October 10, 1935 - March 18, 2017
Louis Rincon was a prominent member of society. He wouldn’t turn away anyone in need, instead he would find a way to help that person. Louis started the YMCA sports program in Magnolia. He also started and coached a football team at Mason Park known as the Magnolia Sharks, and ended up winning the championship. He was also a very charitable man and would bring the family to help raise money for the team. Louis never thought of himself but of others and always found a way to help anyway he could, whether it was sitting and talking with them or just listening, he did not care, he wanted to help.
In order to keep the kids in a safe environment and know that everything was going to be ok, he would invite kids over to his house and they would play pool. His mother would get mad and tell the kids to go away, but whenever mom would calm down he would bring them back so they could finish playing. His goal was to help the kids and put them on a path so that they would become a productive member of society. Louis was a private person and was not one to talk about himself. He believed in God, had a big heart and loved his family. He is survived by his loving sisters, Connie Serna, Mary Muniz, and Socorro Hardy.
Louis is preceded in death by his parents, Narciso and Juanita Rincon; brothers, Carlos, Richard, Narciso, Ascension, Jesus, and Alfonso Rincon.
Visitation: A visitation was held on 2017-03-30 at Darst Funeral Home. Following the visitation, a rosary will be recited at 7:30 pm
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