OBITUARY

Julio Morales Jr.

December 13, 1963July 29, 2018
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Julio Morales Jr., of Brooklyn, NY, passed away peacefully on July 29th while on vacation with his relatives. He was the loving husband of Soliliana Cintron-Morales with whom he shared 40 years with 33 years of marriage. Born on December 13, 1963, he was the son of Julio Morales Sr. and the late Constancia Rosado, of Manhattan, NY, NY. Julio Morales Jr. was a successful husband, father, uncle, godfather, and grandfather. He and his wife raised four wonderful children and bought a home together. He often spent his time hunting/fishing or playing billiards when he wasn’t providing for his family. He worked in the Union for 36 dedicated years. His smile was always bright no matter how hard times were. He cared for all and joked with all. He didn’t judge who someone was as long as they respected him and his family. Julio Morales Jr. had preceded in death by: Constancia Rosado, Dimus Vargas, and Victorious Morales Julio Morales Jr. had been survived by: Julio Morales Sr. of Puerto Rico, David Morales of Massachusetts, Janette Morales of New Jersey, Soliliana Cintron-Morales, Salina M. Morales, Justice J. Morales III, Christina C. Morales, and Joshua G. Morales of Pennsylvania. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Tuesday August 7 at 10:00am at the St. Matthews Catholic Church 200 Brodhead Ave. East Stroudsburg. A visitation will be held Monday August 6 2-4 and again from 6-8 at the Lanterman & Allen Funeral Home Inc. 27 Washington St. East Stroudsburg. Burial will take place at the Stroudsburg Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Lanterman & Allen Funeral Home. Online condolences maybe made online at www.lantermanallenfh.com

Services

  • Visitation Monday, August 6, 2018
  • Visitation Monday, August 6, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, August 7, 2018
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Julio Morales Jr.

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Andrea Brown Myra Burrows

August 7, 2018

Justice, you and Lillian had us at hello! You brought laughter & joy to everyone you met. You were the life of the party. Thanks for all the laughs. You were a great friend, husband, dad, & grandfather. Thank you for taking care of our dear friend Lillian . You will be truly missed. Forever in our hearts. Love 💕 You! Andrea & Myra

Arlington Pandy

August 7, 2018

My prayers goes out to my good friend Julio.. This sad news hit me hard because we knew each other for along time (over 20 years) working in the Union.. We always shared good stories, laughers, and even food haha.. There was never a time he wasn’t there for you and that’s what I appreciate about him.. He’ll truly be missed and I know God have him in a much better place and at peace.. Love Arlington P.

Kim Cook

August 7, 2018

I remember when we would hang out together at gathering you were always the happy smiling one. My kids loved you as if you were their uncle. I know you and Joshua are smiling and looking down protecting us. Love and miss you.

Heather Murray

August 7, 2018

The Justice we remember was a gentle spirit, always happy and liked to have fun, a loving husband to Lillian, great father to his children, loyal to his friends. He had one of the biggest , brightest smiles, which could always put you in a good mood, without him even saying a word. When the sun is shining, we imagine it will be Justice letting everyone know that while he is not right here, he is still with us. God bless the Morales family. With love & affection, Heather & Benson Murray

Nilsa Rosario

August 6, 2018

My dear cuz I am lost for words I'm shocked to hear about your passing on so many levels I could think of our younger years and how much you looked up to me always a bright and beautiful spirit boy who grew up to be much more I was very proud of all your blessings and accomplishments you were a one and a million that no one could ever compare the Lord had blessed you with a beautiful wife and kids your spirit will live on among all who lifes you entered we will let you go to be with our Lord and Savior where you could bring joy amongst all the angels joke sing dance and laugh I know I have a guardian angel up above and want to say we love you the Rosario family T T Clisa ,Nino,Julio,Thomas Robert and your favorite Nilsa RIP my Angel

Mark Cook

August 6, 2018

JusticeI remember the last time we.visited you and Lillian in PA we had the best time laughing, eating and just enjoying each others company. You know I always said you were my brother from another mother. You will truly, truly be missed. Until we meet again. I love. Mark & Kim

Christina Morales

August 6, 2018

The only man I know who could make a tough situation into a light one.
The only man I know who could put a smile on the most stubborn of people.
The only man I know who knew how to be everything and more for the person he loved.
The only man I know who knew how to live in any condition.
I remember when I was in high school and I had gotten my phone taken away twice and it was the third time. He came to the school and told me he wouldn’t tell mom if I didnt get my phone taken away again. It was like our secret that we never shared. He was really cool like that since he didnt want to get me in trouble. Mom never knew but she knows now! Haha.
I’m going to miss him like nothing else. I always compared myself to Cinderella and I guess now I’m closer to her now that my father has also passed.

Ariana Cintron

August 6, 2018

I didn’t really get to spend a lot of time with my uncle. But the times I did were one of the most happiest times. I remember I didn’t see him for a really long time and for thanks giving me and my dad came down to PA. When I got out the car and after him hugging my dad he looked at me and said “ WHO THE HELL ARE YOU!” Everybody started laughing. He has such a big heart and and the love he had for his family can’t never be explained in words. I’m going to miss him always laughing and smiling and always just brightening up our lives. RIP Tio love you and you will always have a place in my heart.

Joey Baez

August 6, 2018

What can I say about my Uncle that hasn't already been said, he was a man who worked hard but knew how to have fun. Out of all the memories I shared with my Uncle Justice my last moment with him is my favorite and will cherish the most. I took him for a ride in my car and he loved the ride and feared it. He laughed and screamed out "joey, don't kill me". After the ride was over he said it was like riding in a race car and was joking around saying "take care of my car"...don't worry Uncle Justice, I will indeed take care of your car.

Annie Morales

August 6, 2018

My childhood consisted of so many amazing and hilarious moments with my godfather. Padrino was always laughing and joking with us. Their house was always filled with children. As Madrina would show up with groups of the cousins, godsons and goddaughters Padrino would say “But Lilly how we going to feed all of them?” Madrina would reply “Justice I had to!” Yet as he was on his way to the kitchen to cook he would say “That’s it your all gonna starve!” and we would all start laughing. At night he would turn off all the lights and chase us through the house with a flashlight scaring us. Half of us would be crying and laughing all at the same time as he would laugh with the most contagious laughter(atleast until Madrina would shout at him “Pero Justice what you doing to those kids?”) And he would laugh and laugh and laugh! So many good moments! As I grew up I can honestly say my god parents were the model couple. They were so in love even grossing us out at times but as I grew into a woman I grew to appreciate that truly loving example he was. Padrino loved his family beyond what words could describe. His wife was his everything. He was such a caring and nurturing person. Although we drove him crazy at times there isn’t one instance I can ever remember him being upset. He found humor in every moment. There isn’t one person that met him that he hasn’t made laugh or atleast smile. He has made one of the deepest imprints in my heart. He will surely be missed and forever loved. My heart aches for his children and family. I have the deepest sympathy for Madrina as she truly lost her other half, her soulmate. Gone but never forgotten ❣️