Jorge L. Vila
September 8, 1977 – July 4, 2018
Jorge L. Vila was born on September 8, 1977 and passed away on July 4, 2018
- Visitation Wednesday, July 11, 2018
- Funeral Service Thursday, July 12, 2018
- Graveside Service Thursday, July 12, 2018
Jorge L. Vila
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October 11, 2018
Papo you was the first person I meet when I move to union city. U always show me love. we had up and down on the block miss those ruffkutz day. I always laugh when I remember our channel 7 interview when you say "I got the leaf on my helmet " you would never be forgotten ur are a legend in these street and was my pleasure to be your boy until we meet again. Ur boy Buff
July 14, 2018
It hurts to realize your physically not here, but I know in my heart you will never leave us..I just want to say Thank You🙏 Thank you for the smiles and laughs, thank you for the crazy times, thank you for sharing your family with me, thank you for your friendship and most of all Thank You for your unconditional Love🖤 I will miss your beautiful smile, hearty laughs and even the tears..you have been a tremendous blessing in my life and i will always be greatful that GOD allowed me to grow with you. You taught me how to be a Queen, and i am forever indebted. I Promise to return the blessings and shower your beautiful children and grandchild with the same uncondional love and guidance i was so blessed to know...This Family will be beautiful and strong and were going to do it together!! Just like you would have wanted...Fly high king, and watch over us all! Its never goodbye...just see ya later!! My best friend..I LOVE YOU👑🕊
Sebastian (Big Lou) Acevedo
July 11, 2018
When things got real u gave me comfort knowing u had my back, when most folded or showed fear u was right there never wavering. A true warrior, willing to do anything for the ones u loved, I thank the Almighty that allowed us to cross paths in life..
Here's a story that we often laughed about. 2005, we we're bunkies at Bayside, I was on the top bunk watching tv n u got up from the bottom to use the bathroom n noticed that I looked sad, classy eyed, out of concern u asked if I received bad new from home. I said I was fine, but u knew something was wrong, u put ur arm on my shoulder n said whatever it is I'm here for u. Then u looked at the TV n saw what was on("The Color Purple"), u smile and ran to the door, open the hatch n screamed on the tier " Big Lou is in here crying to "The Color Purple". We laughed so hard, I'll never forget the many great times we had. U showed me what true brotherhood is n left me prepared to shed light to those that came n r to come after us. Rest in paradise my brother, until we meet again.
July 10, 2018
My heart is broken Papo. You were as tough as they come but to the ones you trusted, you were like a hero, wanting to always protect the ones you cared for. You were so kind and loving. Papo you had a heart of gold. I knew you as a genuine, loving, funny, generous family man who only wanted the best for his family. I remember all our heartfelt talks and how you expressed your love and concern about your family! You did your best for them. You were a good person Papo. I’m going to miss you trying to prank me each time you got a new phone number or when you just felt like showing up at my door on random to say what’s up or to talk! Thanks for the awesome memories. SIP my gentle giant! I will never forget you!!
Carlos Moose Solorzano
July 9, 2018
Papo, I remember you’d call me at all hours of the day when you needed to talk about something or for a good laugh. The friendship bond you and I had was more like brothers. We spoke about everything and anything. I would always go looking for you to hang out or go grab something to eat. You would tell me about your daughters. One day you asked me to watch over them, i said i would and i will forever keep my word. Papo you had a heart of gold and a great family man. Miss you my brother. I promise to make sure your daughter and your grandson know about you and how great you were.
July 9, 2018
Condolences to my sister who loved him dearly and will keep his memory alive thru his son, and to his family who also loved him. Nothing can prepare one for an unforeseen occurrence, in times of distress and pain is when friends and family should support one another. The Bible states in Proverb 17:17 A true companion is loving all the time, and is a brother that is born for when there is distress.
Relying on Jehovah God assures us in Psalms 34:18 Jehovah is near to those that are at broken heart, and those crushed in spirit he saves. Psalms 55:22 states Throw your burden upon Jehovah himself and he himself will sustain you. God will comfort you in these hard times and will help you with his active force and can equip you with power beyond what is normal. He will never abandon you in your time of need. Jehovah promises in in Isaiah 26:19 that the dead will live again and be brought back to life. That is the hope for the resurrection, for all those in his memory who have died.
May you all gain strength from one another and trust in Jehovah God to see you thru. May peace and love fill your hearts.