Silverio U. Becerril, age 54, passed peacefully on July 20, 2020, after a long fight with pancreatic cancer. A battle in which he never gave up. He was born on June 26, 1966, in Bay City Michigan. He was formerly employed by Firestone Tires.
Sal loved to dance and attend Latino social events. He as an avid bowler, a sport he played since he was a little boy with his uncle and his brothers. Sal was a fine baseball player, a player fine enough to be looked at by the Cincinnati Reds Organization. What Sal loved to do the most was to cook. It didn’t matter if it was in the kitchen or out on the grill. Sal loved to feed his friends and family.
Sal is survived by his wife Angela, his children; Jordan, Billy, Sal, Alexus, Alex, Alicia, Ella and Lupita, his mother Lupe Barocio, his siblings, Paul, Michael, Mark, Jason (Stacy), Brian (Renee), Margaret Becerril, Mary Jane Espinosa (Pedro), Wendy (Ken) Miller, Katrina Smallwood, Andrea Barocio, brother-in-law Kevin Bond, his aunt Mary Rodriguez and his uncle Silverio (Judy) Becerril. He was preceded in death by his father Juan Becerril, his brother John Becerril and his sister Debra Bond. Sal is survived by many nieces and nephews, cousins and his very special friends, Bryant McCain, Alma Velasquez and Diane Brubaker.