In memory of

Mauricio Iglesias

December 6, 1949 -  May 16, 2018

Mauricio “El Ingeniero” Ernesto Iglesias, 69, of Brampton, Ontario, passed away, Wednesday, May 16, 2018 at his home.

Mauricio was born Dec 06, 1949 in San Miguel, El Salvador to Ana Julia Iglesias and Jose Benjamin Diaz. He was a student and became President of the student council at Escuela Renovada Ofelia Herrera and also went to Liceo Salvadoreño High School. On Dec 16, 1978 he married Hilma Elizabeth Rodas. Mauricio was an amateur boxer, did karate and played div 2 soccer as a goalie. He eventually settled as a DJ enjoying his passion of music. Here in Toronto he bacame an electronic technician mainly working on printers and as a hobby helped his friends and family with their computer and laptop problems where he earned his nickname "El Ingeniero" (The Engineer).

Mauricio is survived by his wife Hilma Iglesias, three daughters, Irene Martin and her husband Gabriel, Claudia Iglesias and Leslie Gonzalez and her husband Juan and two sons Mauricio E Iglesias II and Fabrizzio Iglesias and wife Cecilia; eleven grandchildren, Alexandra "Ally" and Olivia "Livie" Martin, Sierra, Isabella "chata" and Mia "chele" Iglesias, Melanie and Sarai Gonzalez, Antonio and Sofia Iglesias, Fabrizzio and Emma Iglesias, his sisters Regina Iglesias and Ana Cecilia Iglesias, his brothers Rafael Iglesias and Jose A Iglesias and several nieces and nephews.
An Angel whispered
take my hand and
come with me
you're work here is done.

I went away to a place
where there's no tears, nor sorrow
only laughter and smiles,
there will always be a Tomorrow.

As I move amongst the clouds.
I'll look down and smile upon you,
while the angels
sing a heavenly song.

I am not alone
all who went before
are here
they awaited my return.

I know you'll grieve
and wish I was still here
I am here in the memories
you hold dear.

Remember how much I
love you
and know I took your
love with me.

I did not wish for 
you to cry, nor feel sad.
My pain is gone and
I am Free!

Soon you'll come to me
until then
God will be with you
Just as He's with me

- Family Friend Poems 


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Mauricio Iglesias (Son)

Entered May 20, 2018 from Brampton

I love you papi!

Jose Alberto Iglesias (Brother)

Entered May 20, 2018 from 626 Wellelein Rd.Uniondale.New York

Siempre vivirás en mi corazón,siempre serás el mejor hermano...Siempre!!!!

Virginia Rudbi Iglesias (Sister in Law)

Entered May 20, 2018 from 626 Wellelein Rd.Uniondale.New York

Un gran ser humano...Como cuñado fue y será el mejor!!!

Maria anjos (Friend from sears)

Entered May 21, 2018 from Lisbon

My deepest condolences to you Hilma and family. I am very sorry for your loss, I believe we will all meet again on the other side, where there is no pain or sorrow. I will keep you in my prayers. Send my love to you and family. Maria Anjos.

Ilene Barrett (Family in marriage)

Entered May 21, 2018 from Paris Il

He was a kind sweet man and a great father to nessa and all. So very sorry for your loss. He will be missed by all.

Life Stories 

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Mark Soares (Family forever)

Entered May 22, 2018 from Brampton

Tio Morris is someone who would give everything.. he had the kindest heart and most sweetest soul.. full of humbleness and humility.. I remember when I would come home everyday from work and I worked Monday to Sunday.. he would say to me.. "you must have allot of money.. you work allot" I would reply "no I don't.. that's why I work allot cuz I have no money" he then would ask me.. "how long till you retire?" I would reply "owe not for another 30 years or so" he would then say "for me.. 6 years.. 4 months 3 days" lol.. he always had that humour and sensitivity that would warm anyone around him.. I also was not easy on the drugs and alcohol at the time.. Tio Morris would never judge me.. he has seen me at my worst and has never ever judges or disregarded me.. he has treated me like part of the family since day one.. thank you so much Tio Morris.. you will always be remembered and you will live on in our memories and our hearts.. I love you Tio


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