Funeraria del Angel Oxnard

401 West Channel Islands Blvd, Oxnard, CA


David Perez Juarez

April 27, 1944August 24, 2020

DAVID P. JUAREZ 1944 – 2020

David P. Juarez, born April 27, 1944, peacefully passed away with his family by his side on August 24, 2020. He was a long-time resident of Oxnard involved in local softball teams, and retiree of the City of Oxnard Parks Department where he worked for 24 years. He will be remembered dearly by his family Sarah (wife), Helen (daughter), Siobhan (granddaughter), Michael David Juarez (nephew), nieces; Delia Rivera, Gloria Zavala, and Lu Urias whom he raised as his own, as well as several nephews, nieces, and other family members. He enjoyed his time with the City Parks Department, involvement in local sports, his golf & Dodger game buddies, and spending time with his family at church and sporting events. David is survived by his sister, Socorro Perez, and Ana Galarza (Alejandro). He was preceded in death by his parents Encarnacion and Guadalupe, brothers; Jose, Benito, Benjamin, and Robert, and sisters; Mary, Aurora, and Esperanza. A Celebration of Life and Committal Service will be held Saturday, August 29th at Revive Community Church, 2640 Alvarado St Oxnard (El Rio). Internment will follow at Ivy Lawn Memorial Park, Ventura. Funeral Services are under the care of Funeraria Del Angel Oxnard.


  • Helen Westfall, Daughter
  • Michael, Nephew
  • Sarah Juarez, Wife

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  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, August 29, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, August 29, 2020


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Vince ‘Vinny’ Cruz

September 3, 2020

I had the privilege and honor working with Dave for the City of Oxnard Parks Department between 1984 and 1987. I was just starting my career and he was was there for me all other newbie as our boss, big brother, mentor. Dave was a true professional at work. He was firm but fair with outstanding integrity, He was the humble work father who shared his vast work, life knowledge. I was the young kid who learned to appreciate , respect him and his wonderful family. Dave had his serious and funny side! He knew how to connect with people get his point across without making you and I feel belittled! Two of my favorite stories with Dave: 1) Dave’s Mowing Crew...My first day, being the newbie, rookie...my job on the cutting edger and clear remaining cuttings off the street gutter, sidewalk with a back pack blower...Being fresh Pacific Islander, I didn’t have a problem using a machete, like a true samurai , but definitely didn’t know anything about this guy edger! Dave’s approach- “Vinny, if you like, you can go ahead and follow behind the 2 mowers, do you know how to edge”? Of course told him..thinking how hard can this be? He responded, “don’t forget to put on your seat belt” with that ‘look’ on his face...as he walked away...I spent the 1st 15min trying to figure how I’m suppose to tie myself to this small machine with the rotating blade that I knew can be trouble for me?!!Definitely spent the next following 15min confessing and apologizing- for sure Dave showed me to work Z edger plus that bonus extra grin on his face telling me he knew right from the start because of the ‘blank/ dumb’ face expression earlier! 2) One of the lead workers that I had been assigned to work under was a bully and was crossing the line- Dave immediately put a stop to this as soon as he found out! He took this up to management and made it right!
Dave, thank you for everything that you’ve done for me. Rest In Peace Big Brother! Until we meet again🙏🏻❤️

Carolann Suniga

August 31, 2020

Just want to say I'm sorry for your loss. I pray God will be with you now and in the days to come. You are dear to us, sorry I couldn't attend the service for bro. David. I'm holding you in my heart, and will pray. Love you both, Carol S.

Dru Cardona

August 28, 2020

Sara and Nenita,
I will always hold Davids memory in my heart! Sara, you and David opened your home and hearts to me when you didnt even know me. You both treated me with so much love that I will never forget that! Sara, you and your sisters were so wonderful to me. David was such a happy man! May you and Nenita find comfort and strength is my prayer! Love you all, Dru

Patty Galaviz

August 27, 2020

Sarah, Nenita & Siobhan,
David will truly be missed. He lefts many beautiful memories to treasure. He was one of Joel's golfing buddy. A good friend to many. He now can rest from the woes of this world, no more pain and discomfort. He's with God now.
Rest in peace, Uncle David, until we meet again!

Rosa Moreno

August 27, 2020

Lulu, Gloria and Dee

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your uncle David.There are never enough words to express sorrow and loss. I'll keep you in my prayers and thoughts. Keep his memories close to your heart and cherish the moments spent together.

abrazos, Rosa


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