It is with a heavy heart that the Flores family and friends announce the passing of Isaias Trevino Flores, Jr. at the tender age of 42. A well-known trucker from the San Antonio, TX area, Isaias died from a gunshot wound sustained in an altercation on April 7th. Those closest to him knew him as “Junior”, “Isaac” or “Moondoggie”. Isaac is warmly remembered for his amazing sense of humor, his adventurous and exciting personality, his warm and loving heart, and his generosity and loyalty to family and friends. Isaac loved spending time with his family and friends, enjoyed traveling to his favorite city, Los Angeles, California, loved riding his Harley, and enjoyed making people laugh. He had a special way of lighting up a room and making everyone come together through laughter and reminiscing. Isaac is survived by his former wife and friend, Annetta Flores; two sons, Christopher Isaac and Andrew Isaac Flores; father, Isaias T. Flores; mother, Dalia T. Guerra and husband, Luciano; brother, Steven T. Flores and wife, Jeannie; sisters, Dalia Denise, Erika Adrianna and Abigail Lourdes Flores; nephews, Noah and Brian Flores; niece, Emily Elliott; godfather, Thomas Leal; goddaughter, Victoria Elliott; partner in crime, Daniel Gil and daughters, Amanda, Rebecca and Kimberly; closest cousin, Hank Hall; girlfriend, Alesia Sanchez; and many loving and loyal family friends. Adrian Rocamontes of ACW Specialties built and attached a special rack to the back of Isaac’s truck to carry him to his final resting place, the San Fernando Cemetery III, in style. Moondoggie will be missed by all who knew him. We at 10-4 Magazine pray for his family and friends, that they find peace and understanding, even after this tragic loss.
Saying “Goodbye” To Moondoggie
Daniel J. Linss has been with 10-4 Magazine since the beginning in September of 1993 and has been the Editor and Art Director since March of 1994. Over the years, he has also become an owner and one of the main photographers for 10-4 and is well-known for his insightful cover feature articles and honest show reports. Married for over 30 years with three grown children, Daniel produces 10-4 Magazine each and every month from his office in Central California.