Roberto Gonzalez Camarillo
February 20, 1950 - August 1, 2020
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Ascension Catholic Cemetery & Mausoleum
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Round Lake, IL 60073
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Robert Gonzalez Camarillo, age 70, of Round Lake, Illinois, passed away on August 1, 2020, at his home. He was born on February 20, 1950, to Jesus and Inglantina (Gonzalez) Camarillo in Carrizo Springs, TX. On July 14, 1973, he was united in marriage to Yolanda Vasquez in Chicago, IL. Robert was a skilled tradesman…

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Michael and Lila Perera left a message on August 7, 2020:
Dearest Yolanda and Camarillo Family, Mike and I were sadden to hear of the passing of Robert. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We wish you healing and peace during these sad days. Respectfully, Lila and Michael Perera
Dolores and Adrian Vasquez left a message on August 6, 2020:
We, Robert's cousins from Texas were saddened to learn of his passing. His special smile and laughter will never be forgotten. We are thankful to have shared memories with him and family. We will miss him but he will never be forgotten. Yolanda, wishing you and the rest of the Carmarillo family peace and comfort during this time. Sending healing prayers, Dolores and Adrian Vasquez and family
Rosario Medina Salazar left a message on August 6, 2020:
My Deepest Condolences to the Camarillo Family and extended family. My prayers and my thoughts are with you Friday. Robert had a unique personality which I will never forget. May He Rest In Peace. From your cousin in San Antonio, Texas Kisses and Hugs Rosario Medina Salazar
Fransisca C. Medina left a message on August 6, 2020:
08/-6/2020 In loving memory to my dear cousin Robert, I will miss you and our time together in San Antonio, Texas. I smile now as I remember watching you sit in the back patio working your puzzles while listening to the sounds of 107.5, the Tejano station. How you seemed so relaxed even with the 100-degree climbing temperature outside, you absolutely loved the hot weather here. It was funny that you could never let a broken thing stay broke, you always had to find a way to fix it, even though we could just go out and buy it. You also never liked items that were rusty. In Texas, rusty things are the fashion, but you got hold of my red spray paint and sprayed my garden star, my mother’s chimes, my rustic bell until finally you ran out of paint. Your best part of visiting SA was the Fiesta downtown and your taste for a Mexican tripas taco. We hit the same Mexican restaurant that served tripas all day! And we spent many a time there. I also remember watching you and Yolanda standing in front of the stage at the Tejano Music Explosion. Swaying to the music and sometimes you and Landa would enjoy a cumbia and some slow dancing to the sounds of the late jimmy Gonzales and his band Mazz, Jay Lopez, Ram Herrera, and many others that you came to see in person. The most precious thing that I remember and noticed was your total love for Yolanda. I have been there from the beginning and have watched you and Landa together since you all first met, got married and had the boys, the love was so sincere, making sure your family was always happy and comfortable. You both were truly devoted soul mates. I will miss your SA visits, the way you called me ‘Fran’, your red face when you laughed and most of all your endless love and kindness. God gained another Angel to look after his family and friends. All my love Robert and may God bless you and welcome you into His heavenly garden. Thy will be done. All my love and sincere comfort to my extended family, Landa, Roger and Windy also, to my grand cousins, Rey, Roger II, Katrina, and Jacob. I will see you when I see you. Your Cuz, Frances
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