brand Cowboy Church in Tyler, Texas on Saturday, January 28, 2023. Visitation will be at 12:00 PM, followed by the service at 2:00 PM with Brother Mike Morrow and Brother Lance Eiland officiating. Graveside Service will follow at Morrow Cemetery in Winnsboro, Texas.

Serving as pallbearers are Wrangler Hernandez, Colby Green, Jesus Castillo, Jeremiah Howell, Eddie Hernandez, and Juan Hernandez.

For those who desire, memorial contributions can be made in honor of David Hernandez to the Remnant Vaquero Church by sending donations to the following accounts; Venmo - @Kassidy-Hernandez-3 or Zelle - (903)-413-9554.

 

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David Gabriel Hernandez, de 51 años, fue a estar con su Rey Jesucristo para disfrutar de la vida eterna el Viernes 20 de Enero del 2023, estuvo rodeado de su familia.

David nació en El Paso, Texas, el 24 de Mayo del 1971, hijo de Pedro Hernandez e Irene Parra. Se casó con el amor de su vida, Yvette Barraza y juntos dieron la bienvenida a dos hijos, David Wrangler y Kassidy Rose.

La familia Hernandez se movieron para el este de Texas. David era fuerte en su fe y pastor fundador de la Iglesia Reunión De Vaqueros en Quinlan, donde sirvió durante 10 años. Después de establestarse en el condado de Wood, David fundó la Iglesia Remnant Vaquero en el condado de Wood.

La ocupación diaria de David era plomero, pero tenía muchas otras habilidades y pasiones increíbles. El tomo mucha alegría al reunirse con su familia y amigos para servir a Dios y tener compañerismo. A David le encantaba preparar comidas maravillosamente deliciosas, especialmente brisket ahumado. Si David estaba cocinando, querrías estar allí.

Una de las pasiones de David era su programa de críar de gallos de pelea, "hang’n line game". Le encantaba pasar tiempo con su nieto Wilder cuidando a sus pollos.

David también disfrutó de las joyas nativa americana, su colección "Ranchero Rústico" estaba hecho con plata esterlina, oro y piedras turquesas autenticas que eligió a mano. Sus hermosas creaciones fueron hechas por sus manos con especial cuidado y son completamente únicas.

David era un hombre muy talentoso y creativo. Le encantaba incluir a su familia en toda su artesanía y con orgullo continuarán su tradicion. David era un verdadero vaquero y esto se demostró a través de todos los aspectos de su vida. No pasó un día en el que no usara un sombrero de vaquero y sus botas. Le encantaba lanzar sus mecate, montar y entrenar caballos. 

Otra de sus pasiones era cocinar en su antigua carreta. David y su familia participaron en varios eventos de competencia de Carretas en los que cocinó sobre el fuego con su cazuella de fierro. En la última competencia de Carreta, David y su equipo ganaron el primer lugar, su increíble comida realmente abrazó su cultura.

Algunas cosas que le encantaba hacer en su rancho era cazar, pescar, criar ganado y trabajar en su jardín.  Continuó disfrutando de su tierra apasionadamente todos los días.

Los que rodeaban a David, se complacían mucho en observar la alegría y el amor por Jesucristo que él traía a todos de su alrededor. Él era un verdadero guardador de mandamientos de Dios y tenía una disposición natural para siempre ayudar y dar le a los demás en tiempos de necesidad.

David es precedido en la muerte por su madre, Irene Hernandez.

Queda para atesorar su memoria su amorosa y fiel esposa, Yvette Hernandez; su hija Kassidy Rose Hernandez; su hijo David Wrangler Hernandez y su esposa Makinna; su nieto, Wrangler Wilder Hernandez de la comunidad de Cartwright; su papá, Pedro Hernandez; sus hermanos, Anna Otero y su esposo Alex, Paul Hernandez y su esposa Aurora, Margie Villaneueva y su esposo Mario, Pete Hernandez y su esposa Minerva, Robert Hernandez y su esposa Helen, Rosa Chávez y su esposo Henry, y Danny Hernandez y su esposa Verenice.

Los servicios funerarios para David Hernandez estaran en la iglesia Cross Brand Cowboy Church en Tyler, Texas, el Sábado 28 de Enero del 2023. La visitacion será a las 12:00 de la tarde, seguido del servicio a las 2:00 de la tarde con el hermano Mike Morrow y el hermano Lance Eiland oficiando. Sepultación seguira en el Panteón Morrow en Winnsboro, Texas.

Serviendo como pallbearers son Wrangler Hernandez, Colby Green, Jesus Castillo, Jeramiah Howell, Eddie Hernandez, y Juan Hernandez.

Para aquellos que lo deseen, se pueden hacer contribuciones conmemorativas en honor de David Hernandez a la Iglesia Remanente Vaquero a la cuenta de Venmo; @Kassidy-Hernandez-3 o tambien a la cuenta de Zelle; (903)-413-9554.

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Visitation

Saturday, January 28, 2023

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Cross Brand Cowboy Church

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Funeral Service

Saturday, January 28, 2023

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Cross Brand Cowboy Church

11915 FM2015, Tyler, TX 75708

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