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Armando G Perez

1953 ~ 2021 (age 68)

Obituary

Armando G. Perez, 68, of Indianapolis, IN  went to be with God on Sunday October 31, 2021.  He passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by his loving family after a long battle with Prostate cancer.  He was born Friday October 9th, 1953, former resident of Joliet, IL.

Armando attended A.O. Marshall Elementary, Gompers Junior High School, and graduated from Joliet East High School, class of '73.  While at Joliet East he was a proud Kingsmen Wrestler alongside his Perez Brothers.  He developed a wrestling move that is still used today called the "2 on 1".  He was respectively and lovingly called "Superman" because of his strength.  He was Athlete of the week, more than once.

He's survived by his loving wife, Mary.  Children; Armando Perez (Rachele), William Delira (Misty), Lolita Ramirez, Jennifer Arnold (Nicholas), Miguel Perez, Tadd Robinette (Shelby) Trevor Robinette.  As well as all 30 Grandchildren and 10 Great Grandchildren.  Siblings; Miguel Perez Juarez,, Alfonso Jr Perez (Breatice), Ricardo Perez (Dora), Jose Perez (Christie), Virginia Bradley (Phillip).  And numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He is preceded by his parents Alfonso Sr and Victoria G. Perez.  Sister Enriqueta Pina.  Son Thomas "TJ" Robinette.

Visitation for Armando G. Perez will be held Friday November 5, 2021 from 2p-5p at Indiana Memorial Funeral & Cremation Care, 3562 W. 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN  46222.

Armando Perez, 68, was born on Friday October 9th of 1953, in Mission, Texas.  He started his life in Texas where he went on to Illinois and then in 1995, he planted his feet in Indiana.  He was a proud Dad of 8 children which they then blessed him with 30 grandchildren.  And his grandchildren blessed him with 10 great grandchildren.  He was an awesome Dad and Papa.  His nieces and nephews are a whole other story and he will tell you in a heartbeat he loved them all.  If there was anything they needed all they had to do was ask "Uncle Mondo" and he would do whatever he could for them.

He had two sisters and four brothers.  When they all got together the stories and laughter never ended.  To him that was his best time being with his siblings.  He would talk about them working on the fields together or standing at the bus stops, and about their wrestling days.

He would say back in the wrestling days, or in his Kingsmen days he was known as "Superman".  But the coach would call him "Horse" because during practice he was always working hard.  Many may not know but he invented a wrestling move called the "2 on 1" that is still taught to this very day.  He even made Athlete of the week, more than once.

He bore many names in his life like Big Mundo, Uncle Mondo, Papa, Pops, Brother, Cuz, Son, or Dad.  But the name he wore with a smile is Husband.  When he decided to marry his Mary, it was like he was a youngster all over again.  They would just take off and go on a road trip to wherever the wind took them, meaning they would get lost along the way too.  He was always down for whatever as long as he had Mary by his side.  And a blessing she was because she did just that.  She was there right by his side through everything.  He would always tell the story about when they were getting married and his sister Virginia was doing their vows and she said "okay Mary now is your time to run or forever hold your peace" and she said "No, I'm staying".  Thank goodness she did, she stood by him loving him and taking care of him.

But now he can rest easy and be in peace and watch over all his loved ones.  Thank you for being in our lives.

                                                                                                    Armando Guerrero Perez

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Services

Visitation
Friday
November 5, 2021

2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Indiana Memorial - Indianapolis, Indiana, Indianapolis

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