OBITUARY

Eustasia M. Linares

December 30, 1915September 16, 2013

Eustasia Maria Garcinuño Linares was a dynamic, strong, willed woman who exemplified following life to the beat of her own drum. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on December 30, 1915 she enjoyed her childhood with her three siblings and hardworking immigrant Spanaird (Basque Country) parents. It was interaction with the guests at her parent’s bed and breakfast, that awakened her adventuresome spirit. As many women of her age, after high school she was encouraged to become a professional seamstress and this was the first of a long line of degrees. In the late 1920’s, she became a political activist for Juan and later Evita Peron. She began donating free time to the Red Cross launching her into the medical profession from administering injections to X Ray tech, to Midwife. In 1955 ignoring society’s norms, she married the love of her life Osvaldo who was 11 years younger. In 1958, they had Jose and in 1960 they had Stella Maris. On July 4, 1964 the Linares family immigrated to the United States. Pursuing the American Dream, they have produced a hard working, ethical, and successful family with a one CEO, two Air Force officers, one Detective, an Elementary school teacher, and a Physics Major at UCSB.

Eustasia M. Linares was born December 30, 1915 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and she passed away September 16, 2013 in Moreno Valley, California.

A graveside service will be held at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at Pacific View Memorial Park.

Services

  • Graveside Service Tuesday, September 24, 2013
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Eustasia M. Linares

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George, Anna, and Leela

September 25, 2013

At 97 years of age, Marucha showed us all how to age gracefully and how to live life to the fullest. From her sharp piano playing skills to her witty comments, she was always active, always planning things, always happy. We will all miss her.

Monica Andoro Dulce Linares

September 23, 2013

I am very proud and honor to be part of tia's family.... even though far my heart will always be with her and tio, I will miss her talks when I was a teen ager.... before they went to USA and after when my family traveled to Mass to stay with the Linares.... Very smart, very talented, I will miss her/them both...

Ryan Russomanno

September 20, 2013

Nona, te quiero tanto y ya se que lo sabes, pero te quiero decirte otraves que vos me ayudastes hacer el hombre que soy ahora. Siempre cuando cosas estan dificil, pienso en tu actitud positiva y el sentido del humor que te ayudo tanto en tu vida. Estoy contento que por fin estas con el amor de tu vida, el Nono, y ya se que ustedes dos estan sonriendo a nosotros, contando chistes, y tocando el piano, guitarra, y la arpa. Con much amor, tu nieto, Ryan.

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