ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ruben Landeros, 68, born on March 24, 1948 and passed away on July 21, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Ruben's love was a camp site called Sionito de Mexico in Deramadero.  He worked hard to make his dream come true, his dream was to create a reunion campsite in Mexico where everyone could go worship the Lord. Instead of flowers, his family would like to keep his dream alive and complete the work that many started. 

If you are interested in helping his family accomplish this goal, please click the donate button below to show your love and support for Ruben's Dream.





Posted by Edgar Landeros on August 1, 2019
Miss you Dad, a lot and there's a lot conversations that we did not get to do.
Posted by Tom Barrett on March 25, 2019
I miss you terribly, my brother. I remember the many times we shared when we were part of the old "Southwest Region". I'm praying for your surviving family.
Tom Barrett
Posted by Chance Chanc.e on September 3, 2016
Dear Landeros Family I'm so sorry for your loss.May you find comfort in drawing close to God and he will draw close to you.James 4:8
Posted by Julio Gonzalez on August 7, 2016
Ruben te estrañaremos siempre le doy Gracias a Dios por permitirme conoserlo y compartir tiempo con usted, kiero ke sepas ke jamas mi espisa Aurora ni yo dejaremos sola a su kerida esposa y nuestra Gran Hermana Chama . Siempre estaremos a su lado por cual kier cosa y pronto nos veremos
Posted by Tom Barrett on July 29, 2016
I will always remember the week we spent with Ruben and his family at their home in McAllen while we were attending Winter Reunion. He was the most gracious man I have ever met. Always in my heart, my prayers are with his family.
Posted by Bessy Morales on July 28, 2016
Mi mas sentido pesame a su esposa, famiia y comunidad de Cristo, qu Dios derrame mucha paz n sus corazones, un saludo fraterno mis hermanos.
Posted by Linda Booth on July 27, 2016
Ruben touched my life and ministry through his compassion for people, his love of God, and his vibrant testimony of Jesus Christ. He will continue to bless me and the many people whose lives were blessed by his gentle, loving spirit. His memory lives on! And we celebrate that he lives on in eternal life with God.
I pray each day that the Holy Spirit's comforting presence will bless his beautiful wife and family.
Posted by Kathy Loyd on July 23, 2016
In June we at Central Missouri Mission Center Family Camp, truly enjoyed the ministry and presence of Ruben and Chama. Ruben will be greatly missed but we know he will continue to serve his Lord. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

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Recent Tributes
Posted by Edgar Landeros on August 1, 2019
Miss you Dad, a lot and there's a lot conversations that we did not get to do.
Posted by Tom Barrett on March 25, 2019
I miss you terribly, my brother. I remember the many times we shared when we were part of the old "Southwest Region". I'm praying for your surviving family.
Tom Barrett
Posted by Chance Chanc.e on September 3, 2016
Dear Landeros Family I'm so sorry for your loss.May you find comfort in drawing close to God and he will draw close to you.James 4:8
Recent stories

First Camp?

Shared by Bob Riley on August 5, 2016

Only the visionary Ruben could see a campground full of worshipers.
The field had been unvisited by church members and fallow for years.   It had been moderately worked by neighboring landowners so the light soil was broken.
Ruben said he needed  an informal land survey so it could be developed.  He had survey connections in the survey industry in Texas with his son Edgar and fellow quorum member Bob Riley, a Registered Professional Land Surveyor.
He led them and their spouses, and a couple of others with their spouses, to that vacant field just outside a little village a few miles from Saltillo, Mexico.
They camped about 100 meters downwind from the stables and its odiferous containment.  The wind blew and the broken soil moved with it, bringing unknown substances from the stable to flavor the meals.  The surging wind left tents only partially standing.
And so the redevelopment of a longstanding vision in Ruben’s mind grew.  He was gifted a generator and he began to build.

Father day

Shared by Cynthia Landeros on July 27, 2016

A wonderful picture 4th generations. Great grandfather Pedro landeros, grandfather Ruben landeros, father Edgar Landeros, grandson Edgar Landeros Jr. 

Shared by Jessica Lynn on July 26, 2016

Tío Ruben and I at my first year at Camp Sionito, 1991. I love you Tío