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JUANITO AQUINO Obituary (1927 – 2021) – Espanola, NM

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JUANITO (JOHN) AQUINO
Juanito (John) Aquino handed away on Monday, June 28, 2021, at the age of 94. John was born on Friday, May perhaps 6, 1927, to Lorenzo and Reyecita Aquino in Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan Pueblo), New Mexico. On October 28, 1950, John married Mary Ruth Jaramillo of Isleta Pueblo, New Mexico, a Registered Surgical Nurse whom he satisfied though he was a U.S. Marine.
John was the fifth of 7 kids. Nevertheless he learned to do the job challenging on the loved ones land, remaining the only son and brother, he was really spoiled.
John was raised in Ohkay Owingeh and was a younger teen when his Aunt Emilia handed absent. Via a unfortunate scenario, John’s sibling rely grew to lovingly involve her 6 kids – introducing two additional sisters and gifting him with four brothers who became a significant aspect of his everyday living.
John was an eleventh grader when the nation resolved to assist our allies and entered WWII. As most young guys all through this worrying time in the earth, he felt compelled to do what he could and enlisted in the U.S. Marines Corp.
Following the war and with the steadiness of the entire world returned, John and Ruth married then settled for a time in Ohkay Owingeh in a modest modest house he built for them. There they commenced their very big family that in time would grow to ten young children – four boys and six women.
In 1960, the family members moved to Ohio wherever John gained coaching and ability that would set him on a prolonged path as an worker of the Ford Motor Company and a UAW member. Soon after living for a quick time in Cleveland, John and Ruth moved the family to Elyria prior to finally settling in Lorain.
As the end result of a get the job done-similar injuries, John retired early and had a new house designed in Ohkay Owingeh in close proximity to their authentic marital dwelling. John and Ruth returned with the family again household to pueblo existence and to dedicating himself to his love of farming.
A key lesson John’s mother and father taught him was giving back and encouraging the neighborhood. Identifying that the best way to support his community was to get involved in programs each governmental and charitable, he immersed himself in mastering, performing, and advocating for the advancement of elder care. This led him to becoming an energetic member of AARP, Appointment to New Mexico Indian Council Agency on Growing older, a registered lobbyist for Elder Healthcare, and appointment to the Condition Plan Advisory Council.
His charitable operate came from his devotion to his Catholic beliefs and the value the church ministry has played in his lifetime. He was a founding member of the San Juan Parish St. Vincent de Paul Modern society.
More than the decades, he built quite a few good friends that had taught him lifestyle lessons which he embraced into his life’s philosophy. His a lot of good friends had been under no circumstances considerably from his views, his heart, and his prayers till the conclude.
John has now joined in demise his spouse, Mary Ruth his parents, Lorenzo and Reyecita Aquino in-laws, Juan Andres and Juana Jaramillo his son, Donald Aquino sisters, Ciprinita Chiwiwi and her spouse, Epifania Garcia and her partner, Mary Torres and her husband, Emily Montoya and her spouse, Cecilia Martinez, and Mary Isabel Cooka (sister-in-legislation) brothers, Delfinio Calvert, Felix Calvert, and Marcelino Calvert
John is survived in existence by John Edward Calvert, Andrea Yates brothers-in-regulation, Joseph Jaramillo, John (Margaret) Jaramillo sister-in-regulation, Mary Katharine (Jim) Feagin young children, Richard Aquino (Michelle Farrell), Pattie (Loaded) Martincak, Josie Aquino-Virgili, Elviria Aquino, Mary Kathryn (Luis) Barrera, Marie Pacheco, Fran (Dolores) Aquino, Melissa Aquino, Mike (Connie Romero) Aquino, and John’s several much beloved grandchildren, great-grandchildren, wonderful-fantastic-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and close friends.
The spouse and children will officially say goodbye to our father, John Aquino on Thursday, July 1, 2021, with a burial at the Santa Fe Countrywide Cemetery.
The spouse and children of Juanito (John) Aquino
has entrusted the care of their cherished just one to the
DeVargas Funeral Household & Crematory of the Espanola Valley
505-747-7477-devargasfuneral.com

Posted by Santa Fe New Mexican from Jul. 1 to Jul. 4, 2021.

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