Conrad John Punzalan III

July 31, 1979 - December 25, 2022

Celebrating the life of Conrad John Punzalan III
John Punzalan, a dad, husband, son and lifelong resident of Houston, Texas, died unexpectedly
December 25, 2022 at the age of 43.

John is survived by his mother, Jocelyn Punzalan, wife, Beverly Punzalan and three children,
Bailey, Jordan and Jaiden Punzalan. He is preceded in death by his father, Conrad Punzalan II. He
graduated with a bachelors of science and worked as a Radiology Technician with Memorial Hermann
for 18 years. On October 12, 2002 he married Beverly Punzalan. On January 27, 2003, March 12, 2007
and December 16, 2010 they welcomed their three beautiful children, who he loved and cherished.

John loved nothing more than to make people laugh and smile, he was always a jokester and could
easily make a room light up. He enjoyed golfing, spending time with his family, playing basketball,
helping others and he had a passion for working on cars.

John was an amazing person who everyone loved being around, he will be greatly missed by his wife,
children, family, friends, and coworkers.

In lieu of flowers donations would be greatly appreciated. Donations can be sent through zelle,
cashapp, venmo or go fund me.

Zelle- (281)620-4310 Cashapp- $Bpunzalan Venmo- (281)620-4310
GoFundMe- https://gofund.me/2bed6af5

 

 

 

Service Information

There will be a visitation held at Darst Funeral Home on Tuesday, January 3rd, 2023 in the chapel from 5PM-7PM. A service will be held the next day, Wednesday, on the 4th at the same location at 11 AM.

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4 replies on “Conrad John Punzalan III”

Mike says:

Little John was an awesome guy!!…He will be missed..He was awesome with his pranks!!!..Houston Rockets forever Little John!!..

Apple Miguel says:

Sending my deepest condolences to my kabayan JP for his family.., paalam JP hanggang sa muli..

Adrienne Jackson says:

John, I was saddened to hear this news. I last saw you in Sam’s and you made sure you gave me your usual hug. Your personality and smile would light up a room. Prayers for your wife, your children and family. Gone to soon but never forgotten
Memorial Hermann lost a jewel

Shantandria Minor-paddio says:

Sending condolences and prayers to the family. John was a wonderful and loving man that I had a pleasure of working with at Memorial City Hospital. I met John while he was going through Radiology Tech School. He always had live engery coming in the building. I will surely miss him. Love Shay from memorial city hospital.

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