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Palm Cheyenne Mortuary

7400 West Cheyenne Avenue, Las Vegas, NV

OBITUARY

Carlos Aldave Villar

January 25, 1927June 19, 2020
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Carlos Aldave Villar was born on January 25, 1927 and passed away on June 19, 2020 and is under the care of Palm Cheyenne Mortuary.

Memorial Service will be held on July 10, 2020 at 2:00 pm at Palm Cheyenne Mortuary, 7400 West Cheyenne Avenue, Las Vegas, NV. Reception will be held on July 10, 2020 at 3:00 pm at Palm Cheyenne Mortuary, 7400 West Cheyenne Avenue, Las Vegas, NV.

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Services

10 July

Memorial Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Palm Cheyenne Mortuary

Chapel

7400 West Cheyenne Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129

10 July

Reception

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Palm Cheyenne Mortuary

Reception Room

7400 West Cheyenne Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89129

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Biography

An expressive, optimistic, and uninhibited individual, he was a performer in the theater of life. To everyone around him, he seemed to be eternally happy, and he willingly shared that joy with anyone whose life he touched. For Carlos, bringing out the best in any situation was as easy as offering a smile, a witty remark or the twinkle of an eye. And with just those simple gestures, he could evoke the most pleasant of emotions. Carlos really mastered the art of living and had great fun in doing so.

      Carlos was born on January 25, 1927 at At home in Callao. His parents were Guillermo and Felicita. Carlos was raised in Callao, Peru. Even as a child, Carlos had the ability to lift the spirits of all those around him. He was raised to be warm, caring and friendly. He couldn’t help but capture everyone’s attention. He was definitely a little bit of a show off, but in doing so, he succeeded in entertaining his entire family.

      Always a good playmate, Carlos was easygoing and fun loving. He managed to lighten the mood wherever he was, even during family squabbles. He seemed to have a knack for bringing compromise and erasing tense situations around the house. Due to a generous dose of common sense, Carlos managed to find a satisfying solution to basic problems. Carlos was raised with 12 siblings. He was the oldest of 13 siblings, Guillermo, Oscar, Adolfo, Napo, Jorge, Maiga, Sara, Rosa, Elvira, Adela, Hayde and Gloria.

      All of Carlos's playful good humor carried over into his childhood. He was possessed with an outgoing personality, a lively imagination and a mellowed enthusiasm for life that allowed him to be constantly on the go. As a result, Carlos experienced a rather active childhood, and this suited him very well. He took part in soccer. He was an active child, loved sports and singing. In his spare time he liked to sing at the church choir. Carlos' memorable achievements included student of the year on his 5th grade.

      Ask anyone who knew him from school and they would tell you that Carlos was a class “cut-up.” He didn’t do it to be unkind or to garner all the attention. Rather, Carlos simply enjoyed others’ laughter and the sounds of his friends and acquaintances having a good time. It could be said that for Carlos, grades may not have been the most important thing to him, but he really did enjoy his school experience. Since experience was Carlos's best teacher. He enjoyed hands-on learning and applying the “practical” approach to knowledge, rather than getting caught up in “theory. He enjoyed some courses more than others, having favorite classes and teachers. His favorite class in high school was literature. The teacher he enjoyed learning from the most was literature.

      The gift of being emotionally expressive and outwardly affectionate made Carlos very easy to approach. He tried hard not to impose on his spouse. He was always sensitive to other people’s feelings, and that was especially true in marriage.

      Perhaps the reason Carlos related so well to children was the fact that he never really completely grew up himself. The ability to be just a “kid at heart” helped him in raising his own children. Carlos was blessed with Three children, Juan and two daughters, Mariella and Giuliana. They were also blessed with Ten grandchildren, David Jr., Krystal, Melanie, Johnny, Derek, Gabriel, Valerie, Vivian, Summer and Brian. Carlos had the ability to focus his attention on the present moment. If he was spending time with the kids, that’s where all of his attention was directed. Carlos's compassionate side prevented him from being a strict disciplinarian, and he could turn just about any situation into a playful, learning experience. He could spend hours entertaining them with fun and creative play. In fact, Carlos had a knack for turning some of those nasty old chores into games.

      At work, as in life, Carlos was a real “people person.” He had a very successful way of dealing effectively with others, and his enthusiasm and energy was often contagious. Carlos liked to see himself as something of a virtuoso. When dealing with various projects and problems, Carlos was an adaptable realist, using his common sense and trusting his experiences and impulses to uncover the correct answer. Carlos's talent for being a down to earth thinker, allowed many around him to see Carlos as an excellent problem solver. He was employed for Marina de Guerra del Peru.

      Carlos was a Marine Cadete. He was in the Peruvian Marine. No wars fought at the time he served.

      Carlos enjoyed his leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. An “arts and crafts” type, Carlos liked creating and making things. His favorite pursuits were singing at Radio Nacional del Peru, “trio Bellavista”. Carlos was content to enjoy his hobbies alone but was also willing to share his interests with others.

      Carlos felt excited and challenged by sports. Even if he wasn’t the best, Carlos loved to participate and thoroughly enjoyed the competition and the pleasure of being around other people. Carlos relished the opportunities where he could make an impact, and he would often push himself to play above his abilities. A quick thinker who understood the basics, Carlos never seemed to get caught off guard, even when confronted with unexpected conflict. In high school, Carlos played soccer. Recreational sports included boxing and soccer. Carlos was also something of a sports fan and enjoyed watching his favorite events whenever he got the opportunity. Tops on his list were soccer, boxing.

      Carlos had an endless appetite for new and different activities. He was always ready to join in the fun and add his flair and energy to an organization. Because of his personality, his humor, and his ability to get along with everyone, Carlos's service was greatly valued by the organizations to which he belonged. In high school, Carlos was a member of the Soccer Team.

      A generous person who often wore his heart on his sleeve, Carlos often found himself involved in activities he deemed important. He was charitable, kind and giving, qualities that made him a natural volunteer. Politically, Carlos was not a fan of “el Despeinado”. LOL.

      Vested with a deep concern for spiritual development, Carlos recognized that his faith was important to him throughout his life. He was Catholic.

      Living life in the fast lane suited Carlos just fine. It is no surprise that he loved to travel and to visit new and different places. He was naturally curious about other parts of the world and loved the real life adventure that came from visiting them. He was impulsive and willing to try anything once. Favorite vacations included Disneyland.

      Carlos was a lover of animals and cherished his pets, enjoying them almost as much as he enjoyed being around other people. One of Carlos's favorites was Cucho “Aviles”. They were best friends for 10 yrs. His family was rounded out by his many cats, dogs and roosters.

      Carlos believed that you had to experience life, and his life in retirement was no different. When that day finally arrived in 2001, Carlos took it in stride as one more way to have fun. His new life involved relocating to las Vegas. With his boundless energy and a desire to get the most out of life, Carlos remained busy with people and projects. In retirement, he found new pleasure in traveling and was kept himself close to his grandchildren. Even in retirement, Carlos continued to stay in touch with his old friends and, since he'd never met a stranger, he made plenty of new acquaintances as well.

      Carlos passed away on June 19, 2020 at Nathan Adelson Hospice. Renal failure. He is survived by his Daughters, Mariella and Giuliana, 10 Grandchildren, 7 Great-Grandchildren:. Services were held at Palms Mortuary. Carlos was laid to rest in Las Vegas, Nevada.

      Carlos brought joy to all of those around him. He never had 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. He loved to share his energy, wit, and his zest for all of his activities with his friends and family. He will be remembered with a smile.