Carlos A. Valles Jr. of San Angelo left for paradise with our Heavenly Father on May 6th, 2023. He was born to Carlos Valles Sr. and Alma Rosa Aguirre in Odessa, Texas on September 18, 1973.
Carlos attended Permian High School in Odessa, Texas, and later made a career in the oilfield for 30 plus years. His joy came from spending time with his family, especially his children. He always enjoyed making people laugh with his unique personality. Carlos was a man with a huge heart, and anything he did for someone was genuine and came from a place of love.
Carlos married his wife Adrianne Valles on February 24, 2015. He was a phenomenal father to his children, even his stepchildren whom he raised and loved as his own.
He is survived by his wife Adrianne Valles of San Angelo. His children, Aracely Bevanie Valles, Elias Carlos Valles, Dalila Santamaria, and Daniel Santamaria Jr. all of San Angelo, Texas. Sister Sandra Zavala and husband Robert Zavala, sister Monica Martinez and husband Joe Martinez, and brother Dominick Valles all of Odessa, Texas. Nieces, DeAndra Martinez, Makayla Martinez, Khloe Martinez, and Melanie Jase Zavala. Nephews, Brendon Martinez, Joe Diego Martinez Jr. and JJ Martinez all of Odessa, Texas.
Accompanying our loss are many aunts, uncles and cousins.
Carlos is preceded in death by his mother Alma Rosa Valles, father Carlos Valles Sr., his niece Bevanie Wade, his grandparents, several uncles and an aunt.
Visitation will be at Harper Funeral Home in San Angelo on May 15, 2023 from 4 P.M. to 7 P.M.
Funeral service will take place on May 16, 2023 at San Angelo First Assembly of God at 2 P.M.
Pallbearers include, Joe Martinez, Robert Zavala, Joe Diego Martinez Jr, Brendon Martinez, Dominick Valles, Elias Valles, Johnny Martinez, Rodolfo Martinez, Daniel Santamaria Jr, Devin Patel, and Frankie Ramirez.
Thank you to the many doctors, nurses, therapists, and healthcare workers for all the care they provided Carlos for the past 3 years.
In lieu of flowers please consider making a donation to the Brain Injury Awareness Foundation of America. Donations can be made at www.biausa.org.