Adrian Fidel Orozco
1988 - 2021
Adrian Orozco passed into eternal life at the age of 33 years young on Sunday, December 26th, 2021.
Adrian was born on October 7th, 1988, in Melrose Park, Illinois. Adrian spent his younger school years in Whitewater, WI and at the age of 12, he moved to Texas. Adrian graduated from Boswell High School in 2007 and later obtained an Associate Degree from Tarrant Community College. Adrian held various jobs; most recently as a supervisor at Federal Express for 8 years until he resigned this past May to start his own business and fulfill his dream of being self-employed.
Adrian lived his life with immeasurable, radiating joy which impacted everyone he met. He was hysterically funny, a constant jokester and extremely witty. He was a sensitive, caring young man who meant so much to so many people. He lived his life with his heart wide open. Each one of his tattoos had a huge significance and were an awesome graphic of his personal story. Adrian LOVED food and traveling. He always wanted to experience new places and meet new people. He was very spontaneous. The day before his 30th birthday he decided he wanted to go to Spain, so he left the same day and he traveled for a month. By himself. He didn’t meet anyone who didn’t become a friend.
Adrian (aka Flaco, Cuellitos) adored his family. We will feel the impact of this loss forever. He is survived by his mother and step-father, Renée and Frederick Lederer; his father and step-mother, Arturo and Madeline Orozco; three sisters, Ashley Heavin and husband Matthew, Natasha Molinary and husband Gerardo Soto; Yesenia Orozco and brother Christian Molinary and wife Claribel; maternal grandparents, Walter and Charmayne Zoller; and step-grandparents, Angel Cartagena and wife Nancy Medina; godmother Norma Orozco del Valle and godfather Javier Real Tellez. Nieces, Sheyla and Camila; nephews, Ivan, Alan, Nicholas, Hudson, Cooper and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Honorary brother from another mother, Tyler MacKenzie and best cousin Betsebe Del Valle.
Visitation will be held on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, at Azle & Lake Worth Funeral Home from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM. A Celebration of Life will be rendered at 5:00 PM during visitation.