Raymond Escalon

Raymond Escalon, 63, a lifelong resident of Houston, TX, passed away April 27, 2021 at his residence.

Raymond was born in Houston, TX on November 23, 1957.  He worked many years in the automotive field and enjoyed fishing, music and all the Houston sports franchises but most importantly he had a love for Jesus and preaching in numerous ministries. He also loved his country and would help many people he met even if it was little means, he had a heart of gold and made friends with everyone.

Raymond reunites with his parents, Mary Esther Escalon and Raymond Escalon, Sr.; son, Christopher Logan Escalon; and two brothers, Adolph Longoria and David Longoria. He is survived by his son, Matthew Ray Escalon; sister, Teri Bonnel and husband Michael; brothers, Eddie Escalon, wife Rhonda, Daniel Escalon, wife Joanna and Manny Escalon; four grandchildren, Aaron Escalon, Xzander Escalon, Maddison Escalon and Avalynn Escalon; eleven nieces and nephews: Robert Meza, Jr., Jennifer Barranco, Jessica Meza Garcia, Melanie Longoria, Emanuel Escalon, Erika Escalon, Krista Escalon, Marley Escalon, Jordan Escalon, Joseph Escalon and Stephanie Escalon.

Funeral service will begin at 9:00 a.m., Monday, May 3, 2021 in the chapel of Crowder Funeral Home in Pearland, TX. Burial to follow at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Houston, TX.

The pall bearers are: Michael Bonnel, Manny Escalon, Daniel Escalon, Emanuel Escalon, Matthew Escalon and Joseph Escalon.


  1. To my tio from ur sobrino Tiffany, I am so sorry this happened to you , you will be missed terribly by all of us ur Little Rock family, I will always remember what you told me about my hijo, I will put him in some type of sports and to never cut his hair,, siempre te querré, until we meet again te quiero!!!

    Tiffany Ward
  2. I was so saddened to hear of my cousin Raymond’s passing. He and I were the best of friends growing up and I will forever miss his humor and positive attitude. He was a fun loving and carefree soul that I truly enjoyed spending time with. Regardless of the difficult situations he faced during his lifetime, he always maintained a bright outlook and was quick with a smile and a humorous gesture. He was one of kind that will be missed by all his friends and family! May he Rest In Peace!

    Ventura Vidaurri
  3. Sending my heartfelt condolences to the family of Raymond I am Marie sister down here in Little Rock Ray was a joy to be around always was smiling and having fun he was the life of the gathering I am deeply saddened by his passing may the LORD keep his loving arms around his family he will truly be missed down here I know GOD got him in his loving arms we will see Ray again and have a good old time I’m sending this on behalf of my daughter Tiffany who Ray loved dearly loving memories Love Donna ward

    Donna ward
  4. I saw you Saturday , APRIL 24 on Sabo and Beltway.
    I should have stopped and said hi,but I did not. You were
    passing out flyers. I just remember your big smile and your
    hat. That would be the last time to see you.


  5. Our Condolences on behalf of Tender Mercy Ministries

    Lovetta Smith

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