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To my tia diana and all the family, we have a strong angel in haven and he will never be forgotten I will always keep ur memory alive in my heart always! I love you and will see ur face again one day....

Daddy I miss you so much already! I know God had bigger plans for you and now you are with my Tio Deangy. I will continue to carry on your strength to your mother and sisters, My Brother and Your Grandchildren and Lisa! You taught me always to be tough and do the right thing. It warms my heart to know how much you were loved by so many people! West Tampa will never be the same with out you! Just like I said when I spoke at your wake, you were a Legend! You were my Best Friend and the best...

I'm so sorry for your loss. Love to the family. Corando Garris

Sorry about your loss. now he with his brother. We will all miss him. your cousin Rosie

Nadie you will be missed very much, this world will never be the same without you my friend!! You were a part of my life for 14 years and always there for everyone, you were kind hearted and a rock for all of us in West Tampa "what will are we going to do without you" you are in a better place for sure !!! Say hello to my cousin Chucky and Dean love you bro .. Never say Never !!!

Will always remember that Big hug you would give!! Now Gof has Taken you to a better place, and I know you are looking down on all of us... My Thoughts and prayers to Alisha and the family..Heaven must be something with you and Dean!!! I love you and you will be missed!!! Jake e

I Will Always Remember Nadie's Smile & Sense Of Humor…
And All The Unforgettable Great Times We Had Growing Up…
My Condolences To The Alvarez Family.
You Went Way To Soon Bro…

You will always remain in our hearts. Heaven just received one new Angel.

Nadi my Best Friend and Brother, I will mis you more than words can say....You will always be in the hearts of the LIMA family. Never say Never my brother.


Narciso's Obituary

ALVAREZ V, Narciso "Nadie", 50, Heaven has opened the gates on August 21, 2012. He was a native of Tampa. He was preceded in death by brother, Dean Alvarez; grandmothers, Josephine DeLaHuerta and Elvira Alvarez; and grandfathers, Ralph DeLaHuerta and Macho Alvarez III. He is survived by...

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