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Blanco, Jesus Flores

Blanco, Jesus Flores

Jesús Flores Blanco (known as “Jesse”) found peace July 5th, 2019, age 45. Jesse was stationed in Kowst, Afghanistan serving Base 03 in Bagram Airbase as a Private Building Contractor. He was also a Small Business Owner of Bravo Exteriors, LLC, and served as a Construction Foreman in the U.S.A. with Infinity Exteriors, LLC. Jesse’s love of his family was matched by his love for the Chicago Bears! His humor & laughter, delicious grilling talent, and watching him build “proud father moments” with his precious children will be missed most!

Cherished son of Alonzo Vega Blanco, Sr. & Maria (Jaime) Gutierrez (nee Flores).

Jesse is survived by Carina Cerda and their children Vanessa Blanco, Joseph Blanco, and Blanca Blanco, Private First Class (PFC), U.S. Army.

Also survived by his daughter Audrina Aviles, with Angie Aviles.

And his children Diego Blanco and Sonia Blanco, with Irene Villarreal.

Dear brother of Rosalinda (Pablo) Avila, Rose Mary Blanco-Alvarado, and Roseann (Eliseo) Solis. Jesse is united in Heaven with his late big brother & bestfriend Alonzo Vega Blanco, Jr.

Jesse will also be forever remembered by his numerous nieces, nephews, godchildren, aunts, uncles, extended family, and dear friends.

The Wake for Jesse will be held on Friday, July 12, 2019 at Witkowiak Funeral Home, 529 W. Historic Mitchell Street, Milwaukee, WI 53204. Visitation from 4PM – 8PM. Vigil prayer service at 7PM.

Traditional Church Mass Service in memory of Jesse to be held Satuday, July 13, 2019 at 10AM-11AM at The Basilica of Saint Josaphat, located at 2333 S. 6th Street, Milwaukee, WI 53215. There are 2 large parking lots & handicap parking available. 11AM-12PM-Procession to follow to Forest Home Cemetery, 2405 W. Forest Home Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53215.

Honorary Pallbearers:
1.) Joseph Blanco
2.) Blanca Blanco, PFC, U.S. Army
3.) Diego Blanco
4.) Jaime Gutierrez
5.) Ricardo Blanco, Jr.
6.) Marcus Aurelius
7.) Eliseo Duarte
8.) Bernardo Soto
9.) Juan Soto

Funeral Reception Potluck to follow burial; asking dear family & friends to please bring a dish to pass. We’ll gather at St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care, 2801 E. Morgan Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53207. Please enter MAIN ENTRANCE and we’ll be in the ATRIUM AREA.

On behalf of our family, to yours, THANK YOU for reaching out with love during our very sudden loss. Your genuine abundance of support is a true blessing! ⚘⚘⚘

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