OBITUARY

Elisa J. Zermeño

June 13, 1952September 10, 2020
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Elisa J. Zermeño, 68, de Kerman, California entró al descanso el 10 de septiembre, 2020. Elisa nació el 13 de junio, 1952 en Jalisco, Mexico.

Elisa dejó a su esposo, Carlos Zermeño. A la señora Zermeño, tambien le sobreviven 4 hermanos y 2 hermanas.

Elisa falleció luego de padre Eliseo Jauregui y madre Margarita Soto.

Una Misa de Entierro Cristiano para Elisa se realizará el martes, septiembre 22, 2020 a las 9:00 a.m. en la Iglesia Católica de San Patricio, 538 South Madera Avenue, Kerman, California 93630. Luego de la Misa, se realizará un Servicio de Sepultura en Fresno Memorial Gardens, 175 South Cornelia Ave, Fresno, California 93706.

Los portadores del féretro serán Rito Zermeño, Rito Zermeño Jr., Alex Zermeño, Frank Zermeño, Alvaro Zermeño y Juan Zermeño.

  • FAMILY

  • Eliseo Jauregui, Padre (deceased)
  • Margarita Soto, Madre (deceased)
  • Carlos Zermeño, Esposo
  • A la señora Zermeño, tambien le sobreviven 4 hermanos y 2 hermanas.

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  • PALLBEARERS

  • Rito Zermeño
  • Rito Zermeño Jr.
  • Alex Zermeño
  • Frank Zermeño
  • Alvaro Zermeño
  • Juan Zermeño

Services

  • Visitación

    Monday, September 21, 2020

  • Misa de Entierro Cristiano

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020

  • Servicio de Sepultura

    Tuesday, September 22, 2020

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Adeline Valenzuela

October 8, 2020

Elisa,
Eras una persona especial en la vida de todos, incluida la mía y te extrañaré mucho. Siempre te recordaré por la persona amable y divertida que eras. Sé que estás en un lugar mejor y todos están felices de tenerte como su ángel guradian. Descansa en paz❤️

Rito Zermeno Jr

October 8, 2020

Elisa my grandma rest in peace,

We love you and will forever miss your beautiful smile and hearing your beautiful laugh. Thank you for being the grandma you were to us kids when you didn't have to be. My sisters and I will never forget how you treated us and made us feel. Everyday you would show us how strong you were, you made me appreciate life. Seeing you struggle and come across the toughest most unexpected obstacle, was very hard to watch. You managed to do so with the strength of god and faith that never faded. You had so much faith in god that I couldn't help but believe in you and feel like everything was going to be ok. But I know you are where you always wanted to be, with the angels. I am thankful to have you watch over me.

I love you abuela.

Marisela Zermeno

September 20, 2020

Elisa mi comadre, amiga, y suegra,
You will be very missed. I miss you already. You have left me with lots of memories. Many of them are funny and some are sad. I saw how much you fought to stay alive. You started chemo in January, which was weekly, then in June you started radiation which was everyday for 8 weeks. I saw how hard it was for you, but you wanted to keep fighting. You had to start the chemo process over. I noticed you were getting weaker and weaker to the point I had to carry you off and on the truck. It was so hard to leave you at home knowing you were in so much pain. It would break my heart. I would tell God, "Please God! Please! Take her already if there is no cure, don't let her suffer!". I hated seeing you struggle. Comadre with all the struggle and getting so thin, you always looked so beautiful. I will never forget how happy you would get when I would say, "Comadre you are so beautiful with that little nose of yours". You would tell me, "Gracias mi comadita". Elisa, thank you for caring and showing my kids and grandkids what a grandma is supposed to be. My parents and family will also miss you dearly, but we all knew it was time for God to take his beautiful child home. I hear he only takes the best, to bad it had to be you. Please watch over us, especially my suegro who loved you, and will miss you forever.
Te Amo❤️, Marisela

Jeanette Jackie Zermeno

September 19, 2020

Elisa❤️ You are the strongest women I know. Through this entire process you never wanted to give up. I would see day in and day out how much you fought. Even when it came down to your last day the nurse said you were not going to make it through the night. Immediately I knew he was wrong, he underestimated your strength. You are amazingly strong! You pushed through the night till the next morning at 5:51AM. My family watched over you all night. We tried so hard to stay up all night just to watch you take your last breath. Luckily, my brother and I checked on you at the perfect moment. We noticed how long it took you to take your next breath. So we immediately woke up my dad who was laying on the floor next to you. I did not want to look away. As my brother and I stared deeply into your chest you took your last breath. In my heart I believe you waited for one of us to be with you at that moment. I also believe you waited for my mother and sister to leave, knowing how hard it would be for them to watch that. We love you so much Elisa. I have so many memories of you, as child till now. Thank you for being an amazing grandma, and thank you for being you!
Te Amo Abuela❤️

Antinette Zermeno

September 16, 2020

Mi Reina 🤍 this woman became my grandma by faith not by blood, anyone who took the time to get to know her adored her, She had the most beautiful spunky personality. She could light up an entire room with a story because she was so energetic and true to her self and who she was. Never afraid or embarrassed to be Elisa That is why I loved her so much. To be loved by this woman is something special to me, I knew my grandma loved me we had a special bond, She knew everything about me, I shared my entire life with her and my grandpa they talk to me like we were friends I loved it , it’s something I’ll carry in my heart forever. This woman meant so much to me that I asked her to be my godmother and I couldn’t be happier with my decision she was so happy to stand next to me in that church. She adore my parents so much it was beautiful ,anytime my mom walked in the room she would scream out MI COMADRE!!! I can hear her voice now haha. The friends she had in her life I can only wish and pray to hold onto friends like that. They were amazing to her, they took such great care of her in her time of need And to me that’s a reflection of what an extraordinary woman she was that people couldn’t help but love her and wanted to go above and beyond for her because that’s the type of heart she had. Lastly and most importantly she was a godly woman. The love she had for the Lord, the passion she showed towards her religion, The knowledge she carried that Right there is what got her through this last year of life, She fought so hard whatever the doctors told her it didn’t matter she would fight so hard untill her very last minute of life because to her it was up to the Lord , so she would never give up! I watched every minute of it and I’ll never forget not one moment of it. I am proud to say that I know in my heart my grandma is going to be laid to rest and she is at peace and went home with our Lord and Savior , Te Amo Abuela 🤍

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