Willy De La Paz Navarro, a beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew, and friend, passed away of natural causes on Sunday, November 28, 2021 in Farmers Branch, Texas. Willy was born to his parents, Jose Navarro and Blanca Villatoro on Thursday, March 24, 1988 in El Salvador. His family moved to Dallas, and Willy attended Pinkston High School. He eventually began working as a Trucking Dispatcher and with logistics for his families trucking company. He always had a watch on to keep the time to keep his trucks running on schedule. From the very beginning of his life, Willy was filled with joy and dreams. He was a class clown who loved to joke around and be silly. Willy loved to make people laugh and have a good time. Along with his jokes and wit, Willy was also quite the sweet charmer to those around him, especially the ladies. However, his heart belong to those in his family. He loved his family so very, very much.
Willy enjoyed many things in his life. He liked to be outside where he could fish out at Lake Lewisville with his fishing hat or go the ranch where he would practice shooting his pistol and riding 4-wheelers. He also was a master around the grill. He liked to cook and eat fajitas. Willy also liked other foods like breakfast omelets, tomato soup from Medieval Times, and stuffed chayote squash. Along with the foods he loved to eat, Willy also liked to enjoy micheladas with Clamato, celery, shrimp, cucumber, and a nice rim of Tajin. During game seasons, Willy cheered on the Dallas Cowboys and the Dallas Mavericks. He loved watching the games with his friends and family. When he was alone or wanted time to unwind, Willy would draw or do sketching. He was very good at making the images in his mind come to life on paper. Willy also loved traveling and going to different places, but he had a passion for the two places he called home- El Salvador and Dallas. He even commemorated his love for his two countries on a tattoo on his arm with El Salvador just above a United States Flag. He was proud of his El Salvadorian heritage, but he also loved being an American.
Willy De La Paz Navarro is proceeded in death by his father, Jose De La Paz Navarro, and his grandpa, Felix Villatoro. Willy Navarro is survived by his mother, Blanca Edith Villatoro; his brother Edwin Navarro, and his wife, Lizbeth; his sister Nancy Villatoro and her husband, Luis; his brother, Jose Franklin Navarro and his wife, Veronica; his nephews Brandon and his wife, Alex, Jason, Benjamin, Chris, Ezekiel, and Giannis; his nieces Heidi, Zaira, Blanquita, and soon to be niece London. Willy De La Paz Navarro is forever in the hearts of his uncles, aunts, cousins, and friends. Willy's joy and laughter will live on in the lives of his family and friends.
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