Jose A. Jimenez

Born on May 25, 1941 in Presidio, Texas.  Second son of Jose de la Luz and Emma Nieto de Jimenez. Two siblings:  Luis A. Jimenez and Francisco X. Jimenez.  Served 13 years as commissioned Reserve Officer in USAF, 4 years with BHI in Iran, 13 years with General Dynamcis/Lockheed, 3 years with Bell in Hurst, Texas and 2 years with Raytheon.  Retired Disabled Viet Nam Veteran living in Benbrook, Texas.  Loves traveling throughout USA with his wife on Recreation Vehicle and loves cruising worldwide. 

Ambrosine (Gina) H. Jimenez

 

Born on December 1, 1943 in Fukien Province, Peoples Republic of China and was the third child of five of  Tsu Kan Han and Jan E Pan Han.  Four siblings:  William, Alice, Victor and Chung Sing Han.  Gina graduated from Providence Catholic College in Taichung, Taiwan with a BA degree in Foreign Languages.  She worked for Air Asia at the time of our marriage and before migrating to the U.S.A. with her husband, Jose A. Jimenez.  Their marriage bore two sons, Rolando and Marcus.  She worked at Bank of America for 15 years and then retired to join her husband, Jose, also in retirement.  She and her husband have enjoyed retirement traveling extensively in their RV and going on numerous cruises.

Rolando Jimenez

 

Born on April 13, 1968 in Winter Park, Florida.  He was the first born of Jose A. and Gina Jimenez.  He had a brother named Marcus Jimenez.  Rolando graduated from Western Hills High School in Ft. Worth, Texas and attended University of Texas Arlington in Arlington, Texas.  His work experience was in the field of Accounting, Accounts Payable.  He worked for numerous companies including Peterbilt, GAF, 7-11 Corporate, and numerous Health Care companies, i.e. Concentra.  He loved boating, golf, camping and outdoors recreation.  He fathered two daughters, Emma Li and Eliana Rose.  His spouse and mother of his two daughters was Amber White of Lake Dallas, Texas.  He was quite successful in his career and was quite popular and well loved by friends, relatives and business peers.  Rolando died (March 25, 2015) a sudden death caused by an annurism of the heart.  He lived a full and happy life that was cut short at a very young age of 46.