Salvador P Ojeda

January 11, 1925February 27, 2019

Salvador P Ojeda was born on January 11, 1925 and passed away on February 27, 2019.


  • Funeral Service Friday, March 15, 2019

Salvador P Ojeda

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Cynthia Peralta

March 20, 2019

Daddy, we have laid you to your final rest in God's hands. Always remembered...Never forgotten. We all loved you very much and will see you someday in God's Gardens of Love, like the ones you created for Mom and us girls.

Michael Moreno

March 16, 2019

I’m so sad to not have been able to see Chavo these past few years. I remember so much of he and his family (Aunt Pat and the girls). The Harleys, his pet wolves, painting his Suburbans, only Oldsmobile’s. How much he loved Pat.
He would give and do anything for the love of his life. She was everything to him.
Then there were his girls. Second only to his wife. Nobody in his right mind would do anything to hurt them. He loved them all so very much. Undyingly so. No matter what they may have thought or did he always loved them.
He, Pat and my mom would often talk. And irregardless of what happened, or what the girls thought had happened, Chavo always loved and cared for his mijitas. Aunt Pat would also be the one to “be there” for the girls, but it was never without Chavo’s knowledge and blessings. I know they will miss him so much. As we all will.
God Bless you Chavo. Say hi to Pat, my mom and dad too.


March 14, 2019

MY SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY . My God Bless and comfort you at this time of grieve. Im glad to have known your father Sal he always bragged about his girls. Yes he always liked to party, and dance and now his together with you mom in heaven dancing away and watching over you they will always be in your hearts

Rebecca Anderson

March 13, 2019

I always felt like a part of their extended family and I can remember that he was always smiling and laughing. If I had any questions he was always willing to listen and answer. He always was very attentive to his wife and family and they made everyone feel welcome. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends. I'm glad that I was made to feel as part of the family growing up and will miss him too.

Cynthia Peralta

March 12, 2019

Daddy wanted all of us to experience horseback riding, so he would rent horses for us to ride and he is the one that taught us how to ride and guide the horses. Yes, I agree with my Sisters, he loved his girls, used to play board games with us and was always there when we needed him in an emergency, no matter where we lived! I Love you and miss you Daddy. Have another dance with Mom for me and give her a big kiss and hug, I miss her too....

Jeannie Pallares

March 12, 2019

A wonderful memory was when Dad used to have a motorcycle. He would give us rides on it. It was so fun! Also, when a new amusement park opened he would take us to it. He knew how to have fun, and party. We had our ups and down in life, but family was important to him. Dad is on a new adventure now. Go, Dad!

Belinda Graupman

March 12, 2019


When I had major surgeries I could always count on you being there, before my surgery when I close my eyes to after my surgery when my eyes opened were there in the morning, most of the day , till the nighttime when I needed to rest. So thank you for always being there....I love you daddy, may you rest in peace....Bel