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Ana Luisa Hernandez

15 agosto , 198925 junio , 2020
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Ana Luisa Hernandez, age 30, of Chicago, Illinois passed away on Thursday, June 25, 2020. Ana Luisa was born August 15, 1989 in Chicago, Illinois to her parents Norma and Jorge Hernandez.

Ana Luisa is survived by her loving parents Norma and Jorge Hernandez; her beloved son Alexander, her devoted Fiancé Joe. Dear sister of Norma, Jorge (Gabby), Luz and Luis. Ana Luisa especially loved her nieces and nephews; Normita, Ethan, Benjamin, Angel, Panky and Rollie.

Ana Luisa enjoyed painting, heavy metal, a cannabis enthusiast and good food. She was known to be talkative. She was adventurous. Ana Luisa loved spending time with her pets. She loved playing board games with her son, her fiancé and friends. She was known to be loving and caring. If someone needed her, she would be there in a heartbeat. Her son Alexander was her world. She had one of those laughs that was contagious and unique as soon as you would hear her laugh everybody would laugh with her. To her, there was no more greater people than her parents. She loved greeting people with, “what up bitch” as she was flicking them off, but you knew that was the way she was showing you love. She was such an original person she will be truly missed. A special quote dedicated to her nieces and nephews, “I’ll love yous forever, I’ll like yous for always, as long as I’m living, my babys you’ll be”.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MountAuburnFuneralHome.com for the Hernandez family.

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Luis Martínez

29 junio , 2020

Ana I remember that one time I called you to pretend to be my sister so I could go back to school lol and all those times we would ask each other for them tacos... when out of nowhere you would punch me for no reason and start boxing lol.... and every time you would see me u would say hi or bye to me with 🖕🏼 ... in general im gonna miss you ana :(
Why this had to happen to you just why?????
Please forgive me for never really show my feelings but you really meant a lot in my life my son and luz we sure gonna miss you and remember you forever 😢

Val Rivera

29 junio , 2020

Ana became a part of our family the moment Joe introduced us. She was kind and understanding. A wonderful mother to Alex. She will be missed. <3

Vanessa Castillo

29 junio , 2020

I'll forever miss you. I'll remember our sleepovers, playing barbies, going with my tia and tio to help with the paper as little girls. I'll remember when Norma use to shower us at the same time and throw the loofah at us and say wash your cooters lol I'll only do your hair. Our trip to Monterrey. When you made me go with you to the mountains and I fell down the mountain and you made fun of me the whole time. All our memories every single one of them I'll cherish for the rest of my life. God couldn't have a better angel by his side. There can never in this lifetime be another you Anita. NEVER! Rest peacefully my love. In the next life prima we will still make dinner, we will still go on that family vacation with our kids. We will continue our memories when I see you. I love you.

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Ana Luisa Hernandez, age 30, of Chicago, Illinois passed away on Thursday, June 25, 2020. Ana Luisa was born August 15, 1989 in Chicago, Illinois to her parents Norma and Jorge Hernandez.

Ana Luisa is survived by her loving parents Norma and Jorge Hernandez; her beloved son Alexander, her devoted Fiancé Joe. Dear sister of Norma, Jorge (Gabby), Luz and Luis. Ana Luisa especially loved her nieces and nephews; Normita, Ethan, Benjamin, Angel, Panky and Rollie.

Ana Luisa enjoyed painting, heavy metal, a cannabis enthusiast and good food. She was known to be talkative. She was adventurous. Ana Luisa loved spending time with her pets. She loved playing board games with her son, her fiancé and friends. She was known to be loving and caring. If someone needed her, she would be there in a heartbeat. Her son Alexander was her world. She had one of those laughs that was contagious and unique as soon as you would hear her laugh everybody would laugh with her. To her, there was no more greater people than her parents. She loved greeting people with, “what up bitch” as she was flicking them off, but you knew that was the way she was showing you love. She was such an original person she will be truly missed. A special quote dedicated to her nieces and nephews, “I’ll love yous forever, I’ll like yous for always, as long as I’m living, my babys you’ll be”.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MountAuburnFuneralHome.com for the Hernandez family.

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