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Estrellita Nable Miranda

October 31, 1954January 4, 2021
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Estrellita Nable Miranda, age 66, of Escondido, California passed away on Monday, January 4, 2021. Estrellita was born October 31, 1954.

A visitation and service for Estrellita will be held Monday, January 18, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM at McLeod Mortuary, 1919 E Valley Parkway, Escondido, California 92027.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.mcleodmortuary.com for the Miranda family.

More detailed information is available at https://jerlitz.com/info/

Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, January 18, 2021

  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, January 20, 2021

  • Burial

    Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Memories

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Yasmin Senturias

January 18, 2021

Auntie Lita, we thank you for your never ending love for us, your family. And you believed so much in family. You always believed in each and every one of us. You always prayed for us. You always smiled even when you had illness and pain. The power of prayer and positivity has illumined your life and the life of all that you talked to. Your generous spirit and hospitality was endless. I remembered being hosted in your home in Calapan and in San Diego and just feeling so at home.

When it comes to cherishing memories, you are number one. We turn to your treasure of photos for all the family memories. You have all these because you cherished the special moments and accomplishments of your family and friends. You were always so proud of us. Thank you. I just talked to you on the phone not long ago... I miss you already.

Bye for now, Auntie Lita, beautiful, beloved Auntie and sister in faith. Till we meet again at Jesus’ feet.

Leo Baltazar

January 18, 2021

So Long, Sanse Lita...Thanks For Everything❤️I Love You

Edna Robison

January 18, 2021

How do I distill the life of an exuberant sister who is transparent about her life? I can’t. As Psalms 103:17 says, “But for those who honor the Lord, his love lasts forever, and his goodness endures for all generations.”

Family and friends know everything about her. Lita was our “first responder” when someone needed help or prayers. She connected us. She praised God daily and spread His word. Her loyalty exceeded expectations.

Our family will miss her visits and birthday greetings. I will miss her phone calls and text messages with lots of hearts!

May Lita’s smile be with us all! May her immediate family be comforted, knowing that our “little star” now rests in peace.

Meann Maring

January 18, 2021

My Dearest Auntie Lita,

I have always been fond of you. I admire you for being sweet, gentle, and inspiring. Thank you for treating me well eversince. I will forever miss you, Auntie. Your love, your sweetness, and your calling me one of your "dearests." I love you, Auntie.

No more pain now, just everlasting happiness.

Bhette Miranda

January 17, 2021

Auntie Lita, as I fondly call her is also one of our principal sponsors when I got married(1996). She’s so full of life, she always make sure to look in a positive and bright side of everything. Being prayerful, active member at church and being religious is one of her trademark. One of the people I’ve known who truly “walk his talk” and never judge anybody around her even tho she knew that at that moment she’s being judged.
Am happy that my family had a chance to be reunited with her and uncle Jerry last 2016.
They were able to visit us. We had fun going around Houston and Austin. From then on we always in touched via FB. She’s very thoughtful and never missed any birthdays and milestones of my family to greet us with her effortless picture collage. Auntie Lita, you may be gone from our sight but never from our hearts. May your soul Rest In Peace. We love you. To her immediate family, just know that my family (Jojo Miranda&kids)share in your sadness, I am sending healing prayers and comforting hugs most especially to uncle Jerry.


Tara Shambaugh

January 17, 2021

I remember meeting auntie Lita for the first time 10 years ago and she was full of smiles, really loving big hugs, and I also remember her skin being so beautiful!

I’m so glad I got to see her more after that first visit because her laugh is infectious and she was so kind and caring; always asking about the kids and jared. She also had a fun sense of style!

I remember one time she was visiting my mom’s house and she said she could speak in tongues. I asked her to demonstrate and she did! Her faith and love for God was pure and true and she was an example of it.

She was proud of her family and friends and wanted the world to see and always posted positive things. I loved receiving messages from her. She will be missed dearly💜

Jojo Miranda

January 17, 2021

Auntie Lita, also our Ninang in our wedding(1996). A very cheerful aunt and always ready to help. I remember back in the days, she’s the one who helped me find prospective clients when I was in Calapan and of course accommodated me during my stay. A prayerful kind of person and very religious one. She practice what she preached and never judge people around her. Life got busy and separated by distance. Good thing last 2016, they came visit us here in Houston and yeah got reconnected again and consistently in touched through FB.
Auntie Lita, we love you and we will forever cherish all the memories we’ve shared along with my family.

Christopher Asilo

January 17, 2021

Christopher Asilo

January 17, 2021

Auntie Lita,
Thank you for your unconditional love for me and my siblings. We will definitely miss you. You may be gone from our sight but you are never forgotten.
Love,
Topher & family

Anabel Ereno

January 17, 2021

You will be missed ate Lita❤, My mentor, business partner, Travel partner, and Beauty Pamper Partner. You just one message away for me, thank you for being supportive to me. Rest peacefully sweet Ate Lita, your forever in mg thoughts and heart.
Condolence Kuya Jerry, Chiqui & hubby, Tj & wifey, Ace, wifey & Jax and to the whole Family.

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