Jesus Roman, 35, “love life and let live”

Jesús Manuel Román 35,, known as “Macho” or “Ito”, a longtime resident of Easton, passed away on  Oct. 8, 2023.

Born in Harford, he was the youngest child of Jesús and Nancy Roman. He graduated from Guilford High School and went on to attend Porter and Chester Institute.

Jesús worked as an auto technician and Hill ‘N Dale Services in Monroe.. He loved the outdoors, hiking, dirt biking, working on cars as well as restoring cars from scratch.

Jesús loved spending time with family and will be remembered for his beautiful smile, heart and soul. He gave the best hugs ever. It was normal for him to come home full of grease smell and dirt under his fingernails.

Jesus was also known by his nickname, “Loco” for his crazy love for life. He always took time for family and friends, and to Jesus- family was everything. He loved going to the fairs with his nieces and nephews, loved spoiling his mom and watching the stars and sun set. Always loved working on cars with dad and working on the farm. He also loved visiting his extended family in Puerto Rico. Words he lived by were, “love life and let live.”

Jesús is survived by his mother Nancy Roman, father Jesús Roman, sisters, Kelly Smith and Brenda Dipollina, brothers-in-law Jamie Smith and Brandon Dipollina, and nieces Kallie Dipollina and Brianna Smith and nephews Wyatt Smith, Dylan Dipollina and Owen Dipollina. He was predeceased by grand parents Jesús Roman and Luz del Carmen Feliciano and grandparents Guillermo Neco and Vicenta de Leon.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to a GoFundMe page created in support of Jesús’s parents.

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