Celerino Consuegra Jr.

June 15, 1949 - April 13, 2019
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Alan Sombito
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Celerino Consuegra Jr., 69, of Ludlow, passed away peacefully Saturday, April 13, 2019. Son of Alma (Morta) and the late Celerino Consuegra Sr., he was born in Surigao, Philippines on June 15, 1949.  A mechanical engineer, he worked for FedEx before his retirement.  He was a communicant of Christ the King Church. Celerino’s favorite times were spent fishing with family and friends.

Celerino is survived by his mother Alma; his loving wife of twenty-three years Melinda (Tagud) Consuegra and his daughters Glynnis, Guia, Ann and Khristine; his brother Bobby Consuegra and his sisters Vicky Moraga, Merle Nazares, Cheryl Caguimbal and Celma Dumaguing. He also leaves many nieces and nephews and his 3 beloved grandchildren Giulia, Guilaina and Georgianna.

Celerino will always be remembered for being a kindhearted, easygoing and humorous man. Not only did he resonate with people through his personality, but also through his cooking.

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Born: June 15, 1949
Died: April 13, 2019

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Alan Sombito posted on 4/19/19

In memory of Celerino Consuegra Jr., Alan Sombito lit a candle


Jacqueline Gobeille posted on 4/18/19

On behalf of the parishioners and staff of St Elizabeth Parish please accept our deepest sympathy on the recent death of Celerino Be assured of our prayers for consolation and strength


The Pepinos posted on 4/16/19

Our heartfelt condolences to Melinda and Khristine... praying for strength and comfort in this time of sadness and may you find peace and consolation knowing that Jun is no longer suffering. His memories will live forever in our hearts...