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Albert Quihuis

Albert D Quihuis

Sunday, June 17th, 1979 - Saturday, May 23rd, 2020
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Obituary

Albert Daniel Quihuis, age 40, died of multiple sclerosis complications on May 23, 2020, at his home on the Campo Indian Reservation, Campo California.

Bert is survived by his wife Linda, daughters Juanita and Jeanette, sons Albert Jr and Danton; his father Al; his sisters Estella, Monica, Alicia, Angel, Andrea, Shenelle and Tami; his brothers Ruben, Daniel, David, Phillip, Bowie, Carlos and Tommy; his nieces Angelica, Josephina, Leilani, Allonna, Bianca, Lana, Deziray, Jayna, Gianna, Ysabel, Andrea, Victoria, Mia, Marley, Lucille, Inori, Annalea, Honey and Angel; his nephews Kenny, Amias, Benjamin, Warren, Henry, Selby, Mekhi, Josiah, Julian, Krux, Lakai, Matthew, Ian, Lucas, and Arrow.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Jeanette M. Chavez.

Bert was born on June 17, 1979 in San Diego, California, to parents Albert V. Quihuis and Jeanette Chavez. In 2003, he moved from Lemon Grove to Campo, where he lived for 17 years.
Bert was a great family man and a loving father. He married Linda Soto in 2010 and the couple had four children.

Bert was a loving man who was deeply involved in his children's lives for the majority of his life until he got sick. He enjoyed his eating, music, watching movies, his herbs and drinking beer. His family and friends will always remember him as a loyal person who made life long bonds.

A wake is scheduled for 6pm Friday May 29, 2020 at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church located at 36190 Church Road, Campo CA 91906 with the burial to follow Saturday May 30, 2020 at the same location at 10am. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Bert’s life. The family would like to thank everyone for their condolences and prayers.

Flowers and donations can be sent to East County Mortuary at 374 N. Magnolia Ave., El Cajon, CA 92020.
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Timothy pio (opie)

Posted at 12:22am
Albert was one of my best friends. He lived with me as he did with a lot of us. He was the greatest guy I think I ever met. For awhile we did everything together. We ran together , smoked together and even bled together. We fought side by side as kids. He was a true warrior in all respects. My parents loved him. Everyone who ever met him loved him. He had an infectious smile and laughed like none other. He will be greatly missed. Rest In Peace chino.
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JR Renales

Posted at 07:58pm
So many memories of this guy growing up. His smile and his company was contagious. Chino was nothing less than a warrior as he was always down to take care of those he called or considered family. We had good times on Worthington and all around SD. Remember when you lived at our house 😂 and the times my moms kicked you out almost on the daily cuz you were always there. Anyways, I got you 75 trees...don’t let them fade bro. I know your unwavering smile will continue to shine down as you’ve always done around us. I’m glad to know that you are in a better place and we’ll see you later. You’ve always been a warrior and true to those around you. Much love homie!
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Albert Marceau

Posted at 01:06pm
Bert was my good friend. We had a lot of good times together and I will miss him a lot. With heartfelt condolences, to Linda and his family.
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Jenny Dueñas

Posted at 11:02pm
Chino was a good friend of mine in high school. So many memories. Chilling at my house or on the green box outside Opies. He honestly did have a kind heart always has your back and never let you down. He will be missed but never forgotten.
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Jenn Lindley

Posted at 09:08pm
My deepest condolences to your family. Alby was a dear friend. We knew each other since we were in middle school together. Many memories, fun times, and life experiences. Although we did not see much of each other after high school, I always considered Alby one of my closest and beloved friends. Alby was like family to us. There was a time in high school that he was at my house almost every day. He took my sister Maria to the JROTC Ball and my friend Katherine's Debut. We made trips to the Drive-in, Undergrounds, beach parties, hanging out at my parents house, walking home from school, late night drives, so many good times. I remember he would always help me carry my son in his car seat everytime we went somewhere. My son was a heavy boy! 😁 He always insisted. That's the kind of friend, Alby was. Always generous, helpful, respectful to my parents, kind-hearted, genuine, and the most loyal friend. I can go on and on. I'm forever grateful to have known him and have him in my life. Rest in Paradise, friend.
Love always,
Jenn Lindley
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