Albert Alvaro Carriles, Jr.

March 1, 2023

Albert Alvaro Carriles, Jr., 69, passed away Friday, February 24, 2023, in Molino, FL. He was born December 25, 1953, in New Orleans, LA. Albert was a member of the United States Marine Corp, a volunteer firefighter and worked in heavy equipment and land clearing for Expert Excavation and Land Clearing. Albert loved to dance and spoil his grandchildren, play cards with his mom, and go to Louisiana to the farm to hunt and clear land. He also loved to do woodworking. He had the biggest heart and would try to help everyone he could. He was loved by his family and friends.

Albert is preceded in death by his father, Albert Alvaro Carriles, Sr.

Albert is survived by his three sons, Michael Carriles (Melissa), Jonathan Carriles and Matthew Carriles; five grandchildren, Joeseph Carriles, Jordan Carriles, Colt Carriles, Maddie Carriles and Sadie Carriles; mother, Anna May Frederick Carriles; five sisters and one brother, Linda Murphy (Johnnie), Betty Aldridge (Steve), Mary Trujillo (Joe, deceased), Robert Carriles (Sue), Judy Champagne and Pattie Martinez (David), and many nieces and nephews and a lot of animals.

There will be an inurnment at Barrancas National Cemetery, NAS Pensacola, at a later date.

His sons, Mike and Matt left him five dollars for his journey in the afterlife.


One Response to “Albert Alvaro Carriles, Jr.”

  1. Debbie Bush on March 6th, 2023 1:59 pm

    Rest In Peace Mr. Carriles. It was a pleasure knowing you thru the years not only as a car lot customer but a personal friend as well.

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