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Lisle Funeral Home

1605 L Street, Fresno, CA

OBITUARY

Isabel A. Flores

5 November , 192925 June , 2019

Isabel A. Flores, age 89, of Fresno, California passed away on Tuesday June 25, 2019. Isabel was born November 5, 1929 in New Mexico.

Isabel is survived by her children, Isaac Flores and wife Regina, Johnny Flores and wife Rita, Tommy Flores, daughter in law Alice Flores, eight grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.

A graveside service for Isabel will be held Friday, July 5, 2019 at 10:00 am at Fresno Memorial Gardens, 175 South Cornelia Ave, Fresno, California 93706. Following the graveside service will be a celebration of life service at 12:00 pm at The Table Foursquare Church, 2727 N. First St., Fresno, CA 93703.

  • FAMILY

  • She leaves behind her children, Isaac Flores and wife Regina, Johnny Flores and wife Rita, Tommy Flores, daughter in law Alice Flores, eight grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Service Friday, 5 July , 2019

Memories

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Rachel Flores

4 July 2019

My condolences go out to all her kids and family from family down in texas and her brother in law Robert .................i didn't know much of my aunt but i just new about her cuz i live down here and i was to small but prayers. To all in time of need R.i.p Tia isabel

Jazlynn Flores

4 July 2019

Jazlynn Flores said, "Nana was nice. She played dominoes with us and walked with us."
Isaiah Flores said, "She made cookies with us."
Isabel was a very good cook, loved having some kind of sweets after a meal. She loved going for walks, where she met many people. She cared for her loved ones and prayed for them before going to bed.

Eileen Milian

4 July 2019

There are so many memories to choose from. I remember riding with my grandpa and cousin Raylene to pick up my grandma from the fig factory in Fresno. We rode in grandpa’s big grey van. Grandma loved figs. I loved to be able to go with my grandpa to pick her up.
Another fond memory is all the times we would all help make tamales for Christmas. Everyone helped spread the masa onto the hojas and the adults made sure to check our work before setting it aside and giving it the okay.
I enjoyed baking with my grandma. I learned how to make her walnut sticks and apricot cookies. My sister Laurie will continue to bake my grandma’s amazing lemon meringue pie. Something many of us look forward to on Thanksgiving.

I’m so glad that a piece of my grandma will continue on with us through pictures, memories, and recipes. I love you grandma.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY