Clarence Francis Miguez
After a long courageous battle with cancer, Clarence Francis Miguez passed peacefully in his home on Oct. 14, 2017 at the age of 65 surrounded by his loving family as he went to meet his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Clarence was born in New Iberia, LA on March 21, 1952. As an adult, Clarence moved to Aransas Pass, where he worked in the oil field as a rough neck and then a driller. In the early 90s he went to Del Mar College and obtained an electronic technician degree, then opened an electronic shop. He always worked hard to provide for his family. His passions were hunting, fishing, bowling and singing along to his favorite country songs. As a husband, father and grandfather, he will be truly missed by all that loved him. “I loved you then, I love you still. I always have, I always will.” He was preceded in death by his parents LouElla (Foreman) Miguez and Eugene Calvin Miguez, one brother Ronald Paul Miguez, one sister Melissa Ruth Miguez, and one grandson Marshall Jackson Miguez. He is survived by his loving and devoted wife Roxann Miguez, his children Keye Hernandez,Nichole Jayne, special son-in-law Stephen Jayne, Bryan Miguez, special daughter-in-law Natalie Miguez, Michael Miguez, Clarence Miguez Jr. and Jorge Gonzalez (stepson); his brothers, Matthew Miguez and Rodney Miguez; grandchildren, Justine Jayne, Blaze Jayne, Journey Jayne, Tiffany Cottrell, Maximus Miguez, Stephen Miguez, Luke Miguez, Taylor Rogers, Chloe Hernandez, and Colton Hernandez; adopted by love- granddaughters Kimberly Luna and Delilah Hernandez; great grandchild Kash Rogers; and numerous nieces and nephews. Service times pending.