November 3, 2020, 55, Goldsboro
Andres Joaquin “Tiger” Villalonga, 55, unexpectedly passed away Tuesday, November 3, 2020. He was born in Chicago, Illinois on October 22, 1965. Andres was the son of Pedro Joaquin Villalonga and the late Shirley Nunn Villalonga.
Andres was a family man who will be remembered as a loving and devoted husband, father, son, brother, and friend. He had a helpful, caring, and giving spirit and would always go the extra mile to make sure the person he was helping was well taken care of. Andres was always looking to make someone else’s day a little brighter. He loved his country and was proud to be a part of such a patriotic family.
Services to celebrate Andres’ life will be held at a later date in Florida and Poland.
In addition to his father, Andres is survived by his wife, Izabela Villalonga; daughter, Christina Cruze; son, Michael Cruze; siblings, Peter Shawn Villalonga, Eduardo Joaquin Villalonga, and Ruby Dawn Villalonga; step-mother, Adela Villalonga; step-brother, Charles Fernandez and several nieces and nephews.
In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his daughter, Ashley Villalonga and son, Andres Villalonga, Jr.
Online condolences may be sent to www.seymourfuneralhome.com.
Andres loved this poem, entitled “Hello God”
I called tonight to talk awhile…I need a friend who will listen to my anxiety and trial.
You see, I can’t quite make it through a day just on my own. I need your love to guide me, so I’ll never feel alone.
I want to ask you to please help my family and friends, to keep them safe and sound. Come fill their lives with confidence for what ever fate they’re bound.
Give me faith dear God, to face each hour throughout the day, and not to worry over things I can’t change in any way.
I thank you God for being home and listening to my call, for giving me such good advice, when I stumble and when I fall.
Your number, God is the only one that answers every time. I never get a busy signal, never had to pay a dime.
So thank you, God, for listening to my troubles and my sorrow. Good night, God, I love you too, and I will call again tomorrow.