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Published by Remembering You Always, 2018-01-12 11:15:28

Carlos Enrique Aragon Memorial

Carlos Enrique Aragon Memorial


Carlos Enrique Aragon, 78, of Colton California passed away December
26, 2017, at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, in Colton CA.

Carlos was born in Asunción Mita Jutiapa Guatemala Nov. 4th 1939.
He held a Bachelors Degree in Economics from Facultad de Ciencias
Económicas de la Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala
Carlos was married to Lucrecia Aragon (Ordoñez); they were married for 48 years.
Carlos "Paquito" Aragon was probably one of Guatemala's most valuable
player of his era! Playing professional soccer for Team Municipal,
Ron Botran and the Guatemala National Team, the toughest defender that
ever played for Guatemala.
Carlos "PAQUITO," Aragon immigrated to California in the mid 1970's,
worked in the Environmental Service Department for several Hospitals in
Southern California including (Cedars Sinai and Kaiser Permanente,) for
over 30 combined years.
Carlos enjoyed playing and watching sports. He was also actively
involved in teaching youth soccer for many years, and was a dedicated
member of 24Hr Fitness and in Fontana CA.

Carlos is survived by his wife Lucrecia Aragon, his two children, Xiomara,
Juan Carlos; His Son and Daughter In-law Tony Calderon and Lauren
Aragon; His 3 grandchildren Tony, Jessica and Sarah and grandson -
in- law Ernest; his great grandchildren Samantha, Leilah, and Jakob as well
as the rest of the family and friends. Carlos is preceded in death by his
mother Albertina Elizondo, and father Francisco Aragon.
The family of Carlos Enrique "Paquito," Aragon, wishes to thank the
Colton Funeral Home for the attention and tremendous amount of work.

May the lord be with his spirit.



Thursday, January 4, 2018
5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.



Friday, January 5, 2018
11:00 a.m.

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

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