OBITUARY

Alfonso Rios Torrillo Jr.

November 12, 1949June 6, 2018

Alfonso Rios Torrillo Jr., of Rosario Cavite, Philippines, went home to be with the Lord on June 6, 2018 at his home in Milpitas, CA.

Alfonso was born to Anastacia and Colonel Alfonso Torrillo Sr. on November 12, 1949. He was a Beloved Husband, Loving Father of 3, and Caring Grandfather of 6.

Alfonso immigrated to the United States with his family in 1979, where he worked in the Silicon Valley Integrated Circuit Industry for over 25 years, later retiring from Lockheed Martin with an additional 10 years of service. Alfonso was an amateur carpenter, avid movie fan, and sports enthusiast who enjoyed watching the Oakland Raiders and Golden State Warriors, while spending the rest of his free time in the company of his Wife, Children, and Grandchildren. Alfonso was an excellent chef at home who loved to cook authentic Filipino food, especially for his grandchildren. He adored his family, loved and cared for them faithfully.

Alfonso is survived by his wife Elizabeth Torrillo, three children - Maricar (and Rauderick) De Silva, Maribeth (and Godfrey) Montero, and Mark Anthony Torrillo, his six grandchildren - Isabel Faith De Silva, Kealani Mae Montero, Abigail Hope De Silva, Gabrielle Love De Silva, Jayden Kekoa Montero and Samuel Joseph De Silva, his mother Anastacia Torrillo, and his siblings - Gloria Golez, Val Torrillo, Ramon Torrillo, Chona Viray, Nitang Cunanan, and Cielo Rivera.

Services

  • Viewing Friday, June 22, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Service Friday, June 22, 2018
  • Viewing Saturday, June 23, 2018
  • Service Saturday, June 23, 2018
  • Burial Saturday, June 23, 2018
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Alfonso Rios Torrillo Jr.

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Toni Mohs

June 18, 2018

We are so sorry to hear about the passing of Alphonso. He was such a friendly and nice person and we enjoyed hearing stories about his family. He would often come by and talk about the Raiders and Warriors and was such a genuinely nice person. He was a hard worker and we missed him when he left our building. We send our warmest wishes to his family and friends.
Kathy and Toni, Lockheed Martin

FROM THE FAMILY