Avery Federico Obituary (1995 – 2022) – Tucson, AZ

Avery was born and raised in Watsonville, CA. for most of his life. In October 2012, at the age of 17, he moved to Tucson, AZ where many other members of his loving family resided. He created a genuine and relationship with his girlfriend Sarah, became a dedicated father once their son Nathaniel was born in 2014 and made new friends. He took to cooking and aspired to become a chef.

Avery was a whole hearted, well spoken and intelligent man of many talents and dreams. He was an outgoing social individual, full of life and got along with everyone. One of his many but top talents was longboarding. It brought him peace and joy to frequent his favorite places such as Lake Don Pedro, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk and 191 Toole.

Avery’s passions included: Family gatherings, Exploring nature, Reading books, Learning science, Writing poetry, Drawing, Freestyling with friends, Camping, Football season, Wrestling, Concerts, Playing pool, Card games, Skateboarding, BBQing, Taking long cruises, Enjoying sunrises and sunsets, listening to music and watching movies.

Avery is lovingly survived by: son, Nathaniel Federico; mother, Andrea Florez; father, Norberto “Tito” Federico; stepmother, Melisa Grass; grandmother, Frances Florez; grandfather, Norberto “Chuco” Federico; sisters, Desiree and Aniah Federico; brothers, Xavier Florez and Robert Federico; aunts, uncles, cousins ​​and countless friends. He was preceded in death by: grandfather, Frank Florez and grandmother, Delia Federico.

Avery was a one of a kind father, son, grandson, uncle, cousin, and friend. His unforgettable spirit, smile, voice and rarity will continue to live through his son and warm the hearts of all that had the privilege to know and love him. He is and will forever be deeply missed.

Services and Rosary will take place Tuesday September 13th, 2022 from 1pm-3pm @ Martinez Funeral Chapel 2580 S. 6th Ave Tucson, AZ 85713.

Published by Legacy Remembers on Sep. 9, 2022.

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