My son

Link to memorial page for Juan Jose: https://juanjosemunoztodd.wordpress.com/

Copy of Juan 1st birthday 003

Juan Jose Munoz Todd

 

Born: 06 Aug 1984     –     Died: 12 Apr 2015

Juan Jose Munoz, age 30

born: 06 August 1984, in Lansing, Michigan

died: 12 April 2015, in Pueblo, Colorado, at Colorado State University

father: Jose Antonio Munoz

mother: Lorraine Omega Todd


I wanted to provide a web site for Juan Jose’s life story so I created his own page that you can access with the link below.

He has a page with all his info, bio, travels, photos, school… etc.

https://juanjosemunoztodd.wordpress.com/

By Jose A Munoz

Retired General Motors designer who now works on subjects dealing with genealogy. I create trees using items I find in old Google News Archive newspapers and I contact other tree owners notifying them about the news item concerning their relative and send them a link to the tree I created. I post a screen print of the news item on the tree for others to copy, so that my work will benefit others. Occasionally, I will post about the tree I created or the item that I found, always with a "how to" in-bedded in the post. I want my blog posts to help others with their family trees or with their genealogy experiences.

18 comments

  1. I’m so sorry to learn of the passing of your son. Though I did not know him, it seems he overcame many obstacles in his life. Life can be such a struggle for all of us at times. I hope that you can dwell on the many pleasant memories you have of your son. Peace to you and your family.
    – Kathy – one of your many blog readers 😉

  2. I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your son. Losing a child is a loss that is devastating. My husband lost a son at age 26 and it is one of the most difficult things a person can ever endure. I have so much respect for all the work your son put into his goals. I didn’t know him, but he was a remarkable young man to have accomplished all he was able to. Sending wishes for peace and comfort to you and his family.
    Linda

  3. Jose I was so sorry to see this about your son. How very difficult it must be. I thank you for your information on my family and you and yours are in my prayers

  4. Thanks to your recent inputs via Ancestry, I just found your great website here in my family history session tonight. Just now learning about your loss. You have my most sincere and profound condolences. I just messaged you a few minutes ago via Ancestry, mentioning the two things we already have in common (Michigan and interest in researching family history). I’m so very sorry to learn now that we have a third thing in common as well. We belong to an exclusive club, the lifetime-membership of which is something NO ONE ever wants, and the dues are far too heavy to pay: we are parents who have buried our own beloved children. For me it was my first-born child, my daughter Tamara Rene Whitmore, 10 May 1982-10 May 1994. It’s true what they tell us when things like this happen: “it gets easier”. But there will always be that missing piece of ourselves that they took with them, that we’ll never get back again until we live out our full lives and finish our good work here on earth. Keep on keepin’ on, my friend.

  5. I am so very sorry for your loss. Losing a child is never easy for a parent. And yes, we much finish out the good work here on earth and meet again in Heaven!

    1. Thank you Carla for your kind words and for stopping by my blog and also for taking the time to post a comment.
      Take Care
      Jose from Clarkston, Michigan

  6. Thank you for sharing the story of your son. I’m sure you miss him every day. We know so little about mental illness and sadly, all the love in the world is sometimes not enough to combat the internal struggles that your son faced.

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