Frank Jiminez


Frank Jiminez

1944 – 2020

Frank Jiminez, 75, was born on November 22, 1944 in Houston, Texas and entered eternal rest on June 22, 2020 in Pearland, Texas.  Frank was a loving father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, and friend.  He was preceded in death by his mother, Julia Orozco; his sons, Frank Jiminez, Jr. and Louis Gonzalez; and his brother, Jim Barron.  Frank leaves behind to cherish his memories, his father, Frank Jiminez, Sr.; his daughters, Adelina Romero, Norma Sanchez & husband Julian, Eva Jiminez, Diana Jiminez & husband Adrian Saenz, Emily Jiminez, and Francis Jiminez; his brothers, Sam Jiminez and Mike Jiminez; his sisters, Lydia Pena, Deborah Trevino, Frances Jiminez, Joann Jiminez, and Molly Flores; his grandchildren, Alex Romero, Victoria Romero, Anthony Romero, RJ Castro, Roel Castro, Sabrina Sanchez, Juan Sanchez, Jose Pena, Fernando Flores, Raul Trevino III, Ezequiel Trevino, Robert Gonzales, Justin Gonzales, Dezirae Saenz, Mercedes Jiminez, Nisa Garcia, John Garcia, Briana Garcia, Brandon Garcia, Frank Jiminez, III, and Brandon Jiminez; numerous great grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends.  Frank will be greatly missed by all who shared wonderful memories with him.

Visitation:  Saturday, June 27, 2020

Times:  4:00pm  – 9:00pm

Prayer Service:  6:00pm

Location:  Compean Funeral Home Main Chapel

  1. Diana Jiminez

    1 month ago  

    My dad will be missed greatly! I was happy at the fact that he was surrounded by his family who truly loved him… until we meet again dad I love you with all my heart & soul!

  2. Patty

    1 month ago  

    Frank I will miss you dearly. We had great times together. I really wish I could have been there with you when you got sick. Something kept telling me to call you. But,I was also feeling sick. You’ll be in my heart forever. Love you always. Patty.

  3. Miss Pam

    1 month ago  

    I knew Frank for a little over twenty amazing years! He was always kind hearted, soft spoken, and compassionate towards not only myself who always felt like an outcast, but to everyone he met. I will miss him dearly and will never forget the feeling of family that he brought into my world. I am glad that your pain has ended and I prey that we will meet again when our Lord Jahova calls me home! R.I.P.

  4. 2 months ago  

    Frank was my dad best friend but my dad left first cause God called him. Frank loved my dad El Indio , Frank saw my dad as a brother along with Sam but has a plan for us. It’s sad that our teachers leave us but they thought us a lot of things in life and how to love one another because life ain’t easy. Frank always told me that my dad was a good man, and I’m going to miss Frank cause he always looked after me and my dad always loved Frank as his brother 😢 R.I.P. Frank by the Indio Familia

  5. Tamari Maxangale

    2 months ago  

    Norma (Jean) The Bible says to be absent from the body is to be presence with the Lord! So this means we have to get our house in order so we can be ready when he comes. We have to believe that the Lord only wants the best. And there is no greater home other than the one up in glory. So we make peace knowing he’s resting.

  6. Michelle

    2 months ago  

    We love you Uncle Frank. You will be missed. May you Rest In Peace. Forever in our hearts ♥️

  7. Amber Cortez

    2 months ago  

    Uncle Frank you were one of the sweetest uncles! You will be missed very much but at least now your in heaven at peace waiting for the rest of us to get there. I love you so much and sending kisses your way!

  8. Meagan Diaz

    2 months ago  

    Rest In Peace Tío, you will be forever missed. We love you so much

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