Antonio Magana Obituary, Death – Pablo Magana, who had formerly called Lake Station home, passed away on Friday. He was a resident there. It was stated that he had passed away. Funeral services were held the following day, which was one day after he died away. Pablo had spent a significant portion of his life in Northwest Indiana and had recently retired from Inland Steel in East Chicago, where he had worked for a total of 35 years before taking early retirement.

Pablo had moved to Northwest Indiana when he was in his early 20s and had remained there until his retirement. After relocating to Northwest Indiana while he was in his early 20s, Pablo lived in that area of the state until the time of his retirement. In addition to being a lector and an usher at the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church, he was also a member of the R.C.I.A., which is an acronym that stands for the Spanish Small Christian Communities.

He was an active member of the church. He belonged to the Knights of Columbus St. Clement Council and served in that capacity. In addition to this, he was a member of the Spanish Small Christian Communities R.C.I.A., which is an acronym that stands for the R.C.I.A. (Sagrado Corazon). During the time that Pablo was a member of the Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in East Chicago, he was also an active participant in the Cursillo Spanish Movement. He was an ardent participant. During this historical period, the cathedral was commonly referred to as the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

In addition to this, he was a regular participant in the worship sessions held at the East Chicago branch of the church. His devoted wife, Maria Elena, along with his two sons, Pablo Magana Jr. and John Anthony Magana, both of Lake Station; his three daughters, Andrea (Jorge) Pagan of Hammond, Mariah (John) Torrez of East Chicago, and Monica (Teddy) Roldan of Merrillville; and his six grandchildren, Monica (Rodney, Sr.) Trigg; Serena, Alexis, and Estevan Roldan; Cecelia (Hi