Raul Marcelo Alvarez

Oct 30, 1965 – Jun 21, 2017

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Marlene Requa
Renton, WA
Jul 7, 2017

Raul was an inspiration to anyone who received the opportunity to meet him. You always knew, it was going to be a great night whenever you saw his warm smile and welcoming hugs. Always quick to laugh and make people laugh, a great story teller and a sincerely positive, beautiful person to be around.. Truly an amazing and incredible man with a drive to cease the day, go for it, and live life to the fullest attitude. You will be missed my friend, see you on the other side. Hugs and much love!!! My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Chester West
Kirkland, Wa
Jul 7, 2017

I met Raul through a meetup group. He loved hiking, photography, and working with computers. He had a sharp mind, and was one of the "good ones". He will be missed...

Kenneth Silsbee
Maple Valley, WA
Jul 7, 2017

Raul was a good soul and I believe he lived life more fully than many of us.

I met Raul when we worked together in software testing/development. He always thought about the big picture and the small details, and strove for innovative solutions to problems.

Outside of work, he often spoke of his love of photography and shared his passions for travel and discovering new places.

Raul's open heart and mind guided him and I will miss him.

Mesa, AZ
Jul 6, 2017

I met Raul in February 2013, hiking one of the wonderful mountains of Washington State. He showed me so many beautiful places in WA. If he wasn't for him I have never seen all those beautiful places. He loved the outdoors hiking, and biking. He loved his sister very much. It was fun to see him feed his fish and little shrimps. It was short time I spent with him but I enjoyed his company. He was great guy. I am sorry to heard this news. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

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