Waskal Calderon

December 3, 1987 - November 26, 2023

Waskal Calderon, born December 3, 1987, peacefully departed from this earthly realm on November 26, 2023, in Tampa, Florida. He was 35 years old.

Born and raised in the vibrant city of Bronx, New York, Waskal brought joy and laughter to those around him. A hardworking individual, he worked for a moving company and later contributed his skills at Metro PCS. Through his dedication and commitment, he left an indelible mark on his professional endeavors.

Beyond his work life, Waskal had a deep passion for basketball. Whether playing on the court or cheering for his favorite team, his love for the sport was evident to all who knew him. He also cherished spending quality time with his beloved family and friends, creating countless cherished memories.

Waskal’s departure leaves a void in the hearts of his grieving loved ones. He is survived by his mother, Gloria Cadet, and his father, Maximo Calderon. Additionally, his sisters Stephanie, Elizabeth, and Elizelet mourn his loss deeply. Their lives have been forever touched by Waskal’s presence, and his memory will be treasured always.

To honor and celebrate his life, a visitation has been arranged on Saturday, December 9, from 12 pm to 3 pm at Michels and Lundquist Funeral Home. This gathering will allow family, friends, and acquaintances to pay their respects and find solace in each other’s company during this difficult time.

Waskal’s journey took him from the bustling streets of Bronx, New York, to the sandy shores of Florida, where he made his home. Along the way, he touched numerous lives, leaving a positive and lasting impression on all who crossed his path. Though his time with us was cut short, his memory will continue to live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know him.

May Waskal Calderon find eternal peace, and may his loved ones find comfort in the cherished memories they shared with him.


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