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Ernesto Crespo, Jr.


Sunrise: June 22, 1967

Sunset: February 12, 2020

Ernesto Crespo, Jr. was born in Hartford Connecticut on June 22, 1967. He is the son of Manuel R. Perry and Isabel M. Perry. Ernesto is predeceased by his son, Ernesto W.P.
Crespo, his uncle, Daniel Varela and his grandparents Juan Varela and Flora Varela.

Ernesto is survived by his wife, Yvonne Pabe; father, Manuel R. Perry; mother, Isabel M. Perry; daughter, Sybil Crespo; son, Lorenzo Crespo-Rossillon; sisters, Liz M. Crespo and Sayla Varela; daughter-in-law, Nebraska Crespo; grandchildren, Ernesto Z. Crespo, Daniel U. Crespo, Kida Crespo-Czigan, Kailani A. Crespo; Uncles and aunts, Jesus Varela, Delia Varela, Eldamira Varela-Arroyo, Walter Medina, Sara Medina, Vivian Roman and a host of cousins, nieces and nephews.

Family Receiving Friends Tuesday, February 18, 2020 5:00pm - 8:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Wednesday, February 19, 2020 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery 8100 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 No Public Viewing

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    Diane says

    I’m lost, shocked, saddened and broken with this news. 21 years of friendship. I’ll always remember working together and cherry pop tarts and cocoa. We just texted 6 days ago. I will feel a void all my life without you. To his family, I love you all. To Sybil I’m always here for you. Strawberry cake anytime you want.

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      Maria Jusino Roman says

      I am at a lost for words😢 I am heartbroken. A lifetime of memories. Your gone but you will never be forgotten. Love you Nuno R.I.P.

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    Stacie & Chris Johnson says

    We are all saddened by the loss of Ernest. He and I had gotten to know each other over the last 10 years as he sent encouragement after our sins wreck. After his wreck we continued to provide support and encouragement to each other. Talking about Ernie and Sybil and his love for them and his family and friends. I will miss our conversations. You are all in our prayers.

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    Debbie Speight says

    My friend, my friend. I have no words. He has always been a mentor and like a uncle to me. I remember him holding my son when he was born and coming to my college graduation. The advice over the years he gave me is something I will always treasure. I can’t believe it, but I know God has you now. Love you Nesto aka “Boss”.

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    WALT & SARA says

    Sincerest condolences to my dear sister Maria, Sybil, Manny ,LIz, Sayla.

    Our loving Nephew “Nuno”
    You will certainly be missed. I will always be greatly to you, for the love and care showed towards your family, for all your support & help with Mama & Papa, when we needed you the most.
    Now, you have found your Peace & Healing you so much searched. You rest in the arms of our Lord & Savior.
    You will always remain in our hearts ♥️ RIP

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      SARA V Medina says

      Nebraska (Daughter-in-law), Zaidel, Daniel, Keda, Kaielani, our condolences to you in the loss of “Grandpa” you all meant the world to him as well as his Son Lorenzo, niece & nephew, Nikki, Anthony & Great Niece Toby. His Love will always remain with you.
      May God bless, and keep you all in his care. 💖

      Love Auntie & Uncle
      Sara & Walt

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      Auntie Sara says

      Nebraska (Daughter-in-law), Zaidel, Daniel, Keda, Kaielani, our condolences to you in the loss of “Grandpa” you all meant the world to him as well as his Son Lorenzo, niece & nephew, Nikki, Anthony & Great Niece Toby. His Love will always remain with you.
      May God bless, and keep you all in his care. 💖

      Love Auntie & Uncle
      Sara & Walt

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    Evelyn novia says

    Maria am so sorry for your loss,may the lord give you his strength and comfort.

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    Wanda Williams says

    I had not seen him in years but when I first met him he was doing maintenance at an apt. complex where I lived and anytime I had a problem and went to the office for a work order he would always make sure it was taken care of within a certain amount of time.
    R.I.P

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    Regina Rodriguez Williford says

    There are no words that can adequately express the pain and sorrow I feel from the realization that Nunu is gone. I am truly heartbroken. So many memories, all of which I will treasure always. He will never be forgotten in my heart. To his family, I am so sorry that you must face this tragic loss. I am keeping you all in constant prayer. May the Lord keep you strong and may your memories of him bring you comfort. He has gone too soon, but I am thankful that he is now resting in peace in the loving arms of our Lord and he has been reunited with all of his loved ones that have passed before him. No more pain and no more sorrow my sweet Nunu. I will love you always and miss you forever my dear friend ❤️

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    Sayla Varela says

    My dear brother,
    Now that you’re drinking from the river of silence you’re indeed singing.
    You are on your journey to reach the mountaintop. On February 12, 2020 you have begun to climb , for this day the earth claimed your limbs. Now you truly are dancing in heaven. This isn’t a farewell. Until we meet again. I love you dearly Noon. 💜 Your sis, Sayla Varela.

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