OBITUARY

Marilyn Candace Azhocar

February 23, 1954January 28, 2019
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Marilyn Candace Azhocar was born on February 23, 1954 and passed away on January 28, 2019.

Services

  • Funeral Service Tuesday, February 5, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 6, 2019
REMEMBERING

Marilyn Candace Azhocar

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Nikole Payton

February 13, 2019

Mama Candy,

You were an amazing woman who touched the lives of many. I, being one of them. I just want to thank you....thank you for your beautiful kids, who will always be my family. I also want to thank you for being such an amazing friend to my mom during some of her most darkest of days. I was one of the many stray kids that you took in and treated like your own. I was always at your house, and getting into trouble with Jennifer. You always looked out for me, and you would never tell my parents about the shenanigans Jen and I would get into. Although I will miss your physical presence, it brings me peace knowing you are no longer in pain. Mama Candy, you will always hold a special place in my heart. You left an amazing legacy that we can all see through your wonderful children, and grandchildren. You have touched the lives of so many, and you will forever be missed. I love you always Mama Candy...Nikole

Paula Payton

February 10, 2019

Favorite memories are too many to share. We had so many good times and laughs that to this day make me smile . Raising our children together through all the good and not so good times. There are people who come and go in our life daily, but few who we can call "true friends" who would be by your side in a minute when needed. Candy was one of those "Golden Friends" who don't come along often. She always gave others' the benefit of the doubt and did not have a bad word to say about anyone. When she disagreed about something she would be silent when the rest of us had the need to voice our opinions...
What I would like to leave with her now adult children and grandchildren who will be sooner than we think will be grown is for them to know that they ALL have part of their mother in each and everyone one of them. She has taught all of them right from wrong by the example she lead. After the deep pain subsides, they too will be able smile at the mention of her name. May Peace Now Be Yours My Friend, With my Aloha Always, Paula

Joshua Jones

February 4, 2019

Dear Azhocar Family,
I am very sorry to hear of your loss. I have worked with Candy for the last four years, and the staff here in Yokosuka, Japan will all miss working with her. I had the opportunity to meet and visit with her twice during visits to San Diego, and I can say that her warmth and openness provided a great benefit to us and to the people in her office.
Candy's friendliness and demeanor positively impacted a great number of people, and I wish strength and comfort for you in this difficult time.
With love and sympathy,
Joshua Jones

Miles Murray

January 31, 2019

Dear Azhocar Family,

I've worked with Candy at the Training Support Center 13 years beginning June 2005- I'm the safety guy. If I were to use words to describe her they would include patient, cheerful & kind. Over the years along with her office mates, we've had many conversations & Candy was never short of humor, insight and wisdom. I helped her get new monitors and worked with facilties folks to get the office temperatures right during the seasonally hot and cold seasons... Candy took everything in stride with humor, patience & kindness.

I attached a Navy.mil story that includes Candy's Civilian of the Quarter Award.

Candy is missed! My prayers are with your family during this time- may you find peace.

Sincerely,
Miles M. Murray

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