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Memorial Service Planned for Marco A. Rivera

Marco A. Rivera also known as "Juanga Billy" of Estate Profit died on April 27.
He is survived by his son, Marco A. Rivera Jr.; stepdaughter, Cianna Matta; godson, Vashhawn Elliot; girlfriend, Shenel Hendricks; sisters: Olga, Tomasita and Judith Rivera; brother, Andres Rivera; aunt: Daniela Velazquez; uncles: Miguel Velazquez and German Velazquez; former sisters-in-law: Eleanor James and Esther Bristol; brother-in-law, Roberto Suarez; nieces and nephews: Nancy, Olguita, Daly, Sheba, Conejo, Jessica, Lissy, Cindy, Machito, Julissa, Jamal T. Rivera, Rosita, Eric, Robert, Beverly, Adrian, Andres, Manuel, Zuleyka, Thamara, Josh, Jeremy, Reva, Iky, Brandon, Rey, Kiara, Junito, Chacha, Britney, Sully, Joey, Ito , Esmeralda, D’lo, Bembi, Jay-Jay, Bebush, Angel, Estrellita, Chaos, Ania and Nene.
He is also survived by nieces and nephews-in-law: Rhea T. Herrera, Lisa Berry, Edgardo Berrios, Leonardo Rodriguez, Carlos J. Carrion, Carlos Crispin and Gregory Farrelly; cousins: Orlando, Olga Iris and Juan Luis Pereira, Madelyn Felix, Nilsa, Miguelina, Normita, Marixa, Elias, Milagros and Marcial Velazquez; special friends: Luis Omar, Muff, Talabe, Robby, Benji, Tempo, Luigi, Sean, Juni, Oky, Sonia, Neida, Merry, Nancy, Chica, Jeffrey, Chago, Joanna, Lilin, Papo, Karachi, Brandon, Verna, Troy, Shadow, Cheo, Kareem, Jesse, Milagros, Mana Luz, Mrs. Mona, Velda, Troy, Diane, Carlitos, Marlon, Boops, Joel, Anthony, Maxim, Eric, Anthony, Amarylis, LaBelle, the community Of Harvey Project and Machuchal; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.
A memorial service will be held at 9 a.m. on Thursday, July 28, at the Kingshill Memorial Chapel.
All arrangements are by James Memorial Funeral Home Inc.

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