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Felix R. Natal

May 30, 1966 — November 24, 2020

Felix R. Natal, Jr., of Bridgeport has returned to the Glorious presence of the Lord on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 in St. Vincent's Medical Center, Bridgeport, CT; Felix was born in Norwalk, CT to the Late Felix Natal Sr. and the late Lillian Torres but some years later relocated to the Bridgeport area where he resided the majority of his life. Felix had married Dr. Alma Garcia currently of Bridgeport; Felix was a heart full of genuine love for his fellow man. He loved God with all his heart and could not stand still and not share with others the greatness of his God and to allow them to understand that God is one amazing God and that there is no reason to ever lose hope. Felix had a very contagious personality and was blessed with the ability to break through the barriers that many place to keep people at bay from seeing the true persons behind the actions to hide who they are in protection. He was able to connect with many that others struggle with but he would go to the Bridgeport train station in an effort to get an opportunity to speak to others which are found to be homeless or in challenging situations struggling with Drug addiction and more. There was no barrier he wasn't willing to break through in order to allow others to see the magnificent God he came to know. A Joyful person within, showed everyone he came across how much he appreciated them and enjoyed every moment he had with each one. He constantly prayed and was worried about his children, his grandchildren and siblings because as the oldest male of them all, he felt a sense of responsibility to care, to love to show everyone they could rely on him, that his ear was always open to hear, to listen to encourage and to let them know its all gonna be alright! His friends also had a bond in his heart for each one and would stop at nothing to help his fellow man, whether he had or not, he made sure he would make every effort to give, to help and be there. Evidently a beacon of light, an angel from above returns home, but although he leaves so many, with so much to remember it is that which will always be shining in the hearts and minds of those who were blessed to have Felix R. Natal Jr. in their lives. Besides his wife Felix is survived by his Children Aitza and Jonathan Natal; His grandchildren Joel and Judy; his siblings, David, Gloria, Lillian, Jeannette and Ruperta; his uncles Jose and Raul Natal; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends whom will sorely miss him; Our hearts are broken, but this we know, there was a call, it was God, just calling you home!.... Friends are invited to attend calling hours on Monday, November 30, 2020 beginning at 9:00 A.M. at the Funeraria Luz de Paz, 426 E. Washington Avenue, Bridgeport, CT followed by a Funeral Service which will take place at apoprox 10:30-10:45 A.M. Interment will Follow in the Park Cemetery, Bridgeport, CT. Please sign our online Memorial register book where you may share your thoughts, memories, prayers, pictures and so much more but is EXCLUSIVELY FOUND AT WWW. LUZDEPAZ.COM. PLEASE BE ADVISED OF THE CURRENT COVID RESTRICTIONS, REQUIREMENTS AND LAWS CURRENTLY IN PLACE FOR EVERYONE'S PROTECTION Please be advised that due to the current Corona Virus Pandemic the Health Department Regulations and the State of Connecticut have re implemented the status of Phase 2 for the protection and safety of all the residents of Connecticut. - Therefore, During viewing times the ONLY ENTRANCE into the Funeral Home will take place through the rear entrance of the funeral home. -In accordance to the Parameters set forth in Phase 2 of COVID 19 by the State of Connecitcut, a maximum number of 43 persons are permitted inside our facility at the same time and any persons above that permitted amount will not be granted access until those friends which have entered the facility prior to the maximum reached, safely exit allowing the same number of guests that exit, to come inside. Again, the maximum number of persons, family , friends, acquaintances, elderly etc. cannot and will not exceed 43. Please understand, our efforts will entail announcing when a line is outside and people have not exited so that those inside can consider those outside in line. We can only encourage others that are NOT immediate family to kindly go outside, therefore permitting those patiently in line to exit enter the funeral home masks are ABSOLUTELY REQUIRED. -Entrance is granted into our facility for those who exhibit a mask which covers their MOUTH AND NOSE and such mask MUST REMAIN ON CORRECTLY during entire visit. We regret to inform all guests that regardless of relationship to deceased and/ or family member, such safety measures are not up for debate, nor negotiable by our firm and we cannot compromise the integrity of the safety measures set forth by exceeding the alotted numbers or excuse anyone for not utilizing the required face coverings. -HUGGING AND /OR KISSING any member of the immediate family and/or friends is strongly discouraged, but be advised the Funeral Home, its representatives and or staff members assisting throughout the services cannot and will not assume any responsibility for anyone becoming exposed due to them not adhering to the rules and regulations set forth while inside our facility nor in the funeral services for such deceased in their entirety. Please remember everyone, we understand the trialing time our country, state and city have encountered. Therefore, we are requesting anyone whom is considering attending a service which may be held by our firm in our facility to adhere to the rules and regulations set forth of such policies and procedures . Nobody has any other intention and/ or reason but to protect the health and well being of us all and any interaction other than that of ladies and gentlemen and as such expect the same treatment and interaction in return. Any other method and/or interaction is not acceptable nor will be tolerated. That is our exclusive purpose if we have to bring something to someone's attention regarding such procedures not being adhered to. We do not know many, relationships etc. nor is our staff aware of relationships, nor are part of what our intended purpose is by having to address anything inside or outside but in the same fashion. We want you to go home, the same way you have arrived, healthy and well! Nobody within our firm will ask anyone to do something to be spiteful, nor be mean or intrusive, etc. yet we request that any interaction between all staff and Directors will be assertively addressed and although excuses as to why any lack of adherence to policies and procedures set forth for everyone's health and well being and in conjunction to state laws. If cooperation is not provided upon request, you may be asked to leave our facility immediately and entrance will no longer be granted. Again, not meant to be mean or rude, yet such actions are meant to try to correct and/or prevent a possible exposure from occurring that may cost the life of someone with a delicate health condition whether it be towards yourself or another person. Everyone has the right to their opinion and do as they wish, but just like we all must have a level of decorum when at certain places, functions and public locations, adherence to such policies is required wherever we go, , We strive to make this a seamless process but of course, it is only with the full cooperation of everyone in attendance to follow instructions thus facilitating and making this process one of least involvement of any family member due to non compliance of such rules and regulations by any guest or distant family member. Above all, the least possible stress to a family handling one of the most challenging times ever in their lives. We thank you in advance for your patience and everyone's cooperation. Always remember safety is our #1 concern. Your health and safety while in our facility or being part of a service we are conducting is not something are willing to compromise on, and therefore, we not only focus on everyone's safety but your entire well being by creating and maintaining a safe atmosphere in its entirety. Our facility is cleaned and disinfected after each and every service time, our entire facility, even further providing UV light air filtration system on each floor. Again, safety and well being is not a negotiable topic and therefore we strictly abide not only by the regulations imposed by the governing agencies, but take it always a step above, because you deserve that and so much more.
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Monday, November 30, 2020

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