Alfred (Felo) Villaloboz
1934 - 2020
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Alfred (Felo) Villaloboz 06/11/1934 - 12/25/2020 Alfred (Felo) Villaloboz was born June 11, 1934, Los Angeles CA, the last child of 11 to be born to Franciso and Lorenza Villaloboz, and the last sibling to pass away, Dec. 25, 2020. Felo lived all his life in San Pedro, CA, attending schools Barton Hill, Dana Jr High, and graduated from San Pedro High School the winter of 1953. He then served in the Army from 1954 to 1956. On June 16, 1956 he married his sweetheart Betty Montoya, his wife of 64 years. Born to this union were 3 children, Lori, Ernie, Rene (Ernesto). Felo is also survived by 5 grandchildren, Andrea (Brian), Salena, Ernesto (Jr.), Jackie, and Demi; 3 great grandchildren: Briana, Brian Jr., and Nathan. He retired from AlliedSignal (Garrett) in Torrance CA, in 1991. Felo was very active in the community as a member of the San Pedro Elks Club and San Pedro High School Booster Club, and as a Barton Hill Cougar. He loved going fishing with family and friends; going to see San Pedro football, baseball, softball games; loved his Dodgers, UCLA Bruins, and Rams. He also traveled all 50 states, Canada, Europe, and Mexico with family and friends. His highlight is going to Holland to see his brother Fabian, who died during WWII, and is buried at the US Military Cemetery. We lost a special person who everyone loved. A Funeral Mass will be on Jan 5, 2021 at Mary Star of the Sea Church at 10 am, with a Viewing before at 9:15, and burial to follow at Green Hills Memorial Park. Please sign the guestbook at mcnerneysmortuary.com.


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Published in Palos Verdes Peninsula News on Jan. 2, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
JAN
5
Viewing
09:15 AM
Mary Star of the Sea Church
JAN
5
Funeral Mass
10:00 AM
Mary Star of the Sea Church
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January 4, 2021
A great man that had my respect
Tracy Martin
Coworker
January 4, 2021
What a laugh! I loved his laugh. Felo will truly be missed by so many. He was kind, gentle, funny and always seemed to be smiling. I know both my parents loved him dearly. My Mother was so proud to call him Cousin and has countless wonderful stories of growing up together. Dad loved hanging out with him, especially during their many fishing outings. There was never a negative word spoken about Felo. My condolences to his beautiful family. Hugs to all.
Anita Nuno Pettit
Family
January 2, 2021
With much love and respect we send our condolences.... Galaz family....
Donald Galaz
Family
January 2, 2021
Rip Felo.
Manuel Luna
Neighbor
January 2, 2021
Uncle Felo you were one of a kind
The best uncle a Neice could have always so full of love and kindness amazing person inside and out , you are gonna be missed tremendously uncle I will always carry you in my ❤
Rest Easy in heaven ✝
Love you ♥
My condolences to my Villaloboz family may god wrap his comforting arms around every single one of you and give you peace and strength through this time and beyond.
Love you all so very much my family ❤#VillalobozStrong
Rebecca Lopez
Family
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