Cesar L. Peji, Jr. was born on June 2nd, 1975, in Binakayan Kawit, Cavite Philippines. He is survived by Cesar R Peji (Father), Noemi Peji (step-mother), Norma DeLeon (mother), Emelita Peji (step-mother), Cherrie Peji Carrington (sister), Greg Carrington (brother-in-law). Cedric Peji (half-brother) and Cathleen Peji (half-sister). He leaves behind his three beautiful daughters, Aleya, Amilya, and Aiko "Mari” Peji. Three nieces Shawna, Alexis, and Alana Carrington, as well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Cesar Jr. known by his nickname "Jay," was raised by his late grandparents, Ernesto and Magdalena Peji. At the age of nine, he moved with his father and step-mother to the U.S. where he made Aurora, Colorado his home.
Jay spoke highly of his three beautiful daughters and their accomplishments. He always carried their pictures from their youth to current ages wherever he went. Although he often spoke of moving to the Philippines, his love for his children kept him grounded to stay and live in Colorado.
Jay was well known for his interest in race cars, jiu-jitsu, auto mechanical skills, and traveling. Over the past two years, he island-hopped and met many new friends in the Philippines. Everyone enjoyed his fun personality and
warm soul. Jay also had a strong interest in gunsmithing, a hobby he quickly fell in love with from his brother-in-law.
At 19, Jay was diagnosed with a heart condition that left him medically challenged for all his adult life. This ailment did not hold him back from extreme activities such as martial arts, race car driving, and recently a dedication to being physically fit. Having Jay in our lives was a true blessing.
On September 6th, 2022, at the age of 47, Jay went home with our Lord, and will forever be missed.