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Antonio De La Torre - Lopez

April 25, 1946 ~ September 8, 2021 (age 75)

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Antonio began his journey April 25, 1946 to parents Juan De La Torre and BelenLopez. Born in San Juan De Los Lagos, Jalisco. Antonio was a brother to German, Nicolas, Miguel, Jose, Maria, Mariana, and Delgadina.

Antonio became a husband to the love of his life Maria in January1978

Soon after marriage Luis, Victor, George, Anabell, Juan, and Lucia grew up in Los Angeles California where they settled and started their life.

Antonio had a bubbly, friendly and curious personality. In his younger years he was a big fan of the Atlanta Braves, the San Francisco 49s, and Las Chivas.

Antonio worked in different fields through-out his life, From landscaping, janitorial, construction and a supermarket stocker.

Antonio had a Heart complication that required an intense surgery. Antonio had a full recovery, and you could never tell that he had heart complications.

Antonio was a grandparent to Santiago, George, Daniel, Jasmine, Wyatt, Nadia, and Camila.

Antonio always had a positive out-look on life and always had the bible in hand. He was fearless and fought any new challenges presented to him in life.Once he got involved in church in his mature age he was devoted. He spent most of his evening readingand learning about the bible. You could always catch him Saturday mornings in church praising the Lord.

Antonio was loved by many and taken by granted by some. His members or brothers how they address themselves at church would always swing by his home to make sure he was a part of Saturday church service. Antonio would travel with the church to different states to meet and get to know new members. Let’s say that he would always make people laugh and at the same time question why they haven’t meet before.

Antonio would make conversations with anyone even if language was a barrier. Antonio had a famous line to strike up a conversation “what’s a matta with you? Yes, just how it sounds. This was his famous line and if you personally knew Antonio, you’ll forever carry that line with you. Antonio had a unique way to approach new people and was definitely worth keeping around your life.

 When Antonio would go to his doctor’s appointments and you could always hear the medical staff giggling because of Antonio’s contagious sense of humor and comical facial expressions.

Antonio was called home September 8th, 2021. The good lord saw that Antonio’s purpose in life was served. Antonio’s Guardian angels must have been distracted as Antonio left too soon. There is nothing that will ever fill the void that was left in our heart. However, you will always have a place in all of our thoughts, prayers, memories, and conversations.  We will try not to grieve over you as we know you are free. You took the lords hand gracefully when he called you home. There was a lot more memories to create with you, but the lord wanted to create them with you now. Until we meet again Don Toño, fly high. LopezLopez.

His family will receive friends at the Castillo Funeral Home 1757 Tremainville Rd. Friday from 3 – 8 PM where funeral services will be held Saturday at 10 AM followed by interment at Historic Woodlawn Cemetery.

 

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Services

Visitation
Friday
September 17, 2021

3:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Castillo Funeral Home & Cremation Services
1757 Tremainsville Ave.
Toledo, OH 43613

Funeral Service
Saturday
September 18, 2021

10:00 AM
Castillo Funeral Home & Cremation Services
1757 Tremainsville Ave.
Toledo, OH 43613

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