Pablo Rosales Obituary, Death Cause – The funeral for Pablo Enrique Dáz, 57, who resided in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was held on May 4, 2023 at Hospice of West Alabama. Visitation will be held at the church one hour before the start of the services on the day of the funeral, which is Thursday, May 11, 2023 at 3:00 p.m. at St. Francis of Assisi University Parish in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Services will begin at 3:00 p.m. His parents, Manuel Andrés Dáz Ugueto and Gladys Josefina Vivas de Dáz, as well as his brother Manuel José Dáz and his aunt Margot Vivas, passed away before he was born.
He is survived by his children Jack, Lucy and Nick Díaz-Drake; siblings Gustavo Díaz (Carolina Sanchez Parra), Andrés Díaz (Elibeth Rosales de Díaz), Carlos Díaz, María Elena Díaz Rathbun (George Rathbun); niece Andrea Bello Marquez (Hector Carrasco), nephew Gustavo Manuel Díaz, nephew Matthias Andrés Rathbun, niece Sofia Victoria Rathbun, nephew Andrés Elías Díaz, niece Sofia Nazareth Díaz; aunt and uncle Isabel and José Vivas; cousins María Isabel Vivas (Alejandro Carr
Pablo was born on November 2, 1965 at Quantico, Virginia, while his father was participating in an officer exchange program between the United States and Venezuela. The program sent his father to the Command and Staff College in Virginia. Pablo’s family moved back to Caracas when he was just two years old, and that’s where he spent his childhood and his entire life up until he relocated to Alabama. Following his discharge from the Venezuelan Marines and his subsequent studies and graduation from college in Caracas, he traveled to Alabama with the purpose of continuing his education in the English language. However, not too much longer after that, he began working in sales. During his nearly thirty years of professional experience, Pablo had a variety of positions in international trade, exports, and food sales.