Soledad A. Oropeza

October 21, 1931February 6, 2019

Soledad A. Oropeza was born on October 21, 1931 and passed away on February 6, 2019.


  • Memorial Service Friday, February 15, 2019
  • Celebration of Life/Mass Friday, February 15, 2019
  • Interment Friday, February 15, 2019

Soledad A. Oropeza

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Lisa Lisa

February 13, 2019

I will miss you tremendously. You'll live forever in my heart. I Love you Nina.

Merla Lopez

February 11, 2019

I have so many fond memories of my auntie Chole. Too many to relate. However, I will never forget when she took me to Acapulco by plane. I must have been 11 or 12. We were the only people on board. It was my first time flying. We stood at the Palacio Trapical hotel. It was beautiful and over looked the ocean. We basked in the sun on the beach. Chole treated me to dinner at the hotel. I had Duck ala Orange. It was My first time eating duck and is my favorite food ever since...I also remember, how Chole made her dates wait for her in the living room, even though she had been ready for hours. She told me that we must always make our dates wait, haha! During Chole’s last few years of her life, we communicated often by phone. She always thanked me for taking good care of her sister, my mom who is nearly 101 years old and has lived with us for 28 years. A little over a year ago, Chole came over to see my mom. She was so thoughtful and brought us tamales. We Enjoyed a nice visit....I saw Chole last when she was in the hospital and spoke to her twice while she was at home in hospice. ...I will miss our conversations and will always cherish them. Although our hearts are broken, we don’t mourn as those without faith. I believe Christ Jesus words found at John 5: 28,29 and Acts 24:15 where our loved ones who have died are promised a Resurrection to life on Paradise earth, Psalms 37:11....I believe according to God’s Word the Bible, that my Auntie Chole will awake from her sleep in God’s due time under the rulership of God’s Kingdom by Christ Jesus. Love you, Merla