OBITUARY

Ernesto Noe Carrillo

April 23, 1945February 28, 2021
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Ernesto Noe Carrillo, age 75, of Wildomar, California passed away on Sunday, February 28, 2021. Ernesto was born April 23, 1945 in Potrero De Gallegos, Zacatecas, Mexico. Thanks be to God he spent his last moments on Earth surrounded by loved ones in the comfort of his home. Ernesto fought a 20 year battle with cancer that ultimately took his life. He is deeply missed by his wife, kids, grandkids, godchildren, family, and dear friends.

A visitation for Ernesto will be held Monday, May 3, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Pierce Brothers Crestlawn Mortuary, 11500 Arlington Ave, Riverside, CA 92505. A funeral mass will occur Tuesday, May 4, 2021 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM at St Frances of Rome Catholic Church, 21591 Lemon St, WIldomar, CA 92595. A committal service will occur Tuesday, May 4, 2021 from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM at Pierce Brothers Crestlawn Memorial Park, 11500 Arlington Ave, Riverside, CA 92505.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.PierceBrosCrestlawn.com for the Carrillo family.

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, May 3, 2021

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  • Funeral Mass

    Tuesday, May 4, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Tuesday, May 4, 2021

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Felix Cruz

May 3, 2021

Gracias por aceptar me como familia. Has sido un gran bendicion en mi vida y en la vida de mi familia. You are missed and loved by so many.

Love you papi Ernesto

Raquel Carrillo

April 13, 2021

Biologically Ernesto is my grandfather. However, he raised me and cared for me as his daughter and I love him as a father. This statement speaks to the man my father was. At the peak of expanding and creating his business El Compadre, he and my mama Marina took in my brother and me. Words can not express how much he is missed. I am so thankful for his tough love and guidance throughout my life. He helped so many people and truly left a positive impact on many throughout his time here on Earth. He was such a natural leader and with Marina's support and encouragement, he paved the path to success time after time again. He wasn't only a dreamer but a doer, he turned so many dreams into reality. He worked hard and got things done. He was and continues to be such an inspiration in my life and others. I am eternally grateful for my time with him, cancer could have taken him in 2004 when I was a young 18 years old. He was such a fighter, he knew he was still needed and he fought for his loved ones. My dad was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 2013 I believe and still fought to be here with his family all these years. Cancer and treatment took a toll on his body but he didn't let that break his spirit, he was a true fighter and loved his family dearly. I'm so thankful for all he has taught me in this life. I will cherish all the memories and life lessons and pass them along to my children. Forever missed, never forgotten! I love you dad!

Martha Alameel

April 9, 2021

I been thinking how much I miss my older brother. He was always kind and caring.
My best memory was a time when he allowed me to take his new car for a ride around the neighborhood In Oxnard CA.
It was a Classic Mustang one of the most popular cars during those days. It was a very special time to be entrusted with his new car. Besides I was just learning how to drive. 🚘

Anjanet Banuelos Bolanos

April 9, 2021

Tio,

You were such a nice man. Always so caring and understanding. You never once passed judgment on me. I pray you have found peace and just how loved and missed you are.

Marlyne Perez

April 5, 2021

Hello Tio,

You will be and are very much missed. May heaven be everything you ever dreamed about.

Love,
Marlyne

David and Martha Alameel

March 19, 2021

Marina y Familia

We are sorry for your loss. My brother is now resting in the arms of God the Father.
Sending healing prayers and comfort to everyone. We are going to miss him too.

Blessings and hugs

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Biography

Ernesto Carrillo was a natural leader whose winning presence allowed him to take control of various situations with ease. Equipped with a clear and calculating focus, he possessed a tough-minded, “take charge” attitude. He had the ability to make even routine situations seem exciting, and he was at ease with the role of playing problem solver. Noe always sought out the scene of where the action was. Sociable, analytical and pleasant, Noe was an individual who enjoyed life’s challenges.

      Noe was born on April 23, 1945 at Home in Potreros de Gallegos Zacatecas. His parents were Maria de La Luz and Saturnino Carrillo. Always able to express himself well, Noe possessed strong interpersonal skills. He was optimistic in his outlook on life and was able at all times to be open and direct in his communication. Armed with a great wit, Noe was raised to be accepting of others and to implement a strong personal work ethic.

