Angelito Hernandez, also known affectionately as Chito, passed away on January 15, 2024. He was born on July 29, 1944, in the Philippines to his parents Ines and Maximo Hernandez. Angelito's loving and warm personality made him a cherished figure among family and friends. Throughout his life, he had a knack for making others feel at ease with his kind nature and sense of humor.
Angelito dedicated many years of service to the United States Postal Service, where he worked diligently. His commitment and dedication to his career were commendable. Additionally, Angelito served in the United States Navy for 25 years, exemplifying his loyalty and love for his country.
One of Angelito's proudest accomplishments was raising his four children: Ron Hernandez, Theresa Hays, Arlene Hernandez, and Oliva Kosky. He instilled in them values of love, respect, and perseverance that will continue to be passed down through generations.
Angelito's fondest memories revolved around spending quality time with his family. Holidays were particularly special to him as they brought his loved ones together. Whether it was cheering on his favorite teams, the Dodgers and the Lakers, or simply enjoying each other's company, every moment shared with family held immense importance to Angelito.
He leaves behind a legacy of love and precious memories. Angelito is survived by his beloved wife Nora Hernandez along with their children Ron Hernandez, Theresa Hays, Arlene Hernandez, and Oliva Kosky.
Angelito adored being a grandfather. Mia Hays, Grant Hays, Lincoln Kosky, Bennett Kosky, Nora Kosky, and Eden Kosky brought immeasurable joy into Angelito's life. He treasured every moment spent with them, watching them grow and flourish.
The services to honor Angelito's life will be held at the Forest Lawn - Long Beach - Memorial Chapel located at 1500 East San Antonio Drive, Long Beach, CA 90807. The visitation events will take place on February 5th and 6th from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM, allowing family and friends to come together and pay their respects.
The funeral service will be held on February 7th, with the visitation starting at 9:30 AM and the official service commencing at 10:30 AM. The Forest Lawn - Long Beach - Memorial Chapel will provide solace and a perfect space to celebrate Angelito's life.
Angelito Hernandez will forever be remembered as a loving husband, dedicated father, proud grandfather, and loyal friend. His impact on the lives of those who had the pleasure of knowing him is immeasurable. As we mourn his loss, let us also celebrate the beautiful life he lived filled with love, laughter, and cherished memories. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
Service map data © OpenStreetMap contributors
© 2023 Forest Lawn Memorial-Park Association
FOREST LAWN MEMORIAL-PARKS & MORTUARIES | Arcadia - FD 2186 | Cathedral City - FD 1847 | City of Industry - FD 2121 | Coachella - FD 640 | Covina Hills - FD 1150 | Cypress - FD 1051 | Glendale - FD 656 | Hollywood Hills - FD 904 | Indio - FD 967 | Long Beach - FD 1151 | Whittier - FD 2302
Health Insurance Coverage Transparency
Cigna • Kaiser