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Oakdale Mortuary & Oakdale Memorial Park

1401 South Grand Ave, Glendora, CA

OBITUARY

Agueda Cota

May 25, 1943February 8, 2020

Agueda Cota was born on May 25, 1943 and passed away on February 8, 2020.

Services

28 February

Visitation

9:15 am - 11:00 am

Oakdale Mortuary

Oakdale Memorial Chapel

1401 South Grand Ave
Glendora, CA 91740

28 February

Rosary

10:00 am - 10:45 am

Oakdale Memorial Chapel

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1401 South Grand Ave
Glendora, CA 91740

28 February

Funeral Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Oakdale Mortuary

Oakdale Memorial Chapel

1401 South Grand Ave
Glendora, CA 91740

28 February

Graveside to follow at 12

Memories

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Sandra Perez

February 22, 2020

Mom,
No matter what I do, my mind is always full of you. I miss seeing your beautiful smile and the sound of your voice saying my name. I miss hearing you say "I love you," and me saying, "I love you” in return...

I love you and miss you so much ❤️

Mami,
No importa lo que haga, mi mente siempre está llena de ti. Extraño ver tu hermosa sonrisa y el sonido de tu voz diciendo mi nombre. Extraño oírte decir "Te quiero mucho", y yo diciendo "Te quiero mucho" a cambio...

Te amo y te extraño muchísimo ❤️

Sandra Perez

February 22, 2020

Mom,
Always and forever is a Grandmother’s love ❤️
The only thing better than having you as my Mom, was Alyssa & Celeste having you as their Grandma. Thank you for all of the love you gave us.

We love you and miss you so much ❤️🕊


Mami,
Siempre y para siempre es el amor de una Abuelita ❤️
Lo único mejor que tenerte como mamá fue que Alyssa y Celeste te tuvieran como su Abuelita. Gracias por todo el amor que nos diste.

Te amamos y te extrañamos mucho ❤️🕊


Adriana Ocampo

February 22, 2020

Mami,
Cuatro generaciones...ahora sólo quedamos dos. Gozamos sabiendo que te has reunido con tu mamá, papá y hermano.
Te amamos y extrañamos hoy y siempre❤️

Lauren Ocampo

February 22, 2020

Dear Grandma,
When I first learned about your passing from my Mom, I was devastated because I wasn’t there for you or for my Mom. The sadness was overwhelming because I was so far away and I didn’t have the opportunity to properly say goodbye. Being on the east coast in college has made me realize how much I miss and appreciate family. Luckily, I was comforted by my college friends who are like family to me now and by my friends back at home. On the day you died, little joyful things happened. The first thing felt random; the second thing that happened felt like a coincidence but when the third thing happened that same day, I knew it was YOU making your presence felt. So even though you are gone, I feel you closer to me than ever. When I think about you, I see you making us arroz con leche because you knew how much Liz and I loved it. I will never forget your enchiladas (I only liked the meat - no tortillas) and your tamales were the BEST. I ate some of the last tamales you made when I came home for winter break. I will always cherish your unconditional love and know that it was always felt. Thank you for being the best grandma and always making me feel so loved. Although I will not be able to see you anymore, I know that you will always be watching over me and taking care of me no matter where I may be. You instilled in us family traditions. My quinceañera is one of the most cherished moments in my life and I’m so happy that I was able to share that day with you. I love you 💕 and miss you so much..
Rest In Peace Grandma🙏🏻

Adriana Ocampo

February 21, 2020

Mami,
Tu hermosa sonrisa quedará imprimida por siempre en nuestros corazones.💞

Mom,
Your beautiful smile shall be imprinted forever in our hearts.💞

Norma Cabadas

February 21, 2020

Those special memories of you will always bring me a smile. If only I could have you for just a little while,
Then we could sit and talk again, just like we use to do. You always meant so very much and always will too.
The fact that you’re no longer here will always cause me pain, but you’re forever in my heart until we meet again.

Norma Cabadas

February 18, 2020

Mami,
Si, lo se, que te has ido
y que estoy hablando a solas.
Pero yo siento tu presencia muy clara y aun asi veo to bella cara sonriendome.....

Sandra Yadira Perez

February 18, 2020

For my Mom in Heaven

They say there is a reason, they say time will heal. Neither time or reason will change the way I feel. No one knows the heartache that lies behind my smile 💔 No one knows how many times I’ve broken down and cried. Gone are the days we used to share, but in my heart
🕊 YOU ARE ALWAYS THERE 🕊
The gates of memories will never close.
I miss you more than anybody knows.
Love and miss you everyday till we meet again

Té quiero mucho Mami ❤️
Rest In Peace 🙏🏻

Adriana Ocampo

February 17, 2020

Mom,
As I look at so many photos of you and experience such vivid and special memories, this particular photo stands out as it embodies your beautiful soul. You were a burst of sunshine in our lives and you will forever warm our hearts. I love you❤️
Rest In Peace🙏🏻

Lorena Andros

February 16, 2020

When I think of the precious times I’ve laughed so hard I’ve cried you were there. Both as a child and an adult I have so many happy and loving memories of You, my Mom, Tia Chavia, and all your girls. Quincenas, Weddings, party games, eating, shopping, Vegas, even wigs 😉... While I am heartbroken with your absence, I have so much joy in your memory. I have no doubt you are in all your glory in heaven. God Bless you Tia! 🙏🏻💕

FROM THE FAMILY