Juan Bautista Pena

He was a hard-working, intelligent man and a believer in God all his life. From humble origins, he achieved success as a businessman, using his intelligence to get ahead in life. He was a good son, an exemplary father, a loving grandfather, a good brother in his congregation and a faithful friend.

We are very sad for his loss, he is survived by five children: Carmen, Ana, Juan Manuel, Jennifer and Nathalia. Four grandchildren: Johanna, Jhonnal, Ariana and Brandon. Eight Great-Grandchildren: Ashley, Jhoysha, Samantha, Jhonnal John, Kianna, Leyla, Layla, Keanu. A Great-Great-Grandson: Zayden. Four living siblings: José, Barbara, Marta and Catalina.

Forever loved, we will miss you

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