Bisael Hernandez

Bisael Hernandez, 56, of Waco, passed away Sunday, April 14, 2019.

Visitation: 6-8pm, Thursday, April 18, at Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Bisael was born in Bejucos, Mexico on December 16, 1962.

He was the son of Raul Hernandez and Epifania Castelan. He had one sister, Osbelia Hernandez.

He moved to the United States in the early 1980’s and became a resident in 1989.  He took and passed his citizenship test and interview in March 2019.

His most important things in life were his children and grandchildren.  He had three children, Martha Hernandez 35, Sandra Hernandez 34 and Diego Hernandez 33 all of Waco.  He had 14 grandchildren, Ramiro Toribio, Samuel Becera, Raul Toribio, Joshua Alvarenga, Fedencia Perez, Anthony Alvarenga, Juliana Perez, Brooke Hernandez, Mario “JJ” Perez, Kelly Perez, Angelique Vigil, Allyzandra Perez, Ary Luna and Yara Luna.

Bisael was also survived by three dogs, several fish and a plethora of plants.

He loved his family and he loved soccer. He loved the outdoors and working with his hands. Bisael liked things done a certain way and would tell you how that was. He was a man of many talents and had a humble and kind spirit. He had a smile for everyone he met.

He coached soccer for 30 plus years. In his final days on this earth, he was watching soccer on Diego’s tablet.

Bisael was a hardworking man.  He worked at Meridian Precast for approximately 20 years, Quality Cars for two  years, Sanderson Farm and Cargill for five years and Simer and Tetens for four years.

He left a huge hole in our hearts and a lifetime of memories.

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708

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  1. Adrian Arranaga

    He was my childhood coach , he paved the way for me when it came to soccer . Ever since I first played soccer he was around , he will be deeply missed but never forgotten. He had a golden heart and anybody that knew him could see that .

  2. Will always remember his big smile a wave to greet us when we would come to visit. Such a hard worker and a great man. He will be missed. Our prayers for his family.

  3. Robin and I loved and will miss Maceas so very much! We are sending prayers and Angels to your families! Lots of love and hugs!

  4. Walter Rusek and Family

    “Coach” was such a great man. He truly took Walter under his wing and never failed to inspire him to greater things. He took his smallest player and showed him that size was not everything and the lessons he taught about life as well as soccer are part of what makes my son who he is today. Thanks you. He touched so many kids lives and set such a great example of what sportsmanship and being there for your family looks like. It was a blessing knowing him. Our prayers for his family.

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