My life and world changed forever this morning when I found out you left this world in your sleep. You lived a very long 90 years and have quite a story behind your life. You were a soldier in the Korean War, an English teacher in Puerto Rico, a USPS Postal worker, a Deacon for Saint Joseph's Church, a husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and even a great-great grandfather. To me and the familia you were Papá, the Patriarch of our family. As I sit here writing this I can still feel your lips on my cheek when you kissed me yesterday afternoon; my final earthly farewell from you. I thank you for the man you were to all of us; for your big heart. I'm grateful you met my little girl. I will tell her stories about you. I hope you visit me in my dreams when you can. I love you so much and forever. Rest In Peace Deacon Abraham Santiago.