Moises Rios-Hernandez: Generations In The Biz

Moises Rios-Hernandez: Generations In The Biz

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September 14, 2020 by No Ounce Wasted

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Moises Rios-Hernandez and his brother run a full service butcher shop in a location where their father started working twenty years ago. A Marine and butcher, Moises is no stranger to service and community. Luis Butcher Shop is a reflection of that attention to detail and customer service.

Moises Rios-Hernandez is a long-time resident of Downey and served as a Unites States Marine from July 2000 to December 2005. His service included two combat deployments to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Moises served two roles while attached to Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron, he was a Logistician and an Aerial Observer aboard a CH-46 helicopter.

After the service, Moises went on to work in the family business as a butcher. As of 2014 Moises took over and rebranded it as Luis’ Butcher Shop. He is one of the founding members of Courage Forward and an active member with Gangs out of Downey.

His education includes an internship in Kingston New York to learn whole animal processing and is currently working on his bachelors’ from The University of Phoenix. (from


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