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Xavier R. Guerra

July 27th, 2019

He is survived by his loving mother, Rosemary Guerra; brother, Brody D. Przyby; grandparents: Rosemary Guerra and Abdel K. and Pamela L. Abunadi; great grandparents: Frances and Eusevio Guevara; uncles: Robert Infante, Jesse M. Guerra and Matthew I. Abunadi; aunts: Theresa M. Copland, Amira Abunadi and Alora Abunadi; dear father figure, Ryan Semon.

Loved ones that have preceeded Xavier in death: uncle, Anwar K. Abunadi and grandfather, Thomas M. Guerra.

“What can I say… Xavier was our X-Man. He was a very artistic and smart individual. Oh Yeah, and a sarcastic smart ass. At the same time, he was a respectable and caring person. He would try to help others as much as he could. When it came to work, he would give it his all. He was a hard-working man, had a little bit of OCD when it came down to it. After a long day, he would come home tired, but proud of his work.

Xavier was an amazing artist. He would find his peace in drawing. His art work was amazing and wicked at the same time. It’s how he expressed himself. His drawings told you a lot about what was going on in his head. If you know anything about art, you would know what he was going through, what he was thinking. He would draw a lot of his favorite characters from Dragon Ball Z. Dragon Ball Z was an anime show. I think he watched each episode one hundred times or more. I had Dragon Ball Z coming out of my ears. There is so much to say about Xavier. You had to know him to know what I am talking about.

He was a smart kid. If he didn’t know much about an issue or topic, he would research it. His mind was always turning. The words that would come out of his mouth (with the F word) had you listening. If you wanted a debate, he would give you one.

I could have kicked his butt in high school. He did enough to get by. He knew if he got all good grades, we would expect it all the time. He was smart but didn’t want to show it. He had regrets, but who doesn’t?

One last thing, (even though there is so much more to tell) he loved his little brother with all of his heart. They had a bond like no other. Brody looked up to him. Xavier would sit there, play video games and watch anime with him. He would give him pointers on games and drawings. They would have their own private conversation. Brody opened up to Xavier if something was bothering him. They were two different people, but so much in common. Brody loved his big brother.

He will be missed deeply by so many. He made such a positive impact on so many lives, even if you only met him once. He had you smiling with his humorous ways. Sometimes he would get on your last nerve on purpose. He was good at that! He’d have that smirk on his face, knowing he did his job..lol..

Xavier was one of a kind. He will always be in our hearts.

Until we meet again my son, my protector, my X-Man.

Love always and forever,
"Mom”

A private celebration of life will be held by Xavier’s family. Please reach out to Rosemary for details. Funeral arrangements entrusted with Calumet Park Funeral Chapel-Hobart. In lieu of flowers, donations to Xavier’s family to help with funeral costs will be appreciated.

Visitation
Calumet Park Funeral Chapel Hobart/Portage

Private - please contact Rosemary for additional information.

370 N. County Line Road, Hobart, IN 46342  VIEW MAP

T 219-940-3791
F 219-940-9794

Services
Calumet Park Funeral Chapel Hobart/Portage

Private - please contact Rosemary for additional information.

370 N. County Line Road, Hobart, IN 46342  VIEW MAP

T 219-940-3791
F 219-940-9794