OBITUARY

Luis "Malichon" Alapisco

October 23, 1946May 5, 2019
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Luis "Malichon" Alapisco, nació el 23 de octubre de 1946 y falleció pacíficamente el 5 de mayo de 2019 a la edad de 72 años en Hanford, California, rodeado de su esposa, sus hijos y sus nietos.

Sus padres eran Guadalupe (Lupe) Alapisco y Gregoria (Goya) Ayala y nacio en Dieguinos, México. A muy temprana edad se perdía y, a su regreso, compartía sus aventuras. A la edad de 23 años, se mudó a California, brincando en los trenes de carga o cruzando el río Colorado, como lo recordaba en sus últimos días. Trabajó en la agricultura y de trockero.

Luis amaba estar con su familia y era un fanático del fútbol y era un gran portero. Le encantaba ver las Chivas de Guadalajara y los Dodgers de Los Angeles. Era tan humilde y regalaba sus únicos zapatos para que alguien más no se quedara descalzo. Todavia a su edad, se seguía perdiendo y contando sus aventuras cuando se perdía. Nunca dejo de usar su frase favorita "A Que La Chingada". Le sobreviven su esposa Rafaela a quien llamaba su "Chiquita", tres hijos, Arline, Viviana, y su hijo José Luis y su esposa Erica. Era un orgulloso abuelo de muchos nietos, Ricardo (Richard) Amador, Rafaela (Bola) Macias, Tamara (Tami) Amador, Isaiah Alapisco, Makayla Alapisco, Kristian Alapisco, Klarissa K. Solorio, Angelique Amador, Gisselle Alapisco y Cielo (Sky) Zamora.

Siempre te llevaremos en nuestra memoria, nuestros corazones y tuviste un alma hermosa que nunca se olvidará.

Los servicios de velorio serán el lunes, 13 de mayo, 2019 a las 4-7 pm ubicado People’s Funeral Chapel 501 N. Douty, Hanford Ca. Misa de cuerpo presente será el martes 14 de mayo, 2019 a las 10:00 am despues de la mis será el entierro en Grangeville Cemetary, 10428 14th Ave, Armona, CA 93202.

Luis “Malichon” Alapisco, was born October 23, 1946 passed away peacefully on May 5, 2019 at the age of 72 in Hanford, CA surrounded by his wife, his children and grandchildren.

He was born to Guadalupe (Lupe) Alapisco and Gregoria (Goya) Ayala in Dieguinos, Mexico. At a very young age he would get lost and upon his return he would share his adventures. At the age of 23, he moved to California hopping on the cargo trains or crossing the Colorado River as he remembered up to his very last days. He worked in agriculture and trucking.

Luis loved to be with his family and was a fanatic to the game of soccer and was a great goalie. He loved to watch the Chivas of Guadalajara and the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was as humble as they come, and would give away his only shoes so that someone else wouldn’t go barefoot. As he aged he continued his adventures of getting lost and to use his favorite phrase “A Que La Chingada.”

He is survived by his wife Rafaela whom he called his “Chiquita,” three children, Arline, Viviana, & son Jose Luis and his wife Erica. He was a proud grandfather of many grandchildren, Ricardo (Richard) Amador, Rafaela (Bola) Macias, Tamara (Tami) Amador, Isaiah Alapisco, Makayla Alapisco, Kristian Alapisco, Klarissa K. Solorio, Angelique Amador, Gisselle Alapisco and Cielo (Sky) Zamora.

We will always carry you in our memory, our hearts and a beautiful soul that will never be forgotten.

  • FAMILY

  • Guadalupe Alapisco, Padre
  • Gregoria Ayala, Madre
  • Rafaela "Chiquita" Alapisco, Esposa
  • Arline Alapisco, Hija
  • Viviana Alapisco, Hija
  • Jose Luis Alapisco y Esposa Erica, Hijo
  • Ramon Alapisco, Hermano
  • Alfonso Alapisco, Hermano
  • Guadalupe Alapisco, Hermana
  • Abel Alapisco, Hermano
  • Graciela Alapisco, Hermana
  • Ricardo "Richard" Amador, Nieto
  • Rafaela "Bola" Macias, Nieta
  • Tamara "Tami" Amador, Nieta
  • Isaiah Alapisco, Nieto
  • Makayla Alapisco, Nieta
  • Kristian Alapisco, Nieto
  • Klarissa K. Solorio, Nieta
  • Angelique Amador, Nieta
  • Gisselle Alapisco, Nieta
  • Cielo "Sky" Zamora, Nieta

Services

  • Velorio Monday, May 13, 2019
  • Servicio del Rosario Monday, May 13, 2019
  • Misa de Funeral Tuesday, May 14, 2019

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Luis "Malichon" Alapisco

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