OBITUARY

Celeste "Celestey" Dominguez

March 26, 1994January 27, 2018
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Celeste Reanne Dominguez, lovingly known as Celestey, tragically passed on January 27th, 2018 at the age of 23 years old.

On March 26th, 1994, Celeste was born at Parkview Hospital in Riverside. She was raised in Yucaipa where she attended Valley Elementary School and Parkview Middle School. Celeste then moved to Moreno Valley and attended Sunnymead Middle School, Moreno Valley High School, and March Mountain High. After graduating from high school, Celeste continued on with her education at Moreno Valley College before getting a job at Lil’ Bambino’s where she worked her way up to a managerial position during her four years of service.

Celeste spent all of her free time with her children and family. Family was the most important thing to her. She was always there for every birthday party, every holiday and even the small family gatherings. She was goofy, passionate, caring and had the biggest attitude. But no matter how mad Celeste was at someone she was ready to make up minutes later. Celeste started playing softball when she was 9 years old and absolutely loved it. She played third base and pitched all the way through high school. Celeste loved going out with friends whenever she had the chance to get out. She loved Disneyland and trips to the beach. But Celeste also enjoyed simple pool days with her family or hanging out in her favorite fuzzy pajamas.

Just recently, Celeste met Davidlee and her whole world brightened up. She was noticeably happier every day. Davidlee was treating Celeste the way she deserved to be treated and gave her what she craved every day: love. When talking to his family we found out that Davidlee felt like Celeste was his queen, he knew that she was the person he wanted to marry. These two were making big plans and Celeste was beyond ready. She was finally happy.

Celeste will forever be remembered by her two precious boys Javier and Johnny, her loving mothers Lisa Dominguez and Gale Gamboa, her father Danny Dominguez, her sister and best friend Isabella Dominguez, by her beloved sisters Lilyahna Rivas and Casey Gamboa, her brothers Daniel Dominguez and Gage Gamboa. Celeste is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents. The love that surrounded her is unending and unconditional.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, February 13, 2018

  • Service

    Tuesday, February 13, 2018

  • Reception

    Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Memories

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Kimberly Pierazek

August 2, 2020

I just saw this page now, I wish I'd have seen it sooner...it has been 2+ years now that you've been in heaven but it still feela like yesterday that I heard the most terrible news that you had passed. You were a great neighbor and we just started to become closer friends. & you were so excited to meet my daughter for the 1st time, I'm happy I took her to see you at work ❤❤ Rest in Paradise Celeste, 💖💖💖 I love you girl

Kellie Aceves

February 22, 2018

Kellie Phipps-Aceves

February 15, 2018

Thank you for the wonderful memories from high school. Send messages to your sweet boys whenever you can, beautiful. I'll never forget you.

Julie Peralta

February 13, 2018

It still gives me chills that you're actually gone. You were such a great friend to me and I know you've told me many times not too, but I looked up to you. You were such a strong woman. You were always smiling and sending out positive vibes to everyone even when you weren't having a good day yourself. I will always remember Christmas Eve when you dropped me off home after work and we sang our hearts out to Panic at the Disco's I Write Sins Not Tragedies and how you told me you loved my middle name because you wanted to name your future daughter that. lol You were like family to me and mines, we love you and the boys so much. We will always try our best to be there for your boys and family when they need it. I'll always miss you Celesters

Suzi Munson

February 12, 2018

Celeste,
May you forever be in our hearts.

Your Parents

February 12, 2018

I'm sure there is wifi in heaven so I know your reading all of these wonderful heart-felt posts. Now that you are with God you probably already know this, but I'll say it out loud anyway: We miss you so very much Celestey. And we love you with all our hearts. If there really are holes in the floor of heaven look down and you will watch your boys grow up to be good men and be as proud of them as your Mom and I always were of you. Rest now baby. And we will see you again.

Jennifer Moreno

February 12, 2018

Hey celestey!! If youre hearing this just want you to know how soo many people love you and wish there was many people like you. Such a gorgeous woman and a wonderful mother a total package you were A hardworking mother EVERYTHING. You were a good friend celeste and i miss having you around. Only god takes the best

Miranda Ochoa

February 9, 2018

Where do i start ,
I remember when i met you when we were in middle school we lived in the same apartments. Middle school was the best part of my childhood because of you we hung out everyday we shared clothes we laughed together we cried over boys together & as we moved on to high school we drifted apart but still remained friends even after we had our kids it didnt matter how much time went by as soon as we would hang out it was like we never stopped talking. I admired how strong you were as a mother for your boys no matter how deep the hole you always climbed to the top and pushed on . I remember those times we would go out we had a blast and i still have those pictures i wish i had all those pictures we took when we were little. I remember we used to tell my sister we were ride or die friends and i still laugh about it till this day because it was true anytime we wanted to hang out we made it happen & i wish we could of stayed as close as we were in middle school but ill always have those memories we had growing up together . Youll always be missed my friend and I pray you get justice

Claudia Lipari

February 7, 2018

Celeste,
I want to thank you for letting me be a part of you life these past years. I watched you grow into this beautiful strong mother and woman. How you did it on your own for your boys everyday is something not many people can do but you were doing it. I could not be prouder of you my friend for all you were accomplishing for you and your boys in life. I am just so sad and upset that your life was cut so short so quick. I will miss your voice on the phone especially your laugh when you would always catch me trying to fake a complaint in a different voice. I will miss walking in to the store and seeing your smiling face and the hugs and conversations we shared when I would visit. If there is one thing I know about you my love is that no one can separate you from your boys not even in death. I know that you are now at peace and that you will always be a gaurdian to those boys. I miss you so much I will never forget you my friend. But I will not say goodby instead, I love you and will see you later.

Walter Pierazek

February 7, 2018

Celeste I wish I could have spent more time with you I am glad I was able to help you with your car and anything else you needed help with You always brightened up my days I will remember when you and your boys where at my house and they wanted a drink of water You came inside and we were playing with hot wheels Thank you Celeste for being my friend

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