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Funeraria del Angel Oxnard

401 West Channel Islands Blvd, Oxnard, CA

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Juan Carlos Juarez

20 juin , 198228 octobre , 2019
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It is with great sadness , that the family of Juan Carlos Juarez announced his unexpected passing on Monday Oct. 28, 2019. Johnny as he was known to most, was a father, Son, Brother, Uncle & Friend. Johnny is survived by his mother Maria Arteaga, Father Reymundo Juarez Sr. brothers & sister, & their spouses. Reymundo(Alexis) Juarez Jr, Sergio (Rocio)Juarez, Eduardo (Gabriela)Juarez, Betina (Richard) Castro, Alejandro Arteaga, Daniel(Beth)Lopez, Jaime Juarez & Monica Juarez. Johnny will also be forever remembered by his 11 nephews & nieces, extended family & friends.

Services

  • Velorio dimanche, 10 novembre , 2019
  • Memorial Service dimanche, 10 novembre , 2019
  • Committal Service lundi, 18 novembre , 2019

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Eddie Castro

26 novembre , 2019

When I became homeless at Perkins/Beach Area, Johnny or Green Eyed Johnny as we used to call him had like a 4 hour conversation about philosophy. We were so into the convo that we became so close while I transition from the shock of being homeless coming from living at the Collection to not having a place, job, clothes, food. It was an utter shock and depressing. Johnny and Vanessa took me in and I would sleep inside Johnnys make shift tent, or house, whatever at that time he built. We had to move several times because of security, cops, and as I was breaking down from even more shock to a lower level... Johnny just moved on always with a smile. Johnny is my hero. He is my friend and a blessing that I will never forget. Eventually, I moved beside him in my own “home”. I felt safe, welcomed, and just overall loved by his smile, always sharing what he had with everyone. Johnny in my community was/is probably seen as the most faithful, kindness, generous soul toward us. He would carry 5 gallon water jugs for the woman that couldn’t carry that much and deliver it to them. He would heat up and collect wood and share any food and bread he had. To anyone. He was visited by so many people for his kindness and wisdom. When you needed something to be fixed, your phone charged, a place to sleep, someone to talk to, a bike, some water, Johnny made a huge and important impact in our community, it’s a tragic loss, a huge blow to our homeless and struggling community. Most of us, including Johnny didn’t want to be here, I made it out. I told Johnny he would move in with me when I got my own place. Sorry Johnny, I haven’t yet... I’m working on it. I’m sorry that I couldn’t do it. I’m so sorry my friend. I can’t change anything now... Thank You for all the conversations, the blessings, and I’m so glad I met you. I’m sure nobody knows our lives, it’s ok... cause it’s our life, but their stories. Don’t Rest In Peace Johnny... that’s not you. You are always active and involve.

Linda Espinoza

10 novembre , 2019

Sorry for your loss!!!

"Johnny you were truly one of a kind your genuine heart was to admire💙 I will miss you ALWAYS!!! "

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