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Carlos Antonio Dacosta

March 21, 1932January 4, 2020
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Carlos Antonio Dacosta Passed away at the hospital January 4, 2020 with his wife Alba Dacosta and his sister-in-law at his bedside.

He was born in Shanghai China March 21, 1932, he was 87. Carlos Dacosta had 15 sibling and was the youngest boy, he is survived by his sister. As a child he enjoyed seating down at the table eating with family or friends. He always said “Who eats the fast eats the most” he enjoyed food. As a child, Carlos loved helping his mother, he always told the story of going to the market to buy items to make sausages, fig jam, peanut butter and sell in the neighborhood to help his mother. He followed his father footsteps as a sales person. His Father was born in Hong Kong from Portuguese descendants and traveled as a mercantile. His mother was born in Macao from Italian descendants, she was a housewife and took care of all the children with the help of servants. Carlos primary language was English and he also learned some Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, and Spanish. He survived 3 wars and did not leave any children. Carlos was expelled from China by the communist party and his family fled as refugees to Japan.

When Carlos came to the United States, he resided in Honolulu Hawaii in 1965 with big dreams to become a successful businessman. Carlos spent 47 years in the transportation industry. Over these years, Carlos has not only lived abroad, but spent many years traveling and promoting business all over the world, especially in the small nations of the Eastern Asia.

Carlos started working in 1965 with Worldwide Moving and Storage, Inc. And He later moved to San Francisco to work for Crown Moving and Storage as President of the international division. Later Carlos created, his own Company CDC Worldwide INC. Was a worldwide household goods transportation consultant. His expertise was in the arranging of, packaging, and delivery for clients domestically and overseas (a truly door-to-door service). But his highest priority was to be continually pro-active and to work with each client, listening to their ideas and concerns.

Carlos proudest career accomplishments was to provided expertise in the building of the first container terminal in Shanghai. Pioneered the air freighting of personal items such as a child’s favorite toy, American baby food, medicine, and other necessities to make the relocation transition easier on family members. Revolutionized the industry by convincing companies to utilize this same door-to-door method. A saving of up to forty percent (40%) was realized in time and materials. Carlos Dacosta the most fulfillment in life was helping people in any way he could. He was the most happy person in earth, knowing he did good deeds.

Carlos enjoyed playing the steel guitar, singing Hawaiian music, Elvis Presley, Bing Crosby, Andy Williams, and Frank Sinatra. He loved traveling and interacting with people. He was a very happy husband, businessman, and wonderful human being.

Carlos celebration of his life will be at Eternal Valley Memorial Park Mortuary 23287 N. Sierra Highway, Newhall, CA 91321 Service: Saturday January 25, 2020 at 10:00 am-11:00 am

Services

25 January

Funeral Service

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Eternal Valley Memorial Park Mortuary

23287 North Sierra Hwy
Newhall, CA 91321

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Farshad Simanian

January 21, 2020

Carlos, we only met for short few years, but it felt we know each other lifetime
I am very inspired by his words , very fun person to be with along very intelligent and knowledgeable person
We all can learn important lesson from him and always be positive in life

I also have most important lesson in life, which we all have to trust in God and know he takes all his angels with him
And Carlos, was one unique person that everyone love
I know I miss him, but you are in great place
May God always bless your soul

Love forever,
Sean Simanian

werner Umbhau

January 20, 2020

Carlos has been my dear friend since 1957 when we both worked in the transportation industry in Yokohama, Japan. We met again in Honolulu, Hawaii where we had both moved to in 1965.

Carlos's favorite Hawaiian song was "Ke Kali Nei Au", the Hawaiian Wedding Song. Whenever we went listening to Hawaiian music Carlos was quick to request the band to play it, coaxing my wife JoFay to get up on stage and sing it to him.

In his autumn years he once again visited Hawaii with his wife Alba. Carlos repeatedly told me that he was most appreciative of Alba's unconditional love and tender care.

God has now welcomed Carlos into the Kingdom of Heaven

Esmeralda Serpas

January 20, 2020

Carlos,
I know that you are with the Lord. I do miss you so much. Your smile, kindness, cheerfulness and love for others.
You will always be in my heart.
For God loves the people of this world so much, that He gave his one and only Son , so that whoever believes in him will have eternal life and never really die.
God did not send his Son into the world to condem its people. He sent him to save them.
John 3:16-17

Alby Dacosta

January 19, 2020

❤️MY HUSBAND CARLOS YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEART. I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND REMEMBER YOU. AN AMAZING HUMAN BEING. CARING AND LOVING. ❤️
LOVE YOUR WIFE.

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