OBITUARY

Angelita Burdette

May 23, 1947December 5, 2020
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Angelita (Angie) Burdette, 73, of Colton, California passed away on Saturday, December 5, 2020 with her dear husband Herb by her side after a 3 year struggle with cancer.

Angie was born on May 23, 1947 in Madera, California to Jesse and Stella (Hernandez) Medellin. The family moved to Southern California in 1950 and most of Angie's childhood years were spent in La Puente, California.

Angie was a woman of style with no equal. She was forever young at heart and was the brightest light in the room. She worked in the restaurant industry as a server and bartender for many years. Angie was well suited for this profession and she had many loyal customers that loved her because of her sincerity and intuitive abilities. Her heart for others was one of her special gifts, and she shared it freely. She loved collecting and selling antiques. Angie was a lifelong Dodger fan and was able to watch her team win the 2020 World Series.

Angie is survived by her husband, Herb Burdette, daughters Rhonda (Tony) Keliipio, Lisa Lindstrom, and stepdaughter Nicole (Matthew) McDonald, grandchildren Christian, Erika, Emily, and great-grandchildren Aven and Elora. She is also survived by her brother Jesse (Lynette) Medellin and sister Cathy (Mel) Johnson and many nieces and nephews. Her loss will be felt deeply by her family and friends.

A funeral mass will be held January 14, 2021 at 10 a.m. located at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church 1106 N. La Cadena Drive Colton, CA. Interment to follow on January 14 at 11:30 a.m. located at Montecito Memorial Park 3520 E. Washington Street, Colton, CA.

Her memory will forever live on in our hearts.

Services

  • Mass

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

  • Interment

    Thursday, January 14, 2021

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George Cordero

January 11, 2021

I’m so sad condolences to my friends
I lived at least ten of my years of my life at the Bluffs every day after work and many lunches she served me and my friend Raul
I miss our days at the midnight rodeo
Always wanted to ask her who burnt down the Bluffs (was it every day Ray) just kidding
But it hurts my heart to see this in paper
Just wanna say I miss those days and her energy and smile
Did she still have the BMW

Linda Hernandez

January 9, 2021

I first met Angelita when she and Herb bought the house across the street. Over the years, I grew more fond of her. She was “real” and one that was a friend forever. I loved her and still do. She’s in Gods care now and I will miss her so much. My love and condolences go out to her family. God be with you all.

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