I met Juan many years ago when we were classmates at USF. Juan was a Bull, a USF Bull grad and supporter; but, in his real life a kind, generous and bright gentleman who loved and enjoyed his family and friends. He will be missed but not forgotten. GOD BLESS and Condolences to Yoli and their family.
As my son said "Juan was the funniest man I ever met." Juan kept his sense of humor to the end.When in the hospital he said it didn't bother me that they found a blood clot nor when they told me I had some tumors what bothered me was finding out I was 67 years old. Here was a man who could find humor when there seemed to be none. A man with a special gift who will truly be missed.
Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. We were fortunate to get to know you and Juan within the last year. One of many lasting impressions is that you truly were each others' soulmates. Juan was also so well versed in so many subjects, and had a great sense of humor. Due to other commitments, we will not be able to pay our respects in person this evening, but we wanted to let you know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
The election season of 2011 in Tampa was most invigorating and successful from my perspective. During that time I got to be acquainted with Juan while attending benefits,speeches and any get together frequented by the candidates for Tampa City Council and there were many. He was ever at his wife's side in complete support of the love of his life. He was first and foremost a dedicated family man but had impressive knowledge of the History of Tampa Bay and of course his birthplace Spain. He knew his politics too and of course we always were in agreement. My sincerest condolences to Yolie and to the entire family. Juan will be sorely missed.
May the God of all comfort be with the family during this difficult time. We all yearn for better conditions. It's refreshing to know that God's word speaks of a time when sorrow will be gone and that mankind will live in beautiful surroundings with nothing to fear. Isaiah 65: 17,21-24 is where these promises can be found. I hope they bring you comfort as they have me.
Conocí a Juan Ramón hace muchos años porque es el hijo mayor de mi querida madrina de bautismo, Ma Teresa Capín, a quien por este medio le hago llegar así como a su esposa Yoli Capín y su hija Jessica Capín, las sinceras condolencias de mi parte y de toda mi familia!!!
May the love and support of family and friends give you strength during this difficult time. God Bless
I am truly sorry for your loss. Juan was
always a good friend full of fun and humor.
Please accept my sincere condolences.
So Sorry about Juan's passing, He will be so missed. Specially his broad smile and his incredible sense of humor. My sinceresr sympathy to Jolie and family.
I'm missing Juan's big smile and great joy. I'm sorry for your loss. I know Juan deeply loved his wife Yolie, daughter Jessica and his mother. We've all lost a wonderful, fun, joyful man!
I've known Juan since Phillip Shore Elementary, George Washington Jr.High & Jefferson High Class of 1966. He was always a Class Act. He will be missed. My prayers to Yolie and the Family. Danny Perez
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
The world has lost a very good man. A good friend has lost her wonderful husband, and a great daughter has lost a great father. I'm so very sorry for your loss.
May Juan rest in the palm of God's hand.