Hector Flores

In Loving Memory: Hector Miguel Flores (Heccii), of Falmouth and formerly of Monticello, IN, passed away on July 10th, 2021. He was 20 years old.

Hector passed away unexpectedly surrounded by his closest family. Hector was a high-quality person and he always wanted to look the part. He was a very outgoing person who expressed himself to the fullest. He enjoyed event planning and travel in his free time as he always wanted people around him. Hector was a child of God, a man of faith, always keeping his rosary beads at bedside. He was a ladies’ man. Being that he was an intelligent student, he was always one step ahead of the curriculum. He was always interested in science and played chess from a young age. He was a Navy League Cadet in Fall River, a Boy Scout in Wareham and a member of the Junior National Honor Society. A natural born leader, he would form his own clubs with friends from school. He took care of plants, was in the restaurant service, and worked in retail. He also worked briefly in demolition. Hector had family members and friends that loved him dearly.

He is survived by his mother Elizabeth McElgin, grandmother Cheryl Mrizek, sisters Ashleigh Funkhouser and Valerie Flores, and brother Horacio Flores. He also leaves behind childhood friend Aiden Corbin of Massachusetts, and the Reyes family of Indiana.

Services will be private.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to: https://gofund.me/67c843c9

For online guestbook and obituary, please visit www.chapmanfuneral.com.

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