Raymond “Bubba”Lee Fuentes, Jr.

Raymond “Bubba” Lee Fuentes Jr.Raymond “Bubba” Lee Fuentes Jr., born ­November 11, 1963, in Dallas, Tex. passed away December 11, 2017, in Mount Vernon, Tex at age 54.

Ray is preceded in death by his father, Raymond Fuentes; grandparents, Emmitt and Carrie Tindell and Manuel and Alma Fuentes.
Ray is survived by his mother, Lynne Fuentes; children, three sons, Ray and fiancee Alec, Taylor and Alex Fuentes; one daughter, Audra Duron and husband Stephan; three granddaughters; three sisters, Ramona Hyatt and husband, James, Tonia Smith and husband Terry, and Janie Davis and husband John; nephews, Gene, Terrance, John, Jason, and Justin; nieces, Tiffani, Ashlee and Jessyca; 14 great nieces and nephews; three aunts; six cousins and a lot of friends.
Bubba was a lovable, funny guy that would make you laugh; he would brighten your day with his presence. Bubba loved the Lord and was a good Christian. He loved all sports and loved going to the Cowboys games. He played little league football, baseball and basketball from the time he was six until age 13, coached by his dad. He was a Golden Glove featherweight champion. He was an avid skier on water and snow. He loved to go with his family to Gulf Shores and spend time on the beach. He loved racing, he had drag cars and sprint cars. He enjoyed riding bulls. He loved his motorcycles. He loved to dance and won a contest in San Francisco at Fisherman Wharf in 1982 beating out five girls. He was very good in gymnastics. Bubba never met a stranger and was loved by everyone. What he enjoyed the most was spending         time with his family and friends.
             He will be deeply missed.