Obituary of Francisco Pimentel Perez Jr.
AkA kiko, Kiki, Cisco, Was a son, brother, uncle, cousin, husband, an outstanding provider, a hard worker, father, grandfather and a friend to all who knew him.
Oldest son To Francisco Perez Sr. and Dolores Pimentel, he was born in Churintzio Michoacán, Mexico.
Two of his biggest milestones were when we moved into our home 12/15/2009 and got married 02/14/2010.
He enjoyed good food, loved spending time with family, and listening to Berry White. His favorite baseball team was the LA Dodgers, favorite football team was the Miami Dolphins, and he enjoyed collecting baseball cards.
His profession was a vacuum tube operator for a local produce company. When he’d come home work and he’d share how it went, he’d tell me that his feet hurt Id tell him take it easy viejito, but he’d always tell me I can’t vieja, I have to stay busy.
I’d like to mention 2 things, first one is what Andrew said that impressed me that because of his uncle he learned to become a man. Second one was what Joaquin shared: We were there for him when he needed us the most and he was going through a terrible time in his life, and how we prayed for him and is sobriety till this day 2 1/2 years later. God is good. My viejito would always ask me let’s pray for my family and we did it didn’t matter where or what time we’d hold hands and pray and mention each one by name weather we were in bed or out in about or just chilling at home. He was proud to say that he helped raise his nephews and nieces.
I prayed for his salvation for 13 years, and that he would allow me to give to the church, and his giving to the church gradually increased from 1. to 100. I wanted for him to experience the joy that comes from giving to the church. I don’t know he might have done it for me or cause he truly liked giving to the church, and every time i came home from church he always asked, how was church vieja?
Survived by wife Priscilla Chavez brother Sergio & Sister Dolores Perez brother in law James Moore. Nephews Andrew Vega, Joaquin & Joseph Perez, Enrique & Nate Larroude. Nieces Vanessa Vega, his princess Layla, & Catalina Perez-Austin. Stepdaughter Diana & Stepson Max Ochoa, 7 grandchildren 4 of which were born, raised and he provided for in our home.
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