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Ana Marie Moreno

December 16, 1979June 10, 2018
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Ana Marie Moreno was born on December 16, 1979 and passed away on June 10, 2018

  • FAMILY

  • Colline Samuel Mayambala, Husband
  • Alice Casillas, Mother
  • Michael Moreno, Father
  • Michael Moreno, Brother
  • Ruben Sanchez, Brother
  • Thomas Moreno, Brother
  • Rose Moreno, Sister
  • Roylene Moreno, Sister

Services

  • Visitation Friday, June 22, 2018
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 23, 2018
  • Final Resting Place Saturday, June 23, 2018
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Edward Duran

June 23, 2018

A night to remember..........cousin, this night was truly a blessing. It was Elisa's birthday and I couldn't leave without you. We patiently waited till you arrived and when you showed up! we had the time of our lives! Dinner, music dancing and plenty of Moscato............your smile and the laughs we shared that night is how I want to remember you........I am crying so hard as I type this because I feel so cheated. I didn't get to know you my entire life........going through the ups and downs....but when we meet in 2013. We just knew we had that family bond that was amazing. Cousin....I am truly thankful for the time I had with you and God knows I am hurting. I can honestly say God had blessed my family with you......he showed us and the world what love really looks like........until we all see one another again. Watch over us all...... and visit from time to time........its jut not going to be the same without you.

Christina (tina) Sanchez

June 22, 2018

Ana, god picked a great person to teach us about forgiveness and love. Thank u for always being there for my daughter Heather when she need u ..ur beautiful smile will be carried in many hearts just like ur memories that leaves prints.on are hearts..moreno family and collino in my prayers.. May are lord give u strength and comfort in ur time❤➕⚓🌹

April Bayless

June 21, 2018

My Dearest Ana,

I’m still in disbelief, denial that you are gone. I’m never going to see you, hear your voice/laughter or see your beautiful smile again. I ask myself why, why Ana? This can’t be true, she is so young and has a long future ahead... But, I don’t have an answer, god has called you to heaven. He granted you your wings. I will never forget you! You will always be in my heart. ❤️ You are my first cousin, my second sister, always there when I needed you.

We grew up together, went to school together, did so many things together as kids and teenagers. I can still picture you in elementary wearing your red overall shorts with white blouse always having a big smile on your face. You were always laughing and giggling. I remember your hands always being moist and me wanting to smell them. You used to laugh at me for that, but I didn’t care. I used to tell you they smelled good. 😊 I remember asking you as adults if your hands still get moist, you said yes. I said let me smell them, and you just smiled and laughed again, then you gave me your hand. I said the exact same thing when we were kids, they smell good. That made you laugh harder.

I remember in high school we used to always hang out, talk and walk around the campus during lunch. We never wanted to hang out in the quad with all the other kids. We keep to ourselves and our little group. When I was pregnant with Damien I always wanted a bagel with cream cheese, so you would go with me to get one. You always knew I wanted one, I didn’t have to say anything or even ask you, you would just smile and say let’s go. I have so many memories of us growing up together and I will forever cherish them. 💜💛

I will forever miss you, and never forget you my cousin-sister! Until we meet again. Rest in Paradise! 🙏🏼 🌺 ✝️

Tell my dad I miss him so much! 🌻

Love always,

April, Fabian and kids

Sid Valles

June 21, 2018

Anna, I'm glad I was able to get to know you cousin . You were kind and had a great heart who loved her family . It's always hard to say goodbye to a loved one , you left way too soon but we all gained in angel to look after all of us . You will be missed , love you cousin.

Dolores Duenez

June 21, 2018

Ana, still hard to believe when your mom my Coma called me to tell me you pass I was in shock. Ive know you since you and Liane were in drillteam at evergreen. You were a beautiful person inside and out please dont worry about your mom I will take care of her and be there for her when she needs me, you will be miss 🙏🙏🙏😞 Heaven has received a beautiful 👼

Elizabeth Moreno

June 21, 2018

Hi Ana it's me Liz . I am still in disbelief you are not here with us . You were a kind and beautiful person. I will always treasure the Memories and will never forget you . Love you 💖 Cousin & friend

Esmeralda & Aaron Perez

June 20, 2018

Ana,

When we became aware of your passing it was a sudden shock. We wanted to hear Rose’s voice and have her tell us it was not true. We keep on thinking how life without you won’t ever be the same. Our Godchildren and your sister will forever have us in their corner no matter what. I know you know that.

We had DD and Adam the first week of your passing and there was a sense of confusion in us all, though one thing remained strong, and that’s the love and unconditional pouring of support from all directions. This brought some what comfort. DD said you visited here in her dream, don’t hesitate visiting us.

We remember promising you the day Adam was baptized that we will forever look out for them along with everyone else that loves him, and you said “I know, I know.”

Ana your Rose will be also forever our sister/comadre. Point blank. We will also forever be there for her, never like you because you are irreplaceable, but we will try our best to be darn close. In every way.

I know you know and feel how much you will, were, and forevered loved. Be proud of your mission—which was showing so many unconditional love, tough love when neeeded, and how a strong foundation of family could get you through the most difficult times. That’s amazing.

We love you Ana, your a void that will never be filled—though forever remembered.

The Perez Family
Aaron, Esmeralda, Rosemary, Jacob—

P.S. Trying to look for the picture of Adam’s baptism with you in it, and can’t find it. Once I find it I will post.

Deedee Rodriguez

June 20, 2018

Hi tia Ana
it’s me Deedee,
just wanna tell you that you are my best friend, my second mom but most importantly my tia!
I keep telling myself you can have a better life now in heaven.
It hurts and I don’t wanna leave you.
I know in heaven you won’t have to be in pain any more . I pray that my warriors angels will be able to do more things then they can here on earth and you will never have to go though that again .I love you tia Ana! you will always be here with me because of our friendship but most importantly our bond. I’m glad my mom gave me my middle name marie cause it will forever remind me of you! l trying to be strong for my mom and because I know you would want me too. I’m going to do good cause that’s what you taught me. I wish you could see me graduate next year but imma do it for you! I’m going to miss you so much tia. I love you and you will never be forgotten! You will always be in my heart ❤️

Melissa Madrid

June 20, 2018

Cousin Ana,
I shared many stories with you at family parties and you where always so positive. I was looking forward to hanging out with you in Chicago. “Gone yet not forgotten, although we are apart, your memory lives with in me, forever in my heart.” You always had a smile and always spoke with happiness. When you entered a room your vibe always uplifted everyone around you. Cousin as you walk in heaven now always remember you will never be forgotten. Sending you lots of love Cousin.
“On the sands of time, you have left your footprints with glory. Everyone will know your name and shall recall your story.”

Adam Rodriguez

June 20, 2018

Día Ana,
Thank you for all the things that you have done for me. Im going to miss you picking me up from school everyday our trips to 7-Eleven. I’m going to miss all our funny things we did. But most of all I’m going to miss you at home. 💔 I’m going to miss climbing on you and telling you that you are soft! Thank you for supporting me! And for being my second mom when my mommy was working. I’m going to miss you so much. I love you dia Ana.
Your always in my heart Adam