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March 28, 2020

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March 28, 2020
May our hearts be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together. We will continue to celebrate his life well lived. May God bless you and your family always, and give you solace during this difficult time. Uncle Carlos we will forever cherish the great memories we all shared with you, and will be missing you dearly. Until we meet again, Rest In Peace. Love you always ❤
March 28, 2020
we love and miss you Dad...
March 28, 2020
Welcome home our Dear Brother, you will be missed tremendously. You are in a better place, thank you Jesus. As always, you had a kind word to say...and always reminded me of my own dad whose name was also Carlos. Who always taught us, "If you dont have anything good to say, you don't say anything at all." I thought of him always when I spent time with you.
What fond memories I will cherish in my heart forever. You've touched so many and loved by all.
March 28, 2020
Longoria family,
I knew Carlos from the time we were both at Riley Elementary School, and kept in touch during the time we were in the military and thereafter. I lost contact with Carlos when he developed some health issues, but I never forgot my dear friend. He will always be considered a hero for serving our country when fighting for freedom was essential. Thank you Sir for your bravery, courage, and sacrifice.
Andy Callas (ret)
East Chicago Police Department
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