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A LA DOUCE MÉMOIRE DE Carlos Rios

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Carlos 

Rios Jr. peacefully on Nov. 17, 2023.

He was born in the Philippines on April 12, 1944. Survived by his wife Patricia and 2 sons Carlos III (Tom) and Joseph. 

He worked in various roles managing gas stations in Ottawa to working and retiring at Canada Post .

Predeceased by his parents Carlos Sr. and Angeles Pascual Rios, brother Bobby and sister Pamela Nolasco.  Survived by 3 sisters and 2 brothers.

He was a pillar of strength and resilience. He showed kindness and love to all those he met.

He will be missed deeply by his many friends and family. 

Visitation is 9:00 to 11:00 on Nov 28, 2023 at Heritage Funeral Complex located at 1250 trim Road in Orleans . Mass at 11:30 at Divine Parish Church. Internment at St Joseph Cemetery at 2757 St Joseph Boulevard.

In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the Ottawa Food Bank in his memory:

https://donate.ottawafoodbank.ca/ui/givingtuesday2023/donations/start?it=1&amt=80

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Condoléances

Uncle Junior, you were always a kind and gentle presence at all our family gatherings. May your family and friends relish all the fond memories of better times. We will all miss you. We all love you.
The Layug Family

I was the ring bearer in Carlos’s (Kuya Jun) and Ate Tessie’s wedding in the Philippines. That bond between our two families became even deeper when Carlos III (Tom) and Monica got married because my son Brandon was the ring bearer in their wedding. We love you Kuya Jun and we will miss you dearly. Please say hi to my mom and dad and all our relatives up there. Until we see each other again…

May the Lord & His Divine Angels shower you with Their Love on your next soul journey, Kuya Jun. I am grateful that I got to see you in downtown Ottawa in August of this year and spend happy moments with Ate Tessie, Joe & Ate Baby. Your family is one of the luckiest families in the world as they were blessed by your kindness, warmheartedness, generosity, patience and love. We will miss you. On behalf of my mom, Nicolasita, my sister, Florence & my brothers, Julio and Martin, I wish you an amazing new soul destination & your family a blessed, loving and peaceful days ahead. With much Love & Prayers… Martina in Vancouver

kuya Jun

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