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August 3, 1963 – May 12, 2019
Kaysville- Juan Ernesto “Johnny” Garcia our beloved father, brother, uncle and friend. He passed away early Sunday morning to go and spend a long overdue Mother’s Day once again with his mother. Johnny was 55 and full of love, laughter and joking right up to the end.
Johnny was born on August 3, 1963 in Raymondville, Texas to Maria Angelita Cervantes and Anacleto Garcia. She later married Ramiro Suarez and together they raised Johnny to be the great man he had become.
Johnny was a man that loved to joke around and pick on those around him. He found great humor in just having fun. He was known well by many for all of his great cooking and the joy that he got out of serving that meal was priceless, to not only your stomach, but the look on his face as he watched many throughout the years devour his food. There was not one thing that was always requested when he cooked, because everyone had a different favorite. But when we heard salsa and chips were being made everyone put in an order. Johnny was a man of service and love. Everyone was family to this wonderful man and he cherished each and every one that entered into his life.
Johnny loved to watch his sports, travel to the mountains and the oceans. He was always up for a new adventure. It did not matter how he was feeling or how difficult it had become for his body to fulfill someone’s needs; he would grin and do it because someone he loved needed something and he was going to make sure that it happened. We have not lost Johnny, we have gained another amazing angel that will be with each and everyone of us, pulling his jokes when we least expect it for that laugh and holding us close through all of our tears.
He was preceded in death by his mother Maria Angelita Suarez, and his grandparents.
He is survived by his children Carla (Vincent) Reyes, Joshua (Alisa) Ramos; his grandchildren: Daniel Tiznado, Carly Gonzales, Ciara Gonzales, Jaden Ramos, Vincent Reyes, Isabella Reyes and Gabriela Reyes; his father, Ramiro Suarez; siblings: Raul E. Rios Sr., Ricardo Garcia, Remigia Hernandez, Mary Monaco, Diana Salinas, Sandra Salinas, and Norma Garcia. As well as many of the others in Johnny’s life that he considered “All My Family”.