OBITUARY

Emilio "Jr" "Hoss" Cortez

February 1, 1978April 1, 2019

Emilio “Jr” “Hoss” Cortez, was born in Tustin, California on February 1, 1978. He passed away on April 1, 2019 at the age of (41) years old. Jr was born to Delia and Emilio Cortez.

He is survived by his mother Delia Cortez, sister Dania Cortez, brothers Fabian and Andy Cortez along with his niece Desi. He had many Uncles, Aunts, Cousins and numerous friends.

He was employed by Water Well Redevelopers in Anaheim as a Manufacturing Foreman for about 20 years and he was part owner of the fishing rod company Fishing Syndicate.

He can be remembered for his contagious smile, larger than life personality and his pureness of heart. He loved deep sea fishing as was a big part of the fishing community. He will be missed by so many but never forgotten.

Jr is preceded in death by his father Emilio Cortez, Grandpa Andres Felix and Grandma Simona Felix.

His services will be April 23rd from 6-9pm at Dimond & Shannon in Garden Grove

Services

23 April

Memorial Service

6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

REMEMBERING

Emilio "Jr" "Hoss" Cortez

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Mandy Demorgoli

April 16, 2019

😔When we lose a loved one here on earth, we gain an angel 😇 in heaven that watches over us. May you take comfort in knowing that you have an angel to watch over you now. He will be missed but never ever forgotten.

Mandy Demorgoli

April 16, 2019

My condolences to the Cortez family. I love you all and your all family too us. I am honored and blessed to have known JR. He was truly a blessing in my life and I will miss him with all my heart. Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember our dearly departed, Rest in peace Hoss🙏

Bradley Challacombe

April 15, 2019


Emilio and I had many heart to heart conversations and I got to know him very well over the past 21 years. One of the topics of conversation had to due with how people could make unjustified conclusions at a glance. (Emilio was a big man, clean shaven and had short hair) I didn't have any words of apparent comfort for Emilio, but I saw his hurt . At the end of our conversation I told Emilio: " If there were more people like you in this world ...... there would be no more wars ".

All of us at Water Well Redevelopers thought highly of Emilio, his talents and accomplishments were admirable. He was more than a employee, he was my friend and I loved the man.

May God's face shine upon Emilio, look at him with favor and give him peace.

Brad


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