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Juan Robles Jr. Dies at 69

Juan Robles Jr.

Juan Robles Jr., also known as “June,” of Estate Grove Place died on April 14. He was 69 years old.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Juan Robles Sr. and Julia Torres Robles.

He is survived by his daughters: Mosis Robles, Lolita Robles and Anita Robles; sons: Juan Robles III and Jose Robles; and grandchildren: Ahlaya Challenger, Aliyana Mason, Alexandria Mason, Jakyra, Justice, Trinity, Jasmine Robles, Chris Robles, Briana Tovar, Eliana Tovar, Isaiah and Arianna Christmas, Somarrie, Alexis, Joseph, Aliyah Robles and Tatiana Marie Arce.

He is also survived by sister, Lydia Robles; brothers: Jose Lopez and Efrain Lopez; nieces: Ivette Dumont Goldsby, Iris Rivera, Maria Isabel Lopez, Nilsa Soto, Ashley and Sonia Lopez; nephews: Grabriel Beley and Efrain Lopez Jr. and Ronaldo Lopez; great nieces: Naisha Alamo, Kayla Alamo, Nilmarie Isabel Guadalupe and Ellany Lopez; and great nieces: Naisha Alamo, Kayla Alamo, Nilmarie Isabel Guadalupe, Ellany Lopez, Adriana Lopez, Cynthia Lopez and Isabella Rivera.

Other survivors include great nephews: Brandon Rivera, Victor G. Guadalupe, Victor Guadalupe Jr., and Brandon and Alexander Soto; daughter-in-law, Cassandria Robles; son-in-law: Henry Mason Jr.; sister-in-law, Nilsa Lopez; special friends: Lynn Spencer, Roberto Rivera and Gilberto Ventura; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

A viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 1, at Victorious Believers. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.

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