In loving memory of

Antonio Hernandez Razo
March 1, 1976 - January 11, 2022

Antonio Razo was born March 1, 1976 to Antonio and Alicia (Hernandez) Razo in Los Angeles, California.

Antonio passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family on Tuesday, January 11, 2022 at his home in Denison. He was preceded in death by his father, Antonio Razo.

He is survived by his mother, Alicia Razo of Denison; sister: Patty and her husband Carlos Avila Los Angeles, California; brother, Oswaldo Razo of Denison; other relatives and friends.

Visitation is 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 13, 2022 at the Huebner Funeral Home in Denison. Memorials may be directed to the family.

Antonio Razo naciĆ³ el 1 de marzo de 1976, hijo de Antonio y Alicia (Hernandez) Razo en Los Angeles, California.

Antonio falleciĆ³ en paz, en su casa rodeado de su familia el martes, 11 de enero de 2022 en Denison. Le precedieron en la muerte su padre Antonio Razo.

Le sobreviven su madre, Alicia Razo de Denison; hermana, Patty y su esposo Carlos Avila de Los Angeles, California; hermano, Oswaldo Razo de Denison; otros parientes y amigos.

El Velorio es de 4:00pm a 6:00pm el jueves, 13 de enero de 2022 en la Funeraria Huebner en Denison. Los memoriales pueden ser dirigidos a la familia.


Cathy Whitenack wrote on Jan 12, 2022:

"Antonio was like a second brother to me.....going to the casino was one of my favorite things to do with him...The last couple months his mom and brother would even join..Antonio helped our family through the deaths of our parents and I will be forever grateful for his presence during that time...He had the best facial expressions when I would ask my silly questions...We had so many laughs together...And his "hi Cathy" in his Spanish accent will be so missed....He had such a strong faith in I know he is now an angel beside my parents watching over us. FLY hIGH brother. I WILL MISS YOU!"

BreeAnna Lynn Whitenack wrote on Jan 12, 2022:

"Antonio was my uncle?s bestfriend. He then became family. He was another uncle to me. Tona, as I called him was one of a kind. He got very close with our family. He attended our family birthday parties, celebrating baby showers and many holidays. Tona was always ready to go the casino with us and win some big money. The last few months, we got to know his mother and brother. Antonio was very kind and would help you in a heartbeat. He helped our family as much as he could when we were going through a hard patch on our lives. We are going to miss you so much. Please keep watching over us. Say hello to my grandparents!! Love you Antonio!! "