Jaime Verduzco, age 89, of Chicago, Illinois, passed away on October 02, 2020, after having several health complications.
Jaime was born on February 01, 1931, to Alejandro Verduzco del Toro and Antonia Navarro, in Zamora, Michoacán, México. One of his greatest dreams was of becoming a great boxer just like Raúl Ratón Macías and he won the Golden Gloves in 1949. Jaime registered with the Selective Service in 1960 and was ready if ever called to serve this great nation. He loved baseball, especially the White Sox, along with sports and convertible cars. One of Jaime’s favorite sayings of all time was “Iguanas ranas” which means same here.
Jaime, Beloved husband of María Magdalena Maricela Medal Magaña,
Loving father of Marie Antoniette Verduzco, Olga Verduzco, and Jaime Armando (Berenice) Verduzco,
Cherished Grandfather of Olivia Magdalena Verduzco, Luca Dominic Verduzco and Lia Camila Verduzco,
Dear brother of the late Olivia Espejel Verduzco, Alfredo Verduzco, Enrique Verduzco, Antonio Verduzco, and Jorge Verduzco,
Fond uncle of José Luis Espejel Verduzco, Guadalupe Espejel Denette, Olivia Espejel Verduzco, Antonio Verduzco, Marco Antonio (Alejandra) Verduzco, Sonia (Francisco) Rodríguez, Enrique Verduzco, Yolanda Verduzco, Silvia Verduzco, Alejandro Verduzco and Rose Mary (Stephen) Drago,
Great-Uncle of Malissa, Miguel, Esmeralda, Erika, Dyanna, Vanessa, Armando, David, Juan, Enrique, Jorge, Felipe, Alejandro, Gina, Nicole, Joanne and Mia.