Juan Vega-Allen
Juan Vega-Allen
Juan Vega-Allen
Juan Vega-Allen
Juan Vega-Allen
Juan Vega-Allen

Obituary of Juan Vega-Allen

Juan Vega-Allen passed away unexpectedly on March 10, 2024, in Centralia, Washington, his home the last six years.  He was born February 20, 1988, to Tammy Lou Allen and Javier Baltazar in Seattle, Washington. He also resided in the Washington cities of Aberdeen, Olympia, and Tacoma.


A graduate of River Ridge High School, Juan married RaKayla Campbell on October 29, 2016, in Olympia. She is active-duty Army. Professionally, Juan was a culinary specialist, worked in hospitality, and also was a general laborer. 


Juan loved skateboarding, model cars, spending time with his family, attending live music events, taking care of the many animals his wife would bring home, and spending time at the river.


He is survived by his wife, RaKayla Bregina Vega; sons, Antonio Jacques Vega, Estevon Edward Vega, and Imillio Nathaniel Vega; mother, Tammy Allen; stepfather, Leonardo Vega; brothers, Leonardo Vega-Allen and Severo Vega-Allen; and sister, Jessica Marie Vega-Allen. He is predeceased by his aunt, Pamela Faye Allen; and grandmother, Edna Palmer.


Services were held March 22, 2024, at South Sound Manor in Tumwater.






With heavy hearts and profound sadness, we mourn the passing of a remarkable man, Juan, who departed from this world on the 10th of March 2024. He was not just a husband, but a shining example of resilience, determination, and unwavering love.


Juan was a man of boundless strength and relentless perseverance. Through every challenge and hardship, he stood tall, undeterred by adversity, and forged ahead with a steadfast resolve. His tireless work ethic and indomitable spirit were a testament to his unwavering commitment to providing for his family and securing a better future.


Despite facing numerous obstacles along his journey, Juan never wavered in his pursuit with acknowledgment in part to his wife for always being there to support him throughout the darkness. His intentions were guided by a deep-rooted desire to ensure the happiness and well-being of his beloved family. Every sacrifice he made, every hurdle he overcame, was driven by his profound love and dedication to those he held dear.


For Juan, his family was not just his greatest joy, but his life's purpose. He poured his heart and soul into nurturing and supporting his three sons, selflessly devoting himself to their happiness and prosperity. His unwavering presence and boundless love were the cornerstone of our family's strength and unity. His steadfast support, wisdom, and laughter brought light and joy into our lives every day. Though his physical presence may be gone, his spirit will forever remain alive in the cherished memories we hold dear.


Juan was not only a beloved family man but also a valued friend and colleague. His generosity, humility, and genuine nature endeared him to all who had the privilege of knowing him. His presence illuminated every room he entered, and his absence leaves an irreplaceable void in our hearts.


Though our hearts are heavy with grief, we take solace in the countless memories we shared with Juan. His spirit will forever linger in the cherished moments we hold dear, reminding us of the love and light he brought into our lives.


Rest in peace, dear Juan. You will be deeply missed and forever cherished. Until we meet again.


With all our love,

RaKayla and Family



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