Obituary of Javier N Mesa
Javier N. Mesa, age 49, deeply loved by his surviving mother, his sisters, niece, nephew, nephew-in-law, grandniece, grandnephew, brother-in-law, close cousins, best friends, godchildren, and many family members and friends, was found deceased in his home on New Years Eve. He passed away unexpectantly of renal complications.
Javy, as he was called, had unique qualities that endeared him to family, friends and even strangers who turned into friends, saying “Javy was a one of a kind gentleman”. He was friendly to all and adept in conversation with anyone. He effortlessly entertained many with his flair for witty banter, he smiled easily, and his laughter would brighten the spirits of anyone listening. He was artistic and designed his own tattoos and was known to be generous with his abilities personalizing flasks, vases, and gifting paintings at no cost to anyone, because he loved drawing so much.
Javy had a passion for athletics mentoring youth for 8 years as a volunteer football coach at Waukesha South High School and 3 years in the flag football program. Though his medical problems challenged him, Javy continued to be a loyal spectator of his grandniece, Lina’s softball and volleyball games and his grandnephew, Benit’s football, baseball, and basketball games. Javy also had a special time that he devoted to watching the Packer games with his mother.
Because of his wit, creativity, and loving heart he left a positive impact on many who knew him whether for a short or a long period of time. These qualities also, enabled him to excel in his positions at the Princeton club and the U.S. Postal Service. Javy would share how much he enjoyed the social interactions at the club and the time efficient ideas he wanted to implement in both of these positions.
During his lengthy time on dialysis Javy’s faith deepened and he would excitedly share with his sisters and niece, Leticia, the new biblical truths he was learning. He was blessed with a donor kidney in May of 2023 and enjoyed freedom from dialysis for 7 months, however, he continued to struggle with chronic medical issues. Still, he persevered because of his faith and the numerous deeply loving relationships he had with family and friends.
There will be a void in the lives Javier has touched and his presence will be profoundly missed by his mother Maria De Los Angeles Mesa, his sisters Maria D. Mesa, and Diana A. Mesa-Horaitis, brother-in-law, Mark W. Horaitis, nephew, Nikkos M. Horaitis, by his greatly loved niece, Leticia Mesa-Schkeryantz, nephew-in-law, Benjamin Schkeryantz, grandniece Angelina (Lina), grandnephew Benit Schkeryantz, his esteemed godchildren Natalia Estevez, Domenic Mehalos, very close cousins, Mariaelena Estevez, Alejandra Plata (Estevez), Natalia Estevez, Daniel Estevez and his wife, Kayla Estevez, his loving extended families the Schkeryantz and Mehalos family, and his loyal best friends Nick Mehalos, Parnell Dorsey, Abdul Motlani and Chuck Terrian.
He was preceded in death by his father Eujenio Mesa, Sr. and brother Eujenio Mesa, Jr.
The family would, also, like to express gratitude to all of the friends and family members who have offered loving gestures of support and prayers. It has rejuvenated and encouraged them in this difficult time.
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