Staff Sgt. Denver Sugano, USMC, 32, husband of Jessica Bria Sugano, of Beaufort, SC passed away on Thursday, October 15, 2015. The family will receive friends on Thursday, October 29, 2015 from 5 to 7 pm at Anderson Funeral Home. A funeral service will be held on Friday, October 30, 2015 at 10 am at Carl Anderson Memorial Chapel. Denver was born on March 23, 1983 in Manila, Philippines to Robert Sugano and Peregrina Sugano. He worked as an Aviation Quality Assurance Representative for the United States Marine Corps. "Staff Sgt. Denver Sugano was a vibrant leader with an infectious personality who was beloved by his Marines and universally respected by those who knew him. VMM-162 (REIN) lost a brother today. We will miss him and he will forever be in our thoughts and serve as an inspiration to each one of us" Lt. Col. Brian T. Koch. Surviving in addition to his wife, Jessica " My love, you were such an amazing man, husband, son and father, my heart is breaking more and more each day that passes, your dad and mom raised a great man and that does not go unnoticed, I love you so much babe, more than you could imagine, until we meet again babe RIP and watch over us all" and parents, Robert and Peregrina, "Dear Goy Goy, We miss you Goy, We love you. Last time we talked, we didn't see any signs of you being ill. But it was too late when we found out that you were sick. You will be home with us and your spirit will be your home. Where ever we go, whatever we do, we know our hearts will be right there with you Love, Mama and Papa," are one son, Paxton Sugano; two daughters, Ivy Veniece and Kaylee Sugano; and one sister, Aileen Sugano "Dear Big Brother, Like literally, hahaha! A lot of people know you as this buff, fit guy who loved junk food and liked working on cars. Well, I remember you by this thick, stocky kid, who loved eating Chips Ahoy cookies, pizza, and drinking soda while watching fighting movies like Bruce Lee, and playing with hot wheel cars on the race track. After all these years you were still a big kid just in a bigger body LOL! I watched you grow from a boy to a man. I seen your struggles and how you conquered them. I'm proud to call you my brother and I'm proud of you! We maybe far in distance but you're still close at heart. I'll be seeing you again! I love and miss you! XOXO Love always, your little sister, Aileen.