Eduardo Ocana

Eduardo Ocana

Suffolk, VA
01.16.1957 - 03.06.2020
Birthplace
Guatemala
Served in the
Navy

Eduardo Ocana was born in Guatemala City, Guatemala on January 16, 1957. He graduated from Escuela Nacional de Educación Física where he was a physical education instructor for 3 years. 

At the age of 22 he immigrated to the United States in search of a better life. In 1987 he joined the US Navy where he was able to live his dream of traveling the world over various deployments. While stationed in San Diego California he met the love of his life Monica and they married on August 3 1991 and shared 28 beautiful years together. His strong work ethic allowed him to rise to the rank of Senior Chief. After a 26 year distinguished career in the US Navy he retired with respect and adoration from all the individuals who served along side him. 

There was nothing more important to Ed than the love of his family and he was never happier than when they could all be together. His focus was to always share his joy with others by making them feel like a part of the family. Ed truly never met a stranger. 

He is survived by wife his Monica Ocana; children Veronica Ownes (Kyle Ownes), Jennifer Ocana and Amanda Warner (Timothy Warner); grandkids Devon Hatcher, Nathan ocana and Jordin Owens; siblings Vinicio Ocana, Verónica Ocana, Fabiola parrilla, Diana Gretzinger, Juan Carlos Ocaña, Gustavo Ocaña, Christina Ocaña and mother in law Maria Concepción Lomelí.

A Christian Vigil Service will be conducted with military honors on Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 7 PM in the R.W. Baker & Co. Funeral Home, 509 W. Washington St. Suffolk VA 23434. The family will receive friends from 5:30 until the service. Following the service Ed will be cremated and he will be interred in Guatemala. Condolences may be registered at RWBakerFh.com

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R.W. Baker & Co.
509 W. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434
United States

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R.W. Baker & Co.
509 W. Washington St.
Suffolk, VA 23434
United States

Guestbook

Ed My brother,Thank you for all the love and laughs and camaraderie we shared through the years and for showing us daily that the love and family can endure all things and is the greatest blessing we can share. Our memories will Carry a lifetime, Rest now my brother, and thanks giving us the most precious gift of all in life. You will forever be remembered for all the wonderful moments you brought to our lives. Until we meet again my brother, with love.
The Logan family.

Anthony Logan

To Ed's Family:
Please accept our deepest condolences and our appreciation for sharing Ed with his AB family. Ed was always good for a laugh at the most opportune times or best of all, being able to laugh at himself. It is rare nowadays that you find someone who was as loyal a friend as Ed was from the moment you met him. He is at peace now, and while I grieve his loss, I know that his legacy lives on in those who were fortunate enough to call him and friend, a shipmate, and a brother. Rest in Peace, Ed.

Kevin & Claudia Irving

Kevin Irving

I served with Ed when I was a new sailor in the fleet back in 99-03 on board the Harry S.Truman. I remember him being the kindest first class petty officer I met.

My deepest condolences to the entire family and all of his close friends.

RIP my brother !!
ABE3 Moz

John Mozdzien

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