OBITUARY

Elida Palomo

March 31, 1951January 8, 2021

Elida Palomo was born on March 31, 1951 in San Antonio, TX and passed away on January 8, 2021 in Fort Myers, Florida and is under the care of Coral Ridge Funeral Home & Cemetery.

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Lisa Ann Leos

January 16, 2021

You will be greatly missed Aunt Ellie. You were always very kind to me, my kids & my grandchildren. You were always generous with your time & your love. The scriptures and prayers you posted every morning were healing throughout the day not only for you but for us all. I pray your family finds comfort in knowing you are no longer in pain and you are with our King. Your smile & laughter will be missed tremendously. Much love, Lisa, Hector, Rachel, Amya & Travis

Teresa and Bob Hookman

January 15, 2021

We will miss you Ellie. You were a loving sister-in-law and friend. Such a gifted and talented person! You were always welcoming and always fun to be with! May you be with our Heavenly Father and be at peace now. My condolences to all your children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren! Ellie always loved to talk about all of you! You always loved and took care of Johnny! Thank you, Ellie!
Rest In Peace. Bob and Teresa Hookman

Consuelo Palomo-Koehler

January 15, 2021

Ellie is my sister-in-law and is a strong and beautiful spirit- one with God. She demonstrated that spirit time and time again with her generous nature and willingness to give so much. I will miss her tremendously. She was fun! Put on a bit of Mexican music and just watch her cut a rug. She loved her family... I grieve for her children, grandchildren and my brother. There is an empty space again in the Palomo family......

God's blessing with you alway, Elida. Love to you always,

Connie

Irene Casillas

January 13, 2021

Ellie, you had the gift of making people welcome into your home whether it was a weekend or week. You were a gracious hostess and a warrior to the end. You will be sorely missed but not forgotten. May the angels surround you as make your way to heaven .
In Christ,
Cousin Irene ❤️❤️🙏🙏

Urbano Leos

January 12, 2021

The year was 2009 and I had no place to live. You and my Uncle Johnny invited me to stay with you until I got back on my feet. It had to have been pretty tough already since my Uncle Johnny's son, Johnno and Ellie's niece were living there too. But without hesitation, you took me in, gave me a roof to sleep under, fed me your delicious and nutritious meals, listened to my problems, gave me great advice, treated me like a son and gave me hope, gave me my confidence back, basically nutured me back out of my stump from a marriage that took all of that away. You were truly a wonderful, thoughtful and loveable person to be around. God loves you, just as I love you. Now and until we see each other again. Rest in Peace Ellie Palomo.

maria Gonzales

January 12, 2021

It was a blessing when you, Ellie came into our lives. You were a wonderful person inside and out. You were there for anyone who needed help, especially my Son. You will never be forgotten and we all love you. May you rest in peace now, with no more pain.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY