to connectVideoBlue Lives Lost: Remembering Moises Sanchez (1970 – 2019)
Trooper Moises Sanchez died of complications from gunshot wounds sustained while responding to a motor vehicle accident on April 6, 2019, in McAllen, Texas. Sanchez had served with the Texas Highway Patrol for four years. His recovery has been worked out in the Facebook posts, the state Department of Public Safety and security. In June, he was moved to a rehab center in Houston, texas.
When Trooper Matthew Holley of the Houston area, Highway Patrol had one word to describe Moises Sanchez is in the same family, it would be “inspiring.”
Sanchez, a Texas state trooper, has spent most of this year struggling to recover from the injuries he sustained after being shot in the head April 6 while responding to the scene of a car accident. Nearly five months later, on Aug. At 24, he died in the presence of his family, leaving behind a wife, Yvonne, and their three children: Zachary, Zebastian, and Zoey.
“That’s a beautiful family, and clearly dedicated to faith, family, and responsibility,” Holley said in a statement to be read at Sanchez’s funeral at the beginning of the end of September. “The sheer power was shown, not only by Race, but They, Zebastian, and Zoey is quite remarkable, given the circumstances. There was no interaction with the family, and the Road which I was to experience or witness them have with the others, and that’s something, but it really is an inspiring and positive way.”
Trooper Moises Sanchez, 49, passed away on August 24, one month after he was shot while responding to a motor vehicle accident in Edinburg, Texas.
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Sanchez, 49, had served with the Navy before spending four years with the Texas Highway Patrol.
In his spare time, Sanchez coached sports such as baseball, basketball, and softball at the Boys and Girls Club, as Well, according to KGBT. He also enjoyed having barbecues, and movie nights with his family, his obituary said.
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“He sacrificed his sleep to go and take care of what we, as a family, may not have been able to provide for our own comfort,” Zachary Sanchez said at his funeral.
“It has always been the definition of a role-model of what I wanted it to be,” Zachary added.
The Sea, the coast of zeeland Police chief, said he was sitting in the audience, as Sanchez is a graduate of the police academy, and I could tell that he was built like a trooper.”
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“Life is not about who you are, what kind of attitude you have, how much money you make, what kind of house you live in, what kind of car you drive,” he said to the Guard’s funeral. “Life is about the love of God, be humble, be loving, and your family, and your friends.”
Torres added: “That’s the Moises Sanchez was. And that’s exactly what we’re going to have to remember him.”