Jose Quintero

January 22, 1943 - February 10, 2018
U.S. Armed Forces Veteran
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Jose Quintero was the eldest son and third of eight children born on January 22, 1943 to Urbano & Angelita Quintero in Donna, Texas. The Quintero's were a migrant family always traveling across the United States for work, before setting in Hobart, Oklahoma in 1961. The family had many struggles just for the bare necessities. These struggles are what kept their faith in Jesus Christ and made for a stronger family bond.
Jose Quintero attended school in many cities wherever the family settled, however the majority of his school years were in Donna, Texas where he attended through the eighth grade. Upon settling in Hobart, he started his adult career at United Supermarket where he was called "Joe United". Jose married Maria Pecina in Fort Worth, Texas on December 20, 1965. From this marriage they had four children (Jesse, Carmen, Urbano, & Vincente) that were raised in Hobart, Oklahoma. Jose also served his country in the Oklahoma National Guard, receiving an honorable discharge in December 1967. Jose also worked for many farmers in the area as a laborer as well as hosting an hour long Hispanic program on the radio on Saturday mornings, sponsored by United. In the late seventies, he worked for Holman Dental Lab, as a dental technician. In 1984, he started a career for Anderson Oil Company as a pumper. He retired in 2009, due to health issues.
Jose was a good and loving son, brother, husband, and grandfather who always put his family first.

Jose Quintero is survived by his loving wife, Maria Pecina Quintero of the home,
children:
Jesse Quintero and wife Kim Norvelle Quintero, Weatherford, Oklahoma,
Carmen Revilla and husband David of Blair, Oklahoma,
Urbano Quintero and wife Maria Crispin Quintero, El Paso, Texas,
grandchildren include
Jessica, Jayden, & Kason Quintero of Weatherford, Oklahoma,
Melissa & Joseph Hernandez of Hobart, Oklahoma,
Brittany & Kendrick Quintero of El Paso, Texas,
Blake Quintero of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
and seven great-grandchildren whom he loved very much.

He is also survived by his sister Eva Munoz and husband Asencion,
sister Juanita Garza and husband Albino,
his brother Esteban Quintero and wife Maria,
sister Rosa Ramirez, sister Sophia Perez and husband Felipe,
and sister Elena Alonzo and husband Servey all of Hobart, Oklahoma.

He is preceded in death by his parents Urbano & Angelita Quintero, one baby brother Simon Quintero and son Vincente Quintero.

Service Information

Funeral
Date: February 13, 2018
Time: 10:00 am
Interment
Date: February 13, 2018

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Joe & Debbie Ramirez
Verden, OK
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Alicia Munoz Farrow
Stillwater, OK
I love you with all my heart & I will miss you so much!
Coralinda G Kloberdanz
Durant, OK
So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you all.
Dot Hernandez
Huntsville, TX
. Love you Joe, you have always been a big part of our family. Thinking and praying for you Maria and the rest of the family.
Olga Garza Hinojosa
Robstown, TX
My love and prayers to all the Quintero family. Rest in peace cousin
glenna ledbetter/Joey,Jazzy Hernandez
hobart, OK
Our hearts go out to family!! you were a grandpa to many family or not!! we will miss you greatly Jose Quintero
glenna ledbetter/Joey,Jazzy Hernandez
hobart, OK
Our hearts go out to family!! you were a grandpa to many family or not!! we will miss you greatly Jose Quintero
Curt and Sandy Hibbert
Newcastle, OK
So sorry for your loss. Prayers!
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