In loving memory of Larry Ogle Jr, Our "Gordo".

Thank you for taking the time to read our story let me tell you about our Gordo. He was born June 11, 1991, my mother's premature baby. He was the middle child of 5 children, which she called HER HANDFUL OF LOVE, her oldest son. Gordo's struggles began as a child. Diagnosed with a learning disability but in my mom's eyes, he was just a slow learner. But he had a BIG heart, and always wanted to help everyone. Loving and caring, always giving kisses and hugs. His love for my mom was endless and unconditional, he was admittedly a Mamas boy. He was a father of four, 1 son and 3 beautiful daughters who he loved very much. His family was the most important thing to him and he made us all feel so loved. A young man who lived a hard life with experiences that you would think a man twice his age lived but his smile and his laugh could fill a room. He was one of the goofiest people that you could meet. Yeah, he might have been loud and obnoxious sometimes, you could even say hardheaded but that's our bub that we will remember forever. He was goofy and so cheesy all the time but if you stepped wrong he would press the issue. He was our protector. We will never be able to hear his voice or the goofy contagious laugh he had. Our Brother has been called home way too early and passed away unexpectedly on us. Our family is not mentally or financially prepared and now it is our time to come together to take care of him. We had a story and a half to tell but had much more story to write, please help us give him the proper end to his story. He was a young man taken way too soon. Brother, you will forever be in our hearts and we miss you so much already, we love you way more than you could ever know and you will never be forgotten, that is our PROMISE.

Mijo, I love you and I am so sorry for any heartache or disappointment that I caused you. Life will never be the same again for me...I will remember you as my SOLDIER..always wanting and praying for the best FOR ME!!!! There was no selfish bone in your body. I will miss you dearly and love you endlessly....My only regret was not being able to tell you this before God took you home. As much as it hurts I know that you are going to a better place. RIP my Gordo....Gone but will never be forgotten.

Organizer and beneficiary

Annette Medina
Phoenix, AZ
Lisa Espinoza

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