Special thanks to Aarons Mortuary for all they're help to take care of my husband and us during this hard time.
My love Albert aka (Spanky) is gone, my heart is hurting. I loved him so much. He passed away on Sat. Nov. 16, 2019 of congestive heart failure and other complications.
He was a twin born on April 26, 1959 in Santa Barbara, Ca to Carmen Solorzano and Peter Cruz Loya. He was raised by his foster parents Richard Kirby and Harriett Kirby which have all pasted away as well as his twin brother Raymond.
He passed peacefully in his sleep. He had been sick for at least 4-5 yrs with his congestive heart failure, and other complications, and did not heed alot of what his doctors would suggest. At a certain point if you know your dying you may want to live life as you please before your gone. At the end he was saved, and was ok with his inevitable condition and consequences of his chosen life style.
He loved his music, especially Elvis and Oldies, good times, and his friends. He loved his family, he loved me, and he knew I loved him. He tryed very hard to expess that to me these last few months.
We were together 42 yrs. We had 3 kids, Carlos, Raymond, and Roxanne.
18 grandkids, Tangeray, Ra'Gene, and Capria.
Promise, Cherish, Raymond III, Faith, Harmony, Charity, Gabriel, Grace and Michelle.
Sabrina, Ariana, Precious, Giana, Anika, and Ruben Jr.
And 1 great grandchild Mia.
He has his Brother Peter and sister Mary in California, his sister Alicia in Georgia, His Sister Juanita In Texas, and his Brother Bernie in Utah. Also many nieces (Sheena, Tina) and nephews (Mikie, Andy, baby Carlos) He help raise alot of our kids friends, since they all spent so much time at our house, and to this day these young men and women looked up to him and cared deeply for him (Ryan, Ronnie, Brandon) and so many others. He loved partying with his friends and good times. My husband was a good man, always provided for his family, and he will be missed by everyone especially me.
Donation for the family accepted at Aaron's and a go fund me page on Face Book or directly to his wife Valjean.
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