William Perez Obituary, Death Cause – William Perez Jr. had been a resident of Signature Healthcare at the Courtyard up until the day he passed away on January 26, 2023. He was 81 years old at the time of his passing. William was the type of man who put his family first and made it very clear in a number of different ways just how much he cared for them. At the time of our chat, he was a devout Christian who had had a spiritual rebirth well over twenty years before to that. He had a strong devotion to the Lord, and he took great joy in serving him in his responsibilities.
He was a member of that service branch of the armed forces right up until the point when he was medically discharged with honor from the United States Navy. After serving his country in the military for the allotted amount of time, he devoted the majority of the rest of his life to working in law enforcement. He worked for a variety of departments and agencies, including the Corrections Department, the Sheriff’s Office, and as a teacher at a training academy. Because shooting was one of his main passions and he was an expert shot, he was a skilled marksman when it came to firearms. He was also an expert shot.
William’s commitment to persistently advocate on behalf of veterans who needed assistance earned him a lot of respect in the community. He was able to provide aid to a significant number of veterans who were having trouble obtaining the assistance they required through the Veterans Administration. In addition to that, he had volunteered his time to serve as a firefighter in the community of Compass Lake. He spent many years being of service to the community.
His wife, Andrea Perez, his son, Jeremy Perez (and his wife Amy), his grandsons, Jaiden and Santino Perez, and his granddaughter, Remi Perez, are among those who continue to carry on his legacy. In addition, his sisters Blanca Vargas, Delia Tirado, Miriam Rodriguez, and Doreen Dooley are also involved. At this time, there are no plans in place to provide any services to paying clients. The cremation procedure will be used to honor the memory of the departed by reducing their bodies to ash.