Conrad Pete Cuyos, Jr.


Conrad Pete Cuyos, Jr., 53, of Pearland, Texas passed away September 10, 2021, in Houston, TX.  Conrad was born September 11, 1967 in Texas City, Texas and was of the Christian faith.  Conrad proudly served in the U.S. Air Force and was awarded numerous medals for his service during Operation Desert Storm.   He loved travelling with his wife, spending time with his kids, playing golf, riding his Harley, muscles cars and spending time with family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Conrad Cuyos Sr. and Joyce Cuyos.  Conrad leaves behind his wife of 30 years, Tammie Cuyos; daughter, Kristen Cuyos; son, Bradley Cuyos, spouse Logan; sisters: Michelle Hicks, husband Roland, and Karen Shortt, husband Billy.

Conrad will forever be in our hearts.  A visitation will be on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 5:00pm – 8:00pm at Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland. Funeral service will be at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 at the Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland.  A private burial will follow at Veterans Memorial in Houston.

In lieu of flowers, family request you make donations to Wounded Warrior Project,, Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758516, Topeka, Kansas 66675-8516, 1-855-448-3997.


  1. I don’t know what to say except how sorry I am for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Please know that I’m here if you need anything.
    (that’s a wonderful picture of Conrad)

    Sally Stephens
  2. My heart is broken from your passing. I cannot wrap my head around the “why” but I know you are with your Mom and Dad. I love you to pieces sweet little boy!! Will miss you even more.

    Aunt Renee, Uncle John & Tiffany
  3. Brother I’m still in disbelief that you’re gone. Just don’t understand some things sometimes. To the family, i am at a loss for words. I know there is nothing for me to say that will make your loss easier but know that I am sending you my love and support. I hope you can understand what I can’t put into words. Extending my most heartfelt sympathy to you and the family.

    Angel Rick Leal
  4. I wish we could of got to know your family better being cousins but life gets in the way. The times we were around your father he was always smiling or laughing. I’m so sorry for y’all’s lose!

    Judy Dietrich
  5. Conrad was a great family man and a great friend! “Hey man, what’s up” was what I got any time I called and we talked often about anything and everything. Recently he started riding motorcycles with us, and had become friends with many of my motorcycle friends, in typically Conrad fashion they all liked spending time with him. I was and continue to be in shock over his loss and am sad the services will be moved as I will be out of town when they occur. To Tammie, Kristen Bradley, and Logan he truly loved each of you and was tremendously proud of his family. I cannot think of a single conversation we had that didn’t eventually include some details about what his family was up to next. God Bless you Conrad and I hope to see you on the other side.

    David Caudill
  6. My prayers for the family in such a time of loss and sorrow. Conrad was a friend through work at the refinery, and I always enjoyed our relationship. He was so proud of his family, and talked about each of you often. He will be sorely missed, and the shock of his passing slow to heal.

    May God bless you in the days to come, and know that many who you have never met are even now praying for you all, and giving thanks for the opportunity to know your husband and father.

    Psalms 121

    Jason L. Chamberlain
  7. We were so sorry to hear about the passing of Conrad. He was a wonderful friend and neighbor. May the peace of God surround your family at this difficult time. We are across the street if you need anything.

    Brian & Kristen Rusk
  8. I am so deeply sorry to hear of Conrad’s passing. He was such a wonderful friend and always made time for everyone. He will be terribly missed and I feel privileged to have known him. I am praying for your family with sincere sympathy.

    Judith Caudill
  9. I didn’t know Conrad that well. His grandmother, Curtis and I are first cousins, but I am closer in age to Conrad. The few times I’ve been around him, he seemed so genuine and kind. I am so sorry for your loss.
    Joan Brantley Coplin

  10. condolences from the Galloway’s

  11. I will always remember the epic foosball game at Nevermann’s Christmas party about 20yrs ago…. Conrad and his wife won, Amanda and I lost… and our competitive colors came out. I still think someone was tilting the table. 😁

    I will also remember how Conrad was happy to see me, no matter how many years passed in-between. He always made me feel good and treated me like a lifelong friend.

    Rest In Peace friend, you’re going to need it for our rematch.

    Dustin Olson
  12. I am soo sorry for your loss. I pray that God will bring peace and comfort in the devastating time. No words can bring the comfort only God can. He was a great man who will never be forgotten. He raised 2 amazing children and his legacy will live on in all of you. Tammie I will pray for you to have comfort in the difficult days ahead that you will have peace and comfort.

    Shelley Chapman
  13. Dear Tammie
    Joe and I are so sorry for the loss of wonderful Conrad. He was such a kind soul and always had a smile. You two were so in love when we first met so many years ago in England, it was so beautiful to watch you. The Air Force Family is always family. We will continue to pray for you and your children. Hugs

    Joseph and Laura Traum
    Layton, Utah

    If you are ever in Utah we would love to have you come and stay. Hugs

    Joseph and Laura Traum
  14. Conrad was a wonderful co-worker, always positive, full of life and kindness. We spent many hours driving to sales calls and shared stories, allowing me a glimpse into his lively personality and life. Although my association with Conrad was through work I count him as one of my dear friends and will miss his bright presence, especially during my business trips to Texas. My most sincere condolences to his family, friends and colleagues; may Conrad rest in peace and may God Bless you, give you peace and keep your wonderful memories of Conrad joyful.

    Ani Omer
  15. Conrad was a friend and a co-worker at the refinery. He brought his “A” game everyday with a smile and a good word for those around him. He was always attentive to what was going on around him, and during a turnaround Conrad was observing welders doing ‘argon welding’ inside a large pipe when their supplied breathing air flow was interrupted. Conrad quickly disconnected a service air line to a tool and placed the air hose into a hole in the pipe. His quick action averted a serious situation.
    I knew when Conrad told me something it was true, if he said he was going to do something he would do it. A fine man, a fine veteran. May he rest in peace and may his family be comforted at this difficult time.

    Jim Daniel
  16. Always great conversations and a big smile when we would come across each other paths. Continued prayers for the family!!! Good man will be missed.

    Philip and Samantha Vincent
  17. I first met “Junior” in 1981 when his parents became friends with my Mother, Nelda Wilkey. Junior was in high school at the time and was very much loved and respected by everyone in the Hardin/Knights Forest area. I hope his family will publish his obit on, and the Gazette in Liberty, Texas so all his classmates, former neighbors and friends will learn of his passing. To Michelle: I am so very sorry to hear about Junior’s death. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.

    Janie Wilkey

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