Alberto Mejia Sr.

“Be happy. Try your best not to hurt others. Hope you fall in love.”
– Alberto “Al” Mejia Sr.

Meija1Beloved father and husband Alberto “Al” Mejia Sr. passed away into the loving arms of God on February 9, 2015. He died in Lynnwood, Washington due to health complications.

Alberto Sr. was 50 years old, and is survived by his wife Gloria Reyna Mejia, his father Alfonso Mejia Sr., mother Yolanda Mejia, his son Alberto Mejia II, daughter Yesenia Mejia, daughter Vivianna Alicia Mejia, son Alfonso Julian Mejia, brother Alfonso Mejia Jr., sister Yolanda Mejia, and brother Samuel Mejia.

A creative, brilliant, skilled, compassionate, humorous and dedicated family man, Al Sr. will forever be our good husband and father, loyal brother and son, and true, shining friend.

His family extends their gratitude to Alberto Sr.’s friends, colleagues and customers Meija2throughout the Seattle and Puget sound boating and yachting community – where he joyfully gave nearly 25 years of his artistic spirit and labor to the preservation, repair and restoration of thousands of watercraft. He specifically loved his work Meija4at Elliot Bay Marina.

According to his wishes in life, Alberto Sr.’s remains will be cremated in Seattle, Washington. Family and friends are lovingly invited to Alberto Mejia Sr.’s life celebration service to be held on Thursday Feb. 19th from 3:30pm to 4:30pm at the Barton Family Funeral home chapel, located at 14000 Aurora Ave North, Seattle, Washington.

An online giving fund to support the family with funeral expenses and to seed a college fund for his youngest son, Alfonso Julian “AJ” Mejia can be found at:

https://www.giveforward.com/fundraiser/h1r7/alberto-al-mejia-sr-memorial-fund

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5 Responses to “Alberto Mejia Sr.”

  • Kenneth Ottrix, Jr. says:

    I have many beautiful memories of Big Albert, as I knew him. He was a kind and generous person. He always welcomed me in his home and made me feel loved. Little did he know, many days I spent away from my own home and with his family were to escape and be somewhere that I could feel loved. Big Albert always showed love. For that, and many more reasons, I am eternally grateful to have known him. I will also miss his cooking and espresso, just as much an artist there as he was with a million dollar yacht. Rest in peace. Your love and spirit will not be forgotten. From Corndog.

  • Dani says:

    I can’t believe your gone you were in my life since a Lil girl you I knew how to make us kids laugh, you will be miss I love you fly with the angels. Xoxo Dani

  • mari de leon rothenbach says:

    May your soul finally be at rest and may your heart live on in your children. Prayers and love for your family

  • Elaine Simons says:

    I did not know Alberto Mejia Sr. however I do know his son Alberto Mejia Jr. and your son is an amazing compassionate young man. I had him as a student at Meany Middle School when you first moved here from California and have maintain that friendship over the years.

    My heart goes out to your family and your spirit lives on in the yachting community as well as in your wonderful children.

    Go in Peace!

  • Yesenia Mejia says:

    If I could save time in a bottle
    The first thing that I’d like to do
    Is to save every day till eternity passes away
    Just to spend them with you

    If I could make days last forever
    If words could make wishes come true
    I’d save every day like a treasure and then
    Again, I would spend them with you

    But there never seems to be enough time
    To do the things you want to do, once you find them
    I’ve looked around enough to know
    That you’re the one I want to go through time with

    If I had a box just for wishes
    And dreams that had never come true
    The box would be empty, except for the memory of how
    They were answered by you

    But there never seems to be enough time
    To do the things you want to do, once you find them
    I’ve looked around enough to know
    That you’re the one I want to go through time with

    I miss you.

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