OBITUARY

Eusebio Mora Jr.

June 5, 1963October 7, 2021

Eusebio Mora Jr, age 58, of Cleveland, Ohio passed away on Thursday, October 7, 2021. Chico was born June 5, 1963.

Born in Elaine, Arkansas raised in Cleveland, OH

Beloved Son of Eusebio (deceased) and Mercedes Mora; Loving Father of Rachel, Mia, Brandon, Alexis, Julia and Nicholas; Stepfather to Kelly, Shannon and Shawn; Dearest Grandfather of Hunter, Myles, Mason, Kayden and Leo; Brother of Adelia (Tom), Tony, Frances (Bruce), Ernest (Pamela), Libby (Wayne), Larry, Maria (Vincent), Brenda (Russel), Margarito (Rita), Kenneth (Kim), Brenda, Nancy and Linda; Uncle and Friend to Many.

Chico was a very talented furniture refinisher with over 30 years of experience. He enjoyed being outside in the garage listening to music, doing yard work, playing with his grandkids or just hanging with his dogs. Chico loved to entertain. Cookouts were always a great time for family to come together. Sundays were his Favorite days as he referred to it as The Cleveland Browns Day. If you have ever had the chance to sit in the garage with Chico, I am sure he shared so many of his memories with you. Chico loved and adored all his kids and will be missed tremendously.

Special THANK YOU to his Father, Mother, Sister Nancy, Daughters and Son for being there through his sickness, you were the ones who kept him strong for so long. May God bless you.

Family will receive Friends Saturday, October 16, 2021 From 1 - 2 pm at the CORRIGAN CRACIUN FUNERAL HOME, 14768 Lorain Ave, CLEVELAND OHIO 44111.

Funeral Services Saturday at 2 pm Immediately Following Visitation.

Interment Private.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared Below and at www.CorriganCraciunFuneralHome.com for the Mora Jr family.

  • FAMILY

  • Eusebio Mora Sr., Father (deceased)
  • Mercedes Martinez Mora, Mother
  • Rachel, Mia, Brandon, Alexis, Julia and Nicholas, Children
  • Kelly, Shannon and Shawn, Step-Children
  • Hunter, Myles, Mason, Kayden and Leo, Grandchildren
  • Adelia (Tom), Tony, Frances (Bruce), Ernest (Pamela), Libby (Wayne), Larry, Maria (Vincent), Brenda (Russel), Margarito (Rita), Kenneth (Kim), Brenda, Nancy and Linda, Siblings

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, October 16, 2021

Memories

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Laura Becerra

October 16, 2021

The most fondest memory of Chico was seeing him at a family picnic with the biggest smile on his face! Always so kind and easy going. Chico will be greatly missed by his beautiful family. Deepest sympathies.

Theresa Andrella

October 14, 2021

To the Mora family I send my deepest sympathies on the loss of Chico. I loved this man with all my heart! He was kind and gentle and yes, funny!
Chico, I can't thank you enough for treating my son as your own! He loved you like a father and shared so many great memories of you! You and Pat were the next best thing to a mom and dad to him, as I had to work to support him.
Memories are so many, but one that Jason loves the most is "you better eat that", or chasing them around with a rolled up newspaper when they were in trouble! Problem was you wouldn't hurt a fly!
Rest easy Chico and I will see you again one day!

Dan Bahle

October 13, 2021

CHICO,
The man, the myth, the legend. I only got to see Chico maybe a dozen times throughout the years, but every time was memorable. I remember running into him at the pit stop when we stopped up there and he was just always smiling, and making sure his kids had anything they needed. Chico will be missed for sure, and the stories will go on forever, as he impacted so many people's lives. May he rest in piece! "Just keep it between the thumbs"

Shawn Wolf

October 12, 2021

There are just to many memories that I have to put down, but I will put this one... This memory has always stuck with me from a little league baseball game that Chico came to watch. Two teammates had nothing to eat during a break and he told me to get those boys over here so that he could buy them some hotdogs! That action taught me a valuable lesson on making sure that everybody had something and were not left out regardless of the situation. I have lived my life from that point on to be selfless person by putting other people before myself.
I will miss you dearly Chico ❤️
You were the only man who ever told me I love you, and were always proud to introduce me as your son, something that I never had, but went a very long way with still to this day! Until we meet again. Rest easy Chico and your love will always be in my heart!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY