Jesus Acuna - Cortez
Tuesday
16
June

Visitation

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
Serenity Funeral and Cremation Services
6202 Michigan Road
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Wednesday
17
June

Funeral Service

11:00 am
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
St. Monica Catholic Church
6131 Michigan Rd
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Obituary of Jesus Acuna - Cortez

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Jesús Acuña nació de Isauro Acuña y Maurilia Cortez el 15 de octubre de 1955 en Tamaulipas, México. El Señor lo recogió el 10 de junio de 2020 en Indianápolis, Indiana, EEUU. É l deja una familia que sigue creciendo y que es muy amorosa. É l y su esposa, Alba Acuña, fueron casados durante 36 años, pero habían estado juntos durante 42 años. Juntos criaron cuatro hijos: Edwin Acuña (Laura Esparza); Yader Acuña (Cristina Felipe Rojas); Jozihey Acuña (Nayely Palacios) e Iza Acuña. Hay ocho nietos. É l mismo proviene de una familia numerosa, con ocho hermanos y hermanas sobrevivientes. Sus padres lo preceden en la muerte. Jesús vino a este país en 2001 con su hijo mayor, Edwin. Más tarde, se le unieron su esposa y otros hijos. Su esposa e hijos hablan amorosamente de Jesús como un hombre muy bueno y muy trabajador, que amaba mucho a su familia. Sus nueras solo tienen cosas buenas y bonitas que decir sobre él, ya que recuerdan el tipo de hombre que él era. Jesús se recuerda como un hombre muy sociable a quien le encantaba mucho bailar. Él era un hombre divertido y feliz al que le gustaba mucho bromear. La familia recuerda sus amabilidades hacia los demás. Disfrutaba de las reuniones, y nunca quiso dejar a nadie afuera. Su lema era, “ ¡ Cuantos más, mejor!” Le encantaba a rodearse de personas. Jesús conocía a mucha gente y tenía muchos amigos. No solo era amable, sino también generoso. Ayudó a pagar la educación de sus hermanos y nunca habló de eso. Quería verlos a ellos, tanto como a sus hijos y a todo mundo, triunfar. Para sus hijos, él fue su mejor amigo. Enseño a sus hijos a trabajar duro y a hacer bien todo lo que hicieran. Hubiera dado su vida por su esposa o por cualquiera de sus hijos. No podría haber habido un mejor padre. No iba a la Iglesia regularmente, pero oraba y amaba al Señor. Tenía muchos amigos en México, y aunque se fue hace casi veinte años desde allí, todavía es recordado en su pueblo natal, y muchas personas en México aún lo conocen. Jesús Acuña . . . papá, esposo, abuelo, amigo . . . siempre se te extrañará y por vida se te recordará . . . por familia y amigos y por todos los que te conocieron. Jesus Acuña was born to Isauro Acuña and Maurilia Cortez on October 15, 1955 in Tamaulipas, Mexico. The Lord called him home on June 10, 2020, in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. He leaves behind a loving and growing family. He and his wife, Alba Acuña, were married for 36 years, but had been together for 42 years. Together they raised four children: Edwin Acuña (Laura Esparza); Yader Acuña (Cristina Felipe Rojas); Jozihey Acuña (Nayely Palacios), and Iza Acuña. There are eight grandchildren. He, himself, comes from a large family, with eight surviving siblings. His parents precede him in death. Jesús came to this country in 2001 with his oldest son. He was later joined by his wife and other sons. His wife and children lovingly speak about Jesús as a very good, hard-working man, who loved his family dearly. His daughters-in-law have only good things to say about him, as they remember the kind of man he was. Jesús is remembered as a very social man who loved to dance. He was a fun and happy man who liked to joke around. They remember his kindnesses towards others. He enjoyed get-togethers, and he never wanted to leave anyone out. His motto was “The more the merrier!” He loved to surround himself with people. Jesús knew many people and he had many friends. He was not only kind, but he was also generous. He helped to pay for his brothers’ education and never talked about it. He wanted to see them, as well his children and the rest of the world, succeed. To his sons, he was their best friend. He taught his children to work hard and to do well at everything they did. He would have given his life for his wife or for any one of his children. There could not have been a better father. He did not go to church regularly, but he prayed and loved the Lord. He had very many friends in Mexico, and even though he has been gone almost twenty years from there, he still is remembered in his hometown, and he is still known by many people in Mexico. Jesús Acuña . . . dad, husband, grandfather, friend . . . you will always be missed and forever you will be remembered . . . by family and by friends and by all who knew you.
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