Darlene V. Juarez
September 19, 1938 – February 9, 2021
Darlene V. Juarez, age 82, of Fresno, California passed away on Tuesday, February 9, 2021. Darlene was born September 19, 1938 in Los Angeles, California.
Darlene is survived by her husband, Salvador Juarez.
A funeral mass for Darlene will be held Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church, 5770 N Maroa Ave, Fresno, California 93704.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.whitehurstsullivan.com for the Juarez family.
Thursday, February 25, 2021
Darlene V. Juarez
February 25, 2021
I have so many fond memories of my auntie she was there from the very beginning I think my earliest memory of her was at Christmas she always made me and my cousin Danae matching nightgowns and I can remember all of us little kids playing while you guys set around the large table playing cards with that big white tree filled with all of your goodies meaning ornaments anyone who knows my auntie knows that she had thousands of Christmas tree ornaments and she treasured each of them I can remember some of the really fun times like when we went out of town with my mom because my mom and you were such best friends we went to visit my moms niece up in Stockton (Kay) And I can remember you guys got up in the middle of the night we couldn’t figure out what was going on me and Danae many years later we found out that you crazy ladies got up in the middle of the night and TP someone’s as house that my mom’s niece did not like or approve of I can also remember the time when my mom and Auntie went swimming at midnight in the pool at our apartment complex that my managed. Another fun memory is when we all went out of town up to the snow and we had hot chocolate and sandwiches and played in the snow together sat on that great big bear went out to lunch and I can remember Danae smelling my mushrooms because she sniffs everything and when she did she made me sick and I can’t remember I threw up all over the place it was a crazy day but fond memories another fun memory was when we went our family and hers up to Santa Barbara for the weekend because my auntie knew somebody who hadA beach house there and there was a large earthquake and I remember the chandelier swaying we were also scared. Our Bunco days were so much tunas well. I remember her being my blue birds den mother and her kindness and love running over into her every day life and that’s what made her touch so many hearts I love you my sweet auntie and I always will until we meet in Heaven RIP. Tell my mom I love her. Deb