OBITUARY

Johnson Asuelo Quilon

July 8, 1930August 31, 2018
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Johnson Asuelo Quilon, of Jacksonville Fl, passed away on August 31, 2018. Born on July 8th, 1930 to Jacobo Quilon and Crispina Asuelo in Santa Cruz, Zambales, Philippines he was the oldest of four children (Rudolfo, Gloria and Eduardo). Married for 54 years to his sweetheart Belen Miclat he is survived by his children Jobel, Jerry, Jun Jun and daughter in law Claire. He enlisted in the U. S. Navy in March 1954 and served for 19 years. After his service ended he was employed by the United States Postal Service for 21 years. Since his retirements he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. A Visitation will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 8th, 2018. in Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, located at 10472 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville, FL. 32246. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 8th with Father Rafael LaVilla as Celebrant, followed by interment in Chapel Hills Memory Gardens with military honors. Please Sign the guestbook at www.hardagegiddens-chapelhills.com HARDAGE-GIDDENS, THE CHAPEL Hills Funeral Home, 850 St. Johns Bluff Road North, Jacksonville, FL. 32225 is serving the family.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, September 8, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, September 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

Johnson Asuelo Quilon

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Gigi Figueroa

September 8, 2018

I will forever hold Uncle Johnny in my heart! His warmth, love, and joyful spirit was genuine and pure. I appreciated his generous and loving soul and the memory of his smile will stay with me forever.

Love to all of the Quilons! My family has your family in our thoughts and prayers.

I love you Auntie Belen, Jobel, Jerry, and Jun Jun. XOX ❤️

With much sympathy,
Gigi, Victor and Kids

Bayette Quilon

September 8, 2018

Thank you Uncle Johnny for being the stronghold of the Quilon family. I still can't believe you're gone. Your memorial service was beautiful, I will never forget it. Auntie Belen and your boys did a great job. Your presence will always be missed and especially your contagious smile, not to mention scrumptious holiday spread. But rest assured we will always keep your loving memories in our hearts. I know you are in a better place now. We love you and we will miss you terribly. Rest in peace Uncle Johnny. May perpetual light shine upon you.

Cookie Rodriguez

September 5, 2018

My fondest memory of Uncle Johnny was when I came to Jax with Ina as a baby of 3 month old for Christmas. He & Auntie Belen welcomed us as with open arms & joyful hearts and since then we return with Ary 2 yrs later and my girls where his forever. So loving & caring as though they were his daughters & to see that just made me love him & Auntie Belen even more whole heartedly. Love you Uncle Johnny & I will miss you with all my heart. ❤️ Rest in Peace!

Raymond & Sissy Quiachon

September 5, 2018

My sister Sissy and I celebrate our Uncle Johnny’s life. We arrived to Jacksonville with our eldest sister, Barbara J. Quilon to Sandalwood and the most Jovial and giving human being just embraced us and the love relationship sparkled from that moment on. There are countless memories but how do one convey them? We can only say it was love at first sight and that love transcends beyond and always will exist in our hearts. Few souls are borne with such a huge giving heart. Thank you Uncle for giving us all those wonderful memories. We love you Uncle Johnny and we will miss you dearly.

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