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Omar Alberto Aguirre
June 8, 1949 ~ January 24, 2024 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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Suddenly, and without anyone expecting it, the time of Omar's death arrived. He was far from his family, but he was in the place in the world he loved, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Omar was born in Berrotaran, in the Province of Cordoba, Argentina, on June 8, 1949. During his childhood, he had to work, and with the little time he had left during his days, he studied, trying to find for himself a better future. In his youth, he embarked upon the adventure of discovering new horizons and left his homeland to immigrate, looking for his place on this earth. After many years in different destinations, he found the city that would fill his soul, and where he would find true friends for life.
Today, Omar is with his mother, Victoria Torres, and his father Jesus Maria Aguirre in eternal rest. He leaves to mourn his brother Antonio Aguirre and sister Nelida Aguirre, his sister-in-law Maria Cristina Moyano, and his nephew Mario Aguirre and niece Mariana Aguirre.
During his life in Calgary, he enjoyed skiing, dancing, hiking, and bicycling and most especially, spending time in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Alberta. He worked for many years with Natco, where he was so well respected and where he made many friends who are also mourning his loss.
In Calgary, he leaves behind several friends including his dear friend, Barbara Ennis, who always looked out for him, and with whom he shared an enduring friendship of more than 30 years; his friend Terry Hanke, with whom he enjoyed many outings and weekly lunches or dinners and his good friend Paul Frank, who was always there for him.
Omar was a special person, who was kind, honest to the core, and very lovable. He was always a person of unbreakable values and a man with a huge heart.
He will always be remembered for his smile and his laugh.