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Mount Auburn Funeral Home & Cemetery

4101 South Oak Park Ave, Stickney, IL

OBITUARY

Carlos Carrillo

July 13, 1966June 19, 2020
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Carlos Carrillo, age 53, Desert Storm Navy Veteran; of North Riverside, Illinois passed away on Friday, June 19, 2020. Carlos was born July 13, 1966 in Mexico City, Mexico to his parents Maria Luisa (nee De Santiago) and Gustavo Carrillo. Later, he married his loving wife Lynda (nee Lara).

Loving Father of Carlos Jr., Enrique, Lilliana, Gabriel and Alejandro. Cherished grandfather of two. Beloved brother of Gerardo, Marisela, Jose and the late Gustavo Carrillo. Dear uncle of two. Treasured nephew, cousin and a friend to all.

Carlos was a very involved father. He was an avid Chicago Cubs, Bears and Bulls fan.

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

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C Carrillo

June 25, 2020

Sadly, this was the last time many of us Carrillo cousins saw Carlos. We will forever miss his presence at our yearly Christmas party and family reunions in Mexico. He will now join the list of Carrillo's who are watching us from above and his memory will never be forgotten. We will miss him tremendously.

Lynda Lara

June 25, 2020

Celebrating our anniversary last year

Lynda Lara

June 25, 2020

Master Degree Graduation

Lynda Lara

June 25, 2020

Alejandro's baptism

Christina Benisek

June 25, 2020

Grandpa holding Eliana after her Baptism.

Sofia Alcalde

June 24, 2020

No estuve muy cerca de Carlos en nuestras vidas, crecimos en generaciones distintas y países distintos. Siempre lo quise por el simple hecho de ser mi primo. Me dí cuenta de su amoroso corazón cuando mi mamá (su tía) enfermó de cáncer y él organizó una colecta para ayudarnos con los gastos del tratamiento (creo que el premio eran unas noches de hotel). Me pareció un gesto tan noble y amoroso de su parte y nunca se lo agradecí en persona. Las veces que lo ví después de eso, quise agradecerle y nunca pude, la emoción me ganaba y solo de pensarlo se me hacía un nudo en la garganta.
Gracias primo por todo el amor que nos hiciste sentir.
En esta foto él y mi mamá, que seguramente ya se encontraron entre las estrellas.

Teresa De Santiago

June 24, 2020

Our first Christmas in Chicago with Carlos, Gus, Gerardo and Mari. We pretty much spent every Christmas together after that. You will be missed Carlos.

Teresa De Santiago

June 24, 2020

Carlos, you were there for me through it all, always there in the most important events of my life. I have so many fond memories of our childhood . Thank you for being such a good friend to Frank and a loving uncle to Damian. Thank you for being such a great cousin-brother to me. I will forever be grateful to have had you in my life. I love you.

Alexandria Cruz

June 24, 2020

Cadens first trip to Illinois when he was 6 months old. 3 generations of Carrillo men.

Alexandria Cruz

June 24, 2020

Grandpa, Alejandro and Cady! This is still my favorite picture of Caden. His first “big boy” ride.

FROM THE FAMILY

Carlos, Analynda, Alex - David & Cicely's Wedding 2018

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Brother's - Marisela & Raul's Wedding 0811

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Carlos & Chuy - Esthermarie's Wedding

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Mom & Dads 50th Wedding Anniversary

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Biography

Carlos Carrillo, age 53, Desert Storm Navy Veteran; of North Riverside, Illinois passed away on Friday, June 19, 2020. Carlos was born July 13, 1966 in Mexico City, Mexico to his parents Maria Luisa (nee De Santiago) and Gustavo Carrillo. Later, he married his loving wife Lynda (nee Lara).

Loving Father of Carlos Jr., Enrique, Lilliana, Gabriel and Alejandro. Cherished grandfather of two. Beloved brother of Gerardo, Marisela, Jose and the late Gustavo Carrillo. Dear uncle of two. Treasured nephew, cousin and a friend to all.

Carlos was a very involved father. He was an avid Chicago Cubs, Bears and Bulls fan.

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