OBITUARY

Pablo David Alvarez

November 27, 1961December 31, 2018
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Pablo David Alvarez, 57, of Ooltewah, Tennessee passed away unexpectedly on Monday, December 31, 2018.

Pablo was born in Bogota, Colombia.

Pablo was a member of the McDonald Road Seventh-day Adventist Church. He worked as an Auditor for the Georgia-Cumberland Conference of SDA.

He was preceded in death by his father, Cruz Alvarez and sister, Martha Alvarez.

Survivors include his wife, Ivelisse Alvarez, children, Daniel and Diana Alvarez, mother, Tulia Alvarez, brothers, Eduardo (Celia), Isaac (Carmen), Juan (Sonia), Carlos, Julio and Jaime (Sara) Alvarez, sisters, Isabel and Stella Alvarez.

Visitation will be Thursday, January 3rd from 4 to 8 PM at the funeral home.

Funeral Services will be at 9 AM on Friday, January 4th at McDonald Road Seventh-day Adventist Church (5440 McDonald Road, McDonald, TN 37353) with Pastor Fred Fuller officiating.

Burial will follow at Collegedale Memorial Park Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, January 3, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, January 4, 2019
  • Committal Service Friday, January 4, 2019
REMEMBERING

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Lilian Pena

January 4, 2019

I am From Mableton Church. As a treasure, Pablo Alvarez worked with me in audit twice . He was a humble man, responsible for his God's job and a friendly person. I feel my condolences for the family he left and for the Conference. God's gives the strength how he says in Psalm 46:1 God is our refuge and strength an ever present help in trouble. My prayers are with me in this sad moments. The best is that we will see him in heaven.

Thanks for sharing the information with me, I really appreciate.

Lilian Pena

Oscar Alvarez

January 4, 2019

Los mejores recuerdos que tengo de mi Tío son cuando yo era niño, gracias por aquellos momentos de alegría y aunque la distancia nos separe mi corazón y amor de familia te acompañaran en este nuevo viaje que estás iniciando.
Ivelisse, Dany y Diana los llevó en mi corazón y en mis oraciones los recuerdo con cariño.

David & Vanessa Fernandez

January 4, 2019

Pablo was one of the greatest men I’ve ever know. Just as his middle name suggests, he was a man after God’s own heart. If he were here I would tell him thank you for allowing me to be a part of his family because that is how I feel—like family! Thank you for letting me be an influence for Danny. Thank you for trusting me. Pablo and I had many conversations and he was always good to my wife and me. Every time I was in town you know it was a must to visit. One of my favorite memories was when he began to sing the congregational song before the cue and he was the only one singing with full lungs and heart for like three seconds. It was an obvious mistake, so the gang and I couldn’t stop giggling. But the truth is, that was his life. He was never afraid to sing and live his life for God. We were not created to experience death so this loss is truly felt deep in our hearts. But Jesus said that He is the resurrection and the life and if we believe in Him even if we die, we shall live! I know that Pablo believed in Jesus because His life testified of this. And I know the God whom I serve cannot lie. I believe that we will see you again Pablo. I believe that the next thing he will see is our King in the clouds of glory. Lord, help us all to remain faithful, so that we can join our brother and friend on that day. See you soon Pablo!

With the deepest love,
David & Vanessa

Joel Ortega

January 3, 2019

El día de hoy nos hemos enterado de este triste acontecimiento. Pablo nos compartío en su momento grandes enseñanzas. Era muy agradable conversar con él, varias veces jugué fut bol con él. Nuestras condolencias para la familia desde Jalisco, México.

Sharon Beauzier

January 3, 2019

We are so sorry for the loss of the Alvarez family. We send our love and thoughts. I remember Pablo and his beautiful Wife and children, We went to the same church back when we were members of guttenburg church, in North Bergen NJ. We were all so sad to here about his passing. May God bring comfort to his family during this time.

From the Beauzier family,

Carlos Rubiano

January 3, 2019

Me uno en estos momentos haciendo llegar mis mas sentidas condolencias a nuestra querida y mi recordada familia Álvarez . Nuestras oraciones para que el Señor Jesus les reconforte y colme de fe y esperanza en sus promesas. Un abrazo muy especial a doña Tulia y mi gran amigo Jose , Dios les bendiga.

Flor Alba Ruiz

January 3, 2019

Expresamos nuestras mas sentidas condolencias a nuestra querida y recordada familia Alvarez. Llevamos en nuestro corazón a la hermana Tulia de Alvarez y pedimos a nuestro Dios consuelo en este momento tan doloroso.

Familia Sarmiento Ruiz, Familia Sarmiento Garcia y Familia Ruiz Arias (Iglesia Adventista Central- Bogotá)

Donna Day

January 3, 2019

Pablo, such a gentleman, and always smiling. Always felt encouraged just talking to him, always the Name of Jesus came up! What a joy to know I’ll see you again some day. Ivelisse remember he’s not ‘gone’ you just can’t see him right now! I love you, Danny and Diana so very much. Love and Prayer. Donna Day

Ann Dietrich

January 3, 2019

I worked with Pablo at Dalton High School. I will always remember him as a kind, soft spoken gentleman—always impeccably-dressed! It was a pleasure to work with him. My thoughts and prayers are with your family,

Janice Masters

January 3, 2019

I worked with Pablo when he was at Dalton High School in Dalton, Ga. I will always remember his smile and gentle ways. He treated everyone, teachers, staff, and students, with respect. He was a gentleman! And he was very much respected. My heart goes out to you all during this sad time.

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Biography

Pablo David Alvarez, 57, of Ooltewah, Tennessee passed away unexpectedly on Monday, December 31, 2018.

Pablo was born in Bogota, Colombia.

Pablo was a member of the McDonald Road Seventh-day Adventist Church. He worked as an Auditor for the Georgia-Cumberland Conference of SDA.

He was preceded in death by his father, Cruz Alvarez and sister, Martha Alvarez.

Survivors include his wife, Ivelisse Alvarez, children, Daniel and Diana Alvarez, mother, Tulia Alvarez, brothers, Eduardo (Celia), Isaac (Carmen), Juan (Sonia), Carlos, Julio and Jaime (Sara) Alvarez, sisters, Isabel and Stella Alvarez.

Visitation will be Thursday, January 3rd from 4 to 8 PM at the funeral home.

Funeral Services will be at 9 AM on Friday, January 4th at McDonald Road Seventh-day Adventist Church (5440 McDonald Road, McDonald, TN 37353) with Pastor Fred Fuller officiating.

Burial will follow at Collegedale Memorial Park Cemetery.