Reynaldo Guerrero Jr. graduated from this life on January 30, 2021, just shy of his 54th birthday on February 5th. He was a beloved friend, son, uncle, and brother.
Born and raised in Nampa, Idaho, Rey was closest to his younger sister, Andrea. As he would say, she was his soft spot. Rey was a spirited child who enjoyed playing pranks on family and friends. He was always the life of the party growing up. His brother, Robert, knew that when Rey was attending the gathering, it would be a fun one.
Rey enjoyed being a part of the family bowling league as a child and continued this passion into adulthood. He loved performing magic tricks and playing Dungeons and Dragons. He taught friends and family how to play chess and could solve a Rubik’s cube in a minute and 30 seconds. As an avid fan of Star Wars, he had collected lots of memorabilia throughout his life. He was full of passion, gifted with a clever mind and infectious laugh.
Rey was the definition of a miracle and led his life through the message, “I am responsible. Whenever anyone, anywhere reaches out for help, I want my hand always to be there.” Rey took care of so many people throughout the years making house calls, giving rides, and spreading a message of hope-anytime day or night. He wore his scars openly - knowing that in God’s hands, the dark past was the greatest possession he had. He was able to help countless people throughout their darkest times. No person was beyond forgiveness and he lived this way through God’s grace.
Rey was a dedicated and hard worker in school and throughout his working career. He graduated from Boise State in 2017, with honors as magna cum laude, with his degree in Psychology. His co-workers and employers at the Auto Ranch were grateful for his years of dedication and went above and beyond to support him in the end. We would like to thank Meridian Auto Ranch Outlet for their kindness and dedication.
Rey is survived by his father Rey Guerrero Sr. and his wife Trudy Lynn Guerrero, sister Andrea Guerrero Crabtree, brother Robert Guerrero, brother Francis Holsclaw, nieces Destiny, Jordan, and Jackie, and nephews Justin, Noah, Alex, Kai, and Braden as well as many cousins and countless beloved friends.
He is preceded in death by his mother Sharon D. Larry, his grandparents Martin & Belia G. Salas, grandparents Francis and Ardith Hughes, and uncles Ramone Guerrero and Marcello Salas.
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