Francisco Javier Luquin
Passed away on May 7, 2019
Javier Luquin was 67 years of age and from San Ysidro, CA. He passed away in San Diego, CA on May 7, 2019 . He was born in Tijuana, Mexico on December 3, 1951.
He married his childhood sweetheart Lisa Luquin on June 2, 1973. They were married for 46 years, however loved each other for over 50 years. Javier was the original members of the Coachman Car Club in San Ysidro, CA. He was a sport enthusiast, he loved baseball and football. His favorite teams were the San Diego Padres and the Chargers. He loved going to the beach, camping, listening to music, and he absolutely loved to dance. His Favorite song was “Harvest Moon” from Neil Young and “Dos Coronas a mi Madre” from Los Cadetes de Linares. He also loved to listen to Oldies and Motown.
Javier fathered 7 children, Yvonne (Jessie), Angel (Stephanie), Isaac, Luis, Joshua, Monique, Julissa. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Lisa Briana, Frankie, Sebastian, Emily, Daniel, Analia, Ariza, Diego. In addition, Javier is survived by seven sisters and one brother.
A celebration of life memorial service for Francisco will be held Friday, May 24, 2019 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.humphreymortuary.com for the Luquin family.
- Celebration of Life Memorial Service Friday, May 24, 2019
Francisco Javier Luquin
Virginia Castellanos Luquín
May 17, 2019
To my sister-in-law Lisa, thank you for always being by my brothers side. To my niece and nephews, my heart goes out to you. We love you always.
Brother Franky, my heart is broken and in pain. Although I’m hurting, I find comfort knowing you are pain free and embraced in the arms of our loved ones; mom, dad, and siblings.
My BIG wonderful and loving brother, my protector in my younger years, always making sure I was safe. I miss you greatly. Not seeing, talking or laughing with you will be difficult. Who is going to call me Virgie now 😞😢? I will always cherish the moments we spent together growing up in San Ysidro. Family and friends gathering at our parents house. The Coachmen years, Sarape Restaurant, Longhorn days. Oldies and so much more. We will have a BLT sandwich from Denny’s (just like I used to get for you back in the days) and your favorite lemon meringue pie in your honor.
Until we see each other again sweet brother give everyone in heaven a kiss for me. I will always love and keep you close to my heart.