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Emilio E. Campos

d. August 15, 2021

WORCESTER - Emilio Esteban Campos, 30, passed away Sunday, August 15.

He leaves his daughter, Emily Rosa Campos of Worcester; his mother and step-father, Rosa M. Hernandez and Ernesto M. Cortez-Leiva of Worcester; his maternal grandmother, Maria L. Hernandez of Worcester; his maternal grandfather, Jose F. Hernandez, who predeceased him; two half-brothers, Marcelo Jose Cortez of Worcester and Mark Anthony Campos of Philadelphia, PA; two step-sisters, Tiana Cortez and Angelina Cortez, both of Florida; his nephews Jackson Steele, Antonio Steele, and Cairo Cortez-Moore in Florida; Marta Leiva who was like another grandmother; his girlfriend and step-daughter, Misheline Quinones and Jailine Martinez-Quinones of Acton; his aunt, Clara Pastor and her husband Lautaro Pastor of Worcester; his uncle, Jose F. Hernandez, Jr. of Worcester; his cousins, Geovani Pastor and his wife Krystyn of Worcester; Stephanie Pastor of Worcester and her fiancée Nicholas Poli; Nicholas Hernandez-Degon of Auburn; his father, Felix E. Campos of Worcester; his paternal grandmother, Sandra Villanueva of Worcester; his paternal grandfather, Felix Campos and wife Aida of Palmer; his uncle Samson Campos; his uncle William Davila-Campos who predeceased him; cousin Teisha N. Campos; friends, Jeremy, Melvin, Al, Fab, and many other close cousins and friends.

He was born in Worcester and graduated from the Worcester Technical High School. He was a counselor at the Department of Youth Services.
Emilio was a wonderful son, a loving brother, a good friend, and most importantly, the greatest Papi to his beautiful daughter who he adored. His favorite thing to do was spend time with his daughter and watch all the seasons of their favorite classic shows and cartoons, such as The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, The King of Queens, and Emily's favorite, Hey Arnold! He also liked taking his step-daughter, Jai, to their favorite restaurant, Pub 99. Emilio enjoyed his mother's annual Halloween parties, just as much as she did! He would never dance, and say the only move he knew how to do was "The Carlton Dance". He had a big hat collection; you would never see him without one.

Emilio had so much positivism and wisdom to share with everyone he came in contact with. He was the most selfless person you would ever know. Regardless of what he was going through, he always put everyone else's needs first and was always there to listen and lend a shoulder to cry on, if needed. We will always remember his outgoing personality, infectious laugh, thoughtfulness, and truly warm heart. Emilio has made a big impact in this world and will be greatly missed by all.
A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday, August 24 at 11am in Callahan Fay Caswell Life Celebration Home, 61 Myrtle St. Burial will follow in Hope Cemetery. Visiting Hours are Monday, August 23 from 4 to 7pm in the funeral home. A Go Fund Me page has been established for funeral expenses and a college fund for his daughter, Emily;
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