Edward Muñiz

Brother Edward Muniz lost his battle with cancer on July 11, 2023. He was part of Knights of Columbus Council  No. 10256 in Monahans, Texas and KonB Member of the San Angelo diocese.

Donald McCarley

Donald Edward McCarley of Nacogdoches passed away February 12, 2021, in Nacogdoches at the age of 82.  Don graduated from South Park High School in Beaumont, Texas. He was a 22-year veteran with The United States Air Force. He was an active member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Nacogdoches. He was a 4th Degree Knight with The Knights of Columbus.

Charles Raymond Torres

Charles Raymond Torres, age 35, of Manvel, Texas, passed away Sunday, February 14, 2021.  Charles was an Eagle Scout, Lodge Chief for the Wihinipa Hinsa Lodge #113, a firefighter with Manvel Volunteer Fire Department, a FEMA Disaster Assistance Specialist, a member of Knights of Columbus Council #6403 and a Fourth Degree Knight; and the President of the Knights on Bikes for the Austin Diocese.  Charles is survived by his loving wife, Ana Torres; children, Alyssa Vargas, Jeannette Vargas, Janessa Torres, Lizzette Torres, Benito Vargas, Julius Vargas and Raymond Torres.

Christopher James Parra

He passed away suddenly Jan. 26, 2021 at his home in Spring Branch, TX.  Chris had a servant’s heart from a young age and spent countless hours of community service in high school. After graduating from Judson High School he enlisted into the Untied States Marine Corps. He joined the Comal County Sheriff’s Office in July of 2015, and was promoted to Detective in the fall of 2019. Chris was KonB member St Monicas in Converse, TX.  Chris was a husband and a father of 5 young children.


Eloy San Miguel Alvarado Jr.

Eloy San Miguel Alvarado, Jr. age 63 of Devine, Texas passed away on Saturday, December 26, 2020, in San Antonio, Texas.

Brother Eloy Alvarado, is responsible for establishing the KonB-San Antonio Diocese.

Eloy was a kind, hardworking, and generous person.  He was filled with joy when he spoke of how proud he was of his children. He enjoyed watching his children and grandchildren succeed in music, sports, and academics. He shared his gifts broadly with his work, church, and community. He loved his family unconditionally, always putting their needs above everything else. He loved being Grampy.


Terry Simms

Terry Simms member of the KonB-Tyler, Texas passed away on Monday, June 8, 2020 in Nacogdoches.  Terry was born and raised in his beloved East Texas, beginning his life from birth in Allentown and Central, in Angelina County.  Terry never had an idle hand. He enjoyed everything outdoors and was a great asset to the church as he helped with projects and the Food Bank at Sacred Heart.  His life was filled with happy times as he traveled to the beaches and in the motorhome touring the USA with his motorcycle in tow. Terry was the best husband, dad, brother and friend that anyone could ask for.