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Emilio D. Del Villar

January 28, 2019

Emilio D. Del Villar

United States Navy Petty Officer Emilio D. Del Villar, 23, died unexpectedly on Monday, January 28, 2019, in Goose Creek, South Carolina.

Family and friends are invited to the visitation in the Kowalski Funeral Home, 515 Roselle Street, Linden on Friday, February 15th. from 6:00-10:00PM.  On Saturday, February 16th., from 8:30-9:00AM everyone will gather in the funeral home where a prayer service will be held at 9:00AM, followed by the funeral mass to be offered in the St. Theresa of the Child Jesus R.C. Church, Linden at 10:00AM.  The prayers of committal will precede his burial in the family plot in Rosedale Cemetery in Linden, New Jersey.

Emilio, the son of Annetty C. Labort Del Villar and Francisco Del Villar, was born in the Bronx, New York.  He moved to Roselle, New Jersey in 2014 where he lived until enlisting in the U.S. Navy on October 13, 2017.  Emilio has been stationed at the Naval Weapons Station Charleston in Goose Creek, South Carolina for the past year.

Emilio, as a 2014 graduate of Orange High School in Orange, New Jersey was a “Tornadeo”. While in high school, he was a member of the wrestling team and the drama club.  Emilio also engaged in one of his passions – music – as he sang with the choir group “Voices N Harmony”.  As part of that group, they won a championship, in which the school was awarded a new piano.  Emilio was also an honorary member of the High Class Hooligans and Sunnyside Co..  After high school, Emilio enrolled in Lincoln Tech and was an April 2017 graduate, specializing as an electrician.  He then went to work for a few months, as a maintenance technician at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey.

Emilio loved music, actually all genres of music, but his passion was for the sound tracks for videos, movies and television.  He felt that in the beauty of the soundtrack, he could get an overall sense of the show.

Emilio was obsessed with outer space and he was interested in anything to do with the sciences and the energy that works throughout the universe and the philosophy behind those sciences and it’s inner workings.  He sincerely wanted to travel and colonize Mars.  He felt that in doing so, it would set an example for all of us how living can be simplified without compensation and the need for unnecessary “things” in our lives.  Emilio believed in globalism and having a unified humanity and peace.  He exuded compassion and support for each other and felt that in doing so, we all would and should be a part of the big picture.  Emilio lived a lifestyle of peace, love and positivity.   This was the essence of Emilio and those who were in his presence, felt it, each and every day.  Emilio is also remembered as a goofy kid, always smiling, never giving up and always striving to be his best and make those around him feel better in the process. 

In addition to his parents, hearts are now forever broken for his three brothers, Byran Del Villar and his girlfriend, Sheila de la Rosa, Lancelot Del Villar and his girlfriend, Tatiyanna Hamilton and Xavier Del Villar; his maternal grandmother, Lourdes Perex; his two uncles, Robert Labort and Leonardo Labort; his three aunts, Mayra Venero, Ana Barrera and Melania Ramierz; his two cousins, Jose E. Del Villar and Jhoan Del Villar and his nephew, Elias Angel Del Villar.

 

 

 

 

 

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