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Pedro Luis Trujillo

January 31, 1942 — September 22, 2023

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Pedro L. Trujillo, born on January 31, 1942, in Havana, Cuba to the late Jose B. and Anna Trujillo embarked on his final journey on September 22, 2023, surrounded by his loving family and the cherished memories of a life well-lived.

 

Pedro’s life was marked by enduring love and commitment. He shared 57 beautiful years of marriage with the love of his life, creating a bond that was an inspiration to all who knew them. Their love story began on a double date in NYC, NY, a moment that would set the stage for a

lifelong romance.

 

As a loving father, Pedro was the proud patriarch of three wonderful boys who were the center of his world. Pedro was a pillar of strength and guidance to his three sons. He instilled in them the values of hard work, integrity, and compassion, qualities that continue to enrich the lives of those around them. He took immense pride in watching his sons grow into the remarkable men they became.

 

Pedro’s legacy extended even further as he delighted in the roles of grandfather “Bello” to eight cherished grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. His family held a special place in his heart, and he reveled in the joy and laughter they brought into his life. Beyond his immediate family, Pedro was a beloved brother to his sister, uncle to two nieces and a dear friend to countless individuals who admired him for his warmth, kindness, positivity, and

unwavering support.

 

Throughout his life, Pedro was a successful entrepreneur who co-owned several businesses and homes with his beloved wife. Their partnership was a testament to the strength of their relationship, founded on trust, love, and mutual respect.

 

One of Pedro’s greatest passions was traveling, and he had the privilege of seeing much of the world, witnessing the beauty of many destinations, as a platinum customer of multiple cruise lines, he embraced the thrill of the open sea, creating lasting memories with his family, close friends and connecting with people from different cultures.

 

As we bid farewell to Pedro, we remember a man whose love, wisdom, and generosity touched the lives of many. Pedro’s warm and welcoming spirit endeared him to everyone he met. He was a friend to many and admired by countless individuals who were fortunate enough to cross his path. His kindness, generosity, and infectious laughter left a lasting impression on all who had the privilege of knowing him. His legacy will endure through the love he shared with his family, the memories he created with friends, and the businesses he built. Pedro’s spirit will live on in the hearts of his family and close friends, reminding us to cherish our loved ones, embrace adventure, and always value the gift of friendship.

 

Pedro is preceded in death by his son, Alexander Halphen.

 

Pedro is survived by his wife, Norys Trujillo [Nee Fleites]; sons, Mario H. Halphen [Maria Halphen] and Jose L. Trujillo [Esther Quintero]; as well as grandchildren, Stephanie, Tara, Crystal, Mario Steven, Brandon, Alexander, Angel, and Miquel; and four great grandchildren.

 

Per Pedro’s wishes, a private cremation will be held in his honor. Rest in peace, Pedro. You will forever be missed and never forgotten.

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