      Blessed with a balanced attitude, Noe was able to relate well with others. His occasional role as family mediator gave him the opportunity to ease tense situations when they occurred. Noe was raised with ten siblings. He had five brother Juan, Saturnino, Samuel, Jose Luis, Gaspar and five sisters Victoria, Ernestina, Lupe, Martha, Juanita. Noe had a strong desire to be treated fairly and would readily offer others the same fairness in return.

      As a young child, Noe showed his creative ability in many ways. He was outgoing and animated. Noe enjoyed new activities and pursued a variety of interests. In his spare time he liked to train with horses and play in the ranch.

      Friends and acquaintances found Noe an easy man to get to know, and those close to him would often praise his open, practical style of communication and relaxed approach to life in general. Noe was uncomplicated and straightforward in his relationships, which allowed him to accept people for what they were. While growing up, his best friend was Tobias. Later in life, he became friends with so many wonderful people.

      On February 6, 1966 Noe exchanged wedding vows with Marina Patino Angel at the Nuestra Senora del Refugio of Tijuana Mexico. Noe was attentive to Marina's feelings, and he charmed Marina and others with his gift for being able to give freely and generously. A good listener with an engaging personality, Noe was able to bring pleasure and unexpected humor to the relationship.

      Very much like a kid himself, Noe identified with the inquisitive and creative side of his children’s personalities. He was able to direct his energy and spontaneity towards helping his children acquire added common sense skills. Noe was blessed with three children, Two sons Ernest and David and one daughter Sonia.

      Noe was a flexible worker who was able to draw the best from others around him. A persuasive individual who was quick to make necessary decisions, Noe’s strengths included being able to think on his feet. He could be a leader who sought impact for his decisions. Gifted with an incredible ability to read body language, Noe was able to positively manipulate situations and motivate others in order to get a task completed. He was a good negotiator who enjoyed new challenges. Noe could multi-task, and he was endowed with entrepreneurial spirit, allowing him to think beyond standard norms when it came to resolving issues in his work environment. His primary occupation was running his store El Compadre and warehouse Los compadres. He was employed at the Laborers Union 242 for 13 years.

      Noe enjoyed his leisure time by taking part in various hobbies. He had something of an artistic flair in many of the things that he did. He put this creativity toward all of his pastimes. His favorite pursuits were gardening, crafting around the house and in his shop. He was content to enjoy his hobbies alone but was also willing to share his interests with others.

      Noe held close traditional values and as a result, faith was important to him. He was a member of St. Frances of Rome Catholic Church. During that time, he supported fundraiser events.

      Noe’s natural leadership qualities placed him in consideration for public recognition, earning him accolades for his many and varied efforts throughout his life. His most prestigious awards is the Coalition of Hispanic American Professional awarded in Tacoma Washington.

      Travel and vacations were experiences that Noe truly enjoyed. He preferred to seek out excitement wherever he went and he was partial to vacations that were casual and laid back with an atmosphere of “live and let live.” He was willing to leave his plans open and flexible, just in case something more interesting came along. Favorite vacations included Mexico, Japan, Puerto Rico.

      Noe was a lover of animals and cherished his pets. One of Noe’s favorites was Osito his Shih Tzu dog. They were best friends for 14 year.

      When Noe’s retirement finally came in 2010, he was well prepared. He used logical analysis of his retirement options in order to ensure his retirement would be fulfilling. Still, he was able to easily adapt to possible changes and enjoyed just having fun and being relaxed. His new life involved relocating to Wildomar California. In retirement, he found new pleasure in CB club meetings and events.

      Noe passed away on February 28, 2021 at home in Wildomar California surrounded by friends and family. Ernesto fought a brave battle against cancer. He is survived by his wife Marina, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and his brothers and sisters. Services were held at St. Frances de Rome Catholic Church. Noe was laid to rest in Pierce Brothers Crestlawn Memorial Park.

      Noe was the kind of person who could win others over easily. A concrete communicator, he relied on his senses to increase his involvement and awareness of others. He was always able to provide amusing repartee to his friends and acquaintances, offering a seemingly endless supply of quips, anecdotes, jokes and stories. If Noe had a theme song written about him, it might well have been “Don’t Worry, Be Happy.” He enjoyed his life and the experience of living it. This is how everyone will remember Ernesto Carrillo.