The Jo Long Theatre of the Carver Community Cultural Center is named for the noted arts advocate, who died Oct. 12 at age 71.
After being missing on a Pacific island since 1943, the remains of Marine PFC JL Hancock were returned home to family members.
Bobby Kiolbassa, who died on July 20 at 84 “was a friend to those who didn’t have another place to turn,” said his son.
Longtime community and education advocate Isabel Sánchez died Monday at age 97, leaving a legacy of love, acceptance, and dancing.
The City of San Antonio has installed a temporary memorial at Hemisfair to honor local residents who died from COVID-19.
Artist Adán Hernández died May 15 at age 69, leaving behind a significant legacy of Chicano art.
Hugh “Sunny” Asa Fitzsimons III, a South Texas rancher who published a well-regarded family memoir in 2018, died May 16.
Tito Bradshaw, a beloved San Antonio cycling advocate, was honored Saturday – two years after he was killed by an alleged drunk driver.
Teresa “Terry” Long, half of the namesake for the UT Health Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine, died Sunday at the age of 92.
Cecil Scanlan, who was instrumental in the restoration of San Fernando Cathedral and Main Plaza, was remembered for her love of travel.
The San Antonio Report invited readers to submit remembrances of loved ones lost to the pandemic. These are some of their stories.
Dr. Nasir Syed, chairman of the Board of MCECC and an esteemed local pulmonologist, died March 1 of complications from COVID-19. He was 61.
Esequiel “Zeke” Mendoza served on the Harlandale ISD school board for 12 years. He died Monday.