Edgar Eustequio Louisa, born on March 14, 1949, in the Netherlands Antilles, lived an extraordinary life filled with music, creativity, and boundless love for his family. His life was a symphony, a combination of beautiful melodies and harmonies that echoed his resilience, loyalty, and unparalleled talent. Edgar Eustequio, a man who lived by the words of Beethoven, "Music can change the world," used his creativity to spread joy and inspire others wherever he went.\n\nEdgar Eustequio's love for music was not only his passion but his calling. Beginning his musical journey with Los Dangers Band in Curacao, he eventually found his home with Sugar Ice Tea where he displayed his prowess on the keys and guitar. His talent took him on tours across the globe, from New Zealand to Central and South America, Mexico, and various states across the U.S east coast. Edgar Eustequio's remarkable musical career was further amplified when he completed his arrangement and composition certificate at the prestigious Berkeley School of Music. His love for music was infectious, and he passionately shared this love with his daughter, Casandra, teaching her to play the piano and instilling in her a deep appreciation for music.\n\nBeyond his musical accomplishments, Edgar Eustequio was a loving husband to Delfina Louisa and a devoted father to Casandra and Grace. His family was his fortress, his inspiration, and his pride. He lived by the Dutch creed of punctuality, always on time for every meeting or appointment, saying, "the Dutch are never late to anything." Edgar Eustequio also had a fondness for photography, capturing moments and freezing time in the snapshots of everyone and everything around him. \n\nEdgar Eustequio is survived by his spouse, Delfina Louisa; daughters Grace Henrique and Casandra Louisa; son-in-law Clinton Bashore; sister Maida Louisa; and grandsons Fletcher Bashore and Henrique Henrigh. He is preceded in death by his father, Bernardo Louisa, and mother, Aurora Scorrea.\n\nEdgar Eustequio's legacy will continue to resonate in every note of music he played and every life he touched. His life was a testament to the power of resilience and the unwavering loyalty of a man who loved his family and his music with all his heart. We invite you to celebrate Edgar Eustequio's life at the Brown Family Funeral Home in Mission, Texas, on Monday, October 2, 2023. Visitation will begin at 4:00 pm CDT, followed by a memorial service at 7:00 pm CDT.\n\nIn celebrating Edgar Eustequio's life, we encourage you to share your memories of him and upload photos to his memorial page. Your stories will serve as a reminder of the love and joy Edgar Eustequio brought to our lives.