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Mr. Ezequiel Casillas

September 1, 1936January 7, 2021

Ezequiel Casillas, of St. Cloud, Florida, 84, passed away on January 7, 2021. He was born in Humacao, Puerto Rico September 1, 1936. He was married to Ana Miranda Santiago on June 23, 1956.

Ezequiel worked as a Manager at Thom McAn Shoes for most of his adult life.

He was a member of Casa de Bendicion (House of Blessing) Church in St. Cloud, had a deep faith in God and a great love for his family. He loved reading the Bible and singing hymns of the church. He enjoyed playing Dominoes and spending time with family. He was survived by: Spouse: Ana Miranda Casillas


Daughters: Mary, Vivian and Janice

Grandchildren: Michael, Linda Marie, Adam, Debbie, Erika

Great Grandchildren: Alexis, Keith, Isiah, Kaitlyn, Josh, Chloe, Sienna, Aria, Sebastian and Mikaela

Brothers and Sisters: Eliseo, Lydia and Abigail

Private service for family will be held at Family Funeral Care in Orlando, Florida. In lieu of flowers please make charitable donations to Casa de Bendicion Church at 2675 Canoe Creek Road, St. Cloud, Florida 34772


  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, January 13, 2021


Mr. Ezequiel Casillas

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Diane Arvelo

January 12, 2021

Dear Family,
Danny and I are so sorry for your loss. Our hearts are filled with sorrow. Mary, Joe, Linda, Michael, spouses and grandchildren, Please know our loving thoughts embrace you.
We send our deepest condolences and pray for your peace, health & well being and comfort during this incredible difficult time.

Your Loving Friends,
Danny and Diane Arvelo

Mike and Sylvia Miranda

January 11, 2021

We will miss you so much. We have such wonderful memories of times shared with you. You were a wonderful example of a man of God. We know you are now singing with the angels in heaven. We feel sad that we were not able to say goodbye but we know that we will meet in heaven one day. We love you forever.


January 11, 2021

Dad, we miss you so much! Yet we take comfort that the deep faith in God you helped to instill in each of your daughters gives us hope. Thank you for being a loving dad and provider. Until we meet again, Vivian

Mary Collazo

January 11, 2021

Dad, you were my dad, you were my buddy, you were my hero. Thank you for all you did for our family. You leave us with an amazing legacy, love for God and love for family. The rest of us will continue that legacy and as your oldest I pray to continue to carry it out.
Hope your singing up a storm up there in glory.
Till we see eachother’s not goodbye it’s “see you later”. 💔

Janice Casillas

January 10, 2021

Janice Casillas

January 10, 2021

Rev Hecror Rivera

January 10, 2021

Brother Casillas, one of my most trusted church member. A man of God who did not back down from any job that had to be done at the chapel, and would not hesitate to extend the Kingdom of God even when the weather was miserable. I as your pastor for roughly four years, at the First Baptist
Church in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, will remember your kindness, respect and loyalty to God, The Church and to my person as Pastor
Even though are hearts are heavy with sadness, are happy that you are present at the Kings table in the Espiritual Realm.

Shirley Hernández Ramirez

January 10, 2021

You were my first boss ever. I loved working for you. Thank you for all you taught me when I was a 13 year old kid. I know that you are with Jesus now. SIP

Michael Hernandez

January 10, 2021