Juan Carrillo, Jr.

Juan Carrillo, Jr.

May 18, 1961 - July 25, 2010

Juan Carrillo, Jr.

May 18, 1961 - July 25, 2010


Born in Jalisco, Mexico on May18, 1961
Died on July 25, 2010. He resided in Mission Viejo, CA.

Memorial Service:
Thursday, July 29, 2010

Cemetery: Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, Orange

Juan Carrillo Jr. passed away Sunday, July 25, 2010 at Mission Hospital. He was born May 18, 1961 in Jalisco, Mexico. He came to California in 1963. He was the oldest son of Juan & Aurora Carrillo.

He attended Trabuco Elementary though his junior high years and then attended and graduated from El Toro High. While in High school he met the love of his life. He knew from the beginning that she was the one and brought her home. He dedicated his life to successfully creating memories with her.

Those fortunate enough to have know Juan will attest that he was quite a unique person. He enjoyed laughter in his presence, was a perfectionist and had a very kind soul.

Juan is survived by his wife Frances Gilbert-Carrillo; sons, Johnny, Anthony, and Michael, his loving parents, bothers, sisters, many nieces & nephews.

The memorial service will be held at O’Connor Mortuary 25301 Alicia Pkwy, Laguna Hills on Thursday, July 29, 2010 from 5-9PM. Funeral service same place Friday, July 30, 2010 at 10:00AM immediately followed by the burial which will take place at Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, 7845 E. Santiago Canyon, Orange CA.

Juan will be forever loved and missed greatly. He is in God’s care.

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10 responses to Juan Carrillo, Jr.

  1. Dear Carrillo family,

    Thank you for being a good family friend. I cherish my childhood memorizes of taking the long drive to your home in the orange groves. I cherish the kindness you offered my family and my dad, Gilo.

    I remember liking to go and visit, because Juan Jr. was very cute and friendly. He was the icing on the cake.

    Forever loving you, Ramona

  2. Dear Frances and sons,
    I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved husband and father. My condolences also to the rest of the Carrillo family on the loss of your son, brother and uncle. May God give you all strength and peace during this difficult time.

  3. Juan, Aurora, and family,

    We can’t imagine what a difficult time this is, losing loved ones of a later generation, let alone a son and brother. We are grateful for the times we spent at the cow camp ranch house with him,usually all happy at a party you had thrown! We shared stories about the wonderful life growing up in the Orange Country of old, and I was reminded of the importance of raising loved ones in this environment, and the importance of an extended family, which I feel you all are to me. May God’s Blessings continue to shine on all of you, The Knobels.

  4. la sonrisa que tu rostro reflexaba no dejara de existir por que la llevamos grabada en nuestras memorias mi querida familia saben que estoy con ustedes y que deceo que jesus sane sus corazones pero tambien fuimos muy afortunados que nos dejo ser parte de su vida atravez de muchos aos fue demasiado el amor que sembro a mis tios y a fraces e hijos y a todos sus hermanos dios les de fortaleza para semejante dolor y comforte su alma recordandolo siempre en nuestros recuerdos y nuestro corazon i love you so much…..mi corazon esta con todos ustedes COMPADRE TE RECORDARE POR SIEMPRE…… FUISTE UN GRAN APOYO EN MI VIDA TE QUIERO….

  5. Sal Zavala says:

    I’m torn to find out you’ve passed, Juan. I’ve missed you all these years and will forever miss you. You were a great friend and I lost count long ago of the good times we shared. Please keep watching over all of us.



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