Carlos Alberto Blanco
Carlos Alberto Blanco
  • December 8, 1978 - November 11, 2017
  • Dallas, Texas

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Carlos "C Los" Blanco entered into eternal glory on November 11th, 2017. Known by his family and friends for his sense of humor, jokes and restaurant tips, Carlos left his mark on all of those around him.

Carlos was born in Honduras on December 8, 1978 and was brought to America by his father and stepmother at the age of 8 years old. Growing up in Nacogdoches, he enjoyed goofing off with his friends and playing football. Carlos was very dedicated to his friends, family and all those around him. Throughout high-school, he took on the responsibility of providing for the household and attained a management role at a chicken restaurant. It was uncommon for someone as young as he was to head to work while his friends enjoyed normal teenage activities. This is just one example of how truly exceptional Carlos was to his friends and family. His friend group was very diverse, and Carlos always loved meeting new people.

Carlos followed his stepmother to Dallas and continued his career in the restaurant management business. Wanting normal work hours and to spend more time with his family, Carlos joined Prime Diagnostic Imaging in August of 2007. As an employee of Prime he was responsible for serving people who were injured or sick and it was common to see him entering the facilities with patients who he managed to get smiling. But his work was not finished there. Carlos would typically make his rounds throughout the facility looking for co-workers who he could share a smile and a snack with. Whether by wearing a silly hat or a clown nose, or just by simply sharing a joke, he always left the room with more smiles than when he entered.

Shortly after joining Prime his daughter, Bella, was born. Carlos was a dedicated and involved Father. Friends of Carlos were always given the latest tips on great eateries and hang out spots for kids. He would gush recounting just how much fun they had out-and-about. Above all, he cherished spending one on one time with her and guiding her along.

Carlos is survived by his beautiful daughter, Bella. His three mothers: Maria Isabella Morales Lujan in Honduras, his stepmother Linda Mottwiler, and his work-mother, Jamie Hellman. Also, his brothers Marlin Blanco, Mario Morales, and cousin Johane Ciru. As well as the rest of his friends and family at Prime.

Sparkman-Crane Funeral Home
Visitation, Friday, November 17th from 6-8pm
Memorial Service, Saturday, November 18th from 11-12pm

All are welcome to continue this celebration for Carlos where we will share a meal, more smiles and memories.
Smoky Rose
8602 Garland Rd, Dallas, TX 75218

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