OBITUARY

Lucille R PINEDA

March 12, 1960April 9, 2021

Lucille R PINEDA was born on March 12, 1960 and passed away on April 9, 2021 and is under the care of Green Acres Memorial Park & Mortuary.

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Lucille R PINEDA

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Brittany Escamilla

May 8, 2021

Lucille Pineda was my mother and I've missed her every day since she's passed. I want others to know how wonderful, loving and selfless she was. Our family feels like a piece of us is now missing.
Everything my mom did for us and anyone in our family was out of love. She was the part of our family that kept us together. She's missed so much by my father (her husband of 35 years), my siblings and I, her grandchildren and all of her family.

One thing I want to share is some of the memories and things I'll cherish about my mom. Being imperfect people, my mom and I obviously did not have a perfect mother-daughter relationship, sometimes we did not see things the same way and I know at times I may have disappointed her, but I know no matter what mistakes I made, she always loved me and wanted what was best for me. My mom helped me with so much in my life and I don’t think I ever thanked her enough for all that she did. But I owe her the greatest thanks of all because she is the one who showed our family who Jehovah was and brought our family into a faith that keeps our hope strong. It’s only now that I have a relationship with Jehovah God that I have a real hope for the future.

The one day in my life that is most memorable to me now is the day of my baptism, around the baptism pool at our assembly hall is a round platform for everyone to watch and take pictures, and I remember that day when I came up from the water, the first person I saw was my mom, smiling and with tears of joy and happiness in her eyes. All my mom wanted for us and her entire family, was to be together as a family and never have to lose each other.

I’m not saying goodbye to my mom because I know in my heart that what Jehovah God promises about the future paradise and the resurrection is true. And on that day when Jehovah wakes her up, I’ll be there waiting for her with a smile and tears of joy and happiness in my eyes.

I love you mom and I’ll see you soon.

James Espinoza

April 12, 2021

I never actually met Lucille. But I played her many times over the last years on words with friends. Well I lost many more times than I won. But Lucille was always very sweet about winning. She was always very nice with well wishes for myself and my family. I will miss my friend that I never met. Rest Lucille.

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