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Adrian Villegas

Adrian Villegas

Sunday, May 1st, 1977 - Saturday, April 18th, 2020
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Adrian Villegas, 42, of Monahans, passed away 04/18/2020 surrounded by loved ones after losing his battle to a lengthy illness.

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Adrian was born on May 1, 1977 to John and Gloria Villegas in Crane, Texas. He was a jack of all trades who loved the outdoors and was notorious for his BBQ cookouts. But most of all, he cherished time spent with family and friends.

Adrian is survived by his daughter Celestina Crawford and husband Brandon of Hubbard, Texas; Ivan Smith and wife Jessica of Canton, Texas; son Salvador Amparan of Pearland, Texas; mother Gloria Villegas of Crane; brother James Villegas of Amarillo, Texas; longtime girlfriend Olga Franco of Monahans, Texas and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his daughter Sianna Mylene Villegas and father John.
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Fernando Rizo

Posted at 03:06pm
We started out as friends and with time became Brothers. There are countless memories of you that I will forever cherish. Rest easy Carnal, Love you
LS

Lynette Slaton

Posted at 11:39am
I know Adrian will be sorely missed by his family and friends. Aside from his famous bbq, he made a mean hot sauce. Really mean. Very tasty but his version packed the heat! He is gone too soon. Fly free.
KS

Kelly Shearrer

Posted at 10:31am
Lots of love and prayers coming your way from me and Karen.
JV

James Villegas

Posted at 09:55am
I vividly recall the day you came into this world. I eagerly awaited in the hospital lobby, for what seemed like an eternity, excited to welcome my baby brother. At the time I didn’t realize it, but I also gained a partner in crime and a friend for life.

There are countless stories and memories to share. It seems like only yesterday we were riding bikes, building forts, playing in the mud or having one of our many epic Star Wars light saber battles. And who could forget the recreations of Wrestle Mania in the bedroom that used to drive mom and dad nuts.

Even as adults you had the ability to make me feel like a kid again. You taught me it was okay to act silly and not care who was watching. That’s probably why our trips were always a guaranteed good time. I remember playing so hard on the beaches of Mexico that we didn’t notice we hadn’t eaten for days. Not even a tropical storm could slow us down. But regardless of where our adventures took us or the shenanigans we got into, one thing was certain...it wouldn’t be long until we were both laughing so hard we couldn’t breathe.

You had many admirable skills, from your mechanical savviness to your culinary prowess. Your bbq was legendary and a great source of pride and happiness. I don’t think there was a month or even a week you weren’t behind the grill.

You truly had a magnetic personality that drew people in and together. I loved how infectious your love of music was and how you would just sing along and dance at the drop of a hat. You remind us all we don’t need much on this earth to truly enjoy life. It’s the simple things that are free that can bring the greatest joys.

Now it’s hard to imagine a world without you.
Inside that sometimes gruff exterior was a tender heart, a loyal and dedicated friend, and a fierce protector and defender of those you loved. You will forever be missed and forever in our hearts. May you take all the love with you and Rest In Peace.
NC

Noemi Chavez

Posted at 11:11pm
Our thought and prayers are with the entire Villegas Family!
Felix & Noemi Chavez
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