Edward Agustin Aguilar

Edward Agustin Aguilar

Edward Agustin Aguilar

Edward Aguilar

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Edward Aguilar
Edward "Eddie" Agustin Aguilar, beloved husband, father, father-in-law and grandfather died peacefully on February 4, 2021 at the age of 69. Eddie was born on March 7, 1951 in Dallas, Texas to Agustin and Carmen Aguilar. Born and raised in Dallas, he spent his childhood days making lifelong friends and unforgettable memories. At the age of 18 he volunteered for the U.S. Army with one of his lifelong friends Javier Granado, and brother-in-law Ernest Moya during the peak of the Vietnam War. He served in Vietnam from 1969-1971 and was honorably discharged in November 1971. Eddie was extremely proud of his military service. He married Mary Moya, on June 6, 1971. Together they raised their children and later moved to Grand Prairie, Texas. In 2004 he gave his life to the Lord and enjoyed fellowshipping and worshiping at church. He wholeheartedly loved and served the Lord, and trusted Him completely. He enjoyed spending time with his family, working on classic cars with his son, and attending car shows. Eddie is survived by his wife, Mary; son Edward Aguilar and wife Karla and daughter Rita Massey and husband Ben; grandchildren, Isaac and Isabella Massey and Edward Aiden Aguilar. He is also survived by his mother,Carmen Benavides Aguilar; siblings Alice Morales, David Aguilar, Peter Aguilar, Thomas Aguilar, and Stephen Aguilar. He is preceded in death by his father, Agustin Aguilar. Visitation will be from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm. with funeral service to follow from 12:30-1:30 pm. Pastor Bob Moya will officiate the ceremony. Burial to follow at Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery 2000 Mountain Creek Parkway Dallas, TX 75211 at 2:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Eddie's life. Please know that we understand that today's environment is difficult for everyone and attending gatherings can be scary or put you at risk. The services will be streamed on the internet and we encourage all that want to to say their goodbyes to do so in a way that is safest for them. The family would like to thank everyone for their love and support through the years and during this difficult time. Wade Family Funeral Home 817-274-9233

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  1. Aunt Mary, Eddie, Rita and family, we are so sorry for the loss of Uncle Eddie and express our sincere condolences. He will always be remembered by us as someone who had a quiet and kind way about him. He will be deeply missed! Please know you all our continuously in our prayers. Love, Melissa, Cindy, Ceara, Benjamin and Chloe Garza.

  2. To our special Po Boys Classic Car Club family members Eddie & Mary sending our thoughts & prayers. The Aguilar family was a big part of this Car Club. At the Friday Night Cruise In, Local Car Shows, Special Events, Swap Meets & the Club Meetings we all knew Eddie’s Black 55 Chevy. There are so many stories we could tell from those events. He’s a bright star & candle. He will be miss. God needed Eddie to work on Classic Cars & he chose the best. Eddie’s working on & driving a classic car in heaven now with a big Trophy beside him. Waving with that big smile of his. A loved member of the Car Circuit. Blessed to know him. A true friend.

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