OBITUARY

Angel Cano

October 2, 1940June 5, 2021

Angel Cano was born in Durango, Mexico on October 2, 1940 and passed on June 5th. 2021. He is survived by his wife Tomasa Cano, his children, Sergio, MIgdalia, Hector Angel and Mariela Cano and grandchildren Sergio Jr., Hiram, Oscar, Hairo, Yanel, Axel, Helio, and great grandchildren Damien and Sophia. Angel was a loving and caring man who had the biggest heart and helped all those in need. His strength in character was a shining symbol for all those that knew him. He enjoyed spending time with friends and family, as wellas talking about horses. His favorite quote was, "Soy Cabron y Me Atiranto!"

Services

16 June

Visitation

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home, East Wing Chapel

6901 West Belmont Ave
Chicago, IL 60634

17 June

Final Viewing Prayers

9:00 am - 10:00 am

Montclair-Lucania Funeral Home, East Wing Chapel

6901 West Belmont Ave
Chicago, IL 60634

17 June

Mass of Christian Burial

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Saint John Bosco Church

2250 N. McVicker
Chicago, IL 60639

17 June

Committal & Interment

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Eden Memorial Park

9851 Irving Park Road
Schiller Park, IL 60176

Memories

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Cindy Meraz

June 10, 2021

Para mi abuelito mas bonito de todos ,

I’ll never forget how I’d would always beg my dad to take me to go see you almost every other week. So I can listen to all the stories I already heard once before of how you were back in the day. How’s you always pick a fight with my dad just to see a smile on my face, You always offered me a can of Coke and if there was none we would walk to Walgreens hop the fence and buy a 12 pack Just so you can make sure I had one. Let’s not forget how me and my dad would hope that you made you’re famous Tortillas de harina and would make it as soon as we told you we were heading you’re way. There’s so many more memories that I have but these ones were the ones I’ll never forget about you.

Rest easy abuelito, I love you too the moon and back 💙

Crizaida Rendon

June 10, 2021

I've known the Cano family for about 26 years now. Their youngest, Mariela, is my best friend. When I think of Angel, two words come to mind: loud and life. Lol! The loud is a given, and life? That one's pretty obvious too if you knew Angel. Just being around him you can just FEEL how full of life he was. He was one of those people that seemed to know how to really take life by the reins and just enjoy the ride no matter the expected or unexpected. An envious quality and a beautiful one too.

I have a couple of memories of Angel I can share, like the time he tried to teach me Conquian... And failed miserably. Not his fault, I'm terrible at card games. But the one that always comes to mind when I think of him is the time we helped Mariela move. He cracked me up the whole time it's a miracle we got anything done. That man was DETERMINED to lasso EVERYTHING to bring it down to the ground floor instead of taking the stairs. I just watched and laughed in amazement because he was actually doing it! He did drop a dresser in the process... It shattered to pieces, BUT, all things considered, he got the job done and in record time! At one point during this move, while I carried things up and down, he stopped, gave me a huge pat on the back and said "esta fuerte!" And just smiled. I was so proud that I had just impressed him. It wasn't so much about the moving but more that he knew how much I love his daughter and I would do anything for her and her family, even help her move in 90 degree weather from a 3rd floor apartment, hence, he gave me his trust. When I finally caught my breath again (of course he knocked the wind out of me! that man was a grizzly! a pat on the back from him was like getting hit with a wrecking ball!), I realized this was probably one of the funnest moves I'll ever take part in. It was a very good day.

To the Cano family, although our hearts ache for your loss, Angel will always be that reminder to live loudly and on purpose.

Migdalia Cano Burciaga

June 8, 2021

Dear Dad,
You prove to us how strong you were even in your last moments of your existence. Your noble heart is what I will miss the most. You reinvented yourself time and time again to beat all odds. Your strong will kept you going and for that I am proud of you. I will forever hold you dearly in my heart and your memories engraved in my mind. Rest easy and may your soul rest in the presence of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.🙏🏼 “ Until we see you again COWBOY”

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