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Obituary of Enrique Rios Martin
Enrique Rios Martin passed away at Riverview Medical Center on Tuesday July 19, 2022. He was born in Mexico City and grew up in Millstone Township. Enrique is survived by his beloved wife Adriana Rios, his parents Domingo & Cenobia Rios, his four sisters Maribel Rios (Felix, Efrain, & Dianna) Norma & Polat Artan (Ulviye, Polat, & Enrique) Mayra Ayala (Viviana, Tanya, & Alex) Miriam & Miguel Reyes (Angel, Giovanni, & Armani). From childhood, very fond of his grandmother Mama-Maria, Enrique would make sure his chores were done. He desired nothing more than to be always active completing tasks which set a preface for his life. Those that knew him know how dedicated he was to his work life. His presence inspired authority because he led from example and would set the bar very high for those under his command. Never tried to cut corners because he knew that it was best to do things right always. If he saw a need, he filled the need. Always went out of his way to do things for others. For his family it is beyond honor to let it come to be known how he has impacted the lives of so many. Never a doubt you could depend on him. His word was bond. Sorta did things the old way looking in the eye and sealing an agreement with a promise. His sense of humor would only be on display for those close to him since he always wanted to make others laugh in tense moments. Wise words since he spoke very little in public but when he did it was with precision and to the root of a conversation as time is precious and there was always something to work on. A father of three nephews he held dear to his heart for he was also a protector of again family in need. He will not only be remembered by the treasured memories from those who knew him. His example and his legacy will carry on in our hearts for the seeds that he has sown will continue to reap love in the hearts of all who had the privilege of forming a bond with Enrique. The viewing will be held at the Higgins Memorial Home, 20 Center Street, Freehold on Sunday July 24 from 2 to 5 pm.