On September 4, 2016, Heaven gained an angel, Agapito A. Hernandez, born to Eulogio and Inocencia Hernandez. He is survived by his daughters, Alicia and Amy; five grandchildren, Adrian, Abel, Ranell, Tiara and Mia; two great grandchildren, Ziar and Jeremiah; his best buddy Max, who stayed by his side to the very end. Agapito is also survived by six brothers, Peto, Sirilo, Milton, Leon, Kay and Phillip and two sisters, Pam and Gina. He was a loving father, grandfather, brother and friend. Agapito was a Vietnam veteran who served in the US Army and received a Purple Heart Medal. He was a kindhearted, giving and loving man that helped any and everyone, no matter what the situation. If he had it, and you needed it, he gave it. He loved to BBQ for his family and friends, fishing with his brothers and nephews, and most of all he loved his family.

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  1. Hotdog,

    Time is standing still right now as our Lord welcomes you into eternal rest. You will always be a truly cherished part of my life. You are an amazing caring dedicated funny hardworking kindhearted man. Godspeed healing to your family now and forever forward as they will miss you more than words will ever be able to speak.

    Rejoice in the heavens as you become an Angel of Mercy to watch over those of us who remain.


  2. Our sincere condolences to the Hernandez Family on the loss of our brother Agapito. May the family be blessed by our Lord God in Heaven and find strength and comfort in your time of need. With our prayers, from the Leon Aleman Family.

  3. Please accept my sincerest and deepest condolences for the loss of Agapito. May peace and comfort be with the Hernandez family during this difficult time of your lives. Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember our dearly departed and may his soul be at peace with our Heavenly Father.

  4. My condolences to the family. My hope is that you feel comfort reading Isaiah 33:24 where it states that no one under God’s kingdom or government, which we ask for in our prayers, will ever say they’re ill.

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