Jose Roberto Acevedo, born January 17, 1960 to Roberto & Maria Teresa Acevedo, departed into heaven on October 3rd, 2017. He is survived by his devoted wife of 7 years, Diana Acevedo, their children Adam, Gabriela, Benjamin, Jessica, Vanessa, his sister Brenda Acevedo-Bartels and her husband Steve Bartels, nephew David Bartels, niece Elizabeth Bartels, and extended loving family and dear friends. Jose entered into eternal peace and joy, and is now rejoicing in glory alongside his heavenly Father and Savior Jesus Christ. Even though he went through a difficult season in his life, he always lived with a joyful and courageous heart. For Jose, every day was a great day. His strong faith was the source of his strength.

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  1. Jose was one of the fairest most gentle considerate persons I have ever had the pleasure to meet. He will be greatly missed. I have the absolute faith and belief that he is above now watching over us all just as he did here on Earth, he will now with the angels.

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of his family and friends. May you always remember the great and happy memories and moments Jose provided for you and everyone.

    Amigos forever,

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. Even though this is a difficult time for your family, it is comforting to know that God made hope for the dead possible by sending his son to die for us. That hope is expressed by Jesus in John 5: 28, 29, “Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out…”

  3. I would like to thank all of our dear friends and family for their love and support. Thank you each one of you for being a part of Jose’s journey. I personally thank all of your kind words of my beloved husband, Mr. Hite thank you for being a good friend to Jose, he spoke highly of you always. To my very dear friends Hal, Barbara, Mike, Kim, Rie Rie that spent time with Jose during his last weeks of life with such care. My mother Angelita that spend countless of hours caring for my husband as if he was her own son, I could not have done it with out her loving support. My beloved sister in law Brenda who spent some nights with her brother during his last days so I could tend to my beautiful daughter in the hospital while Jose was sleeping.

    My dear sweetheart Jose, what joy and Blessing you truly were to my life, you were God’s gift to me. Thank you for making me so happy and for sharing your best year’s with me. Pronto contigo estare.

    Mrs. Diana T. Acevedo

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