General Information

Full Name: John Torres
Date of Death: Sunday, February 2, 2020

John Torres was one of five siblings, born on June 8, 1961, in Los Angeles, California. In his early years he lived in Miami with his siblings attending Miami Private, in Miami, Florida. After moving to Paterson, NJ and attending school there, his family then moved to Fair Lawn, NJ and attended Fair Lawn High School. During his time there, he truly enjoyed art and drawing, and created such beautiful pieces. He also adored fishing and always enjoyed his time in and near the water with friends, and mostly his family. And he loved sports too, especially basketball and ping pong. He was always up for a good competition and showed his prowess whenever he had the chance. Music was another love of his. You could always hear him singing along to gospel songs with his father, and to any and all of the oldies on the radio. He was always caring and helpful, especially, with his mother, and his father in particular, who he missed dearly after his passing this past September, 2019. He was a member at Calvary Temple International in Wayne, NJ and tried to attend as often as he could but in his last few years, and with his battle with cancer, he slowed down a bit. He did suffer for quite a few years of his life, but kept hanging on because of his strong spirit and positive outlook, all throughout life’s difficulties. In the end he passed with his family all around him, filling his room with love. He passed on Sunday, February 2, 2020, at 1:25am with his family there by his side. We will miss him dearly and now his body will eternally reside in heaven with that peaceful easy feeling that he always sang about.

Viewing and Service will be at Louis Suburban Chapel on Friday, February 7 from 4 to 7pm and he will be buried with his father, Israel R. Torres at Brigadier General William C. Doyle Memorial Cemetery, 350 Province Line Road, Wrightstown, NJ, 08562

 

 

 
 

Service Information

Friday, February 7, 2020 4:00 PM-7:00 PM

Viewing at:
Louis Suburban Chapel
13-01 Broadway, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

Juan Torres era uno de cinco hermanos. Juan nació el 8 de junio del 1961 en Los Angeles, California. En sus primeros años vivió en Miami con sus hermanos y asistió al colegio privado de Miami, en Miami, Florida. Después de mudarse a Paterson, NJ y asistir a la escuela allí, su familia se mudó a Fair Lawn, NJ y asistió al colegio de Fair Lawn. Realmente disfrutaba del arte y el dibujo, y creó piezas tan hermosas durante su tiempo allí.También adoraba la pesca y siempre disfrutaba de su tiempo en el agua y cerca de ella con amigos y principalmente con su familia. Y también amaba los deportes, especialmente el baloncesto y el ping pong. Siempre estaba preparado para una buena competencia y mostraba su destreza cada vez que tenía la oportunidad. La música era otro amor suyo. Siempre podías escucharlo cantar canciones de gospel con su padre y también cantar canciones de su juventud que le gustaba escuchar en la radio. Siempre fue atento y servicial, especialmente con su madre, y su padre en particular, a quien extrañaba mucho después de su fallecimiento el pasado, recientemente, en septiembre del 2019. Fue miembro de Calvary Temple International en Wayne, New Jersey e intentó asistir tan a menudo como pudo, pero en sus últimos años, y con su batalla contra el cáncer, disminuyó un poco. Sufrió durante algunos años de su vida, pero siguió aguantando debido a su fuerte espíritu y su actitud positiva, durante todas las dificultades de la vida. Al final, pasó con su familia a su alrededor, llenando su habitación de amor. Falleció el domingo, 2 de febrero del 2020, a la 1:25 de la mañana con su familia allí con él. Lo extrañaremos muchísimo, pero ahora su cuerpo residirá eternamente en el cielo con ese sentimiento tranquilo y fácil de cual siempre cantó.

La visita y el servicio se realizarán en Louis Suburban Chapel, el viernes 7 de febrero, de 4 a 7 de la noche y será enterrado con su padre, Israel R. Torres, en el Cementerio Brigadier General William C. Doyle, 350 Province Line Road, Wrightstown, NJ, 08562

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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