Throughout his passing, he was accompanied by his loving family, Wife, Angelina Sanchez, his children, Julissa, Julian, Rocio and Alex to say our final goodbyes.
Unfortunately Julian was diagnosed with a blood disorder in 2010. Ever since, he has been fighting it , in and out of hospitals, and on medication. This ultimately led him to suffering another stroke this year, that he was unable to recover from. He was only 46 at the time of passing.
Julian will be deeply missed. He was a kind, loving, and very hard working man.
He was the life of any gathering. He would love to hide our phones while he would watch us frantically look for them, loved putting a smile on his wife's face assuring her everything would be okay. He will be remembered for his silliness in trying to make people laugh and enjoy themselves. He enjoyed singing, dancing, laughing, helping friends and family in any way possible, THAT was his thing. He deeply loved spending time with his grandchildren (Leyanna and Santiago). They brought him joy every time they were around. Julian was most of all a cowboy at heart. He loved to ride horses, dress like a cowboy, roping, attending rodeos, and spending time with friends watching his favorite soccer team El America. He will be without a doubt remembered dearly.
His family welcomes any and all who would like to attend his services and share fond memories and stories of his life.
Visitation will be held at Sax-Tiedemann Funeral Home on Thursday February 16th, 2023 from 3-9 PM. With a service starting at 7PM