Albert Valdez Death – Albert Valdez of Gunter, Texas has passed away. Plano Firefighters Association in a statement that read “Plano Firefighters’ hearts are heavy today as we mourn the loss of our brother, Albert “Papi” Valdez. Albert was known as the nicest guy in the fire department and will be missed by all who knew him. We wish to express our thanks to the McKinney Firefighters, Police Officers, and the Emergency Department Staff at Medical City McKinney for all their support this morning. Rest easy, brother. We’ll take it from here.”
Who was Albert Valdez?
Albert Valdez was a resident of Gunter, Texas and a native of El Paso, Texas. He got married to his beloved wife Del Valdez since 20 June 2015, according to his social media profile. He was former Firefighter and Paramedic at El Paso Fire Department and also worked at Central Fire Station. Albert was a wonderful person gentle soul doesn’t sum up Albert. He always lit up a room with his positivity and smile.
Albert was genuinely the nicest guy anyone could ever come in contact with. Ask anyone about Albert Valdez and their immediate response would be “The nicest guy in the fire department.” Albert always had a way of making everyone feel like they were important and he genuinely loved his family and friends.
Tribute to Albert Valdez
“Ask anyone about Albert Valdez and their immediate response would be “The nicest guy in the fire department.” I had the honor and pleasure of working with him at Central Fire Station for the better part of 8 years until I transferred to another station.” Chris Jefferson wrote. “We had seen a lot together and fought a lot of fire. “Big Papi” was truly a gentle soul and was a wonderful person. You will be missed brother!”
Tina Brumbelow in a social media post said “Please pray for the Valdez family during this difficult time! Albert Valdez was truly the nicest person I have ever known, was one of a kind and was family! You will be dearly missed Albert!” Tina added that “Love you! P.S. the display of respect from all and the procession from the hospital was beautiful as the fireman’s brotherhood was on full display for all to see!”