John Anthony Lugo
John Anthony Lugo
September 13, 1973 – July 25, 2014
John Anthony Lugo, 40, of Henderson, Nevada, passed away Friday, July 25th . He was born in the Bronx, New York on September 13th 1973 to Carmen Ivette Lugo. John graduated from Seward Park High School. He was married to Adriana Concepcion Lugo on March 26th, 2011.
John was an active member of the Saint Thomas More Catholic Community Church. He had a contagious smile and was a practical joker. He loved to travel and he loved helping people that were in need. He cherished his family and the many friends he had developed over the years.
John is survived by five children Lizette Ivette Lugo, John Anthony Lugo Jr., Christian Melvin Diaz, Reyna Lara Adriana Diaz and Jyselle Lillian Diaz.
A viewing will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at La Paloma Cremation and Funeral Services. A funeral mass will be held at 12 p.m. Saturday at Saint Thomas More Catholic Community Church.
Thank you for joining us in the memory and celebration of John’s life.
My most sincere condolences to the Lugo Diaz Family. I am sending hugs and lots and lots of love to all your family. Rest in Peace John. I will always remember you as being very generous. You made my best friend happy and that’ll always be a plus in my eyes! Love to you all, Martha M
My most sincere condolences to the Lugo Diaz family. I pray that God comforts each one of you is this difficult time. I send you lots of hugs and even more love! Rest in peace John. You made my best friend happy and in my eyes that’s a plus. I’ll always remember you as a generous and playful guy! Love you all, Martha
I am lost for words for your great lost. I can only offer prayers for you all that God will hold you in His arms to give you strength and comfort for your pain. I will continue to pray for you today and always. I am so sorry that I could not be there.
My most sincere and deepest condolences to the Lugo Diaz Family. John, I’ll always remember you being very generous and such a jokester! May you rest in peace and continue to guide and protect your loved ones. Thank you for making my Best Friend the happiest I had ever seen her.
Sending lots of hugs and love your way!
Love you all,
Martha & family
He was my ” rock of gibraltar”. Can’t describe how much of an influence he was in my life. My boss, but especially my friend and brother. I will never ever believe he is not with me. Can’t say goodbye but rather, until we meet again my friend. God Bless.
My deepest sympathies on your loss. May you find comfort in the thought expressed at Revelation 21: 3,4. Soon death will be no more.