August 3, 1985 ~ January 15, 2017
August 3, 1985 - January 15, 2017
Los Angeles, CA
The memory of Carlos Leaños is forever embedded in the hearts of his family, friends and his spiritual brothers and sisters. The beautiful sentiments of each member of his family show the kind of person he was and the great love Carlos felt for each of them.
Carlos was born on the third of August of 1985 into a wonderful family of seven children. He symbolized his dedication to our Creator Jehovah on March 30, 2002 and had the beautiful privilege of uniting his life with his wife Johanna on January 9, 2016.
Until that day comes when they will be able to once again embrace their "lovable bear," those fond memories will fill the thoughts and hearts of his dear family. Memories of a brother who protected, who cared for, who gave of himself. Memories of a husband who simply loved adventures - he was always up for one. Memories of a positive and happy friend.
Thanks to our wonderful God, Jehovah, we can look forward to the day when we'll no longer have to say goodbye to our loved ones. We will rejoice in seeing Carlos' warm smile as he is welcomed by each member of his family in paradise. We anxiously await the day Jehovah will wipe away our tears of sorrow and replace them with tears of joy, a joy that our hearts will not be able to contain. At last, Carlos will enjoy an eternity with a worldwide family, admiring Jehovah's amazing creation just as he always has. He'll never have to depart from his wife and will pick the loveliest of flowers for his mother as a sign of his love and affection. We know that day is just around the corner: the real life - everlasting life.
Our Memories Of Carlos
"The biggest thing he had was his kind heart and love for everyone. He loved family trips, loved Jehovah's creation, and enjoyed camping trips.He was easy-going, straight-forward, happy and friendly. Whatever he did, it was because he wanted to."
"He always found a way to let you know he loved you and that family was everything to him. He loved his parents "el jefe" y "la jefa" as he liked to call them. If you needed anything, he would do everything to help you out."
"He tried so hard to help keep us, his family, united. He was the best brother and friend someone could have."
"Carlos would drop anything to help others or just give them a kind word. His love, happiness and positive attitude toward his family, faith and friends are only a few things we can remember. He was a man with a big heart."
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