OBITUARY

Ignacio A. Aguinaga

June 6, 1948March 26, 2012

Ignacio A. "Nacho" Aguinaga, age 63, of Glendale Heights for 29 years, employed by Elliot Construction since 1974. Nacho started as a laborer in Mexico. He shoveled stone and broken concrete into five yard dump trucks often filling five trucks in one day. Throughout his career he trained many people and earned their respect as a hard working man. In 2008 Nacho retired with the great distinction as being one of the best in the construction industry. He is the beloved husband of Ines nee Martinez; loving father of Veronica (nee Aguinaga) (Pablo) Garcia, Nancy, Rene and Evelyn; cherished grandfather of Faith, Pablo, Kniea and Priseis; dear brother of Jesus, Salvador, Socorro, Jose Refugio and the late Jose J. Luis and Guadalupe; dear brother-in-law of Rene, Maria, Cruz, Marcelo, and Julieta Martinez; loving son-in-law of Bartola Martinez; beloved uncle to Jesse Munoz and many other nieces and nephews. Also survived by his loving dog Lyla and preceeded in death by Suky and Duke. Memorial Mass Saturday March 31st, 9:30 am in the chapel at St. Isidore Catholic Church, 427 W. Army Trail Rd., Bloomingdale. Interment private.

Services

  • Memorial Mass Saturday, March 31, 2012
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Ignacio A. Aguinaga

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April 1, 2012

To Nachos Family
I worked with Nacho back in the lates 80s,at Elliott Construction.He always had a smile on his face and made work so much better when he was there.I am so sorry for your loss.He was a great man and the best father.He will be missed by everyone he touched in his life.
Matt Weismiller

Carmen Martinez

March 30, 2012

Tio Nacho,
I just want to say that you will be missed by many.You were a great person and tio i'm not just saying this because your gone but because you were.You were an awesome husband to my aunt and not many men will ever get near that.You were blessed with a great family and life and we were blessed to have you. You always called me Melita. Your going to have to wait for us to make us arracheras and Im sure your going to have an amazing garden waiting for us.My aunt and your kids will be okay.We are a big family and we be here for them no matter what.So many visitors already tio.That says a lot about the kind of person you were.I remember you took care of my Mona and walked her.It saddens me that your gone but you're in heaven and that's a gift and now I have to behave cause I know you will be watching.lol
I love you tio.
Mela

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