OBITUARY

Rhonda Lynn Munoz

May 7, 1960February 27, 2019
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Rhonda Lynn Munoz was born on May 7, 1960 in Castro Valley, California and passed away on February 27, 2019 in Sacramento , California .

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  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, March 6, 2019
REMEMBERING

Rhonda Lynn Munoz

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Brady Glenn

March 12, 2019

Rhonda, You’re a very special girl.God blessed you with an incredible personality and undeniable humor not to mention the dancing moves.Nobody could ever replicate the moves you have.Whats nice about you is you’re always happy,life is good,you can make anyone get over a bad day with just Rhonda being Rhonda. We never knew what saying You was going to come up with,Hot dog,Turkey,O-baloney,Mustard,Hamburg,etc. You are always busy doing something writing ,dancing,singing,or watching your many episodes of Lucy. One day we’ll see each other again and we’ll dance sunrise to sunset. I Love You. You made everybody’s life better with just being yourself. Thanks for the memories. Love,Brady

Jeremy Glenn

March 11, 2019

Aunt Rhonda you will be greatly missed. Rhonda tought me so much which has helped shaped who I am today personally and towards others. Aunt Rhonda was truly one of a kind and a superstar which is why that without a doubt I have stolen some of her awsomeness. The list of what I have stolen is long but to name a few they are: her great dance moves, swimming skills, penmanship, enthusiasm for life, love of cheesecake, silly jokes and silly songs, Hey my Pirate my favorite of all time. Rhonda always wanted to have a good time and spread fun and joy even if she got a little upset. I can hear her now saying "Jeremy Glenn, you've been a bad boy" waiving her finger with the other on her hip because Rhonda was the boss and you don't mess with the boss. Aunt Rhonda you were always an inspiration for me and someone I always looked up to, that is until that one day when I finally grew taller than you. I remember as a kid I always wanted to be taller than my Aunt Rhonda because she was the coolest and still is. One last thought came to my mind seems how I'm single currently. Rhonda always wanted to know where my girlfriend was and if I didn't have one she would say "aw bologna" and throw her hand at me. I guess I best get one so I don't hear her shouting from the Heavens above, although I would love to hear Rhonda shout "I'm Home!" one last time.
With Love - Jeremy Glenn

Brady Glenn

March 11, 2019

Brady Glel

March 11, 2019

Brady Glenn

March 11, 2019

bob perrin

March 10, 2019

Julie Shipp

March 9, 2019

Rhonda ♥️
I was so blessed to call you my sister. Family isn’t always related by blood.
Thank you for showing me what unconditional love looks like, to love someone wholly without expectation.
I will always try to live the rest of my life from my heart and without judgement of others in your honor.
I love you Rhonda 🌸💗
Julie

Bob Perrin

March 9, 2019

Bob Perrin

March 9, 2019

Brady Glenn

March 9, 2019

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