Joshua Mortuary & Joshua Memorial Park

808 East Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA


Jesus Aguilar Cedillos

July 19, 1953October 29, 2019

Jesus Aguilar Cedillos passed away on October 29, 2019 from a brief illness.

He was born on July 19, 1953 in Mesa, AZ. Jesse spent his childhood years in Ysleta, TX. He later Became a resident of Oxnard, CA for many years, before moving to Lancaster, CA where he lived over 30 years.

Jesse was a loving husband to Rosa his wife of over 40 years, she preceded him in death 3 years ago. He was the most awesome father to his daughters Erika and Rosita, to his sons Jesse John +, Daniel and Robert. Abuelo leaves behind 14 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren whom he enjoyed trips to the movie theater, fishing trips or just hanging out. Truly, spending time with family, watching football on a Sunday afternoon were his best moments in life.

If we could bring you back for one more hour or one more day, we would tell you so many things. If we could bring you back, we would tell you how much we Loved You and that your presence meant more then you ever knew. If we could bring you back, we would tell you that you left too soon. If we could bring you back.


  • Visitation Thursday, November 7, 2019
  • Rosary Thursday, November 7, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Friday, November 8, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, November 8, 2019


Jesus Aguilar Cedillos

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Martha Cedillos

November 6, 2019

From a sister's heart,
So many memories, breakfast dates and heart to hearts over a cup of coffee who would have thought our time would end without a chance to say good-bye, in time my heart will heal I know thats true, but today I will cry a tears for you. I know I have to say Good-bye big brother of mine, may your soul have eternal peace. VAYA CON DIOS

Nancy Reynoso

November 5, 2019

You will forever be in our hearts Chuey!! You were not only a friend of the family, YOU WERE PART OF OUR FAMILY! I will miss you dearly!

Judy Calhoun

November 5, 2019

That smile, that smile is how I'll always remember you Tio!
Thank you for loving us unconditionally, thank you for making us all feel welcome, thank you for loving us like your own and thank you for being our number one fan.
You weren't just an Uncle you were also my friend. I will miss our conversations, your words of encouragement. I will miss your presence more than you will ever know.
Our Gentle Giant has gained his wings and oh how it hurts 😔

Susie Bravo

November 5, 2019

Nino in my mind I know your in a better place, where there is no pain. You are at peace. I just wish I could explain that my heart. Now your with my Tia tu Reyna tell her miss her too... te quiero un chingo