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Moises Isaac Valladares

May 11, 1974 ~ April 19, 2020 (age 45)

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of Washington, D.C., passed away on April 19, 2020. Beloved son of Maria Julia Valladares- Dominguez (mother) and his late father, Jose Enrique Valladares-Dominguez. He is survived by his brothers, Juan Antonio Valladares, Miguel Anjel Valladares, Ricardo Andres Valladares, Jesus Enrique Valladares, Raul Adrian Valladares; and his two sisters, Merci Guadalupe Valladares and Julia Lorena Valladares. Moises was cherished by his nephews and nieces, Alex, Diana, Juan, Paula, Iris, Lewis, Melissa, Ligia, Joshua, Eric, Frank, Marcos, Jeremiah, Linda, Angela, Raul Jr., Julia, Ruth, Carlos, Leonel, David, Steve, Lorraine, Johanna, Nelson Jr., and Daniel. He was adored by his great-nephews and great-nieces Olivia, Sofia, Ariana, Alina, Mateo, Estella, Eiffie, Joel, Jacob, Ariela, Noah, Mayda, Esmeralda, Ellie, Jayden, Jezziah, Jonathan, and Jaeylnn. Moises was preceded in death by his father, Jose Enrique Valladares-Dominguez and his sister, Rosa de Carmen Valladares.

Moises also known as Uncle Moe/ Big Moe enjoyed spending quality time with his family and friends (“the homies”).  He enjoyed watching football and was a die-hard Redskins fan. He was a fan of Homer Simpson and enjoyed watching the show, The Simpsons. He was an excellent chess player. Moe was always the “life of the party” at any gathering. He would make people laugh uncontrollably with his eccentric antics. Moe dedicated his time taking care of his mother, Maria, and late father, Jose. He especially enjoyed spending quality time with his mother, Maria, during their shopping trips. Moe wasn’t a father himself, but was a father figure to all his nephews, nieces, great-nephews, and great-nieces, whom he loved dearly. When Uncle Moe’s “Daddy Day Care” was in session, it was never a dull moment with his nephews/nieces. Moe was always willing to do anything for his family and friends.

In the words of Uncle Moe a.k.a. Big Moe, “Family First.” 

 

“Moisés Isaac Valladares”

Mayo 11, 1974 - Abril 19, 2020 

 

de Washington, D.C., falleció el 19 de abril del 2020. Amado hijo de María Julia Valladares-Domínguez y José Enrique Valladares-Domínguez. Le sobreviven sus hermanos, Juan Antonio Valladares, Miguel Ángel Valladares, Ricardo Andrés Valladares, Jesús Enrique Valladares, Raúl Adrián Valladares; y sus dos hermanas, Merci Guadalupe Valladares y Julia Lorena Valladares. 


Moisés fue apreciado por sus sobrinos y sobrinas, Alex, Diana, Juan, Paula, Iris, Lewis, Melissa, Ligia, Joshua, Eric, Frank, Marcos, Jeremiah, Linda, Angela, Raúl Jr., Julia, Ruth, Carlos, Leonel, David, Steve, Lorraine, Johanna, Nelson Jr., y Daniel. Él adoraba a sus sobrinos nietos y sobrinas nietas, Olivia, Sofia, Ariana, Alina, Mateo, Estella, Effie, Joel, Jacob, Ariela, Noah, Mayda, Esmeralda, Ellie, Jayden, Jezziah, Jonathan, y Jaeylnn.

 

Moisés fue precedido en su muerte por su padre, José Enrique Valladares-Domínguez y su hermana, Rosa del Carmen Valladares.


Moisés también fue conocido como Uncle Moe/Big Moe quien siempre disfruto pasar tiempo con su familia y amigos ("los homies"). Le encantaba ver partidos de fútbol americano y era un fanático del equipo de los Redskins y de Homer Simpson, le encantaba ver el programa de televisión, Los Simpsons. Era un excelente jugador de ajedrez. Moe siempre era "la vida de la fiesta" en cualquier reunión, hacía que la gente se riera con sus excéntricas payasadas. Moe se dedicó a cuidar a su mamá María y a su padre José. Le encantaba especialmente pasar tiempo con su mamá, María, saliendo con ella de compras. Aunque Moe nunca tuvo hijos propios, era un ejemplo para sus sobrinos, sobrinas, sobrinos nietos y sobrinas nietas, a quien amaba mucho. Cuando abría el "cuidado infantil" del Tío Moe, nunca había un momento aburrido con sus sobrinos y sobrinas. Moe siempre estaba dispuesto a hacer cualquier cosa para su familia y amistades.

 

En las palabras del Tío Moe, conocido también como Big Moe, "La Familia Primero”.  

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