Raul Kaciulis Alvarez was born in Fort Worth, Texas, on March 19, 2004.
Service: 10:00 am, Friday, March 10, 2023 in Biggers Funeral Chapel.
Visitation: 5:00 – 7:00 p.m., Thursday, March 9, 2023 in Biggers Funeral Chapel
He is a loved son, brother, and uncle. He graduated from Lake Worth High School in 2022. He was naturally an athlete and gifted with a great talent for playing football. In 2022, he helped take Lake Worth High School football team to the state playoffs. After graduating high school, he decided to share his football knowledge and love as the coach of the 1st grade White Settlement Cubs. He enjoyed working with the kids as much as the kids enjoyed having him as their coach and mentor. Raul and the kids were looking forward to the next football season. Apart from his work with the kids, he found a love for his trade and occupation as a welder for The GreenBrier Companies in Cleburne, Texas.
Raul had a beautiful soul, and tragically he was taken too early. He was only eighteen on March 4, 2023, when he passed away. Raul was the type of person that lit up the room when he walked in with his memorizing smile. He knew no strangers. He had a special spark about him that everyone he met instantly became his friend. You could not help but love him for his easygoing attitude, pure soul, positivity, trustworthiness, and goofy personality. He truly loved life, friends, and family. He will be missed daily by those who interacted with him and loved him.
Moms Story: As a mother, this is very difficult to put into words my baby boy’s love and memory. I will never forget every detail of his existence and the love he shared with me during our time together. I could share with the world for days on end all the memories we made together and all the little things he did to remind me of his love. I miss the goodnight kisses and the “I love you, mommy” the most from my baby boy. He never went a night without telling me he loved me and wished me goodnight. I now sit at night waiting for his call, text, or even a knock on my door to say, “I love you, mommy, goodnight.” I know this will not come from him anymore, but the memory and love he has left me with gives me strength daily.
Mommy loves you, Raulito. You left us without much choice, but your love, my son, will never be forgotten. One day we will reunite, and you can take me on the date you promised me.
Sisters Story: He was my baby brother. I watched him grow up to an extraordinary person. I will never forget the day at the hospital, and I had that much love to give him. I had a goal for him in life, I wanted him to experience everything the world had to offer. What my son and I will miss the most is our adventures. He was our favorite person to take and explore life. Every time he was the first person we called, and he never said no. He told me that he had created so many amazing memories with my son and me. I will miss his hugs, they were so tight that my bones could crack, but those were the best hugs! I missed him yesterday, I miss him today, and I will miss him forever. In my son’s heart, he lives as “The best Dede.”
Brothers Story: I remember when my mom told me that I would become a big brother. I prayed it would be a little boy, so I could have someone to play with toy cars. When he was born, and we were told it was a boy, I was full of joy and excitement for our future as brothers. That moment was just the first of which Raul brought my life joy. Throughout his short life, Raul brought me so much love, fun, and memories. I wish we could have more time together to make more memories and strengthen our bond as brothers setting into adulthood. I had hoped that I could be there for him like he was there for me for the big moments: my wedding and my daughter’s birth. I know that he had so much to still live for, and it breaks me that he won’t be able to experience similar moments anymore. However, I will always be proud of him, and his memory will continue with me. Please, rest in peace, my little brother.
Raul Alvarez is survived by his mother, Edita Kaciulyte Davidson and husband, Don Davidson; big sister, Erika Kiveryte; big brother, Eima Kiveris and spouse Rosa Kiveris; nephew, Kazi Kiveris; and niece, Isabella Kiveris.
We share with everyone Raul’s favorite quote to represent the words that he lived by daily.
Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young. But set an example for all believers in speech, conduct, love, faith, and purity. 1 Timothy 4:12
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