Carlos Noel Douglas Colón, 28 years old, passed away on Tuesday, June 26th, surrounded by his loving family in Indianapolis.

Carlos was born in Ormond Beach, Florida, where he spent the majority of his childhood years. Following the terminal diagnosis of his mother in 2015, he relocated to Indianapolis, where he spent the last months alongside her.

Carlos was best known for his wild as hell attitude, big, goofy smile, and awkward, often untimely, yet, infectious laughter. Carlos had many macho past times; he enjoyed pawning noobs in PVP, botting toons in BG’s and yelling, “Come get some” while chain healing his video game comrades. When he wasn’t gaming, Carlos could be found “cutting”, “bulking”, tweaking macros and hitting the gym with friends. He lived for WalMart’s Black Friday security duty and eagerly volunteered all 6 years that he was employed there.
Carlos is predeceased by his mother, Lisa Colón. He is survived by his Father, Carlos, Brother Robert and Sisters Whitney and Zariel. Carlos will be forever remembered for the crazy shenanigans that kept us all on our toes.

There will be a visitation for Carlos on Saturday June 30, 2018 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Legacy Cremation & Funeral services – Indianapolis. 1604 West Morris St Indianapolis, Indiana.

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  1. Carlos, RIP, dear former student. How fragile life is. May your family be comforted in knowing you were unforgettable as a student and you touched the hearts of all around you. 💕

  2. Carlos,
    Yankeetown school 5th-7th grade we were crazy and so determined to be together and we did just that. From sneaking out of your house to my grandma\\’s, making sure we were sitting next to each other on the bus. Letting me always listen to Eminem on your CD player, beating you at basketball (of course, haha) Your family dinner at your grandparents (three-way chilli if I recall correctly) riding our bikes all over Peaceful Arces. I could go on and on, but I will never forget you, obviously! I will always be grateful that I was blessed to not just know you but to cherish that childhood big love crush with you. I hope and pray you knew just how awesome, "bad ass" (always haha) but mostly how wonderful you truly were. You are more missed and loved than I think you knew. Fly high, smile and forever stay in peace. You deserve it. I love you and thank you for every moment of this life you made better just being yourself!

  3. Carlos, wow where do i even start? I have known you since we were 6 and 8 when your family first moved in my neighborhood. I remember all the times you would follow Whitney and i, being a typical brother. I\\’m sorry we grew apart after high school but I\\’m glad for the years we had together. May you rest peacefully in heaven with Lisa. This is not,goodbye, but see you again.

  4. It\\’s taken me 4 days to realize that this is true . I am so sorry . You were a true friend with a heart of gold. I\\’m gonna miss you my friend.

  5. So sorry to hear this. It’s been a little while since we’ve talked, but you will be forever missed and loved.

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