Lupe Tzic and Ezekiel Tzic Obituary, Death – On February 15, 2023, my wife, Lupe Tzic, who was 28 years old, and my youngest son, Ezekiel Tzic, who was 1 years old, both passed away as a result of a collision with a vehicle that was a 2008 Toyota Camry. My eldest son Isaiah Tzic, who is three years old and was riding alongside the truck, is the single survivor at this time and has been given the moniker of the “Last Survivor.” He is now alive, but his condition is quite serious. Any contribution, no matter how small, is appreciated, especially given that the burden of the unexpected and painful catastrophe will amass expenses that are difficult to evaluate and even more difficult to control.
My wife was known to those who had the pleasure of knowing her to be one of the calmest, kindest, and most modest individuals one could ever have the opportunity to interact with, and we will all miss her very much. These past nine months have brought me a lot of headaches, but also a lot of loving and pleasant memories, so to my son Ezekiel, I will genuinely miss you and I will always love you. For the sake of my son Isaiah, who is presently waging a battle for his life, you are very strong, and I promise that I will never leave your side and that I will always be here for you.
You left this world just as things were starting to turn around for the better in our marriage, but despite everything that has transpired in our life, I will always love you. Lastly, for my lovely wife: just when things were starting to look up, you passed away. Yet in spite of the terrible news and the way things have turned out, I am glad to be able to report that I was able to spend my last night with you on Valentine’s Day while surprising you with flowers, gift baskets, and a balloon depicting your favorite animal in the form of an Elephant.
I am thankful that we were able to grab takeout from your favorite restaurant, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, and watch a full-length movie in the comfort of our own home while surrounded by our children on what turned out to be our very final day together as a family. Despite the devastating news for everyone, I am delighted that I made you feel special one more time and gave you our last kiss to each other. I am also happy that we gave each other our last kiss without realizing it was our last opportunity to do so before we parted ways to go to work. I am relieved to have successfully completed the final step of buckling my son Ezekiel into his car seat, but not before giving him one final bear hug and smooch. I am also relieved to have successfully buckled him into the car myself.