Albino

April 5, 1962 ~ March 1, 2021

Born in: San Luis R.C. Sonora, Mexico
Resided in: San Pedro, California

In Loving Memory of Albino Emilio Burgos Jr.

Albino Burgos, passed away on March 1, 2021 at 58 years old in San Pedro, California.

He was the sixth of seven children. Albino was born on April 5, 1962 in San Luis R.C. Sonora Mexico. He was preceded in the death of his father Albino Burgos,his mother Paula C. Burgos and his brother Luis Agustin Burgos. Albino grew up in Somerton, Arizona and went to Kofa High School in Yuma, Arizona.

He bought his first house and land at the age of 18, was a very driven man and continued to be successful in life. A hardworking man and a constant worker in agriculture, started from being a simple field worker to a Supervisor of various companies of agriculture, due to his hard work, sacrifice, dedication and love of his work. Years later the company of Taylor Farms sent him to oversee the fields in Mexico for more than five years. He enjoyed the nature and its fruits. Albino was known as Timbuki to his friends.

Albino is survived by three children Juan Jose Burgos, Frank Burgos and Jesycka Silvia Burgos; five grandkids Elysia Aviana Burgos, Zenaida Marie Burgos, Gabriela Lisset Burgos, Juan Jose Emiliano Burgos, and Paula Melissa Burgos; his four sisters Concepcion Burgos, Maria Marshall, Lupe Alcaraz, Reyna Meyer; his brother Jose Fernando Burgos, brothers-in-laws; sister-in-law and many nieces and nephews.

He will be missed by all who knew him.

Private Memorial Services will be held at Palm Court Lawn at Pacific Crest on Saturday March 27, 2021 at 3:00pm – 5:00pm, 2701 182nd Street, Redondo, Beach, CA 90278

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his honor to  liverfoundation.org or give.americanforests.org.

Confirmations/notifications could be sent to this email: albinoburgos231@gmail.com.

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  1. candle 8I lived with my friend Albino for 8 years and we leave early every day and go to the fields. We work late then stop for a beer or two then go home late but start again wary next day. He was my best friend and always protected me. Nobody harm me when Albino was with me. He was feared but respected by everyone. We were very much alike in many ways. We both work hard but enjoy life to its fullest. I have so many great memories and want to remember him as I knew him. He would have given his life for me and same for him. I will see him on the other side. Rest In Peace my friend.

    • candle 7Thank You Glen for you kind words. I’m Juan, Albino’s son. I’m sure you remember me. I miss the old man every damn day.

  2. candle 4I have tons of great memories with Albino. He was a great man with the biggest heart. He would take his shirt off for you without any hesitation.. He gave me one of the biggest opportunities in my life. I am forever grateful for his friendship and will miss him dearly.
    R.I.P
    Love & Respect
    Eric Mireles

    • candle 8Thank you Eric. Your kind words do help sooth the pain, in knowing that my Opd Man had an impact in a person’s life as important as you.

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