Phillip Q Torres

Phillip Q Torres gained his wings on May 5, 2024, surrounded by his loving family.
Phillip was born in Houston, Texas on January 20, 1971, to parents Felipe and Chris Torres.
Phillip was survived by his Mother Chris Torres, his sisters, Annette Sanchez and Christi
Torres, his brother-in-law Geroge Sanchez. His children Abigail, Ivan, Lita and Bella. His
grandchildren Ayden, and Aaliyah. His wife Melissa Q. Torres. His nephews and nieces
Roman, Crystal, Bk, Alexus, Brandon, Kayla, Anthony, Matthew and Jayde. Phillip had a
multitude of Aunts, Uncles, cousins, and friends.
Phillip was preceded in death by his father Felipe Torres, brother Albert Torres, niece
Alessa Galvan, grandmothers Gabina Torres, Isabelle Quintania, Grandfather Beto Torres,
uncles Tony Cortez, Eladio Garza, Richard Soraiz, and among other family members and
Phillip was a strong, loving, funny, and adventurous man. He lived life to the fullest. He
also never met a stranger, within 5 seconds of meeting them he already called them his
close friends. He was brave enough to jump off a building into water, parasail, among other
things people are too scared to try. He took various trips with his wife, family and close
friends that also included bravery to try new things. He lived by the motto: “You only have
one life might as well enjoy it”. He loved any gathering that included family and close
friends. He loved holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas was his fav. He was a kid at heart.
He loved to grill, although he loved to put barbeque sauce on everything. (LOL) He was a
huge Texans and Astros fan. He loved and loved hard. He definitely got my dad’s work
ethic. He never missed work and his organization skills were impeccable. He had a corny
sense of humor that will be missed. He loved food, he loved eating and was not afraid to try
new things.
As a child growing up, he and our brother Albert thought they were Bruce Lee. Always trying
to do karate breaking our parent’s expensive furniture. He used to break dance along with
sister Christi and brother Albert. He performed throughout his childhood at various venues.
He also always thought as he grew up, he would someday be older than his older sister and
she wouldn’t be able to boss him around any longer. He also spent a lot of time at the
ranch with his grandmother, even riding horses. He grew into this wonderful man. We
couldn’t have asked for anything more.
Phillip Q. Torres will deeply be missed but never forgotten for his unwavering love he gave
his family and friends. Although he may be gone, his love and spirit will live on in our hearts
forever. You were and always will be loved. Gone but still here with us forever.
Brother you put up such a BIG fight to the very end.
Our Angel in Heaven

JLeal Funeral Home
708 College Ave
South Houston, Tx 77587

Monday June 10th
3:00PM TO 4:00PM
4:00PM TO 8:00PM

Tuesday June 11th
9:00AM TO 11:00AM

Hollywood Cemetery
3506 N Main St
Houston, Tx 77009

Gate Time 12:00

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