George Dean Moralez, II
February 5, 2005 ~ October 6, 2021 (age 16)
George Dean Moralez, II, 16 of Elm Mott, Went to be with his Lord and Savior after a courageous battle with an illness including Covid.
A funeral service will be at 11 am, Tuesday, October 12th, 2021 at Waco Community Fellowship Church, 2001 North Valley Mills Drive, Waco, Texas, with Rev. Roger Huff officiating. Interment will follow at Oakwood Cemetery. A Visitation with the family will be 6-8 pm, Monday, October 11th at Grace Gardens Funeral Home.
George was born in Waco, Texas February 5, 2005, to Sabrina Medina Moralez and George Moralez. Growing up in Elm Mott and attending Connally Schools he made an impact that will forever be remembered. He began his generous nature in elementary school, volunteering with Food For Families Drives and participating in the Modern Gentlemen Club. As he grew older, he was a member of the JROTC, he was the manager of the football team, he was a volunteer for Special Olympics, and enjoyed participating in church events and activities. His school pride was evident, especially when he cheered "CC, you know!" As much as he loved his school, he also loved his coaches, teachers, the school staff, and his classmates.
George had the biggest smile, it would light up a room, and everyone who knew him loved him greatly. His unique laugh will be missed. He was very kind-hearted, facing his challenges with determination to succeed, and striving to help others. He was never afraid to make new friends and was always giving fist bumps to others. He also loved animals and being outside. Everyone knew George loved people, but he really thrived when he was working, he had dreams and aspirations of becoming a welder. He looked forward to spending the summer with his Dad, uncle Cecil, and aunt Tricia, where he worked side by side with them on the farm. On the farm, after a long day's work, it was always a joy to fish and go out on the paddleboat.
This summer was one to cherish, spending it with Jennifer and Dustin, going to Six Flags, riding four-wheelers, and other adventures. George was a momma's boy and loved his siblings, always wanting to spend time with them, and spoil them with surprises from the store. Doing things to make others happy was often his goal. Spending time with family and close friends was always special.
He is preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Mary; maternal grandfather, Domingo; great grandparents, Patricia, Jerry, Carmen; aunt, Delores; and uncle Richard.
Left to carry on his life legacy of kindness and giving are his mother, Sabrina, father, George, sister, Alana; brothers, Jaden, Manuel, Jonathan, Julian; paternal grandparents, Patricia and George; great grandmother, Cecilia; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews, and many friends and teammates.
Pall Bearers will be Abel, Brad, Cecil, Colt, Dustin, Gabriel, Joe, Jonathan, Jordan, Noey, Paul, and Pete.
Grace Gardens Funeral Home, Woodway, Texas
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