H.R. No. 125
         WHEREAS, Fred Alonzo Rangel of San Antonio, an esteemed civic
  leader and friend to many, passed away on October 2, 2021, at the
  age of 66; and
         WHEREAS, Freddie Rangel was born in Corpus Christi on
  October 21, 1954, to the Reverend Frank Rangel Sr. and Sylvia
  Rangel, and he grew up with the companionship of five brothers,
  Rudolfo, Frank, Robert, Gilbert, and Richard; after graduating from
  Memorial High School in San Antonio, he earned a bachelor's degree
  in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1978; he
  later received a diploma in biblical studies from the Latin
  American Bible Institute in San Antonio; and
         WHEREAS, Mr. Rangel founded ADCO Master Builders in 1991, and
  he served for many years as president and chief executive officer;
  over the course of his tenure, he played an instrumental role in
  building commercial and residential structures in the San Antonio
  area; passionate about politics, he served as president of the
  Republican Party of Bexar County, as a precinct chair, and as a
  member of the State Republican Executive Committee; and
         WHEREAS, A man of deep faith throughout his life, Mr. Rangel
  served as youth minister at La Trinidad Assembly of God Church and
  as associate minister at East Central Assembly of God Church; most
  recently, he was an active member of Westover Hills Church, where he
  volunteered countless hours with several ministries; and
         WHEREAS, In all his endeavors, Mr. Rangel benefited from the
  love and support of his wife, Debbie, and he took great pride in
  their daughter, Amy; over the years, he had the pleasure of seeing
  his family grow to include two grandchildren, Luna and Joaquin; in
  his leisure time, he enjoyed playing golf, playing the guitar, and
  going dancing with his wife; and
         WHEREAS, Deeply devoted to his family and his community,
  Freddie Rangel made a meaningful difference in the lives of his
  loved ones and fellow citizens alike, and his contributions will be
  fondly remembered for years to come; now, therefore, be it
         RESOLVED, That the House of Representatives of the 87th Texas
  Legislature, 3rd Called Session, hereby pay tribute to the memory
  of Fred Alonzo Rangel and extend heartfelt sympathy to all who mourn
  his passing; and, be it further
         RESOLVED, That an official copy of this resolution be
  prepared for his family and that when the Texas House of
  Representatives adjourns this day, it do so in memory of Freddie
  Speaker of the House     
         I certify that H.R. No. 125 was unanimously adopted by a
  rising vote of the House on October 18, 2021.
  Chief Clerk of the House