Armando Pineda Jr. was kind, respectful, and funny. He loved his family and was a caring brother; he was always there to lend a helping hand.
Armando grew up in Windthorst, Texas until the age of 9 when the family moved to Bryan. He loved to take apart his toy cars and reassemble them. As a teenager, he played in a rock band and as an adult, he worked at Gooseneck Trailers.
He loved to play music and his favorite instrument was the guitar. He had a collection of guitars, guns, and computers. Going to concerts was a favorite thing to do, but it was important to Armando to spend time with family and friends. He loved anything his mom cooked and was often found eating popcorn with hot sauce at family parties.
He is reunited with his grandma, Perfecta Guerrero.
Armando is survived by his parents, Armando and Eufemia Pineda; sister, Nancy Pineda; and brother, Celestino Pineda.