German R. Luistro

November 13, 1941 - August 2, 2021

German R. Luistro, 79, of Beaumont, died Monday, August 2, 2021, at Dubuis Hospital, Beaumont. He was born on November 13, 1941, to Jovita Roxas and Francisco Luistro, in Candelaria, Quezon Province, Philippines. German was the first member of his family to come to the United States from the Philippines becoming an American Citizen. He was a founding member of the Philippine Association of Beaumont, Texas (PABT). German retired from BASF in 2004 after 33 years of service.

He enjoyed spending time with family and friends, especially his apo/grandchildren, connecting with out-of-town family and friends by phone or text, cooking and grilling, solving SODUKU puzzles-expert level, playing Mahjong, watching the San Antonio Spurs, singing, and betting on horses at Delta Downs.

Survivors include his daughter, Ailene Ward and her husband, Chris; and son, German R. Luistro, Jr., all of Beaumont; daughter, Gretchen Luistro Bernal and her husband, Javier, of Cibolo; grandchildren, Graciela “Gracie” Joy Luistro Bernal, Isabella “Issy” Renee Luistro Bernal, and Francisco “Frankie” Miguel Luistro Bernal; brothers, Cesar R. Luistro of Azusa, California and Danilo R. Luistro of Los Angeles, California; and numerous nieces and nephews throughout the United States, the Philippines, and around the world.

A gathering of Mr. Luistro’s family and friends will be from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m., with a Christian Vigil at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, August 5, 2021, at Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1:00 p.m., Friday, August 6, 2021, at St. Jude Thaddeus Catholic Church, 6825 Gladys Avenue, Beaumont. His interment will follow at Magnolia Cemetery, Beaumont.

Special thanks to the doctors, nurses, and staff at Texas Oncology, St. Elizabeth Hospital, Jefferson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and Dubuis Hospital.

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Mass of Christian Burial

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Christian Vigil

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Asuncion Mendoza

Oh German, you will finally join your very perfect of a wife, Luz.. You will surely be missed by everybody whose life you touched.. My whole family will always remember you as a good friend, Good father and provider to your children and grandchildren. May you rest in Peace in the company of your friends who are now with you in Heaven. Wo love you.

Beth kratz

The Kratz family is sad to hear this. Truly a sweet man he love his family and friends always smiling will be truly missed. We have know this family for my whole life since my dad work for BASF also. The Kratz family will keep the whole family in our prayers. Written by Beth Kratz

Jennifer Sanders

I am so sorry about your Dad! I am praying for the Luistro family. I pray for Mr. Luistro’s soul and for Jesus to wrap His loving arms around all of you.

Kathy Kratz

We are sending prayers and love to Ailene and Gretchen and junior and your families He was a great person and friend we will miss him ❤️

Meng Lanuza

We will remember your kindness to our family. You were such a great friend, father of your three wonderful children not to mention the love you had for your apos ( grandchildren) We love you all Rest In Peace our friend

Ali and Eloisa Habibnia

Sincere condolences to the Luistro family. We will miss Kuya German, he was a great friend to everybody. especially the Filipino community. Praying for comfort during this difficult time. God Bless !! Ali and Eloisa Habibnia

Pablo & Yolanda G. Luna

Javier & Gretchen & Mr. Luistro’s family you all have our most sincere condolences in the loss of your father. Didn’t know him a long time but talking to him whenever I visited Gracie ( granddaughter ) in the hospital, I knew what kind of man he was . He was Loving ,Caring, Kind - hearted, God- Loving person. Willing to give of himself @ all times. I heard he was great cook also.! May you rest in Peace Mr Luistro . May the Perpetual light shine upon you.. May all your deceased relatives greet you with opened arms & guide you to heaven.

Ralph Vallesteros

Our dearest Kuya/Uncle German - We are deeply saddened about your passing. Your unqualified support, love and kindness you had shared to our family will always be remembered. Our love and condolences…. Dimples, Vilma , Duane & Justin Vallesteros - Elk Grove CA

Ronald James Darby

Mr. Luistro is the kindest and caring man l have had the pleasure to know. He and his family mean a great deal to me. I remember German Jr. As alter server at St. Pius Catholic Church. Then the family became even more close as German Jr.. came to work at Brink's Inc where I was employed. German an I formed a special bond. I got another farther figure in Mr. Luistro Sr. and another son in German Jr. The Luistros are a special kind of family you are better for knowing in one's lifetime. I love you Mr. German Luistro Sr. Enjoy your new life with your wonderful Wife, till we are together again in our Heavenly Home of Our Father . Love Ronald, Sheila, Eric, Mom,and Kim.

Nancy Tinney

Germann & family. I am sending my condolences to you all. So sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. I will keep you in my prayers.

Tio Edward and Tia Janie

Javier and Gretchen we are very sorry for your loss. We are blessed to have met Mr. German. He was always so loving to everyone.. Our thought and prayers are with both of you & family. ❤

Mitchel Jones

Great Friend and neighbor You are already missed my Friend

Ato and Cecille Lu

Our sincere condolence to the Luistro family

Debbie Parsley

German, Ailene and Gretchen, We are so very sorry for the loss of your wonderful dad. We will be praying for Jesus to give you all His peace and strength in the days to come.as you keep your dad alive in your hearts through all the wonderful memories you all had together.. May he rest in the Peaceful arms of Jesus.

TOMANDAO Clan

With a heavy heart, we say good bye to you our dearest Uncle German. Daddy God loves you so much, hence, he didn't want you to suffer anymore. He welcomed you in His heavenly Kingdom... no more pains but eternal happiness... & you'll be with our dearest Auntie Luzter, your loving wife. The beautiful memory you shared with us will always speak of how great a person you are! Thanks for everything Uncle, rest in peace. You will forever remain in our hearts & minds. Likewise, we'd like to express our deepest sympathy to our beloved cousins: Ailene Ward, German Luistro & Gretchen Luistro... our thoughts & prayers are with you in this time of sorrow. Love & prayers from the Tomandao Clan all over the world...

Christina Gernale

So sad to hear about the passing of Tito German. May he rest in heaven.

Don Jeffcoat

My deepest condolences to German's family. We worked together for many years before we both retired from BASF. He was always a pleasure to work with. Rest in peace, German.

James Hahn

I worked with German at BASF. He was a good engineer, a good man ,and a good friend who loved his family. I always admired his story of coming to America. We are better off by having him. May he rest in peace with his beloved wife, other family members and friends that passed before him.

Cici Mendoza Brunette

Well Tito German. You were always so genuinely happy to see me. Thanks for raising three of the best children who always make me smile and light up whenever I see them. They are my family, and we have been connected since we were little. I know you’re looking down so proud of the people they have become. You’re probably walking hand in hand with Tita Luz and playing Mahjong with my Dad. Love you, Aileen, Junior, and Gretchen! ❤️

Madonna Johnson

My deepest sympathy to the Luistro family! I worked many years with German at BASF and it was always a pleasure to be in his company. His smile would light up a room! He was not only a great Engineer, but a wonderful person! May he rest in peace!