Juan Felix Toca Morales II was born In Odessa Texas on Wednesday, August 14, 1985 at Ondessa women and Children’s Hospital, where he opened his loving eyes to Vickie Lynn Oaks and Felix Toca. Vickie adored her first born of two sons, Nicknaming him “ Daddy “ a name his compassionate and gentle spirit would later live up to.
In 1987, Vicky and Felix moved their family to San Diego, California where Juan would grow to be a super active, fun-loving spirit who loved animals. A true humanitarian in his own right. Through every ailment he remained kind and charitable to all who knew him.
After receiving his earlier education, Juan “ Daddy “ became an in home caretaker for his mother and grandmother. Also working in construction as an electrician day to day. Finally giving truth to his name.
“ Daddy” with his caretaker qualities became a father of four children, whom he loved unconditionally and always showed support for.
The 18th century German philosopher Immanuel Kant wrote:
“ We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.”
Juan’s heart was good-natured, generous, and of low malice. He truly had a caring soul.
Juan made his journey home in the presence of loving family and friends on July 28, 2019 to join his mother Vickie Lynn Oaks, grandmother Hilda Morales, grandfather Eutiquio Toca, great-grandmother Jesse Lee Hooper, great-grandfather King Taylor, great-great grandmother Gertrude West, great-great-grandfather Jack Knoll, and cousin Derion White.
Juan leaves to cherish his memories father Felix Toca; two brothers Antonio Ray Morales Toca, and Jesus Toca; four children Trevion Morales Toca, Jojuan Morales Toca, Tania Rivera, and Mia Rivera; grandmother Ruby Montgomery; and a host of aunts, uncles, nephews, extended family, and other relatives and friends.