Irene Briseno Balderama

July 3, 1943December 3, 2018

Irene Briceno Balderama was born on July 3,1943 in the city of Rancho Cucamonga, California. Daughter to Elvira Briceno and Marselino Briceno. Irene later married beloved husband Frank Balderama and together they had 4 children. She worked for many years as a seamstress and later became a cook for Salem Christian Home. Until she retired. Irene is preceded in death by both parents, husband, 2 brothers and 1 sister. She is survived by her 4 children, 2 sisters, 15 grandkids, and 10 great-grandchildren.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, December 20, 2018

Irene Briseno Balderama

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Keri Silvers

December 24, 2018

Where do I start Irene, I can’t thank you enough for being there for me while I was pregnant with Jospeh, taking me to the hospital when I was in labor, or simply being a mother/grandmother to my son when I was unable to. And being a grandmother to elyse. They both our in a lot of pain today as they turn to who they thought was there family and only to get the door shut in there face. I know you are very disappointed in them all but you have to understand the anger they feel towards the people they called there family cause they denied them to see you. Please watch over Joseph and Elyse and know there actions the other morning was out of anger and hurt today you are in a better place with Frankie drinking your Budweiser Rest In Peace

Dana Roberts

December 20, 2018

Dear Frankie and Irene..... May you both rest in Peace and free from pain! You were such a fun couple to watch and for the 21 years that I have known. You so important and a key role in your grand kids lives. Family should be together no matter what! Life is too short! I know how incredibly heartbroken your family is and I will never forget the memories we had with you also. I would always try to get you to smile while taking pictures but you never did lol. And the spit fire Frankie would light up anyone's day! He was so adorable and made us laugh every time. I pray for your peace but also pray you guide your family into loving each other. Life is so short! Hugs in heaven. The Roberts Family

Darlene Jaques

December 13, 2018

Darlene Jaques

December 13, 2018

My dearest grandmother,
You and I shared a special bond. You were an Angel put here on earth by God for me to love. There are so many memories to share that I cannot just pick one. Many of them include both you and grandpa Frankie as you two were always together. You played such an important role in my life growing up. The values you have taught me, shaped who I I am today. It pains me to know that you were kept from seeing or speaking to the one's who loved you most, your family. If I would have known that the last time I would hear your voice that day on the phone, I would have not let you go. However, I understand that you were forced off the phone with me by Eddie and Yolanda because they were there to take you away. You will always be in my heart and memories forever with grandpa. Please give him a kiss for me. You are now with grandpa Frankie in the kingdom of God and I look forward to seeing you again one day. I know you will be watching over me as my angel. I love you with all my heart Grandma and I can never forget you.
Forever your Princess,

Sonia Quiroz

December 13, 2018

You have been such a wonderful grandmother to my kids no matter the circumstances I will always be great full to you and Frankie for all you have done for them, it saddens me to know that you are gone but you are now in a better place and with your beloved Frankie

Rest In Peace

Elyse balderama

December 13, 2018

Valerie Moreno

December 6, 2018

I worked with Irene at Salem Christian Home. The nicest lady you will ever meet. She was like a 2nd mom to me, that i use to call her " mom". Last time i saw her was 6yrs ago. If i had known that was the last time i was going to see her, i would have told her how much she meant to me and how much i loved her.
May you rest in peace, and prayers go out to your family.