Juan Carrilto Hernandez known as “Chapo or Cuate” was born May 23, 1931 to Pedro and Beatriz Hernandez in Turkey shoot Miami, Ariz.. He passed in peace Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019.
He served our country in the United States navy from 1950-1953. He later retired from Inspiration Copper Mines in 1986 as a mechanic. After retiring he worked for the Forest Service for 17 years.
Juan Carrillo Hernandez leaves behind in loving memory his wife of 46 years, Josefina D. Hernandez. Daughter Eileen Collins (Doug). Grandson Eric Collins granddaughter Leslie Koutsky. Also, two nieces’ that he helped raised as his own Yesenia Duran (Manuel) their three kids Eric Duran, Gustavo Duran, and Elizabeth Duran.Esmeralda D. Ontiveros (David) and two kids Andrew Ontiveros, Alicia Ontiveros. He also leaves behind one brother Arthur Hernandez and five sisters; Mercy Hernandez, Martha Saenz, Sylvia (Brandon) Warner, Irene King and Lena (Manuel) Tena also numerous nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents Pete and Betty Hernandez and his twin brother Eberto Carrillo Hernandez, and nephews Mathew Hernandez and David Saenz.
Juan C. Hernandez was a lover of all children.
Rest in Peace
Services were held on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 at Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church in Miami. Interment followed with Military Honors at Mountain Breeze Memorial Gardens Miami, Ariz.
The family was assisted by Bulman Miles Funeral Services Globe guestbook can be signed at www.BulmanMiles.com.