Date Created: 09/10/2014
Last Updated: 09/17/2014

In loving memory of Angel Ramon Collazo
1/7/1943 - 9/9/2014

Location: Kissimmee, Florida

Visits: 113,108

This memorial was created in honor of Angel "Junior" Ramon Collazo of Kissimmee, Florida. Angel was born on January 7, 1943 in San Juan and passed on September 9, 2014. He was a beloved husband, brother, father, grandfather, and uncle. He served on the First Marine Corp District Marine Barracks, USNB, Norfolk, Virginia. He was Honorably discharged July 27, 1966. His rank was LCPL (E-3). He went on a good will tour for two years and was on board the ship around the Cuban Crisis and the death of Trujillo in Dominican Republic. SEMPER Fi. Marines the few the proud. Once a Marine always a Marine. These are the words he always spoke. He was so proud to be called a United States Marine. When ever he met a Marine on the streets he would salute and say SEMPER Fi.
He will never understand the enormity of his impact on so many. The family he has built will carry on together as he taught us and would have wanted us to. The stories he shared with us we will share with our children and we will also share our memories of him with them. Angel R Collazo will live on in our hearts and souls.
"Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us everyday,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very Dear."

 
 
 
 

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From: Melody Acevedo Saturday, September 13, 2014
My grandpa he was loved by many and touched a lot of hearts throught his life , he was a role model to us .I known you to be the strongest man in our family you will always be a role model and you will always have a place in each and everyone of our hearts . through it is a very sorrowful day to know you are not here with us in person . On the other hand you will always be there in spirit to watch over us . I know your up there with my uncles Eddie and Al watching over us and protecting us . You are never truly gone . Rest In Peace Grandpa we love you.



From: Ines Collazo Friday, September 12, 2014
He served on the First Marine Corp District Marine Barracks, USNB, Norfolk, Virginia. He was Honorably discharged July 27, 1966. His rank was LCPL (E-3). He went on a good will tour for two years ad was on board the ship around the Cuban Crisis and the death of Trujillo in Dominican Republic. He was respectable person. God bless LCPl Angel Collazo Berlanga, we had a cousin Angel Rafael Berlanga who lost his life in Vietnam Nam in the 60's. Angels, cousins are together again. Love you both. Take care of yourselves till we meet again, Ines



From: Ines Collazo Friday, September 12, 2014
SEMPER Fi my Marine, my brother. marines the few the proud. Once a Marine always a Marine. These are the words he always spoke. He was so proud to be called a United States Marine. When ever he met a Marine on the streets he would salute and say SEMPER Fi. He served proud on the first MarineBa

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