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Isaac Valadez Solorzano

January 12, 1987 — November 6, 2022

El Paso

Isaac Valadez Solorzano, 35, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, November 06, 2022 in El Paso, Texas. He was the first-born son to Juan Luis Solorzano and Blanca Estela Valadez, on January 12, 1987, in Bakersfield, CA.


Isaac alongside his siblings Aylin Beltran, Eliana Harrison and Jessica Solorzano were raised in El Paso, TX. Later in life, He was blessed with two more siblings Adrian and Mikaela Parra, whom he loved dearly. As a child, Isaac had an active imagination and loved inventing things. At an early age, he showed his love for his siblings by putting them first in any situation. He was selfless and went far beyond his capacity to make sure they had his best.


Isaac attended Canutillo High School where he met and made life long friends that were truly dear to his heart. He was involved in band and music, which were a big part of his life. As a young man, Isaac began working in the food industry where he developed a passion for food and service. This is where his inventor intuition blossomed at full force. His dedication, hard work and commitment demonstrated that he always applied the best of himself. 


He later married Cristina Rodriguez and formed a family with two beautiful daughters, Emily Alva Solorzano and Rebecca Leah Solorzano. His daughters where the center of his heart. The power of his love for them was unmatched with no other. We can easily say that being a father was the greatest passion of his life.


Isaac left a legacy of love, generosity, and service to others. Those who had the privilege to have met him know without a doubt that he was one of a kind. Everyone felt his big heart and giving nature and knew that he had your back without reservation. Isaac brought joy and laughter to any room he entered and was a stranger to know one. He found great purpose sharing his tributes with everyone, especially his loving family; aunts, uncles and endless cousins along with a circle of forever friends. He has marked our hearts forever and will be immensely missed.



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