Obituary of Isaac Perez
First and foremost, the Perez / Anaya family would like to thank the multitude of people who have helped us through this hard time or have had a positive effect on the life Isaac lived. Isaac was a wholehearted young man with ambition. He was a senior at Sulphur Springs High School and held his head up high every time he recognized himself as a Wildcat. He loved his family, his football team, his marching band and his countless friends. Those who have shared his greatest accomplishments with him know how much he worked to complete them. Isaac was one of the hardest working students I have ever had the honor of knowing. From being an honorable student, to being a High School Football player, he would always do whatever he could to succeed at everything he dreamt of. He would always bring up how much he loved his family, his sport and his trumpet. Isaac was always diligent in his work, whether it was caring for his animals, studying his playbook and schoolwork or doing a fantastic job at Whataburger. He was a pillar of morality in his community. He was always smiling, always laughing and always ready to help any person in need. I never once saw him turn away a person in need. We should all remember him that way. He was a caring student who loved his family and constantly led by altruistic character. We will constantly live his life through ours by doing what is right and acknowledging the beauty of the world. We ask kindly that the next time you see any of your loved ones; you hug them, kiss them and tell them you love them. We never know when we’ll leave this world, but at least we’ll know we were loved as he knew he was. Isaac Perez’s life and memory will survive by his parents, Antonio and Yolanda, his Brother Anibal, his sisters Brenda and Erica, his aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces. Thank you for taking the time to read this and please keep him in your hearts and prayers.
- Christian Perez and the Perez / Anaya family