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William Francisco

August 16, 1975October 7, 2020

Junior passed away on October 7, 2020 at the age of 45.

He leaves to mourn his loving wife of 13 years, Mabelle Lopez Francisco; mom, Flordeliza Criste Francisco; sister Lorraine (Fernando) Solomon; brother Eduardo (Jocelyn); nieces and nephews whom he cherished, Matthew, Claudia, Caleb, Abby, Myka, Eli, KC, Caylee, Neo; sister and brother-in-law Michelle and Nelson; father-in-law, Nestor Lopez; and so many relatives whom he loved dearly and unconditionally in Canada and in the Philippines.

He was predeceased by dad, Guillermo Roxas Francisco and mother-in-law Eugenia Lopez.

Junior’s kindness, generosity and overflowing love will always be remembered by those he touched in his life. He was a great blessing to us and all who loved him because he always had so much happiness and love to give.

You have finished your race and fought the good fight. Sleep and rest my husband, my son, my brother, my uncle. When you open your eyes, you will be in God’s loving care with all you love and all who love you.

Due to COVID, a private family viewing and service will be held. Interment will take place at Thomson “In the Park” Cemetery. You may follow this link to view the livestreamed service on the Thomson “In the Park” Facebook page on Thursday, October 22, 2020 beginning at 10:00 am: https://www.facebook.com/Thomson-In-the-Park-Funeral-Home-and-Cemetery-1934981230093053/

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Gady Firmeza

October 30, 2020

I wish I was able to talk to you one more time and just tell you that you being there for me when I was younger kept me in a whole lot of trouble. You were like a big brother to be and truly appreciate you always checking in regardless of how long its been between us.

I just want you to know that I have a family of my own now have been successful in life because of you making sure that i wasn't being a dummy ( god knows how hard that was for you!)

Thank you so much for being who you are and hope that one day we see each other again.

Farrah Laberinto

October 22, 2020

Ok, can we talk about the empanadas of our childhood? Not only did he not like the raisins in them, he'd pick them out and flick them at me on the way to school. When I finally told on him and he got lectured by Lola Nena, he then proceeded to throw snowballs at me all the way to school. Even recruited Rod Dela Cruz, my other walk to school brother, to do the same. LOL Who knew he'd grow up to be such a sweet guy? Ran into him buying flowers one time. I got to talk to him twice this past summer... He was guarding and I was doing choir stuff. We laughed about things of the past and got caught up with lots of newer stories. Both times it was about an hour and ended with a bye hug. So glad I had that chance. So glad he was part of my childhood.

Iurii artcybashev

October 22, 2020

Thank you my friend for your support you did it all the time , thank you that showed me how to play in the baseball you were a great mentor! Thank you for laughing I really enjoyed joking with you! I don't have many words only sorrow that we lost great man as you!Rest in peace!

Ciara Vargas

October 22, 2020

He was the go-to person for advice, horror stories and took us under his wing when we were younger. I enjoyed all the spooky stories he told and all the horror movie recommendations. I had so many questions about his experiences that I never got the chance to ask. Thanks for being a good Kuya and a good friend, Kuya Jr!
Rest In Peace!

Brent Clowater

October 22, 2020

To Will's family and friends - I'm so sorry for your loss, my most sincere condolences.

Will, I can't believe I'm writing this. Over the last decade we've had our fair share of laughs and venting sessions here at work...however no tears until now. Rest in Peace my friend, we will reconnect on the other side.

Rholand Hernaez

October 22, 2020

Very saddened by this news bro.

Thank you so much for your guidance and support over this last year. It has meant so much to me. One day I’m hoping I can make an impact on someone as you did for me.

You will be missed.

Vince Hourie

October 22, 2020

Mabelle and Family, I am still in shock of Will's passing. He was a kind and caring man who will be deeply missed by all of us at Price. I spent many years working along side him and he was a great mentor, friend, and teacher to me as well as countless others. Rest Easy Will.

Rex Alcaraz

October 22, 2020

No words bro! I will always cherish and will never ever forget all those times we hung out. Those sleep over until Kuya Neil tells us to go to sleep. Church guarding and even Roller Blading at the function hall (Basement). Those times when we had double dates. So many memories that I will always remember!
This is not goodbye but till we see each other again.
Rest now bro! Your race is done!
Will miss and love you forever!

To Mabelle - Cindy and I will always be here for you!

Lourene Mamucud

October 21, 2020

To the Francisco Family and Ate Mabelle,

I am sure that there are no words that I can think of to ease the pain of Juniors passing but I would like to share some fond memories that I have with Junior.

Junior was the kind of person who kept it real. I remember as I was growing up he would make fun of me because I took myself too seriously most times and I always acted like the world was on my shoulders. Although my reaction most of the time was to get offended as he jokingly called me 'drama queen' he always had me laughing at by the end of it all. The thing I appreciated most was when things got really confusing growing up he would provide me with what he would do, especially when fighting with my best friend at the time. He was also very close to her. He was our kuya. I'm sorry I never got to tell him that we made up after 5 years of fighting, just like he totally predicted we would.

I also remember one summer where we both got dumped by our significant others and we would talk about how it sucks etc and then he told me he went on a trip and he met Ate Mabelle. When he got back he told me het met someone and that he's never met anyone like her. He looked like the heart eye emoji and of course I made fun of him for it.

Finally I'm sure you guys already know that there was a special place in his heart reserved for his nieces and nephews, I don't think there was ever a conversation we had where he didn't have a funny story about matt or claud or aby and caleb etc. I'm so sorry for your loss.

I will continue to pray for you guys.

God Bless.

Debbie Holowka

October 20, 2020

Words can not express the pain and sadness we feel for you Mabelle and the whole Francisco family. I can not believe Junior is gone way to young but he will never be forgotten. I know he loved and treated you all with so much respect, he truly was a gentle, fun loving man. May you rest in eternal peace. Love, Dennis & Debbie Holowka

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