John Henry Cisneroz

06/26/1953 ~ 03/01/2014





John Henry Cisneroz, 60, took the hands of his “Lord & Savior” March 1, 2014. He was born in Houston, TX. to parents Fernando and Eva Cisneroz. After graduating from Davis High School he married his high school sweetheart Rosario “Rosie” Cisneroz and they shared a loving and unforgettable 23 years of marriage before she passed away. He now joins his wife and brother, Ralph Cisneroz with the angels in Heaven. John was a patriotic man, supporting the troops and honored those in uniform. Not only did he work on cars but eventually became a collector of them. Anywhere in the house that the Beatles were playing, you knew it was John. He was a true fan, but nothing could compare to his passion to his family. His grandchildren meant the world to him. With such a loving heart he always seemed to think of everyone else first, even before himself. So generous and kind, a definite Family Man.

John leaves his everlasting memories to be remembered to his son, Jason John Cisneroz and wife Sanjuanita; daughter, Michelle Rose Cisneroz and husband Elmer; brothers, Fernando Cisneroz Jr. and Joel Cisneroz; sister Rosemary Riojas; grandchildren, Roman Gomez, Nevaeh Rose Gomez, Aliana Rose Cisneroz, Jayden Jason Villatoro, Adrian Joseph Villatoro and future granddaughter, Sophia Elena Cisneroz.

A Visitation with the family will be held on Thursday, March 6th, 2014 from 4pm – 9pm with a Rosary to be recited at 7pm in Compean Main Chapel. A Funeral Mass will be Celebrated at 10 O’clock in the morning on Friday, March 7th, 2014 at St. Patrick Catholic Church (4918 Cochran St.). Interment will follow in the Historic Hollywood Cemetery.

  1. Alice Davis

    1 year ago  

    Well Tinkie, another Angel (your Aunt Grace) has left us here on earth to join you and Aunt Eva along with the other family members who have also gone to be with our Savior and Heavenly Father. Although I’m exceptionally sad at this time due to the sudden loss of mom, it brings me pleasure knowing that she’s happy to finally rest and be among others that she had missed (her father, husband, YOU, your mom and other family members and friends) when she was here with us. Like her, we especially missed you as I so much do now. I know you know that I have my moments when I cry and just wish I could see and talk to you in person. I do cherish all the memories of us as kids, teens and adults … and that is something that I’ll always keep close to my heart and soul forever and ever. I love you John Henry, please give my mom a great big hug and kiss for me, okay?
    Your cousin, Alice Ruth 😘💕💕💕
    PS: 🎼 “Imagine”

  2. Barney Giesen

    6 years ago  

    What a great legacy to leave behind. May mine be like his. God’s comfort and encouragement to all the family.

  3. Nikki Corpening

    6 years ago  

    I didn’t have the pleasure of knowing John personally. However, I am friends with his beautiful daughter. Through my relationship with Michelle, I witnessed what a wonderful loving father and grandfather John was. May his homecoming to our Creator and Savior be blessed.

  4. From Mr. & Mrs. Julius Hernandez ( Julius , Gina, Catherine, Christopher, Charles, lyn)

    6 years ago  

    In times like this…we struggle for word. May you sense unspoken comfort in this time of sorrow.

    Weep with them that weep.
    Romans 12:15

  5. From Mr. & Mrs. Julius Hernandez ( Julius , Gina, Catherine, Christopher, Charles, lyn)

    6 years ago  

    In times like this…..we struggle for words. May you sense unspoken comfort in this time of sorrow.

    Weep with then that weep.
    Romans 12:15

  6. Tanya

    6 years ago  

    I met John through one of my best friends, Jason over 8 years ago. I had the pleasure of traveling with them to Washington, D.C. John loved politics and truly enjoyed the time he had their with his son. I wasn’t his blood but he would always ask me about my children and called me, “Mija”. I will never forget his laugh and his beautiful smile. He will be missed but his memory will carry on through his children and grandchildren. God bless.

    Tanya and Jose

  7. Joseph Ramirez

    6 years ago  

    Life… fragile, Loss….so sudden, Heart….so broken,…in the wake of such a loss, we are haunted by things we don’t, and may never, understand. Yet the solace we seek may not come from answers. So we look for comfort in the belief of love’s everlasting connection. May that love lift you and hold you close, and give you peace.
    Always In Our Prayers

    Joseph,Christopher and Rita Ramirez

  8. Elida M. Navarro

    6 years ago  

    I will never forget when John Henry was little, he was the most cutest little boy very well mannered, & always smiling. He always followed his dad around trying to fix things. He will be greatly missed. Our sincere condolences go out to the family. Love Always, Your Cousin Elida Navarro & Cynthia N.

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