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Montecito Memorial Park and Mortuary

3520 E Washington St, Colton, CA

OBITUARY

Gilbert GALINDO

February 11, 1959September 9, 2019

Gilbert GALINDO was born on February 11, 1959 and passed away on September 9, 2019.

Services

24 September

Memorial Service

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Montecito Memorial Park and Mortuary

3520 E Washington St
Colton, CA 92324

Memories

Gilbert GALINDO

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Robert and Rose Quinonez

September 16, 2019

Rest In Peace brother. You were a big part of our family and a great big brother to us. We always had fun and laughed allot when we were together. Thank you for loving my sister with all your heart. You go before us to be with our Heavenly Father in eternity. Until then, your memory stays in our hearts. Love you and miss you!

Gerrie Morales

September 16, 2019

Sending my condolences to Irma. I'm hoping that all those whom are missing you are comforting eachother. I know that Gilbert loved Irma and Irma loves Gilbert. With Respect, Gerrie

Andres Rincon

September 16, 2019

Memories of Uncle Gil. We were young kids and had our vocabulary revolving around the words he said. Chain link fences and grills. Growing up very close to everybody and laughing hard when somebody hecho un petho! Always having family taking care of family and never letting charity go undone.

Emily Alvarado

September 15, 2019

Uncle Gib,
Im gona miss you so much. I love you. Thank you for every happy memory I have of you. Thank you for always making me feel welcome in your home. Thank you for all the laughs. Rest in Paradise Tio. And watch over all of us. We gained another guardian angel.

Irma Rincon

September 15, 2019

To a friend i meet so many years ago theres no one that was as funny as you you were a good person and i always admire you and irma the couple that never separated always togther you will be missed gib may you rest in heaven and theres no more pain amen πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘β€

mary dominguez

September 13, 2019

I remember you always played with sticks as guns and we called you Elmer Fudd.....lol, then the day dad brought you your first BB rifle. We'd set up cans and see who was the best shot. You were 9yrs old.

I will always cherish memories I have, like that time we took dad's 56 Chevy convertible for a ride, I backed it out of the drive way all the way into the ditch across the street. We ran back, and boy did we get a dance with dad and the Avocado tree. Good ol' times. Then a time you crawled into the sidewalk sewer holding on to the pipe across the cement. City came and finally got you out! I will cherish all these memories...……………..forever in my heart, love you Hey.

Jenny Hernandez

September 13, 2019

Cousin gibby, although I am much younger and grew up with Michelle and Babaloo you were always around being funny, you loved family and didn't hesitate to let me know this, hanging out at my parents anniversary with your loving wife by your side, we laughed so much and you said im your favorite cousin okay you didn't actually say it say it but I know I am ;) I'll treasure our family visits in Valinda when family would actually visit and hang out with each other... good old days memories forever in my heartπŸ™πŸ’™πŸ’”βœŠπŸΌ

Michelle Rachal-Poole

September 13, 2019

It's a beautiful feeling to know so many souls that are in Heaven yet we can still feel them close to us, watching us and filling out hearts with joy and peace....Thank you brother for all the times you and your family helped me and mine.I know you are young and healthy now and I am happy for you...also thank you to our sister Irma and their children for taking care of Gib and being there for him...May God bless and comfort you all.

Elizabeth Sandoval

September 12, 2019

WHEN I THINK ABOUT U BROTHER I HAVE TO SAY MY MOST PRECIOUS MEMORY WAS THE DAY YOU TOLD ME YOU MET A GIRL, YOU WAS SO TWITTERPAINTED AND SHE HAD TO BE YOURS BECAUSE SHE WAS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL YOU HAD EVER SEEN, AND U WAS RIGHT AND U MARRIED THE WOMAN OF YOUR DREAMS AND LOVED HER ,CHERISHED HER ,PLACED NO ONE BEFORE HER, YOUR LOVE WAS, IS , AND ALWAYS WILL BE NEVERENDING,,TY MY SISTER FOR LOVING HIM SO MUCH ,TY FOR BEING HIS HEARTBEAT, HIS EYES WHEN HE COULDNT SEE, HIS AIR WHEN HE COULD NOT BREATH, BUT MOST OF ALL THE BEAUTIFUL WOMAN HE MARRIED AND LOVED WE ARE HERE FOR U ALWAYS WITH MUCH LOVE MY DEAR SISTER..,..R.I.P MY DEAR BROTHER SEE YOU AGAIN,..,....,. LOVE LIZ N THE BOYS

mary dominguez

September 12, 2019



There was a time we had a baby cow in our back yard that's how dad got us started ranching lol, then we had horses in Pico Rivera where we spent most of our time growing up. We all had something to do. Building a raft to float in the river, pretending to be on fantastic voyages. Going with our tio's and tia's to Marano Beach, those were the days.

I remember you and cousin's running after the Helms bakery wagon and hanging on the back when they pulled away for a ride to the corner...……

I want to thank Irma for all the love and care she gave my brother. I can't even imagine...……………. but I will always be grateful to you and the kids.