Glen Abbey Memorial Park & Mortuary

3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA


Reynante Viray Marientes

April 11, 1965September 5, 2020
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Reynante Viray Marientes, age 55, of San Diego, California passed away on Saturday, September 5, 2020. Reynante was born April 11, 1965 in Philippines.

Reynante is survived by his spouse, Susan Marientes; daughter Cristina M. Aguirre; and son Joseph Marientes.

A visitation for Reynante will be held Wednesday, September 16, 2020 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Glen Abbey's Mortuary Chapel, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA 91902.

A funeral service will heldThursday, September 17, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA 91902.

A committal service will occur Thursday, September 17, 2020 at 12:00 PM at Glen Abbey Memorial Park, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA 91902.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.glenabbeysandiego.net for the Marientes family.


  • Susan Marientes, Spouse
  • Cristina Marientes, Daughter
  • Joseph Marientes, Son

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  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Thursday, September 17, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Thursday, September 17, 2020


Reynante Viray Marientes

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Lomita Armendariz

September 18, 2020

Rey and I worked together for several years. It was always a pleasure to work with him. Rey was always smiling, he always had a kind word to share. I enjoyed talking with him. Rey treated everyone with kindness. He will be missed. He passed too soon. So young. But there is no more pain for Rey to deal with. My prayers are for his family, that God will comfort you. Rest easy, Rey, in the loving arms of our Savior.

Rodrigo Madrigal

September 17, 2020

Rest in Peace, Reynante! My deepest condolences to the entire family. May God bless you all with strength and love during this time.

Corinthians 5:1
For we know that if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed, we have a building from God, an eternal house in heaven, not built by human hands.

Carmella Juan Teeple

September 16, 2020

Reynante has a special place in our childhood memories. Our dads were in the Navy and the best of friends. That meant a lot of get together’s with the Marientes family. After food and more food, us kids would gather in one room. Rey being the oldest sure had a lot to say. He would tease us and make us laugh until it was time to go home. Once when it was his birthday he flashed us his roll of money wondering what he should buy. He was so happy that night and we just knew whatever Rey bought was a birthday wish come true. These childhood memories with Rey will always be cherished.

To the Marientes Family,

To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.
(Thomas Campbell)

May you all be comforted by the sweet memories of Reynante’s beautiful life.

The Juan Sisters,
Rosanna, Carmella and Melinda

May the king of kings and the Lord of lords surround you in his love and peace.

Judy (Gozo) Viado

September 16, 2020

Sending heart felt condolences to all of the Marientes family. So many childhood and adolescent memories shared, family gatherings, picnics, a friendly game of baseball. Always smiling, ever attentive to those around him. I will never forget his kind heart, i’ll never forget his bravery escorting me in a pageant (or 2) ...He definitely was/is knight in shining armor material. May His perpetual light shine upon you Rey. May God hold your family close and be with them.

Chrys Flor

September 16, 2020

He was a face without a name... the guy with the unassuming, island vibe... I would occasionally pass him on my way in to the office, on my way out of the office, in the hall or stairwell, or going to my car as he was walking through the parking structure on his break. He always took the time to say, "Hello.", "Have a good day.", "Have a good evening.", "Enjoy the weekend.", etc.

It is second nature to greet those you know and work with, and it's a very *unique* nature to greet those you don't know or work with that you see in/out of the building in passing... which was uniquely Rey 😊 Other co-workers shared with me similar encounters they had with him which speaks of how he touched so many of us with just a "Hello."... "Have a good day."... "Have a good evening."... "Enjoy the weekend."

I am certain he will be at heavens gates greeting all who enter!🙏

May he rest in peace and may God's peace and comfort be with you all especially in this season.

Steve Donner

September 14, 2020

I met Rey while in the NAVY at SIMA San Diego. His gental and laid back personality was what drew me to him. Then, I found out we liked the same music, smooth jazz. We started hanging out at live music venues and concerts in the San Diego area with a small group from SIMA Supply. Rey turned me on to specialty coffee back before Starbucks was a "thing". We talked about opening up a coffee shop and calling it Steve Y Rey's Jazz Cafe. I'm sorry that never happened but I'm still going to try to get it going. If I can do it, I'm going to name it Rey's Jazz Cafe in honor of my friend that I always took the time to see every time I was in San Diego. I enjoyed Rey's spirit every time we were together whether he was running me around on the tennis court, watching Tiger Woods hit a golf shot on hole 2 at Torrey Pines from just a few feet away, chilling at a concert, drinking great coffee, going to a Padres game or having dinner with him and his wonderful family. My wife and I were extremely sadden of the news but we can take solace in knowing that his spirit will remain in his family and friends and that heaven has gained a good man. Fair winds and following seas. Rest in peace my friend.

Michael Barnett

September 11, 2020

My deepest sympathies and condolences to Rey's family. I remember Rey well as a friendly face, a dedicated public servant, and a proud family man. May he rest in peace and may his family find comfort eventually in their memories and traditions of time together.

Vivian Sanchez

September 10, 2020

It was a pleasure working with Rey and getting to know him. And, its with fond memories that I will always remember him as a man who spoke his truth honestly and respectfully. We all knew Rey was a man with good character and a strong work ethic. He demonstrated this daily. His true measure can be defined by what he valued most in life, his family. What I remember when I think of him is his unwavering devotion to his wife and children. Such a great loss. My deepest condolences to all who loved him.

Richard Gross

September 9, 2020

I will never forget your smile, your sense of humor, and your just being you. You are and will be missed. There is a hole in my heart that cannot be filled. Fai winds and following seas. Rest easy my friend, the fight is done.

Eldie Guinto

September 9, 2020

I’ve known Rey Marientes n family since 1979. The Marientes family were more than just friends to me more like family . We all grew up together from junior high/ high school. Even though we all went our separate ways as to fulfill our futures, we never STOPPED keeping in touch with each other. If it’s not one of the Marientes it’s the other. Not only was Rey a brother to me his wife Susan was a dearest friend and as well like a sister. I’m going to miss Rey so much MY DEEPEST LOVE AND CONDOLENCES GOES OUT TO my dearest Brother Rey and his family... YOU WILL BE MISSED AND NEVER FORGOTTEN!!!!
Your Dearest Brother/Friend/Family... ELDIE...Dar...Cote Lu


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