Wilson A. “Cano” Torres – August 6, 2022

Wilson A. Torres, 60, of New Brunswick, NJ passed away on Saturday, August 6, 2022 surrounded by his devoted wife, Juana, and daughters Ashley and Brenda Torres.

“Cano” as he was known to those who loved him was born October 4, 1961 to Adelina and Miguel Torres. He possessed a knowledge of sports second to none and always loved following the latest game of his favorite Dallas Cowboys. Cano’s good humor and warmth was a light to all those around him and a loving comfort to his family. His happiness could bring a smile to anyone and bright laughter followed him wherever he went.

Though heartbroken, Wilson’s beloved family will honor his legacy and light in their hearts, especially the love of his life, his wife, Juana Torres, his cherished daughters Ashley and Brenda Torres, his loving sister Annette Torres, and his dear nieces and nephews including Dennis, Eddie, Jason, Jazmine, Jenna, Miguel, and Nadine, and many dear friends.

He is now reunited in peace with his loving parents, Miguel and Adelina Torres, as well as his dear brother, Miguel Angel Torres.

Visitation for Wilson will be held on Sunday, August 14, 2022 from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM at the Lawton Turso Funeral Home at 633 Washington Street, Hoboken (Corner of Washington and Seventh Streets, parking on Seventh). 

Lawton-Turso Funeral Home

9 thoughts on “Wilson A. “Cano” Torres – August 6, 2022

  1. I am going to miss his phone calls so much! I am going to miss how he would call me and say TOUCH DOWN COWBOYS! DID you see that pass Jenna! did you see what the boys just did! He made me laugh so much he brought joy into my heart and my sons life! I Love you TIO CANO!!!! there is no one like you!

    Love always your Niece Jenna

  2. I’m going to miss my bombilla that’s what I use to call my uncle and he use to reply put it up your ass . You said the boys are going to win the super bowl this year and they are going to do it cowboy nation . I also going to miss your random freestyles chill will and when you started talking about sports you will start with the boys than the Yankees than boxing my uncle knew it all even golf just like my father now they will be reunited and talk all the sports they want love you both and all my other angles .

  3. Rest In Peace my dear childhood friend and united cowboy fan I use to call him Clyde for his unique basketball skills like (Clyde Frazier) of the knicks . Condolences to the family

  4. RIP Canito known you and your family for years when you would go to your grandparents house on Clinton sad to hear the news God welcomes you to his kingdom with Junior and Don Miguel

  5. I will miss his calls prior to all our Cowboys games as I loved the Cowboys like Cano did! Our prayers and condolences to his family!

  6. My Brother form another Mother Cano, we had many fun times, laughs, wiffleball, basketball, mimi footbal games the the 10 St Park tennis courts, kick the can, bottle caps, marbles, Johnny on the pony, 1 2 3 red light, hot bean and butter and eating in eachothers homes, so many fond mementos that I will cherish Forever…Unfortunately I will not be able to attend and say my Final Goodbye but I will definitely be there in Spirit…I already Sorely Miss, you will Always be Remembered and you will Never Ever be Forgotten my Brother…My Deepest Sympathy and Sincerest Condolences to your Wife, Daughters, your Sister Annie and your many Nephew’s, Nieces, Cousin, Friends and the rest of your Beautiful Family…Blessings Always…Peace OXOXOXOXOX 🙏🙇‍♂️📿🧑‍🚒💙💗⚘️✌️🕊😇😓😞🥺😥😭🇵🇷💕 Till We Meet Again my Brother ” It’s Time To Rest” 💙

  7. I’m gonna miss Canito’s conversation about sports Cowboys specially die hard fan. But the best was our childhood stories how we were go to 10st park early in the morning on saturday n play 🏀 all day until we got hungry n go home n return to the park again 😂. Until we meet again Canito rest well.🙏❤⚘🙏💔😥

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