OBITUARY

Pedro Dionico Salas

March 24, 1951June 16, 2014

Peter Dionicio Salas 63, passed away on Monday June 16, 2014 at Chino Valley Medical Center. He was born on March 24, 1951 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Peter has been a Chino resident for 33 years and a previous Garden Grove resident. He worked as a Quality Control Supervisor for 42 years at Econolite Control Products before his retirement on January 3, 2014. Peter graduated from Garden Grove High School and was a member of the Catholic Church. He is survived by his beloved wife Debbie, daughter Jenny, son Jordan , Grandchildren Robert, Lucy Mae, Deborah Victoria (Tori) and Corrine. Peter also leaves behind his brothers David Salas, Raymond and Debbie Salas and sisters Susan Martinez, Marie and Tommy Mendoza, Nancy and Chano Maldonado. Viewing will be held Friday, June 20, 2014 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Funeraria del Angel Pierce Brothers Griffith in Chino. Funeraria del Angel Pierce Brothers Griffith in charge of arrangements. www.funerariadelangelchino.com

Services

  • Visitation Friday, June 20, 2014
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Pedro Dionico Salas

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Chuck Truman

June 25, 2014

Pete was my best friend in high school, a great wrestler, a fanatic on taking care of his stuff especially his 65 Mustang. We would spend all day outside doing something and get home when the street lights came on. I was never worried back then about anything because I knew Pete had my back when my brother wasn't around. Rest in peace my friend...

Rachel Estrada

June 24, 2014

Uncle Peter will be missed terribly, we enjoyed the recent visit talking and laughing, I remember when I was a little girl we would go to grandma & grandpa Salas house my shoes came untied and I didn't know how to tie them, he made me sit down and learn how to tie my shoes, when I would start to cry he would just say don't be a crybaby come on you can do it, lol he taught me how to tie my shoes. ......in the later years he wouldn't let me take his photo when he would visit my mom in Victorville Ca. I would come over and I would have to physically wrestle a photo out of him.....that was fun....uncle Peter I'm going to miss you...I love you dearly. ...RIP...until we meet again?

Mickie Mitchell

June 21, 2014

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Pete you and I worked together for 43 plus years at Econolite and wow what a ride that was, I loved your humor and all of the help you gave whenever needed. You are truely going to be missed

Maryann Baines

June 21, 2014

So sorry for the loss of Uncle Pete what a wonderful man he was! I know what you are going through, I love you all so much! I can't believe this has happened so shocking!

Julie Franz

June 20, 2014

I was saddened to hear of Pete's passing. I worked with him for 35 years that were filled with great memories. I'm gonna miss that big smile!

Rex Leonard

June 20, 2014

My deepest condolences go out to the Salas family,I was a co-worker of Pete's for 23yrs. It was a honor to know Pete, we had alot of good laughs thru the yrs. he will greatly be missed.

Mike Jones

June 20, 2014

Pete I cant believe your not here with us. Im truly going to miss the times we had together sitting under the tree talking. I wish we would have gotten to be better friends sooner.Thank you for all the good times and I know theres another angel looking down on us. Until I see you again my brother Love you Mike

Sandra Baena

June 20, 2014

I grateful that I had the honor to have met your dad. I was a very good man who loved his family. He's another great n Beautiful Angel above. My prayers are with you n your family.

Gloria Adame

June 19, 2014

I'm so sorry for your loss, Pete was a GREAT friend and co-worker, we had many laughs. Pete was always the "go to guy" when we needed someting done,,,

Leeanna Tehee

June 19, 2014

I remember your father always outside sitting under his tree and I would drive by and wave to him and he would always wave back. He will always be in my thoughts as I drive by the tree in the yard. He will not be forgotten.