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Surprise Funeral Care

16063 W. Bell Rd, Surprise, AZ

OBITUARY

John Desiderio Trujillo Jr.

August 7, 1976June 25, 2020
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John was born on August 7th, 1976 in La Jara, Colorado. John loved being surrounded by his friends and family members. One of his greatest loves was the companionship of his 5 fur babies, Mary, Gismo, Julie, Luna and Cari.

John loved to travel to Mexico and Florida. One of his biggest desires was to gather all his family members and travel to another county to celebrate his birthday. His greatest accomplishments were receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, purchasing his home in Arizona City in 2019 and when he grew his hair long, cut it and donated it to benefit cancer patients.

John is survived by his mother Peggy Schwarz (Riley Schwarz), father John Trujillo (Maria Trujillo), sisters Tori Bias (Mike Bias), Kassie Devoll (Shane Devoll), brothers Cody Schwarz, Collin Schwarz (Emily Schwarz) and Mario Montano, niece Kara, nephews Waytt, Hayden, Brandon, Chase, Cooper and Max.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020

  • Funeral Celebration

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Memories

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Kassie Devoll

July 6, 2020

Only you will remember this picture. The best memory I have with you is our night at Pleasure Island in Downtown Disney Orlando Florida. We danced the night away, laughed, told jokes and even poked the bear. We shared lots of stories and made lots of memories that night. We love you Uncle Johnny.

Angela Sturgill

July 3, 2020

Good Morning my friend. I am still trying to wrap my head around that you are gone. I miss our daily chats at work and your crazy sense of humor. For months we would make our morning coffee talk, vent and sometimes cry. I know we talked about Jehovah all the time and our last text messages back and forth was about the end times and how we needed to get ready. I feel you are gone too soon, but Jehovah knows what He is doing. Just know every morning I make my first cup of coffee you are in my thoughts. Until we meet again. I know you are resting and I am grateful you are no longer in pain.

Priscilla Garcia

July 3, 2020

I will always remember John’s beautiful smile and the time we spend together staying up late and talking for hour’s I thank God for bringing him into my life we both always made each other feel good and positive . God needed another angel and he choose you I will forever carry your memory in my heart love you until we meet again Aunt Priscilla 🌹❤️

Jenn Bias

July 1, 2020

John was a great man. When I first met him it was at Trail Dust steak house in 2005.I remember how even though it was the first time we had met he acted like we had been friends for years. He laughed at all my cheesy jokes and welcomed me into there family. From then on every time I would see him we would laugh and joke and Tell stories. I loved how much you could feel the love he had for Tori and especially for Wyatt and Kara. When we had our kids He treated my boys as his own nephews.He would take the time to make them feel special. He would come to there birthday party’s and we would see him at Christmas. We are so happy and blessed to of known John I am happy to know you are not in pain anymore and can use your whole heart to look out for us because that is what you did. Please always know you are someone so special to a lot of people. Love you

Amber Trujillo

July 1, 2020

Johnny
We have so many memories together. I can't choose just one. You always made me laugh, helped me see the bright side of things and taught me if your dreams don't scare you a little they're not big enough.
I love you very much and I want to say thank you for your friendship.
You'll always be missed

Efrin Cardenas

June 30, 2020

John, to say you are going to be greatly missed is an absolute understatement brother and you will forever be engraved in my heart. I will miss everything about you, your sarcasm, your laugh, your stubbornness, your incredible heart! I keep waiting for you to message me in the work chat and it breaks my heart to know I won’t be getting another message from you... but hears a message from me to you: You were loved by so many, and as hard as you were on yourself, I wish you could’ve seen what I saw, an amazing, strong, beautiful, resilient human. You were definitely more bad**s than you gave yourself credit for. Love you brother and please rest peacefully ❤️ -Efrin

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Biography

John was born on August 7th, 1976 in La Jara, Colorado. John loved being surrounded by his friends and family members. One of his greatest loves was the companionship of his 5 fur babies, Mary, Gismo, Julie, Luna and Cari.

John loved to travel to Mexico and Florida. One of his biggest desires was to gather all his family members and travel to another county to celebrate his birthday. His greatest accomplishments were receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, purchasing his home in Arizona City in 2019 and when he grew his hair long, cut it and donated it to benefit cancer patients.

John is survived by his mother Peggy Schwarz (Riley Schwarz), father John Trujillo (Maria Trujillo), sisters Tori Bias (Mike Bias), Kassie Devoll (Shane Devoll), brothers Cody Schwarz, Collin Schwarz (Emily Schwarz) and Mario Montano, niece Kara, nephews Waytt, Hayden, Brandon, Chase, Cooper and Max.