We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Lewis Funeral Home
Carey Harvey Latimore, IV, 46, passed away on July 26, 2022 in San Antonio, Texas.
Carey was born on October 10, 1975 to Carey III and Ann B. Stephens Latimore and was raised in Middlesex County, VA. He married Almie Pachoco on October 29, 2011 in Houston, Texas. Dr. Latimore earned his BA in History from the University of Richmond and his doctorate degree from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. From 2004 until his passing, Dr. Latimore was a professor of History at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. He was also an ordained minister at Mt. Zion First Baptist Church.
Dr. Latimore was a leader on campus and in the community, mentoring numerous young people as well as a new generation of scholars. At Trinity he was co-director of the African American Studies program, and for a decade chaired the Department of History. Dr. Latimore was a member of the Trinity University Roots Commission and he advised the Alamo Commission. A committed public intellectual, Dr. Latimore wrote frequently for a variety of publications and appeared in several documentaries and as well as in local and national media.
Trinity University recognized Dr. Latimore’s outstanding impact and dedication by awarding him the 2021 Z.T. Scott Award. His recent book, "Unshakable Faith: African American Stories of Redemption, Hope, and Community", was published this year.
Carey was preceded in death by his mother, Ann Bruce Stephens Latimore.
Dr. Latimore is survived by his wife, Almie Pachoco Latimore; father, Carey H. Latimore, III; sisters, Kim McCarther (Al McCarther) & Kerri Latimore; sisters-in-law, Dr. Girlie Figueroa (Mark Figueroa) & Shirlie Pachoco; brother-in-law, Jun Pachoco (Emily Pachoco); nephews, nieces, and a host of family and friends.
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In lieu of flowers, those who wish to donate in honor of Carey's life may make a gift to Trinity University. Please note that the gift is in honor of Carey Latimore.