In Loving Memory
Mr. Cameron Truss Haggerty
Cameron Haggerty, age 28, passed unexpectedly from multiple organ failure on October 21, 2020. Cameron and his wife, Brandalyn, were together for 6.5 years and married for 3. At the time of his passing, their son was 21-months old and their daughter was 3-months. Cameron served in the U.S. Army and as part of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, "The Old Guard" where he was a Tomb Guard for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. After completing his time in the Army, he completed vocational school to work on wind turbines, but spent the last 5 years working for a local chemical company as an operator. He will always be remembered for his devotion to his family, sense of humor, unique sense of style, dedication to work, being a volunteer firefighter, and his contagious smile
He enjoyed spending time with family, traveling, watching sports, working out, playing video games and having a beer with friends. Cameron was the type of person that never met a stranger and could light up the room upon entering. He was a loving father, husband, son, brother, uncle, friend and colleague. Cameron’s greatest accomplishment were his two children, whom will continue to keep his memory alive. Although he has left the world too soon, he continues to show his wife and children signs that he is forever with them and guiding them.
Mr. David Moreno
We are saddened to annouce the passing of Mr. David Moreno. A San Antonio native, David graduated from Jefferson High School and lived his whole life in the Jefferson area. He served nine years in the Texas National Guard, and was proud to serve this country. He worked at multiple places over the years, including Winn’s, Methodist Hospital, and most recently, almost 20 years at Meals on Wheels. For a time, he was also a member of the Woodlawn Lake Casting Club.
Everyone knew him for his smile, his laugh and his sense of humor. He could talk to anyone, anywhere, and about almost anything. No one was a stranger to him. He was always willing to help anyone who needed it. David had two loves in his life: his family and fishing, and he did not hesitate to combine those two loves. He loved to take his children, grandchildren, and nephews fishing and to feed the ducks. He will be dearly missed by all who knew and love him.
Mr. Moreno's family has graciously asked that donations be made to Fin Addict Angler Foundation in lieu of flowers in order to celebrate and support an organization that stands for values he would have embraced. We thank you, and we send all of our thoughts and prayers to the Moreno family.