Victor Rovira
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Obituary of Victor Manuel Rovira

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In Loving Memory of Victor Rovira, aged 69, peacefully passed away on Thursday, February 1, 2024, at Broward Health Medical Center. Born on April 21, 1954, in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, to the late Enrique and Lydia Rovira, Victor was the youngest of three siblings, now reunited in heaven. On December 27, 1986, Victor married the love of his life, Justina (Judy) Rovira, after many years together, having first met on February 3, 1976. Together, they raised their beloved children: Jose Bujosa, Jennifer, and Emanuel Rovira. Victor leaves a lasting legacy, survived by three children, nine grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. A man of many talents, Victor was a foreman, a singer, a percussionist, and a composer of music and poetry. He had a passion for fishing and cooking a delicious seafood meal and was a skilled handyman, capable of building a home with just three sticks, a couple of nails, and a hammer. Victor excelled as a mechanic, electrician, and painter. Above all, he was known for his infectious laughter, pranks, and the ability to bring joy to everyone around him. He enjoyed good meals, loved Salsa music, and shared countless moments of laughter. As we remember Victor Rovira, let us celebrate his life and the love he had for his family, food, laughter, music and don't forget the dominos, Capicú...

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2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wednesday, February 7, 2024
Joseph A. Scarano Presidential Circle Memorial Chapel
4351 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, Florida, United States
(800) 423-5901


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Victor Rovira

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Victor Rovira

1954 - 2024

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