Albin P. Negron, who touched the lives of many with his happy demeanor, friendly nature, and helpful attitude, has passed away at the age of 50. Albin was born on July 31, 1973, in Manhattan, NY, and breathed his last breath on February 10, 2024, in Camden, NJ.
Albin's educational journey led him to graduate from Cecilio Lebron Ramos, equipping him with the knowledge and skills necessary for his professional endeavors. Throughout his career in several warehouse jobs, he displayed dedication and diligence that won him the respect of his colleagues and superiors.
Beyond the realm of work, Albin was a man of diverse interests and passions. In his spare time, he could be found caring for roosters in Puerto Rico—a testament to his nurturing and compassionate spirit. Cooking was another avenue through which Albin expressed his creativity and brought joy to those around him. The culinary delights that emerged from his kitchen were always crafted with love and savored by all who had the privilege of experiencing them. Additionally, Albin enjoyed cutting hair—an art form through which he helped others feel confident.
One cannot speak of Albin without mentioning his immeasurable sense of humor. His wit brought laughter to countless hearts; his jokes were a respite from life's hardships. Alongside this lightheartedness, Albin possessed an unwavering kindness that touched the souls of those lucky enough to know him. He welcomed everyone with open arms into his life—creating an environment where people felt valued and included.
Above all else, Albin took great pride in the family he built—a legacy that will endure for generations to come. Survived by his beloved wife Wilmarilis Plaud; children Gilbert, Luis, Silvestre & Daniela; and four cherished grandchildren, Albin's love and devotion were a source of strength and inspiration. His role as a husband, father, and grandfather will forever be etched in the hearts of those he leaves behind.
Albin is preceded in death by his mother Estebania DeJesus, father Pablo Morales, sisters Isabel Morales, Felicita Morales, Clotilde Morales, and brother David Morales. Though they may have said their goodbyes on this earthly plane, their spirits will forever remain intertwined with Albin's.
In addition to his surviving family, Albin leaves behind sister Noemi, sister Digna, brother Albertito, cousins, friends, and a community of individuals who have been touched by his enduring spirit. Their sorrow at his passing is palpable but is tinged with gratitude for the time they were blessed to spend alongside him.
To honor the life of Albin P. Negron, a viewing will take place on Thursday, February 15th, 2024, from 1:00pm to 7:00pm at Creations By Jenn located at 325 Kaighns Ave, Camden, NJ 08103. It is an opportunity for friends and loved ones to remember Albin—sharing stories and memories that immortalize his presence.
As we say farewell to Albin P. Negron on this physical plane, let us carry forward the lessons he taught us—of kindness, laughter, and unwavering love for family. May his spirit guide us through dark times and remind us to cherish every moment we have with those we hold dear. Though our tears may fall today, let them water seeds of joy that Albin planted within us all.
In the words of Helen Keller,
"What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose.
All that we love deeply becomes a part of us."
Rest in peace, dear Albin—your light will forever shine brightly in our hearts.