Raymond Moreno


Raymond Moreno passed away Friday, March 12, 2021 from End Stage Renal Disease.

Service Information:  Visitation will be 6:30-8:30pm Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at Lake Shore Funeral Home

Graveside service will be at 1:00 pm Thursday, March 18 at Oakwood Cemetery.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Status


Raymond was born November 22, 1952 to Pedro and Anzelma (Cluke) Moreno. He married his first love Janie Lopez August 23, 1971 and they lived in Waco all their lives. Raymond retired as a master welder from Sheet Metal Workers Local # 67. He commuted for many years to work in Austin and San Antonio to provide for his family. In his spare time Raymond had a passion for building and racing his race car. He enjoyed traveling with his wife to numerous race tracks in Texas and Oklahoma. Raymond also loved to play pool and was a member of the American Poolplayers Association in Waco for many years.

Raymond loved watching his grandchildren grow up to be beautiful young ladies. He adored his great-grandchildren, Antonio and Janie, playing catch with Antonio and pushing Janie in her swing and sneaking candy to them. Raymond was a hard working husband, dad, and pawpaw. He left this world knowing he would  be reunited in heaven with his dear wife, Janie. He will be greatly missed by family and friends.

Raymond is survived by his daughter, Melissa Moreno and husband, Manuel Liendo; granddaughters, Morgan Mendez Rosario and husband, Brayan, Lauren Mendez and Alyson Perez; great-grandchildren, Antonio Espinosa and Janie Grace Mendez.

A special thank you to Jeffrey Place Nursing Home for all their kindness and caring hearts during his residence.



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  1. You will be missed. Gods speed to heaven.

  2. So sorry for your loss.


    Raymond, You will be missed dearly, Melissa Moreno im sorry for your great lost he was so good at everything he did. I spent a couple of months in the Nursing home with Raymond and got to know him again after moving away from Waco for a while. He and I sat and talked every night after dinner and believe it or not i got him to go play Bingo a few times, yes you are correct he is with his beautiful wife Janie that he missed dearly. I can just hear that funny little laugh he had now. It really broke my heart to see such a hard working, proud man having to be pushed around everywhere he went. After I went home from Nursing home i was not allowed to return due to Covid 19. Sorry this was so long he touched me dearly,,,,,, Goodbye my friend

  4. Mike & Judy Jones

    We are so sorry for your loss. No doubt Janie welcomed him with open arms. Prayers for all of you and may you find peace knowing that he is healthy and pain free once again.

  5. Marilyn Nichols

    Melissa, my heart goes out to you. You did your best, but God. I know it’s hard when you did all you can do. I pray God give you peace. Love always Marilyn.

  6. My little buddy, my mentor, and good friend. So thankful to have known you and spent so many hours working (playing) with cars. I never thanked you for all the things I learned from you. You will be missed but I am happy you have gone to be with the love you miss so much, Janie. See you again someday.

  7. Sorry for your loss. I knew Raymond from racing and we both were members of SMW Local 67. Prayers for his family.

  8. R.I.P. my friend you touched a lot of lives in your time on this earth, you will be missed.

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