Mario Villarreal was a one of a kind man, you will find very few like him around. Everyone mostly knew him by Mario, Mr. Oso or to his family he was Tio. Mario wasn’t a man of fear, he feared nothing or no one, he had very great strength upon himself. Even though Mario had a hard adult life he fought through his struggles and did what was needed to survive in his journey in life.
Tio never lived his life in any regrets. Everyday to him was a new start, he knew he made mistakes but what human being doesn’t. Mario Villarreal had the biggest heart but only used it for those who cared. All in all Mario has impacted many lives not only through his words but also by his artistic talent and the way he chose to live his life.
Mario leaves behind his loving mother Janet Martinez who loved him very much along with his nieces Ammorette Trujillo, Jalyssa and Jaleena Rolon, his nephews Andrew Trujillo and Jose Rolon Jr. He also leaves behind other family members and a great amount of friends.
Family members that preceded him in death are his sister Aimee, his dad Anthony, two grandfathers Joe Broyles and Jose Villarreal and nephew Joe Broyles Jr.
Mario (Tio) no longer has to worry about the struggles of pain everyday or the worries of everyday life. He may now rest in peace as a free spirit.