HUGS FROM HOME
“As you may know, as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic funeral services must be limited to 10 people or fewer. This is obviously disappointing to the families we are serving as well as those who wished to attend the services had they been able. As a result, we have developed a program called “Hugs From Home” that will allow the family to feel your love at this difficult time. Here is how you can share your love for the family and show your support as if you had been in attendance:
1. Leave a message in the “Add Condolence” section at the bottom of this page.
2. Our staff will print that message on a “Hugs From Home” card.
3. The card will be tied to an individual balloon and affixed to a chair where the service
is taking place thus representing your attendance at the service.
4. The family will then collect and read the cards and feel of your love and support for
them at this difficult time.
We hope you will take the time to participate so the family can feel of your love under
these unique circumstances.”
Our beloved Pedro Angel Escobedo, passed away on April 7th, 2020 peacefully in his home with his family, surrounded by love after a battle with cancer. He will be greatly missed and is survived by his loving wife Lila Escobedo, daughter Sirenna Escobedo, sons Pedro Jr. and Adrian “ACE” Escobedo, grandchildren Hunter Gonzalez and Everly Escobedo, mother Juanita Irene Escobedo, siblings Cindy, Rich and Marc Escobedo, Godchildren Jeannie Rodriguez and Johnny Escobedo, also many other uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his father Pedro, Sr. and his brother Steve Escobedo.
Pedro was Born October 30th, 1964 in East Chicago, Indiana. At the age of 18, he followed his dream of being an architect. A very talented artist, a skill passed down from his father, Pedro passes his love for art down to his Godson Johnny and niece Liliana. Pedro was an adventurous spirit and wasn’t afraid to try something new. He was wise beyond his years and overcame many obstacles in his life. He was always willing to pass on these life lessons and wisdom to his family and friends. Pedro always had his family’s best interest at heart and made it his mission to help, support and encourage others in his life. He created long lasting relationships and magical memories with everyone in his life. These beautiful moments of our lives can never be lost, for they live in our hearts and are relieved in our memories.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation at the Pete Escobedo Memorial Fund at go fund me, link below: