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Condolences:

LOUIS GOLDMAN April 22, 2020
Iisais was a wonderful, soft spoken gentleman who loved his family and friends He was a member of the Hispanic Church and he also worked as a gardener forPeppers restaurant. On his days off he would sometimes come by do gardening for us and he would always pray for my wife and me. He had a mobile phone that converted English to Spanish and he would call his wife in Guatemala and, using FaceTime, we would visit with his wife and children. He was very special person to us and we will miss him. RIP.

ADELA BLANKENBEKER April 29, 2020
Isias was a beautiful human on the earth. He worked and worked and showed us that through faith and hard work the spirit grows. We will never unplant the flowers you planted and the garden you made for my small children I cherish every prayers and voice message of our conversations over scriptures and praying. I promise to help your family in every way I can and be of support to them for as long as I can. You were the best human I have come to known with your life story of your family in another country and things you had to do to be here in the states to support them and your upbringing. My heart is broken but I hope to be able to help in every way I can. I started this fundraiser and have already sent to your children the monies we have raised. https://www.gofundme.com/f/isaias-bay-funeralampfamilycosts?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link-tip&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet

Isais Bay-Chocoj

2020-04-17

Isais Bay-Chocoj, age 41 of Fernandina Beach, FL passed away on Saturday, April 11, 2020.

He was born on July 6, 1978 in Guatemala to Nonalberto Bay and Rosa Chocoj.

Isais worked as a landscape designer for Martex and had designed for several homes and businesses in the community. He was known as a hard working, soft spoken, Christian man and a member of The Promise Land Church (La Tierra Prometida) in Fernandina Beach, Florida. There he was active in the ministry as part of the Prayer Team on Monday nights.

He leaves behind his mother, Rosa Chocoj of Guatemala; his wife Lydia Agular-Dominguez and his children, Elmer, Denis, Noel and Rocsana.

Services to celebrate his life will be held at a later date.