Jose Nunez Wiki – Jose Nunez Biography
Jose Nunez, his wife Maria, and his two-year-old son were found dead in Mexico while staying at an Airbnb. Now the family of Jose and Maria Nunez is raising money on GoFundMe to bring them home for burial while they wait to learn more about what happened. Their cause of death has not yet been determined.
His age is unclear.
Family Found Dead in Airbnb
Bakersfield Now reported that Jose Nunez Jr., his wife Maria Nunez, and their son Jayden were found dead in Mexico. They were staying at an Airbnb and were all located in the same room. Local 12 reported that they went to sleep and never woke up.
The couple left behind four other children, according to the family’s GoFundMe. A GoFundMe started by a different family member shared that the surviving children are between 8 and 10.
Jacobo told Bakersfield Now that the Nunez family was visiting other family members staying at the same Airbnb. The other family members are okay.
Jacobo told NBC 11 News that they were a “really good family.” She said her nephew was “one of the best dads I know,” and he was always very loving. He was also a big Dallas Cowboys fan, she shared.
“[He was] in love with his family,” Jacobo said. “He’s always hugging them, always holding them.”
In a statement to Bakersfield Now, Airbnb said they are investigating what happened and have deactivated the listing where the Nunez family was staying. The name of where they were staying has not been released.
The company said in a statement:
This is a horrific tragedy, and our team’s thoughts are with the Nunez children and the entire extended family as they grieve the losses of Jose, Maria, and Jayden. Safety is at the heart of everything we do at Airbnb, and we are conducting a comprehensive investigation into what happened.
Jacobo told Bakersfield Now that an autopsy will be performed in Mexico to determine the cause of death.
A GoFundMe has been set up to raise money to bring the family back to California for funeral arrangements.
Jacobo told NBC 11 News: “We want our loved ones back in the States. We want to know what happened to them, of course, but… right now, we’re focused on getting Jose, Maria and Jayden home.”
As of the time of this article’s publication, more than $11,000 had been raised out of a $30,000 goal.