In Memory of Brian Cordova
Sunday April 9th, a day Santa Ana gun violence has claimed another truly bright soul. Brian Cordova, gone too soon at only 19. He was a friend, a son and a brother. Brian was in the process of trying to turn his life around and leave his old life behind.
Brian had recently moved out of Santa Ana to try to escape the gun and gang violence. He got a construction job and was on his way to getting his own apartment. Everybody knew how happy he was that he had straightened his life out.
but due to complications he had to come back and stay with his grandma for awhile.
On Sunday he was leaving Church and heading over to celebrate his grandmas birthday . When some unknown gang members shot him because of the way he looked. He lay directly in front of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, in a place that should be as sacred as heaven. He had only been back in Santa Ana for less than a week.
He leaves behind friends, brothers, sisters and so much family that will truly miss him. He lived his life to make others happy and anybody that knew him, knew that he always had their back no matter what. But Brian, We know you can finally Rest In Peace. You'll be able to watch over and protect your sisters and brothers. We'll miss you! Keep your head up Smalls!
We are currently reaching out to family, friends, and others to help donate anything they can towards funeral expenses during this time . We are greatly appreciative of any donations and support for Brian's family.
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