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Robert Chacon Jr.
May 4, 1965 ~ May 1, 2023 (age 57) 57 Years Old
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Robert Chacon Jr., lovingly known as Bob, departed from this world on May 1st, 2023, in Wilmington, CA. He was born on May 4th, 1965, in Long Beach, CA, to his beloved parents, Robert and Maggie Chacon.
Bob dedicated the majority of his life to working as a Longshoreman, starting his career in 1983. He found fulfillment and purpose in his profession, contributing his hard work and dedication to the industry for many years.
Sadly, Bob experienced the profound loss of his mother and father, Maggie and Robert Chacon, who preceded him in death. The passing of his parents left a void in his heart that he carried with him.
Despite the challenges he faced, Bob leaves behind a legacy of love and family. He is survived by his cherished daughter, Kimberly Chacon, who was a constant source of pride and joy in his life. Bob is also survived by his sister, Marie Chacon, whose support meant the world to him. Additionally, he leaves behind his niece, Christina Johnson, and his nephews, Michael Hall and Matthew Espinosa-Chacon, who held a special place in his heart. Bob's extended family, including aunts, uncles, cousins, and many loved ones, will fondly remember him.
Throughout most of his life, Bob battled addiction, facing the trials and tribulations that come with it. His struggle was a source of pain for those who cared about him, but they never stopped hoping for his recovery and happiness.
In the last decade, Bob lived a difficult life, fighting his inner demons and facing the challenges that addiction presented. Though his journey was marked by hardships, those who knew him will remember his moments of strength and his enduring spirit.
As we say our final goodbyes to Bob, let us hold onto the memories of his better days, remembering the person he was before addiction took its toll. May he find peace and solace in the arms of his loved ones who have gone before him.
The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to organizations that support addiction recovery, as a way to honor Bob's memory and help others who face similar struggles.
Rest in peace, Robert Chacon Jr. You will forever be in our hearts and remembered for the love you shared and the battles you fought.