Mary Constansia Campos Polanco
December 28, 1935 – April 3, 2018
Mary Constansia Campos Polanco, age 82, of Fresno, California entered into rest on Tuesday April 3, 2018. Mary was born December 28, 1935 in Chandler, Arizona.
Mary is survived by; daughter Margaret Walhof; son-in-law David Walhof; daughter Adela Aguilar; son-in-law Ernie Aguilar; daughter Juanita Zermeno; son-in-law Carlos Zermeno; and son Ralph Guzman; sister Concepcion Rosales, sister Estephana Munoz and sister Consuelo Ceja; granddaughter Danielle Sermeno, granddaughter Elysia Guzman, grandson Carlos Sermeno, granddaughter Natasha Guzman, grandson Alejandro Sermeno and grandson Victor Guzman. Mary will also be lovingly remembered by her numerous nieces and nephews and her "fur baby" Maya.
A memorial service for Mary will be held Sunday, May 6, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at Boice Funeral Home, 308 Pollasky Ave, Clovis, California 93612.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.boicefuneralhome.com for the Campos Polanco family.
- Margaret Walhof, Daughter
- David Walhof, Son-in-law
- Adela Aguilar, Daughter
- Ernie Aguilar, Son-in-law
- Juanita Zermeno, Daughter
- Carlos Zermeno, Son-in-law
- Ralph Guzman, Son
- Danielle Sermeno, Granddaughter
- Elysia Guzman, Granddaughter
- Carlos Sermeno Jr., Grandson
- Natasha Guzman, Granddaughter
- Alejandro Sermeno, Grandson
- Victor Guzman, Grandson
- Concepcion Rosales, Sister
- Estephana Munoz, Sister
- Consuelo Ceja, Sister
- Mary will also be lovingly remembered by her numerous nieces and nephews and her "fur baby" Maya.
- Memorial Service Sunday, May 6, 2018
Mary Constansia Campos Polanco
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April 17, 2018
I miss you so much already Tia ...you were def my favorite your warm hugs and your love was always felt your smile lite up a room as soon as you arrived I'll never forget our talks our laughs and our Krazy conversations lol you lived life with pure happiness I love you tia give my daddy and daughter big hugs for me it's never good bye but see you when I'm called home rest in paradise our beautiful angel ❤️
April 14, 2018
I will Always Cherish My Mom Love . She was an amazing,loving,caring person. In our neighborhood growing up she was the house our friends loved hanging out at. Mom would make a pitcher of ice kool-aid. and sandwiches. She made people feel welcome. At nights as a child,I would get up, and get me a glass of water. I would see my parents slow dancing to a mexican love song . I would watch them and smile, I could feel their love with one another. When I was 21 years old,while getting dress to go out with friends. I would have a glass of wine and My mom would join me. We talked about everything. There was an open door policy with my mom. She would advise if I asked,and at times she would just give it to me. After I moved to Fresno as a newlywed,my mom,sister and brother followed me. As the years went by,every night mom and I would talk on the phone to say I Love You and Goodnight. I will Miss that every night.I will Forever Cherish your Love Mama, I LOVE YOU.