Jaime Sanchez Villavicencio

Although Jaime Sanchez passed away peacefully on June 17th. His soul will continue to live through his loving family and friends. He’s was an loving, caring and hard-working man who, throughout his lifetime has always helped those in need.

Never saying no and always looking on the bright side of life. He was born on May 2nd 1961 to his father Alfredo Sanchez and mother Margarita Villavicencio

Coming from a large family of 9. He enjoyed cooking, carpentry, watching soccer games as well as football games with his son. He enjoyed playing board games with his grandkids and Sunday morning brunch with his family. Everyone who knew him will tell you he was a kind and helping person a friend you could always count on. Besides his loving wife Rocio, he was a father to 4, a father in-law to 2 and a grandfather to 6. He will be truly missed by all.

Jaime’s funeral arrangements are in the caring guidance of Winter Oak Funeral Home and Cremations, 1132 E. Plant St. Winter Garden, FL 34787

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