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Nickle Mortuary - Delta, Utah - (435)864-3412

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José Julián Márquez

José Julián Márquez
Date of Birth:
October 14, 2002
Date Deceased:
October 14, 2018
Funeral Services
Location:
Faith Christian Fellowship Church
275 South 300 East
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Date and Time:
October 17, 2018
Wednesday: 1:00 PM

Viewing:

Tuesday, October 16, 2018, 6:00 - 8:00 PM, at the Nickle Mortuary.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 11:30 - 12:40, at the Faith Christian Fellowship Church.

Burial in the Delta City Cemetery.

José Julián Márquez

José Julián Márquez-Trillo passed away on Sunday, October 14, 2018 surrounded by loving family at his home in Delta, Utah after a long battle with cancer. He had just turned 16 years old. José was born on October 14, 2002 in Delta to Joaquín and Amanda Piedad Trillo Marquez. He was a very well behaved son who loved his family dearly. He was the middle child and was always a kind brother to his sisters, Pilar and Angela. Julián loved that fact that he had such a close family. He loved to hang out with his cousins; they boated, hung out at the canyon, went four-wheeling, and played video games. He was a good student and enjoyed school. Math was his favorite subject. He got along with students and teachers and was very well liked. His biggest passions were baseball and horses. He played baseball and was loved by his teammates and coaches. He loved watching baseball, and the Cardinals were his favorite team. He was grateful for the special experiences he has been able to have with his family, especially a trip to Arizona to see spring training baseball, and while there meeting Madison Bumgarner. He also loved riding horses and watching horse races. He enjoyed working with his family to help take care of their horses. He enjoyed hard work would always join his dad at work on weekends and summers.

After he got sick everything changed for his family. He brought them closer. He always wanted to go out with his cousins and he even went to school for awhile. Make-A-Wish took him and his sisters on a shopping spree in a limousine, and he went with his family to Las Vegas and got to ride in a helicopter. He had great memories. Until the day he left us he never ceased to have a smile. His smile was as bright as the sun. He will be remembered as the sweetest kid who always put everyone else before himself. He made sure you were happy, you were smiling, and you were okay before he started to consider himself. Even while battling his own sickness he was always helping his cousin, Ysabella, with her heart disease. He always tried to help other people and kept everyone else smiling and laughing. Although his battle was hard, he fought until the very end. Even at the end, he still left with a smile. He will always be a Warrior. We love you Julian. We will miss you, but you will forever be in our hearts. It’s not a goodbye, it’s an I’ll see you later.

José is survived by his parents: Joaquín and Amanda Márquez; sisters: Pilar and Angela; grandparents: Jacinto and Joaquina Marquez; Delia Anaya and Ramón Trillo.

Funeral Services will be held on Wednesday, October 17, at 1:00 pm, at the Faith Christian Fellowship Church, 275 S 300 E, Delta. Viewings will be held on Tuesday evening, 6-8 pm, at the Nickle Mortuary; and Wednesday, 11:30-12:40, prior to the service. Burial will be in the Delta City Cemetery.

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José Julián Márquez-Trillo falleció el domingo 14 de Octubre de 2018 rodeado de una familia amorosa en su hogar en Delta, Utah, después de una larga batalla contra el cáncer. Acababa de cumplir 16 años. José nació el 14 de octubre de 2002 en Delta a Joaquín y Amanda Piedad Trillo Márquez. Era un hijo muy bien educado que amaba profundamente a su familia. Era el hijo del medio y siempre fue un hermano amable con sus hermanas, Pilar y Angela. Julián amaba el hecho de tener una familia tan cercana. Le encantaba pasar el rato con sus primos; tuvieron muchas aventuras, pasaban el rato en el cañón, iban en cuatro ruedas y jugaban videojuegos. Era un buen estudiante y le gustaba la escuela. Matemáticas era su materia favorita. Se llevaba bien con los estudiantes y profesores y fue muy querido. Sus mayores pasiones eran el béisbol y los caballos. Jugó béisbol y fue amado por sus compañeros y entrenadores. Le encantaba ver el béisbol, y los Cardenales eran su equipo favorito. Agradeció las experiencias especiales que pudo tener con su familia, especialmente un viaje a Arizona para ver el béisbol de entrenamiento de primavera, y mientras conocía a Madison Bumgarner. También le encantaba montar a caballo y ver carreras de caballos. Le gustaba trabajar con su familia para ayudar a cuidar sus caballos. Le gustaba el trabajo duro, siempre se uniría a su padre en el trabajo los fines de semana y los veranos.

Después de enfermarse, todo cambió para su familia. Los acercó más. Siempre quiso salir con sus primos e incluso fue a la escuela por un tiempo. Make-A-Wish lo llevó a él y a sus hermanas en una juerga de compras en una limusina, y se fue con su familia a Las Vegas y se subió en un helicóptero. Tenía grandes recuerdos. Hasta el día en que nos dejó, nunca estuvo un dia sin sonreír. Su sonrisa era tan brillante como el sol. Será recordado como el niño más dulce que siempre pone a todos los demás antes que a sí mismo. Se aseguró de que fueras feliz, estabas sonriendo, y que estuvieras bien antes de que empezara a considerarse a sí mismo. Incluso mientras luchaba contra su propia enfermedad, siempre estaba ayudando a su prima, Ysabella, con su enfermedad cardíaca. Siempre trató de ayudar a otras personas y mantuvo a todos los demás sonriendo y riendo. Aunque su batalla fue dura, luchó hasta el final. Incluso al final, se fue con una sonrisa. Siempre será un gran guerrero. Te amamos Julian Te extrañaremos, pero siempre estarás en nuestros corazones. No es un adiós, si no un hasta pronto.

A Julián le sobreviven sus padres: Joaquín y Amanda Márquez; hermanas: Pilar y Angela; abuelos: Jacinto y Joaquina Márquez; Delia Anaya y Ramón Trillo.

Los Servicios Funerarios: el miércoles 17 de octubre a la 1:00 pm en la iglesia Faith Christian Fellowship, 275 S 300 E, Delta. Las Visitaciones se llevarán el martes por la noche, de 6 a 8 pm, en el Nickle Mortuary; y miércoles, 11: 30-12: 40, antes del servicio. El entierro será en el Cementerio de Delta City.

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