Carlos Timothy Chavez
Carlos Timothy Chavez "CAR" went to be with the Lord on December 16, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona. He was born in Phoenix, Arizona to Andy & Isabel Chavez on November 15, 1983. He was the 6th of 8 children. Carlos is survived by his father: Andy Chavez Sr. His 5 brothers & 2 sisters: Andy Chavez Jr, Mark Chavez Sr, Vivian Chavez, Christopher Chavez, Nicholas Chavez Sr, Michael Chavez, & Priscilla Chavez Espinoza. Carlos did not have any children however, he was blessed with 10 nephews, 5 nieces & 4 great nieces whom he loved with his whole heart. He was also deeply loved by his aunts, uncles, cousins & friends. Proceeded in death by his mother, Isabel G. Chavez & nephew Mark Chavez Jr. Carlos was a loving son, brother, uncle, nephew & friend who loved God & loved his family. Carlos enjoyed watching movies, listening to music, hanging out with his family & friends, & watching his favorite football team, the Arizona Cardinals. He was full of life, love, laughter, & jokes. Always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone who was in need. Our brother will be truly missed. We pray that when we start to miss him we will remember all of the good times & memories that we shared with Carlos. That his legacy will live on through his family & friends who loved & cared for him. Service will be held at Vineyard Church Saturday January 11, 2020. 9:00 am-12:00 pm. Scripture: John 11:25-26 "I am the Resurrection and the Life," said Jesus; "he who believes in me, even if he has died, he shall live; and everyone who is living and is a believer in me shall never, never die."
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Crystal Aurora Chavez
Jan 26, 2020
My Dear Sweet tio it’s me Your niece crystal just letting you know I miss you everyday I’m thankful for the time I had with u , you will never be forgotten your forever in my heart and with me as my protector like you always were! You were always there for me tio you never left me and I’ll never leave you or forget you! Thank you for always being there tio you mean more then you know to me!! I love you and miss you but if I were where u are tio I wouldn’t want to be here either until we meet again my protector 💙💙🙏
Eric Cruz aka Chief
Jan 25, 2020
What isn't there too say about my cuz my bro Los we had great times alot which I cant say haha I miss him dearly we had some great times weather we just be chilling or going out Los truly had a heart of gold if he loved u he loved u and would tell u no matter what if u were right or wrong he was just always there for u when u needed him I miss our arguments wether it be about Kobe and Jordan or just a random argument I miss us laughing together just chilling watching TV me picking him up for work or say let's go boi is coming into town and we go chill with boi and Chino I miss our cowboys and Cardinals arguments no matter where u were I was there with u I love u cuz my heart hurts but I no f...or a fact that u r reigning with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and I no u r expecting us too meet u there I LOVE U MY CUZ MY BRO UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN U REMAIN IN MY HEART AND MEMORY!!!!!!
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Jan 25, 2020
Way way back in the day when my uncle carlos use to live with us, everyday id walk in after school and i would always see him on the couch watching big mommas house..!!! His favorite movie.
Priscilla Espinoza
Jan 16, 2020
Hi Brother, it’s me your little sister. I just wanted to say that I love you & I miss you terribly. Never in my wildest dreams did I ever imagine our family tree of 10 will now be a family of 8. Our family will never be the same again without you & our beautiful mother. We are so broken! It’s not fair what happened to you. You didn’t deserve that. I’m so angry brother & I’m so sorry. I’ll never forget you as long as I live. Love always, your little sister!
Christine Escobedo & Elizabeth Escobedo
Jan 13, 2020
We would like to send our deepest condolence to the family. Carlos was a good man taking to soon. I will always remember the good times we had growing up in the neighborhood. Until we meet again.