Alejandro C. Estrada

1971 ~ 2021

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Jan. 8, 2022
6:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Larkin Mortuary (260 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111)
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    It is with great sadness that we have to share the passing of our father Alejandro C. Estrada on 12-23-2021. He was a loving and caring Husband, Father, Grandfather, and Friend. He lived his life to the fullest and his energy was always felt everywhere he went. Anyone who has had the chance to know him would say he was a kind, fun, loving, and humble man. Painting and being crafty were hobbies he enjoyed and were ways of expressing himself. He loved his family and friends all very much; and fought to stay around until his last breath. Our father fought a tough fight but through it all he remained so strong and never let anything hold him down. He has shared so many beautiful memories with all of us, and that is something we’ll all carry with us in our hearts.

    We appreciated everyone who has reached out, it has been heartwarming hearing everyones’ kind words, and beautiful memories of our father. Many people have reached out wondering how they can help in these hard times. His passing was very unexpected and came way too soon; we had just celebrated his 50th birthday this last year. We are asking anyone who has crossed paths with our father, if they can help by supporting our family during this difficult time. We are hoping you can donate to his funeral costs; anything is truly appreciated. Thank you, and God bless you all.

    A viewing will be held Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 6:00 pm at Larkin Mortuary, 260 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah. Rosary will begin at 7:00 pm at the same location. For those who cannot attend, please join us via zoom, the link is provided below, a zoom account is required.
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89317978773


    Guestbook/Condolences

    I love and miss you, cousin. ❤️


    - Sonia

    Marina, I am so sorry for your loss. I remember the times that Alejandro would come over to the college and he was always so kind to all he came in contact with. Even though his pain and suffering he made others feel welcomed. Our heart and prayers go out to you and your family. Love always, Debbie and Norman


    - Debbie Christiansen

    My deepest most sincere condolences to you and your family. I'm so saddened to hear of Alex's passing. He was a VERY VERY dear friend/brother of mine. Breaks my heart🥺. I pray the man above gives you and your family the strength through this most difficult time🙏🏽🤍🕊. Til we meet again my dearest friend. 🕊 Fly high... sending you all love, light and peace🙏🏽🤍
    Love Always,
    Mishelle❣


    - Mishelle Ervin-Najera

    Son and Friend you were to me
    "SUNNY BOY" I will always treasure our lifetime of memories.
    You will be missed.
    However, I know you are in peace no more pain.
    I know you are dancing and painting with the Angel's in Heaven.
    RIP till we meet again.
    Sylvia Baiza


    - Sylvia Baiza

    You were a brother to me, an uncle/ male role model to my children & grandchildren, who often looked up to you. Your presence of unconditional love and selfless gestures maintained the family as we developed our own lives. I admire your strength and resilience during these past years, even when you were not physically functioning to your capacity. Somehow you always managed to smile, and make others smile, comfort the kids, embrace any challenges but most important, always being of service to others without judgement. I will never forget your words of wisdom, laughs, crazy days and what you meant to all of us! I'm grateful you are no longer suffering in the 3D physical world, as I'm confident you are one with the universe, God, your angels, Mother Mary and ancestors who have passed before you. Enjoy your peace and infinite abundance, until we meet again Bro!
    Love always.........


    - Raquel Baiza

    My deepest condolences to Marina,Nikki,Michie,Mandy and Aidreen and little Natalie. May God you strength during this difficult time. You will always will remember his humor and love for each of you. That is one thing that you will always carry with you. Love each other for that is his peace he is with our father God and his own father your grandfather. I love you all. With my deepest love and respect your Tia Elena. La querios mucho.


    - María Elena Estrada