Severo Cardenas, Jr., 32, passed away on June 19, 2022. He was born on April 22, 1990, in Dallas, Texas, to parents Severo Cardenas, Sr. and Sara Valencia Cardenas.
Severo Cardenas Jr. was the youngest of his family. He was a loving and faithful servant of the Lord since he went on many mission trips traveling the world to spread God's word. He loved to travel to many places where he experienced new adventures with his friends. He was a very outgoing person, always making friends everywhere he went. He was always there for the people he loved. He graduated from Molina High School, continued his education, and got his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. Jr loved his wife and daughter with all his heart and worked so hard for them. Jr was a kid at heart, yet he was so incredibly intelligent. He was spoiled by many and won the hearts of those around him.
Severo Cardenas Jr. era el menor de su familia. Fue un siervo amoroso y fiel del Señor ya que realizó muchos viajes misioneros viajando por el mundo para difundir la palabra de Dios. Le encantaba viajar a muchos lugares donde vivía nuevas aventuras con sus amigos. Era una persona muy extrovertida, siempre hacía amigos dondequiera que iba. Siempre estuvo ahí para las personas que amaba. Se graduó de Molina High School y continuó su educación y obtuvo su licenciatura en ingeniería eléctrica. Jr amaba a su esposa e hija con todo su corazón y trabajaba muy duro por ellas. Jr era un niño de corazón, pero era increíblemente inteligente. Muchos lo mimaron y se ganó los corazones de quienes lo rodeaban.
Severo is survived by his parents Severo and Sara Cardenas; wife of five years Liz Janeth Cainamari Lomas; daughter Ariella Jane Cardenas; brothers Natanael Cardenas and Samuel Cardenas and wife Kerri; sister Lisi Cardenas; nephews Nathan Cardenas and Zack Cardenas; and nieces Michelle Cardenas and Leann Cardenas.
Pastor Marco Del Bosque, with Casa Amistad Church, will officiate for the Cardenas family.
Pallbearers are Samuel Cardenas, Jose Alvarado, Edwin Quintanilla, Carlos Rodriguez, Omar Tapia, Natanael Cardenas, Jose Luis Hernandez, Omar Gallegos, Carlos Cardenas, and Julio Sanchez.