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Carrasco, Joe Andrew
Joe Andrew Carrasco was born April 3, 1962 passed away Monday January 27th. He is survived by his parents Joe and Eva Carrasco of Whittier (formerly of Visalia California), his sisters Marina, Gerry and Lorilie, and the brothers-in-law that he loved so much, Joerg, Gary, and Joe. He leaves behind his beloved nieces and nephews, Marina, Zachary, Alexander, Miranda, Evan, Austin, Francesca and Joey.
Joe loved his family and friends. His favorite saying was "Family First" his second was "Don't get my sisters mad!". He showed his unconditional love for his family everyday. He was so well loved that he became "Nino" to many of
children born to his family and friends. He loved family gatherings, baking, golfing, Western movies and his many animals, especially his dog Chipa. He loved the Rams and the Dodgers.
We will miss his beautiful laugh and bear hugs and his famous pineapple upside-down cakes. Those of us lucky enough to know him knew that he was a very special person.
His services will be held at St. Bruno's Catholic Church 15740 Citrustree Rd. Whittier California (562) 947-5637
Rosary Thursday Evening February 6th at 7:00 pm. Funeral Mass Friday Morning February 7th at 10:00 am
Published in Whittier Daily News on Feb. 4, 2014
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"my condolences to carrasco family we went to high school with Joe! We have fond memories him!!"
- mike and carol nava
"I will always miss you & loved you dearly. may you enjoy heaven & jesus. I miss you so darn much it..."
- eloisa villa
"So sorry for your loss Eva & Mr.C. I really miss him too & will always love him. Love his girlfriend..."
- Eloisa Villa
"Grief can be so hard during the holidays, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and..."
- Gary & Lydia Broeker
"Eva,Our thoughts & Prayers are with you and the family during this time of sorrow, Joey talked so highly..."
- Mary Passafiume
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