OBITUARY

Felipe Corona

September 16, 1963April 3, 2019

Felipe Corona, age 55, of Fresno, California passed away on Wednesday April 3, 2019. Felipe was born September 16, 1963 in San Jose, California.

Felipe is survived by his wife, Adriana Santos Corona. And many other loving family members.

A Visitation for Felipe will be held Monday, April 22, 2019 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Whitehurst Sullivan Burns & Blair Funeral Home, 1525 East Saginaw, Fresno, CA 93704. A Rosary Service will occur Monday, April 22, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 1525 East Saginaw, Fresno, CA 93704. A Mass of Christian Burial will occur Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 10:00 AM at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, 2838 N West, Fresno, California. A Committal service will occur Tuesday, April 23, 2019 from 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM at St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, 264 N. Blythe Ave., Fresno, CA 93706.

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

Services

22 April

Visitation

5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Whitehurst Sullivan Burns & Blair Funeral Home

1525 East Saginaw
Fresno, CA 93704

22 April

Rosary Service

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Whitehurst Sullivan Burns & Blair Funeral Home, Chapel

1525 East Saginaw Way
Fresno, CA 93704

23 April

Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 am

Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church

2838 N West Ave.
Fresno, California

23 April

Committal Service

12:00 pm

St. Peter's Cemetery

264 N Blythe Ave
Fresno, California 93721

REMEMBERING

Felipe Corona

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Oscar Flores Jr

April 17, 2019

Tio, I don't even know how to begin writing this...but here it goes. It breaks my heart everyday to know that I will never see you or get to get one of those big hugs again, but the love you had for me will always be in my heart. I have so many memories of you Tio the one I remember most is when you came over before I went to my prom you paid for my limo and gave me your wallet and said "Take as much money as you want" & you just got your paycheck too..lol
It meant the world to me that you would sacrifice your own hard work and money just so that I had a good time. I hope I made you proud cause best believe I was proud to call you my Tio.

I love you Tio

Your Nephew
Oscar Jr

Terry Corona

April 15, 2019

To my baby brother Felipe,
I never thought I would be writing this any time soon. You will truly be missed, you were taken from us way too soon. You were so loving and caring you gave the best hugs, always willing to help out. One of my favorite sayings of yours was “who loves you…. This guy!” you would always give your best and you took pride in being a Corona.
Every time you came over you wanted to BBQ and it took you so long to cook I would say I guess we’ll be eating late tonight and believe me it was worth the wait.
I have so many wonderful memories where do I begin…
One of my crazies’ memories is when we were in Vegas and somehow we got kicked out of the casino (I won’t mention the name of the casino) ha ha…. We were getting some drinks at the bar and all of sudden we were surrounded by security and were asked to leave and we were like what???? Why???? Come to find out it was because of you! As we were waiting for our car we were laughing our butts off because we couldn’t believe we had just got kicked out. So I guess we can go back now….LOL
I’m surely going to miss having those deep conversations with you. Sometimes they were good and sometimes they would get heated but no matter how angry we got in those conversation we always ended with I love you!
Thank you for being the loving son you were to dad and mom they both knew how much you loved them. Thank you for taking dad to the movies or just hanging out with him. I remember one time you took them to Walmart (the devil store as you called it) and had them both trying on some crazy hats and you would send me the pictures and I’d say stop putting those hats on them and you would say they like it. They loved just hanging out with you that they would go along with whatever you wanted them to.
I will truly miss you brother. Thank you for all the wonderful memories. Don’t worry about Valentina we will take good care of her and she will always know how much you loved her! Love you always your big sister Terry

Giovanni Alvarez

April 14, 2019

Dear Tio Felipe...

I still cannot believe you are gone it breaks my heart.. But God works in mysterious ways..

I love you so much you have shown me so much and taught me a lot. I remember when you used to have Barbecues and I couldn’t wait to go over because you always made the best spicy hot dogs and they were so delicious. I love you so much tio you are my guardian angel watching over me and the rest of the family. One last thing I will take care of Valentina for you Tio

I love you...
Sincerely you Mijo,
Giovanni Alvarez

Nancy Ceja

April 13, 2019

It’s so difficult to listen to any Ramon Ayala song, they all remind me of you and how Valentina would sing with you...She began singing with you at the age of 2, maybe even 1 1/2, and she knew all the words because of her papi! I was blessed that god brought you all into my life after not seeing you for so long. First Adriana and her beautiful family, and then came the love of your life Valentina! You were so proud and happy to be a father again, and there wasn’t anything you wouldn’t do for her! You and Adriana made such a beautiful, intelligent, special little girl who will grow up and carry your legacy...

