Emilio Karam Sr - obit
! ! ' COUNCIL Hal! of THE OF be i i day (s) Secretary Texas PUBLIC City DURING A Council Hall in B. the Lot 4, No. D ON THE CARIBBEAN OF of THE OF R I V E A N D T R O A D , b e "B-1" OF the 1, 1: ol land T H E W E S T S THE O A C H OF One- and Business of 415, KARAM Emilio Jose (Ave) Kara Kara m Sr., 61, of 4614 Kirkwood, died a1 9:40 Monday in a local hospital hospital after a long illness. A native of Corpus Christi, he was the son Antonio and Catarina Castro Karam. His father father came from Jordon 1he early 1900's and local merchant. He was reared and educated here, and was g r a d u a t e o Christi High School. He was a member of the C o n c e r n e d and before his illness, was a member of the lac, Knights of Columbus Council No. 2710, the M e x i c a n Commerce, and was active in the Democratic Party. He was a for County Commissioner Commissioner Pet. #2 in 1974. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday the Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Chapel. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday Corpus Christi Cathedral with burial fo follow in R o s e Hill M e Park. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Alicia Piz Karam; three daughters, Mrs. Alicia Annette Ogburn, Ogburn, Houston, Ms. K. Pena, Corpus Christi, Mrs. Sandra K. Garcia, Houston; son, E.J. Karam jr., Houston; two sisters, Mrs. Dora Karam, and Mrs. Refugia Martinez, both of Christi; brother, Alfred G u t i e r r e z C h r i s f i ; nine children, Mark Roland Medina, Todd Medina, Melanie Annette Medina, RoseUe Alice Medina, Stephanie Sandra Medina, Medina, C o l l e e Dwayne Pena, Annette Pena, and Michelle Pena; his rnother-in-taw, Mrs. Rosa Piz. Maxwell P. Dunne Funeral Service, Morgan Tenth.