The strongest man I ever knew... My Dad was not an average man, Parent, brother, son or father. He was definitely the most handsome if you're not counting John Travolta. His eyes were like mine. A smile that could launch 1000 ships, but a cold stare that would stop you right in your tracks. His tattoos were very intimidating. Back in the 80s, it was rare to see neck tattoos my father was one of the few who sported a playboy bunny on his neck his torso and arms were full as well. His dark skin made his white teeth even brighter. His tough exterior was no match for his fancy attire. My father was sharp., well dressed, Excellently groomed, and smoked weed like they were cigarettes. When he talked you listened. I remember that people respected my dad. They feared him. He is the only son and has three beautiful sisters. My grandparents and aunts catered to my father's needs and wishes he was the King of our family. He sent us on outrageous vacations all over, we had great big parties. A couple of super awesome Christmas. Fancy furniture cars and clothing were all part of this magical hazardous lifestyle. I was probably three or four years old and I can remember the loving bond we shared. It could not be lost, bought, or taken I have always been my father's daughter, my loyalty to him is like no others. Everything that I am or ever will be I owe to him. He has loved me unconditionally for44 years, has been in my corner since day one. My dad and I, we speak the truth, no need to lie. No matter what he will always be on my side. If we fall off, we help each other back. Never has he asked me to pay him back. And vice versa. NEVER not once. He taught me to stand my ground and always stand up for myself. Speak up even if the problem is with him. He taught me to not be afraid if I needed him all I had to do was say. He had my back and I had his. I was the only child for 14 years. Our relationship was one of a kind strong and unbreakable and most loving. He later had four more kids I love them all to death. He married, divorced, and married divorced. He was the best salesman on this side of the city, my father was a winner!!! He made no excuses for who and what he was. He owned it proudly. I was always proud of him, we all were. I must have inherited a few traits from the old man. Because I have struggled a lot in my own world but have succeeded to be the best woman I can be. I believe he is proud of me as well. So the years have flown by and I have given him for grandchildren. They have no idea of the alluring, dangerous lifestyle he lived. All they see is a grandpa full of stories. A loving caring gentle man who still always carries a gun. When I see my dad I feel good. I feel a sense of comfort. Knowing I have no regrets in how I have been the best daughter to this amazing man. Sometimes I look in the mirror and his eyes are staring right back at me......THE STRONGEST MAN I EVER KNEW My dad passed away in his sleep peacefully Saturday morning Oct 3, 2020, He was surrounded by his greatest loves; his children and grandchildren. He is survived by his daughter, Maria Guadalupe Tollett (Cameron Tollett) Nicole Marie Hernandez, Xavier Santiago Hernandez, Jahatana Hernandez, and Chago Hernandez. They did not stand alone but what Stood behind them the most potent moral Force in their life was the love of their father. He will be greatly missed. We will not have a funeral, we will not have a burial, we will not mourn his death, we are going to celebrate my fathers' life! The celebration will be held at 203 CR 1151 Pearsall Tx come help us celebrate at 6 PM Saturday, October 17, 2020.