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Olive Green
May 29, 2018
Jacquin Gilberto Blanco!!! You always said that was your name when you were feeling feisty! Which was often. You were not my father but you were my dad. After my mom died, I watched life leave you. Your life partner and soul mate were no longer among us on this earth, how would it have been possible for you to remain. I am happy to think you guys are together again as well as my mom with her eldest son. I will always hold regret within me for not being a part of your life in the end, my mothers too, but this was not a choice I made. You cast me out like I was nothing when I needed my family the most. Mom died on my birthday,,,,,not one of you wished me a happy one, instead you sent me to jai...l and then took me to a homeless shelter. I know we all carry regret from this, its a dark spot among my soul shine forever. Nevertheless you will always be my dad. Love and miss you so much!Read more
James Green
Jan 09, 2018
Sorry for you loss.
Jan 08, 2018
Gilberto! I still can’t wrap my head around you no longer being here with us. My time with you was brief in this world that turns so fast, but what you left in my heart will last forever. You are a wonderful man, father, husband, grandfather. Even though my daughter was not yours by blood, not a soul on this planet would have known. You treated me as a daughter before I ever could have possibly earned the right. You mean so much to me and my baby girl! You will never be forgotten! This world lost one of its last pure souls when you left us. Thank you for being so kind, understanding, honest, and true. The world needs more people like you! I love you and miss you Gil. I hope you and Julie ...are happy together again 💜Read more
Alan Bobbe
Jan 08, 2018
I met Gil June 1981, when he was my OJI at the post office. We became friends, neighbors & brothers. I was with him when he met Julie. We were at each others weddings. Between the years, road trips, & common love of music, we saw our families grow, & each other age. We shared hopes, thoughts and dreams. His honesty was refreshing & his love for his family deep. I lost someone who I could be myself with, be vulnerable around, & learn from. My heart is broken!