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Glen Abbey Memorial Park & Mortuary

3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA

OBITUARY

Agustin Escano Ferma

May 28, 1936August 26, 2020
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Agustin Escano Ferma was born on May 28, 1936 and passed away on August 26, 2020 and is under the care of Glen Abbey Memorial Park and Mortuary.

Visitation will be held on September 11, 2020 at 5:00 pm at Glen Abbey Little Chapel of the Roses, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA. Graveside Service will be held on September 18, 2020 at 9:00 am at Glen Abbey Memorial Park, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, September 11, 2020

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, September 18, 2020

Memories

Agustin Escano Ferma

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Jonnas Ferma

September 11, 2020

By far, my favorite Uncle. Always made me laugh. Had a tough guy outer shell, but real a Teddy Bear on the inside.

He was a poet. He used to get up during a Town reunion and passionately express himself. Always had the crowd going. The life of the party.

Rest In Peace Tito. Give my love to my Mom when you see her.

God Speed,
Jonnas

efren aure

September 8, 2020

We've been friends for so long I was in shocked to know that you already passed away. My good and supportive friend, the one I could just talk about things and be happy for a whole day. You will be missed my dear friend. May you rest happily in paradise with your angels.

Karen Ortega

August 30, 2020


Uncle Teddy was like my second dad growing up. I am forever grateful to him for taking me in and treating me as his own. He always tried to teach Jenn and I to fear no one. Also to “Relax” and laugh at ourselves. He may have been a little rough around the edges, but he loved generously. Whenever I was stressed out, he’d stare at me, shake his head, say “What’s your problem?” and laugh. And that made me laugh. When I’d come over and my car was dirty, he’d wash it without telling me. I spent almost every weekend there, hanging out with Jenn. He’d wake up in the morning and say “You’re here again??” But if I skipped a weekend he’d say “Where you beeeen??” That was his way of assuring me that I was always welcomed there. As kids, Jenn and I often tagged along with him to 32nd Bowling Alley on Fri nights, and he’d buy us Bowler Burgers and give us money for the arcade. We never had to ask. That’s who he was. That’s how I’ll always remember him. He didn’t use affectionate words, but his love spoke volumes.

Marco Guevarra

August 30, 2020

A great Mentor and always willing to help, He was one of the main reasons why i got this far in my career. He with Auntie Ebeng and Jen took care of me and my Brother when we first got to San Diego. He looked after us and taught us a thing or two about life in general. A very charismatic person, sometimes misunderstood but always with good intentions and his heart always in the right place. He always made us laugh with his "sea stories" and how animated he gets when he tells them. He is what you call the "life of any party". We will definitely miss our Uncle Ted !
- Marco Guevarra

Jennifer Duenas

August 29, 2020

Those who knew him can tell you some pretty wild & crazy stories. He worked hard for his family with no excuses. He was strong & tough mentally & physically. He lived his life the way he wanted with no apologies. Always had a smart/funny & sometimes harsh joke or comment(not for the sensitive people...lol).....that’s probably the thing I’ll miss the most. Whether his comment or joke was a bit on the offensive side, you couldn’t help but laugh.

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