Ammiel Alvero Sera-Josef
August 8, 1983 – April 3, 2021
Ammiel Alvero Sera-Josef passed away on April 3, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was born on August 8, 1983 at his family home in San Pablo, Laguna, Philippines to Lope and Emerita Sera Josef and grew up in the Philippines with his older brother, Glenn. He is survived by his wife, Sjuana; his children, Joshua, Katelin, Stephen, and Angel; his brother, Glenn; his sister-in-law, Ivey; his nephews, Maui, Damian, Gavin, Ethan, Christian, Jonan, Wyatt, Alex, and Lucas; and his nieces, Chantele, Savanna, Jocelyn, Keira, Shana, Jana, Jade, and Kylee. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, in-person services are private. Please join the family in viewing a livestream of the service at the link provided below.
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Ammiel Alvero Sera-Josef
April 16, 2021
No one is meant to live forever. We have to say goodbye to every last one of our beloved friends, family members, and dearest ones. This is the saddest truth of life. It is often hard to find words to express our feelings when our closest one departs forever. We become so shocked and pained that we fail to find some words for saying them a last goodbye or to pray for a peaceful afterlife for them. As we mourn the loss, it is also necessary that we have our feelings expressed properly. I I've you nd miss you our memories we've shared shall never be fade.God be with you ♥️🙏
April 16, 2021
This is how I will always remember Ammiel. He cuts his finger and he stills cooks for us!
Ammiel Alvero Sera-Josef was a man who liked to live life to its fullest. He was easygoing and witty, and had a talent for bringing out the best in any situation. People were naturally drawn to his sense of humor and his kind heart. He was definitely a little bit of a show off, but he always succeeded in entertaining his family and friends. Everyone who knew Ammiel will remember how he touched their lives.
Ammiel was born on August 8, 1983 at his family home in San Pablo, Laguna, Philippines to Lope and Emerita Sera Josef. He grew up in the Philippines with his older brother, Glenn. He was raised to be warm, caring, and friendly, and he couldn’t help but capture everyone’s attention. He had a good sense of humor that he carried with him throughout his life. Ammiel was an active child, and liked to spend his time playing basketball and participating in a dance group. He was also a bright child, receiving top honors from prep school to grade 6.
As he grew up, Ammiel made many friends, but some of his best friends were Cris, Marty, Arman, and Randy. They all stayed his friends into adulthood, where he also became friends with Eddel. Ammiel loved sharing life and having his home filled with people he knew.
On February 18, 2012 Ammiel exchanged wedding vows with Sjuana Angel Marie Mayhall at Allure Gardens in Las Vegas, Nevada. He worked hard to be a good husband to Sjuana and a good father to his children. He was blessed with two sons, Joshua and Stephen; and two daughters, Katelin and Angel. Their family was rounded out by his long haired Chihuahua, Toby, and his puppy, Boe.
For work, Ammiel was employed with the South Point Hotel and Casino for 14 years as a food server. He was a hard worker and his efforts were noticed. In 2016, he was awarded both Employee of the Month and Employee of the Year. Whenever he wasn’t working, Ammiel continued to play basketball and dance, and found new passion in playing disc golf, flying drones, and singing karaoke. He was part of a few basketball leagues, Beypr, and Noypi sports bike riders. Ammiel also liked to go back to the Philippines on vacation, and traveled all over California.
Ammiel passed away on April 3, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada after a tragic car accident. He is survived by his wife, Sjuana; his children, Joshua, Katelin, Stephen, and Angel; his brother, Glenn; his mother-in-law, Kathy; his brothers-in-law, Wyatt and George; his sisters-in-law, Ivey, Brooke, and Kim; his nephews, Maui, Damian, Gavin, Ethan, Christian, Jonan, Wyatt, Alex, and Lucas; and his nieces, Chantele, Savanna, Jocelyn, Keira, Shana, Jana, Jade, and Kylee. Services were held at Palm Southwest Mortuary.
Ammiel brought joy to all of those around him. He didn’t have a mean bone in his body. He loved to have a good time and was an eternal optimist, always looking on the bright side of things. Ammiel Alvero Sera-Josef lived life to its fullest and made everyone around him happier just for knowing him. He will be remembered with a smile, and will be deeply missed.