Alex Hernandez Obituary, Death – It is with a heavy heart that I must inform you of the demise of my brother-in-law, Alex Hernandez. On behalf of my family, I offer my condolences. We are grateful to each of you for your thoughts, prayers, and messages sent to the family. We are grateful for all of the affection. The following information is provided for anyone who might be interested in attending the funeral services if they are held. Canoga Park was Alex’s home during his childhood, and the city’s namesake high school was where he earned his diploma in 1971.
For over two decades, he was an employee at Phil’s Deli, which was located at the Farmer’s Market on the corner of Third and Fairfax streets. He loved photography and took many images of the people he met and the locations he went during his travels throughout New York, California, and Arizona. His favourite hobby was travelling. In addition to that, he delighted in joking about and making people laugh, as well as spending time with his family and friends. He had an optimistic outlook on life and lived each day to the utmost.
He is survived by his sisters Susan Acosta, Sandra Gibson, and Betty Frymire, as well as his brothers Robert Hernandez, Richard Hernandez, Joseph Hernandez, and Arthur Hernandez. His brothers are also named Hernandez. In addition, he is survived by eleven nieces and nephews, twenty great nieces and nephews, one great-great niece, and extended family members. He also had twenty great-great nieces and nephews. Guadalupe G. Hernandez, his father; Betty L. Hernandez, his mother; Anthony Hernandez, and Michael Hernandez, his brothers; all predeceased him. On Thursday, September 3, 2020, from five o’clock in the evening to nine o’clock in the evening, Pastor Juan Diaz will officiate the visitation at Rose Family Funeral Home.