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Juan Luis Aguayo Martinez

January 14, 1956 ~ December 13, 2023 (age 67) 67 Years Old

Juan Aguayo Martinez Obituary

Juan Luis Aguayo Martínez, 67, of Woodville, OH, passed away on December 13, 2023. He was born on January 14, 1956, in La Cuartilla, Nochistlán, Zacatecas, Mexico. Juan emigrated to the United States at the age of 15, driven by his determination to provide a better life for his parents and family. The journey proved to be perilous but worthwhile as Juan was able to support his parents in Nochistlan for many years.

Throughout his life, Juan was a hardworking individual who held various jobs before finding employment at Martin Marietta, where he dedicated himself for 44 years until his health compelled him to retire. His dedication and commitment to his work were evident, and he served the company with unwavering loyalty.

Juan was a genuine and loving family man. He possessed a quiet wisdom and extensive knowledge that earned him the respect and admiration of those who knew him. He had a penchant for dreaming big and loved sharing his aspirations with his loved ones. His family was his greatest joy, and he cherished spending time with them, especially his grandchildren, creating lasting memories filled with laughter and love. Juan's laughter, storytelling, and singing brought immense happiness to those around him. He had a deep love for Mariachi music and could often be found singing at weddings, parties, or simply to bring a smile to his cherished family's faces. In his leisure time, Juan indulged in his hobbies of singing and songwriting. He found immense joy in these creative outlets.

Juan was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses more than 40 years ago. In that moment, he began a friendship with his God and Creator, Jehovah. The kind of person he became was influenced by what he learned from the beautiful qualities that his loving Heavenly Father possesses. This helped him to cultivate the appealing qualities that he learned to display in his dealings with others. His friendship with Jehovah also gave him a sense of purpose and hope and a self-sacrificing calmness when he was experiencing his last moments of life. Thanks to his faith in the redeeming sacrifice of Jesus Christ, he has the hope of being reunited with his family in an earthly resurrection as promised by Jesus in John 5:28, 29: “the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life.”

Juan is survived by his beloved wife of 48 years, Maria Juana Aguayo, and their children: Juan (Kim) Aguayo, Josue (Julieth) Aguayo, Aurora (Ricky) Maldonado, Rebecca Aguayo, and Raquel (Brandon) Young. He will also be greatly missed by his grandchildren: Audrielle, Galilea, Aliana, Ricky, Leilany, Briella, and Jack. Additionally, Juan had a special bond with his niece Angelica Balderas, who he considered a daughter. Juan is also survived by his siblings: Armando, Ángel, Hipólito, Irma, Gloria, Samuel, José Luis, Delia, Rosa Angélica, María Elva and Lilia.

Juan was preceded in death by his father, Luis Aguayo, and his mother, MA. Socorro Martinez.

A memorial service to honor Juan's life will be held on Saturday, December 30, 2023, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses at 2 PM, located at 1722 Cherry St., Toledo, OH 43608. The service can also be accessed virtually at the following link:

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Immediately following the service, the family will gather for food and fellowship at Red Willow Event Center 5805 Woodville Rd., Northwood, OH 43619.

Juan Luis Aguayo Martínez will be remembered as a devoted family man, a hardworking individual, and a source of inspiration to all who knew him.

His legacy will forever live on in the hearts and minds of those he touched.

Juan Luis Aguayo Martínez, 67, de Woodville, OH, falleció el 13 de Diciembre de 2023. Él nació el 14 de enero de 1956 en La Cuartilla, Nochistlán, Zacatecas, México. Juan emigró a los Estados Unidos a la edad de 15 años, motivado por su determinación de proveer una vida mejor para sus padres y familia. Su viaje resultó ser dificultoso, pero valió la pena, ya que Juan fue capaz de proveer por muchos años para sus padres en Nochistlán.

A través de su vida, Juan fue un individuo muy trabajador quien tuvo varios empleos antes de encontrar empleo en Martin Marietta, donde se dedicó a trabajar por 44 años hasta que su salud lo obligó a jubilarse. Su dedicación y sentido de compromiso a su trabajo fueron evidentes, y sirvió a la empresa con lealtad.

Juan fue un hombre que amaba genuinamente a su familia. Él poseía una sabiduría modesta y conocimientos extensos que le ganaron el respeto y la admiración de los que lo conocieron. Él tenía una inclinación hacia el aspirar hacia metas exaltadas y le encantaba compartir sus aspiraciones con sus seres queridos. Su familia era su mayor fuente de gozo, y él apreciaba las oportunidades de pasar tiempo con ellos, especialmente con sus nietos, creando recuerdos duraderos llenos de risa y amor. La risa, el canto y el amor de Juan por contar historias traía felicidad inmensa a los que lo rodeaban. Él tenía un amor profundo por la música de Mariachi y a menudo se le observaba cantando en bodas y fiestas o simplemente cuando deseaba traer una sonrisa a los rostros de su querida familia. En su tiempo libre, Juan se dedicaba a sus pasatiempos de cantar y la composición de canciones. Él halló un gozo inmenso por medio de estas formas creativas de expresarse.

Hacen más de 40 años que Juan se bautizó como un Testigo de Jehová, momento en la cual inició una amistad con su Dios y Creador, Jehová. Lo que aprendió de las hermosas cualidades de su amoroso Padre Celestial influyó en la clase de persona que resulto ser, ayudándolo a cultivar las cualidades agradables que aprendió a manifestar en sus tratos con otros. Su amistad con Jehová también le dio un sentido de propósito y esperanza y una calma abnegada cuando se enfrentó a los últimos momentos de su vida. Gracias a su fe en el sacrifico redentor de Jesucristo, él espera volverse a reunirse con su familia en la resurrección aquí en la tierra prometida por Jesús en Juan 5:28, 29; “Viene la hora en que todos los que están en las tumbas oirán su voz y saldrán: los que hicieron cosas buenas, para una resurrección de vida.”

A Juan le sobreviven su esposa querida de 48 años, María Juana Aguayo, y sus hijos: Juan (Kim) Aguayo, Josué (Julieth) Aguayo, Aurora (Ricky) Maldonado, Rebecca Aguayo, y Raquel (Brandon) Young. Lo extrañarán enormemente sus nietos: Audrielle, Galilea, Aliana, Ricky, Leilany, Briella, y Jack. Además, Juan disfrutaba de un vínculo especial con su sobrina, Angelica Balderas, a quien consideraba una hija. A Juan también le sobreviven sus hermanos y hermanas: Armando, Ángel, Hipólito, Irma, Gloria, Samuel, José Luis, Delia, Rosa Angélica, María Elva y Lilia.

Juan fue precedido en la muerte por su padre, Luis Aguayo, y su madre, MA. Socorro Martínez.

Su funeral se llevará a cabo el sábado, 30 de diciembre de 2023 a las 2:00 de la tarde en el Salón del Reino de los Testigos de Jehová ubicado en 1722 Cherry St., Toledo, OH 43608. Se podrá asistir virtualmente usando el siguiente enlace:

 

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Memorial Service
Saturday
December 30, 2023

2:00 PM
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah, Cherry St, Toledo

Memorial Service
Saturday
December 30, 2023

2:00 PM

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