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Jonathan Vargas

December 27, 1985 — March 24, 2024

Lake Worth

Jonathan "Johnny" Vargas de 38 años, de Lake Worth, hijo, padre, nieto, hermano, y amigo, se fue a estar con nuestro Señor el 24 de marzo de 2024 en Fort Worth, Texas.  

  

Jonathan “Johnny” nació el 27 de diciembre de 1985 en Los Ángeles, California, hijo de Eladio Vargas y Magdalena Hernández. Jonathan tenía muchos pasa tiempos. Fue el entrenador del equipo de fútbol de sus hijas, lo más importante para él. Como padre soltero, aprendió a ser padre de niñas, como peinarlas, pintarles las unas y también como usar maquillaje.  Jonathan “Johnny” tuvo el privilegio de ser quien recibió a su hija Jordán en la sala de su casa cuando dio a luz. Le gustaba pescar y su vecino de once años siempre estaba esperando a que fuera a pescar con Jonathan. Era un fanático de la comida, lo que le permitió explorar el mundo de la comida con sus niñas. Jonathan era un entusiasta de los carros y las camionetas.   

  

Le preceden en la muerte Salvador Hernández, Martin Chávez, Eliseo Cansino, María Concepción Corona y Eliseo Cansino, Jr.   

  

Los que se quedaron para celebrar y honrar su memoria son sus padres, Eladio Vargas y Magdalena Hernández, hijas, Delilah, Jordán y Clarity; su abuela, Antonia Del Real; hermanos, Deisi Guerrero, Egriselda Vargas y Diego Valenzuela, y una gran cantidad de familiares y amigos.  

 

 

 

Jonathan “Johnny” Vargas, 38, of Lake Worth, son, father, grandson, brother, and friend, went to be with our Lord on March 24, 2024, in Fort Worth, Texas.  

 

Jonathan was born on December 27, 1985, in Los Angeles, California, the son of Eladio Vargas and Magdalena Hernandez. Jonathan had many hobbies. He was the coach of his daughters' soccer team, the most important thing to him. As a single father, he learned how to father girls, how to comb their hair, paint their nails, and how to apply makeup.  Jonathan had the privilege of being the one assisting his daughter's mom to welcome his daughter Jordan in his living room when she gave birth. He liked to fish, and his eleven-year-old neighbor was always waiting for him to go fishing with Jonathan. He was a food fanatic, which allowed him to explore the world of food with his girls. Jonathan was a car and truck enthusiast.  

 

He was preceded in death by Salvador Hernandez, Martin Chavez, Eliseo Cansino, Maria Concepcion Corona, and Eliseo Cansino, Jr.   

 

Those who stayed to celebrate and honor his memory are his parents, Eladio Vargas and Magdalena Hernandez; daughters, Delilah, Jordan and Clarity; his grandmother, Antonia Del Real; siblings, Deisi Guerrero, Egriselda Vargas and Diego Valenzuela, and a host of family and friends. 

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