Consuelo Erasmo Garza, age 71 of Alvin, Texas passed away Sunday, January 10, 2021 at home surrounded by family. Razz was born on November 27, 1949 in Alvin, Texas. Razz is preceded in death by his parents, Ramiro Garza, Sr. and Maria De Jesus Garza; brother, Jesus R. Garza, Sr. and daughter, Sherry Lynn Garza.

A beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend, Razz is survived by his wife of 19 years, Shirley Garza; daughters, Lori Laiche and husband Derrick, Melissa Garrison and husband Earl, Miranda Victory and husband Robert; sisters, Rhonda G. Dixon, Maria I. Fogarty; brothers, Johnny M. Garza, Hector Garza, Ramiro Garza, Jr., Ramiro Garza II; grandchildren, Troy, Caden, Kaitlyn, Haylan, Braxton; and numerous other friends and family.

Razz, a life long Alvin resident, was proud to be an American and a US service member. He served his country as a Lance Corporal in the United States Marine Corps from 1969-1971 during the Vietnam War. He served on the USS Ogden and the USS Iwo Jima with the 3rd Marine Division as a marksman.  

An entrepreneur, Razz owned many businesses throughout the course of his career and never strayed from hands on hard work. For 25 years, he owned and operated Good Times Bar and Grill in Alvin with his brother, Ram. Razz was beloved by the community and was well known for his service and generosity.

Through Good Times and with the support of the community, Razz helped to raise more than $1 million to serve individual community members in need as well as organizations such as Brazoria County Women’s Shelter, Meals on Wheels, Soul Mates and many, many others.

Razz found joy in gathering with family and friends, friendly and not so friendly games of pool, poker, darts and horseshoes, fishing, traveling and memorable one liners.

He leaves a legacy of service, generosity and love to all, along with a fighting spirit.

A visitation was held on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 from 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. with Funeral Services immediately following at 11:00 A.M. at Scott Funeral Home.

Arrangements under the direction of the Scott Family. 1421 E. Hwy 6. Alvin, Texas 77511. 281-585-1000

As an expression of sympathy, donations in lieu of flowers are requested to Wounded Warrior Project.

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