Angel M. Serrano, age 41, of Bridgeport has passed away into eternal rest on April 17, 2021 in his home in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Angel was born in Bayamon, Puerto Rico to the late Angel M. Serrano Sr. and Ana Serrano of Bridgeport but had relocated to the Bridgeport area since he was a toddler. He attended Bridgeport Schools and remained part of our city throughout the rest of his life. He is the husband of Yesenia Reyes, whom many graciously call Yessie, for almost 20 years. Together they had a beautiful family. Angel was a simple man, which really didn't ask much in return anywhere he went. He was always a giving person, who assisted in whatever capacity he could. He made friends wherever he went as he engaged people through conversation. In the past 10+ years, Angel focused his energy and efforts in the Bridgeport Caribe Youth Leaders organization initially as a coach. He not only spent time energizing and equipping the youth to play great baseball, but cultivated a mentorship with the players which he really enjoyed. He enjoyed it especially if it meant saving a young man or woman from ending up in an unfavorable situation. He made himself available to these scholar athletes even if it was just to listen to them. He not only instructed them in the fundamentals of the sport he gave them the tools necessary to be successful in life. "Coach Angel" was a great man who focused on the important things in life investing his energy into cultivating these young minds with positive options. At every game, at every event Angel gave 110% as a coach, mentor and friend. His family was his world and his children were the everything of his life. He wanted them to have great aspirations in life. He and Yesi took the children on road trips so that they could have different experiences. Those are the memories which are now priceless treasures which will be cherished for years to come. All who knew Angel can agree his passing is not only unexpected, unfortunate, but an extreme loss to those who knew this young man who did so much, experienced much, yet lived to help others avoid what he knew would be detrimental their success. He was street savy but knew enough to appreciate the good God has in store for those who trust in Him. He was a member at the Blessed Sacrament Church where he and his family attended mass. Coach Angel will forever be missed and may the work he did, speak for him for years to come! Besides his mother and wife, Angel leaves his children whom just loved their dad, Jadelis, Kiano Angel S., Angel, Angelani, Zachary, and Collagio; his grandson Tre Jones which he could not live a day without having him by his side and knowing he was perfect and his soon to be born Grandaughter Kailani Angel Serrano, whom is expected date to be gracing us with her presence on her grand dad's Birthday this year. His siblings Angel Luis, Jose, Sonia, Ismael, Xiomara, and Elizabeth; His grandmother Juana Serrano; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends whom will sorely miss him. Angel was predeceased by his son the late Anthony "Boobie" Padilla and his brother the late Carlos "Charlie" Serrano. Please be advised, entrance to the funeral home will be exclusively through the back door and a limited amount of persons will be permitted in the building at any given time. It is imperative that everyone be fully aware that Social distancing is always recommended and Masks must be worn over mouth and nose at all times while inside the facilities, per state law. Our main goal is to allow everyone to come in, pay their respects and continue outside to the exterior of the funeral home permitting others that may be in line trying to get in to pay their respects are able to do so. Therefore, when capacity is reached as soon as persons are exiting the same amount of persons exiting will be permitted to enter until God willing all have had an opportunity. Our only exclusive goal is to make sure, to the best of our abilities that all done, will be done in a manner consistent so that everyone is able to go home in the same fashion they arrived, healthy and well. Therefore, everyone's anticipated cooperation and following guidance and guidelines to make this entire process seamless is appreciated as only with the pulling together of all can we make this entire service for Angel happen as he so well deserved. May he rest in Peace! *Please note: our goal is to get things done right the first time, but humans are prone to making a mistake here and there, therefore if you notice a misprint or typo, do not hesitate in reaching out to us and we will be sure to confirm with the next of kin for accuracy and implement any changes immediately after receiving such confirmation. For those wishing to make a contribution to Angel's funeral expenses we are currently experiencing technical difficulties beyond our control. Our IT department is working on the issue. Please feel free to call our office and phone contribution can be accepted, 203-330-8081. We apologize for any inconvenience this may present.