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Faustino Javonillo Jr

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May 7, 1936 ~ June 7, 2024

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It is with both profound sadness and deep respect that we remember the life of Faustino Javonillo Jr, known affectionately by many as Jay. His journey on this earth began on the beautiful island of O’ahu, in Honolulu, Hawaii on May 7, 1936, and came to a peaceful close on June 7, 2024, in North Las Vegas, Nevada, where he had resided for 26 years. Jay was a man of quiet strength, dedicated to his family, humble in his accomplishments, loyal to his loved ones, and courageous in the face of life’s adversities. Anyone who knew him, can attest to the profound impact of his silent wisdom and the depth of his character. Jay was a man who spoke volumes through his actions. As a building engineer in the hotel industry, he was dedicated and hardworking, skills he carried with him into his personal life. His commitment to providing a secure and loving home for his beloved wife of 64 years, Barbara “Angel”, and their cherished children, was one of his greatest accomplishments. Jay’s home was a place filled with warmth, laughter, and endless memories. His dedication to his family was reflected in the words of Mahatma Gandhi, “In a gentle way, you can shake the world.” Jay shook our world with his unwavering love and dedication, and he did so gently and without fanfare. As a husband, he was an exceptional individual, a humble man who never sought recognition or accolades. He was the patriarch of his family, a role he fulfilled with grace and humility. His steadfast loyalty and quiet courage were the cornerstones of his life. His actions spoke louder than words, and his legacy will forever be imprinted on our hearts. As a father, his life was a testament to the words of Albert Schweitzer, “Example is not the main thing in influencing others. It is the only thing.” Jay is survived by his loving wife, Barbara “Angel”Javonillo; his daughters, Jan Monroe and Monique Shimabukuro; his son, Randy Javonillo; grandchildren, Daniel, Kawika, Jason, Gary, Douglas, Christina, Kelly and Brittini; his son-in-law Stanley (Monique) and daughters-in-law, Diane (Randy) and Mato (Brian). Eleven great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Faustino Sr. and Ramona, his son Brian Javonillo, and his sisters Dolores, Carmen, Lucy, and Jane. We will miss his silent strength, his knowing glances and his unwavering love. We are blessed and honored to have been a part of his journey in life. Rest now and be at peace. We love you always. We encourage all who knew and loved Jay to share your memories and upload photos to his memorial page, to help us celebrate his life and the indelible mark he has left on ours.

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