Mr. Bayani "Benjie" Bautista Advincula
August 11, 1953 – March 3, 2011
Mr. Bayani B. Advincula, 57 of Delano, California passed away on March 03, 2011 in Delano, California. Mr. Advincula was born on August 11, 1953 in Caba, La Union, Philippines. Mr. Advincula was a Merchandise Handler and is survived by : Linda Advincula (Wife), Bernadette Lynne Advicula (daughter), Cassandra May Advincula (daughter), Benjamin Elvis Advincula (son), Pedro Daniel Advincula (brother), Virgilio Bautista Advincula (brother), Virgilio Bautista Advincula (brother), Edwin Jose Advincula (brother), 7 Nieces, 5 nephews. Mr. Advincula is preceded in death by Catalina Arsenia Bautista Advincula (mother), Daniel Diego Advincula (father), Johnny Advincula (brother), Evelyn Christina Dainard (sister). Services will be as follows: Visitation and rosary, March 10, 2011 4:00-8:00 p.m. at Delano Mortuary. Catholic Mass, March 11, 2011 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Delano. Pallbearers will be: Jerome Advincula, John Anthony Advincula, Marchito Alcantara, Globezekie John Advinula, Rudolph Ancheta, Jacob Abitago, Edwin Abarca, Wenefredo Alcantara. Presiding clergy will be Father Javier Alvarez from Our Lady Of Guadalupe Church. Final Resting place will be at North Kern District Cemetery.
Arrangements under the direction of Delano Mortuary, Delano, CA.
- Visitation Thursday, March 10, 2011
- Funeral Service Friday, March 11, 2011
Mr. Bayani "Benjie" Bautista Advincula
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March 28, 2011
On behalf of the Advincula family, we would like to thank you all for your thoughts, prayers, and condolences. Thank you again for all your love and support.
“The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.”
~ Oscar Wilde
March 15, 2011
This is indeed a sad day for all of us. We have lost a good friend, a loving husband, a caring father, a thoughtful brother, a great uncle, and most of all a very kind cousin to many. Cousin Bayani's death was sudden. I remember when I heard the news; I simply could not believe it. Cousin Bayani was still young; but it slowly occurred to my realizations that Bayani had lived an amazing life even though it was rather short. Bayani was a great cousin and friend. He was the kind of person who will stand by you when you need someone to be there. I remember when my father, sister, and I lived with Bayani's parents and his siblings; we played together, we grew up together, and shared many blessings under one roof. We were very young and I can remember back then Bayani has always been a quiet, polite, and somewhat shy but he was a young man with a big heart who was always willing to give anything he's got even to sacrifice his own freedom in order to vanish miseries in exchange to happiness of his love ones. Yes, he is my cousin Bayani who will remain one-of-a-kind in our hearts. With that said, this is not the time to grieve but it is our time to celebrate his life. This is just my small way to say thank you my dearest cousin Bayani for all the precious memories and everything you did for us. We also thank you for all special moments you have shared with us and left us; with that, cousin Bayani, you will live on within our hearts and will remember those you have touched our lives. We love you and you will be greatly missed...
March 9, 2011
I will always remember Bayani as the best brother-in-law a guy could hope for. He brought a welcoming spirit, a great smile and laugh everywhere he went. Not to mention those great cooking skills :-) He will be missed...
Our prayers are with the family during this difficult time.
March 8, 2011
Linda we are extremely sadden by your losss. Bayani was a great person and a great neighbor when lived in Richgrove. May God give you and your kids strenth in these hard moments. Our hearts go to you and your kids. I know it's alot to ask but you need to be strong for your kids. Again, our hearts and prayers are you and your family.
Veronica and Eduardo (neighbors in Richgrove)