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Funeraria del Angel Chino

13002 South Central Ave, Chino, CA

OBITUARY

Arthur D Licon

Passed away on September 18, 2019
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Arthur D Licon passed away on September 18, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, October 4, 2019
  • Rosary Friday, October 4, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, October 5, 2019
  • Committal Service Saturday, October 5, 2019

Memories

Arthur D Licon

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Patricia Ramirez

October 4, 2019

Querido Primo, vamos a extrañarte siempre porque fuiste alguien muy importante en nuestra vida y hay tanto que recordar fiestas, viajes, tristezas, alegrias, nos diste mucho y por eso hoy dejas un gran vacio en nuestro ❤.
Fuiste un gran hijo, esposo y sobretodo un Padre ejemplar, estoy segura que descansas en Paz. Te queremos siempre.
❤👏🙏🌹

Carlos Licon Hernandez

October 2, 2019

Wonderful memories with you growing up on Dangler, driving to Kingsbury in you car LA BAMBA, wanted to be just like my uncle ARTHUR... I remember you Always Laughing :)

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Biography

Arthur D. Licon was born on November 6, 1938 in Las Varas, Chihuahua to Esteban and Maria Licon. He was the youngest sibling in his family, and grew up with 3 sisters and 1 brother. He attended Garfield High School in Los Angeles. Later, he served in the U.S. Army. He worked as a press
operator for the Burroughs Corporation for several years. Hemarried Grace Licon in 1973. Three years later their only son was born, Arthur R. Licon.
Later, he worked many years for Charter Oak and Covina Valley Unified School Districts before retiring. In Chino he served as the Board President of the Hampshire Village Homeowner's Association for several years and was dedicated to his community. Art enjoyed traveling with his
family and in his retirement would visit casinos in Southern California with his wife. He loved spending time with his granddaughters every day.

Art was extremely friendly and polite. Wherever he went he was sure to start a conversation and make friends. He loved to make jokes, discuss current events, and talk about life. Art was very gentle and loved playing with his nieces and nephews and especially, his two granddaughters. He was always willing to help family members, friends, and co-workers. He was loved by the teachers and students at the schools where he worked. He had a positive attitude and would avoid pessimism, selfishness, and conflict. He is survived by his wife Grace, his son Arthur and his wife Veronica, his granddaughters Annika & Emily, his 3 sisters, and many cousins, nieces, and nephews.