To say I will miss you is an understatement, I love you friend... and will cherish our memories forever..

God bless your beautiful madrecita who loves you soo much. May god accept you in his loving arms.

Nancy Ceja

Dolores Salcido

April 13, 2019

Dear Valentina,

You don't know me, but your daddy, Felipe made you famous on Facebook! That's right you are famous. Everyday he would share pictures of you, playing, eating or just being silly. He really loved to just watch you and post your beautiful little face and curly hair. You were his very precious girl and his favorite person to play with. I remember when he would post pictures of you and he going to visit with your Grandma and she would feed you both. You looked so happy to be eating all that yummy food. I look forward to seeing how your doing some day.

Signed,

One of your dads neighborhood friends

LouLou

Omar Santos

April 12, 2019

Compa I still cant beleive your gone. May God bless your soul!! You will be missed but never forgotten. I wish I could have seen you one last time!! To let you know how much you meant to me. We went through some things but you we're always in my heart and will always have a special place in my heart. Im gonna miss your presence. The life of the party. Yelling out loudly "Homerrrrr"" then "Tooomaaaa" . 😢 Listening to Ramon Ayala - tragos amargos liquor y Que me entierren cantando!!! The BBQs and Darts!! But most of all the love you had for me. You were like an older brother that i never had. Now your gone. I just wish I could have been there that day to help you and I wasn't!! 😭Valentina will be fine and i will make sure that she is. Thats a promise!! I'm gonna miss you compa!! Sending my love all the way to heaven!! I ask, that you look over us and I will see you when my time is up and the lord calls my name. RIP COMPA!! Much love!! Your brother in law Omar santos.

Lydia Souza

April 9, 2019

To Tio: I had the pleasure of being part of your family 10 years ago. Never a dull moment when you were around. You were the life of the party, always singing, always ready to dance, and cooking some delicious food. One of my greatest memories that I will always cherish is at mine and Doreen's wedding, I was waiting to walk out, I wasn't crying, I was ready. You kept telling me how beautiful I looked, how you're so happy for us, and then you said "your dad would be proud of you mija," and that was it, I broke down in tears and that's why I was looking down walking down the aisle. I was like really Tio, why you gotta make me cry. Haha, but that night was a blast. You sang like you were part of the mariachi and Dora always loved when you sang. I wish we could hear it again. Then you came over Sunday, March 31st, 2019 and I am so grateful for that day. You never came over alone, but someone higher then us told you to come down to Los Banos to see your mom. Well you saw Doreen and I and met our new puppy too. I will never forget that day because I got to hug you and tell you to take care of yourself and you said "I will mija and I'll come back and we'll barbeque." I'll always be ready for that barbeque Tio. Then, when it was time to leave you kept telling your mom that you're alright, "don't worry about me mom I'm alright, I'm fine mother." Tio, I will miss you greatly, our family will never be the same, but you will always be remembered. Til we meet again tio. Say hi to my dad for me will you and both of you sing a song loud enough for me to hear. Love you. "Who loves you more than me? Nobody blood — with Felipe Corona.

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Biography

Felipe Corona, age 55, of Fresno, California passed away on Wednesday April 3, 2019. Felipe was born September 16, 1963 in San Jose, California.

Felipe is survived by his wife, Adriana Santos Corona. And many other loving family members.


A Visitation for Felipe will be held Monday, April 22, 2019 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Whitehurst Sullivan Burns & Blair Funeral Home, 1525 East Saginaw, Fresno, CA 93704. A Rosary Service will occur Monday, April 22, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM, 1525 East Saginaw, Fresno, CA 93704. A Mass of Christian Burial will occur Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 10:00 AM at Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church, 2838 N West, Fresno, California. A Committal service will occur Tuesday, April 23, 2019 from 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM at St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, 264 N. Blythe Ave., Fresno, CA 93706.

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