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Funeraria del Angel Chula Vista

753 Broadway, Chula Vista, CA

OBITUARY

Melanio Pesquera Cezar

May 6, 1944January 30, 2020
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Melanio Cezar, age 75, passed away on January 30, 2020 in San Diego, CA. He was born on May 6, 1944 in the Philippines, the third eldest of his siblings. His main course of study in school was Criminal Justice, which played a large role in his career in the U.S. Armed Forces. He served his country in the Navy for 25 years, most notably as Master at Arms and was a proud U.S. Veteran. He is survived by his beloved wife of 52 years, Felicidad, his four children, seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren (with another on the way), all who loved him dearly. To all those whose lives were touched by him, he will be remembered for his good-naturedness, smile, and generosity, as well as his passion for music, singing, dancing, chess, and basketball. He will be fondly remembered as a devoted husband, a loving father, and a kind-hearted friend. He will be dearly missed.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, February 22, 2020
  • Visitation Sunday, February 23, 2020
  • Church Service Monday, February 24, 2020
  • Graveside Service Monday, February 24, 2020

Memories

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Keilana Lorenzana

February 26, 2020

Page 4/4 of my letter to Papa. I read it as my eulogy for him on the last day of his viewing

Keilana Lorenzana

February 26, 2020

Page 3/4 of my letter to Papa. I read it as my eulogy for him on the last day of his viewing

Keilana Lorenzana

February 26, 2020

Page 2/4 of my letter to Papa. I read it as my eulogy for him on the last day of his viewing

Keilana Lorenzana

February 26, 2020

Page 1/4 of my letter to Papa. I read it as my eulogy for him on the last day of his viewing

ariana ocampo

February 22, 2020

I've visited my grandparents every summer since I was a baby.
When I finished high school, all I wanted to do was move out to California to go to college. Well, I did. When I was there, we went to church every Sunday, just like every time I went to visit (of course they go every Sunday even when I wasn't there). On the way to church, we would listen to Gospel music. Sometimes it would be in English, but sometimes it would be in Tagalog. One of the songs that I heard I really liked. I found the sheet music for it and Papa would sing it with me. One Sunday, he invited me to go to a Tagalog Mass (I had never been) and I loved it! I didn't really understand what was being said, but it was Mass. I knew. Papa loved being apart of the church choir. He had a lot of friends and he was always laughing and making jokes with them. Again, I didn't understand a lot of it, but it made me happy when he was happy.

Papa, if you can read this, Gavin and I love and miss you so much. I still have so many memories of our time together and so does Gavin. We love and miss you always. Mahal Kita.

Ariana Ocampo

February 15, 2020

Ariana Ocampo

February 15, 2020

Jasmine Dedomo

February 12, 2020

I’ve known Tito Milan as a very kind person and a loving husband to my Tita Fely and father to my cousins. I never heard any negative things about him and it’s so sad that he had to leave his family physically but I am sure that all the good memories will linger in our minds forever.

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