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    Friends Mourn the Loss of West Hollywood Community Member, Hector Monserratte

    A Facebook post by Alex Parra Rivery, announced the untimely death of community member and West Hollywood resident, Hector Monserratte on Saturday.

    “It is with absolute sadness and a feeling of devastation that Justin Jackson and I share the terrible news of the passing of our sweet Hector Monserratte,” reads the post. “We are heartbroken and emotionally depleted and will try and respond to everyone’s messages and calls as soon as possible. I know he will be missed greatly by so many. We will be putting together a GoFundMe in the next day or two to help his family with the unexpected expenses during this difficult time. 💔😭”

    Monserratte was widely known in the West Hollywood nightlife. Messages of condolences poured onto Monserratte’s Facebook timeline shortly after the announcement of his passing.

    “In loving memory of Hector Monserratte, a cherished member of the West Hollywood community for many years,” wrote Tony Mataras. “💔 Hector was always a warm and friendly face whenever I would bump into him in Weho, and I always appreciated his engagement on the socials. He kept me informed about Weho and Disneyland, and I kept him informed about Palm Springs. What a shocking loss announced today by his dear friends Alex Parra Rivera & Justin Jackson… Your love and warmth will be dearly missed, Hector. 🙏🕯😘 Some photos to celebrate a life well-lived.”

    “In loving memory of Hector Monserratte, whose vibrant spirit and love for life left an indelible mark on all who knew him,” wrote John D Mitchell. “Hector’s passion for Disneyland was unparalleled, his joy infectious as he led the way through the park, sharing laughter and creating cherished memories on every ride and adventure. His enthusiasm for fun outings was unmatched, bringing boundless happiness to those around him. Hector’s legacy of spreading joy will forever live on in the hearts of those he touched. Rest in peace, Hector, and may your love for life continue to inspire us all.”

    “Holy shit… this is awful,” posted Tony Mataras. “He was always a warm and friendly face whenever we bumped into each other in Weho, and I always appreciated his engagement on the socials. He kept me informed about what was going on in Weho and Disneyland, and I kept him informed about Palm Springs. What a loss…love and will miss you, Hector! 🙏🕯😘 Photos coming up!”

    “I’m devastated beyond words on the passing of a very dear friend, my mijo Hector Monserratte,” wrote Nelson Melegrito. “Throughout the years, his immeasurable support in my projects, events and charity work is without a doubt much valued and appreciated. His generosity and kindness is a rarity in today’s world and he will be greatly missed. 😔 😟.”

    “Hector Monserratte you were always so kind to me,” wrote Ronnie Friend Kroell. “Your love, light, and laughter were so contagious and will be truly missed. 🙏🏼💜🕊️”

    And the list of condolences, photos and shared memories go on and on on his Facebook timeline.

    Details on his death are not yet known. Information on memorial services will be updated when they become available.

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    Paulo Murillo
    Paulo Murillohttps://wehotimes.com
    Paulo Murillo is Editor in Chief and Publisher of WEHO TIMES. He brings over 20 years of experience as a columnist, reporter, and photo journalist. Murillo began his professional writing career as the author of “Love Ya, Mean It,” an irreverent and sometimes controversial West Hollywood lifestyle column for FAB! newspaper. His work has appeared in numerous print and online publications, which include the “Hot Topic” column in Frontiers magazine, where he covered breaking news and local events in West Hollywood. He can be reached at [email protected]

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    West
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    3 months ago

    Rest in peace

    Kiss it
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    3 months ago

    He had the sweetest voice and spirit, always something nice to say… he was always simply high on life and happy day in and day out, speaking of high I think I’m gonna do an eight ball before the ball drops tonight happy new year everybody

    TomSmart
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    3 months ago

    Very sad news indeed. By the way, death is ALWSYS “untimely”

    BrianH
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    3 months ago

    That’s categorically false. If someone is very elderly or fighting cancer, their death would not be untimely at all. It would be very much expected.

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