Love and memories last forever...
  • 71 years old
  • Born on October 17, 1947 .
  • Passed away on February 10, 2019 .
Juan Carlos Alonsoperez, known as JC, passed on Feb 10, 2019, at age 71 after a brave fight with ocular melanoma.
He was born in Uruguay and came to the USA as a young man looking for adventure. He was beloved for his generosity and humor and enthusiastic zest for life. He was an avid chef, and loved to travel.
Survived by his wife, Sandy, nee Sprauer, his brother Rafael (Tita) in Puerto Rico, his sister-in-law Cindy Boyer (Dennis) and his family in Uruguay: sisters-in-law Scarlett Chiossi and Martha Alonsoperez, nieces and nephews Ana Inez Alonsoperez-Cassella, Maria Laura Orsi-Alonsoperez, Francisco Alonsoperez-Bordon, Maria Jose Brito-Alonsoperez, Martin Alonsoperez-Chiossi, and their children.
Predeceased by his Father Joaquin and mother Julia (Chi-Chi) Alonsoperez-Miguez and his brothers Joaquin and Jaime.
He worked in many positions including many years as a journeyman moldmaker at Wheaton Industries and a technician at Verizon.
Memorial tributes may be made in support of Dr. Sato's research or his patient advocacy, online at https://giving.jefferson.edu or mail to Office of Institutional Advancement, 125 S. Ninth St., Philadelphia PA 19107 or phone 877-JEFF-GIFT. Be sure to include Dr. Sato and the contact name Sandy.
Invitamos a la misa miercoles 19.30 in la catedral de Maldonado, Uruguay.
Friends and relatives will be received at Woodruff United Methodist Church, 4 East Finley Rd, Bridgeton, NJ 08302 on Saturday, Feb 16 at 10am, Services 11am. Interment private at the convenience of the family.
Posted by Albert Voegtlin on February 28, 2019
Dear Sandy and family,
We are so sorry to just hearing about the death of your precious love J.C. He was a very special, jolly, funny, and caring gentleman. Our prayers are with you and family always. Love always and forever, Albert Voegtlin and Diana Rodriguez
Posted by Jorge Lazo on February 18, 2019
Nuestros mas sentido pésame a su esposa y familiares, Juan Carlos era un gran amigo y un amante de las cosas simples de la vida como , viajar , cocinar , hacer amigos donde quiera que se hiciera conocer , se fue un gran amigo, se le va extrañar.
Donde quiera que estés Juan Carlos , recibe un muy fuerte abrazo.
         Chiquitin y Betty
Posted by Mary Ann Lear on February 14, 2019
Sandy,
Our depest condolences to you and the family. JC had such a zest for life and his jokes, laughs, and stories will be missed. Praying for you.
Love,
Mary Ann & family
Posted by Barbara Adams on February 14, 2019
Dearest Sandy I’m sending my heartfelt Sympathy, I know JC will be missed and my condolences to your entire family! Lovingly, Barbara
Posted by Victor Bermudez on February 14, 2019
Condolences to the entire family and may God bless all with peace. Have known Juan Carlos for many years and have fond memories of fun times and adventures full of laughter. I will be missing his daily Spring and Summer bike rides by my home on Richards rd., occasionally stopping by and talking about life. He was ill for a good while, but he was very courageous and upbeat always which was his strength. may God receive him with open arms and he will be sadly missed by those that knew him.
Posted by Lori Benelisha on February 14, 2019
My deepest condolences to Sandy and the rest of JC's family. JC was a brave and extremely positive person who exuded good will and friendliness. His was a life well lived and I know everyone who ever met him will remember him with a smile.

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