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Dearest Armida, Cynde and family, We were very saddened to learn that your wonderful husband and Dad died. Remember, he is up in heaven still watching over your family. God Bless.

Onelio was a great friend and wonderful person.Our deepest sympathy to Armida and family.God bless you all.
Robert and Mary Ann Fernandez

Loving thoughts and prayers going out to you today. Very sad to hear of Onelio's passing. I will always remember him as a wonderful person and family man.

Armida and Family,
We were so sorry to hear of your loss. We will always have fond memories of Onelio. He was a wonderful husband, father and friend. We will keep him in our prayers.
Mildred and Frank Guida

Armi and family, We are so sorry to hear of Onelio's passing. We have great memories of our camping club and outings. We were unable to attend the mass because we are in St. Augustine for the month not too far from the campgroud we used to go to. I will go to the basilica in town tomorrow and light a candle for him..Love and prayers for all.....

It's been a while Delia, but I have always rememberd you and your brother
Onelio. Both of you are some the best that came out of Jerrerson HS. Please accept my deapest SYMPATHY for yor loss. MAY GOD BLESS

Mike A Menes JHS 1950

Thank you for all of the loving memories you gave me as a child. Padrino you will be missed by all who love you. May you rest in peace. With all my deepest sympathies at this difficult time. My love to the entire family, hope to see you all soon. Love always!

My deepest sympathy to Armi and family. May God give you the strength and peace in this time of sorrow. With all my love.

Jerry Tortorella

Thinking of all of you and remembering what a wonderful husband, daddy and grandpa he was. Your family is precious to me and am praying for you all! Love, love, love you!


Onelio's Obituaries

NOGUEZ, Onelio 80, passed away peacefully on July 4, 2013. A lifelong resident of Florida, Onelio was born on Sept. 20, 1932 in Tampa. He served in the U.S. Navy, was employed as an asbestos worker in Local 67, and was a member of St. John Vianney Parish. He is preceded in death by his parents,...

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