Carlos Juan Dioso Morton Jr.

March 1, 1976January 1, 2021

On January 1, 2021 our family woke up to the devastating call that our son, brother, husband, father and friend , Carlos Juan Dioso Morton, Jr. was called home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Carlos is survived by his wife, Lydia, son, Carlos III, father, Carlos Sr., brother, Donnie, sisters, Yolie, Marlene Darlene. Nephews, Donnie Jr, Tony, Dario, Beto, Gabriel, Dorian, Fernando and Sammy. Nieces, Jazmin and Aaliyah in addition to 7 great nephews and great nieces. Immediately proceeding Carlos’ departure was his mother, Sylvia E Morton.

Carlos was born in Loma Linda, raised in San Bernardino prior to moving to Riverside with his family in 1996. Although Carlos’ journey on earth was not long, he has touched the lives of many. He was active in sports as a boy, a coordinator in the party scene as young man. Carlos met his wife Lydia when they were young and married in 1999 with the love and support of their friends and family. He began a towing business with his father, Carlos Sr.

Carlos enjoyed all that this life has to offer. He was dedicated to his family and would move mountains for any of them. Carlos was a strong godly man, who would share his faith with everyone. Carlos attended Elevated Life Church. Carlos stated his biggest treasure is life is being the best daddy to his amazing son, Carlitos. Carlos often said” he was not a wealthy man but was blessed with family. He couldn’t ask for more”.

Carlos is a member of Viejitos Car Club establish in 1986. You could always find Carlos working on classic cars with his Dad and nephews. He always said lowriding is a lifestyle, not a hobby. Always ready to go cruise the Boulevard with his family by his side.

Carlos was proud of his Boriqua and Southern California Native American, Cahuilla heritage.

Carlos was a man of many talents and skills prior to settling into his career as an Authorization Coordinator at Parkview Community Hospital for many years prior to accepting a position at Prospect Medical where he worked diligently until he caught Covid19.

Carlos, (Daddy/Hubby/JJ/Nino) your family would like to thank you for all the beautiful memories, love, support, tons of laughs and especially the joy you brought us. We love you and miss you dearly. We hold a special place in our hearts for you and one day we will be reunited with you in Heaven.


8 March

Chapel Service

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Montecito Mortuary

Valley View Tent

3520 E. Washington St.
Colton, CA 92324


Carlos Juan Dioso Morton Jr.

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Janelle Patterson

February 22, 2021

I had the pleasure of meeting and working with Carlos at Parkview Community Hospital. There we became instant friends and our relationship evolved in family. Carlos was my brother and his wife Lydia is my sister. Carlos had a heart of gold and would do anything and everything for the ones he loved. He was the definition of selfless and I looked up to him. He was there after losing my dad and through so much more. I thank god that he brought him and Lydia in my life because they both have helped shape the person I am today.

Even though I moved out of state, we still talk often and were making plans for him and his family to visit me in Texas. My heart is broken that he isn't here anymore, but I know he is still watching out for his family and friends from Heaven.

With love ,

Janelle and Jonathan Patterson

“Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts.”

Maribel Huerta

February 22, 2021

Dear Lydia and Carlitos,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Carlos will always be remembered as the great husband he was to to you , father to Carlitos and friend he was to all of us. His memory will always be alive. Carlos cared for everyone especially his family. Went out of his way to also help with Carlitos Marching Band Events. He touched everyone's hearts.

Bestie and Carlitos, we're here for you both. Always keep you in my prayers.

Love you both.
From Huerta and Rosas Family ❤️

Vanissa Leon

February 22, 2021

I remember when we’d go out, I used to love the energy you brought and how well you danced. You and Richard always brought a crowd. I will always remember your smile, it was so contagious. I always felt so safe with you and knew whatever you planned, it was bound to be be a good time. Until we meet again, give Noel and Anthony my love❤️ You will always be in my heart and never ever forgotten 😘

Adriana Reyes

February 21, 2021

Remembering all the good times we had as teens. Dancing in the Halls in High School. Graduating together with all our friends. You were a genuine unique person with the biggest heart for your friends and family. I was truly blessed and honored to be able to say, THATs my friend! You will be greatly missed. Sending my love and continuous prayers to your Wife Lydia and your son Carlitos. May God bring peace and comfort to your family. Sincerely, Adriana Reyes

Big mike Garcia

February 21, 2021

A friend, a club brother Viejitos IE forever. You were always a good person to everyone and never gave up in life. I'm sadden to see you were taken from this world to early. Gonna miss you brother see you on the other side.

Consuelo Hecker

February 20, 2021

Dear Lydia and Carlos jr.
I never had the pleasure of meeting your husband Lydia and your dad,Carlos jr.. but just with the brief time I got to meet you , He was a good man, to have raised such a fine young man. Everything I have seen written by your mom, shows the amount of love between them both. And of course you are the result of that precious love. I have always believed that when we go home to the Lord, God says we have finished what we were meant to do. I Know we try to understand the whys,but only God knows . I believe your dad was welcomed to his glory by the Lord telling him "welcome home good and faithful servant" He will b you and your mom's Angel keeping watch. And Lydia, you had the joy of knowing you were the love and he was yours of your lives. I will be here for you both always, anytime. God bless you both. Love Connie

Dessia Stokes-Berry

February 20, 2021

I don't know if I can fully express what Carlos meant to me. We worked together every day and my day was not complete until we had our first laugh of the day. Los and I worked hard, laughed, cried, joked and even ate together. He was my protector and made me feel safe. Even after we no longer worked together, Los and I stayed in touch to see how the other was doing. We often talked about the crazy fun times at work. You will be forever missed big guy. You have a heart of gold and it was always your mission to take care of those around you. You were always so proud of Little Los and Lydia. They made you smile and I know your heart was full. Until we meet again, continue to protect those you left behind. Love you always.

Maria Medrano

February 20, 2021

Lydia and Carlitos
My Deepest Condolences to you both ,I had the pleasure of working with your dad a very Respectful and Polite hard working young Man. He will truly truly be missed May He Rest In Paradise. 🕊🕊🕊


Geri Felix-Murillo

February 16, 2021

Lydia and Carlitos,
We are so very sorry for your loss. We (Murillo's) remember all of Carlos dedicated times for Carlitos during band at Ramona HS and to his beautiful Lydia. He loved you both so much - it showed all over his face.

We are here for you always. May you both be wrapped in the Lord’s loving arms with peace and comfort

Raymond, Geri and Family. 🙏🏼❤️

Rebecca Katona

February 16, 2021

Carlos....your presence could be intimidating to those who didn't know you...but those of us who did knew the gentle and kind man that you were. You were dedicated to your family that you loved with everything you had. You treated people with respect but you were also a no nonsense kind of guy. I could always count on a bear hug anytime I saw you. Your passing shocked so many and made us pause to ask if this really happened. So rest peacefully dear Carlos and smile down upon us. Keep Lydia and Carlitos under your watchful eye from Heaven.