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811 North Mountain Ave, Ontario, CA

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Sonia Yvetta Ayers

January 27, 1959June 4, 2019

Sonia Yvetta Ayers was born on January 27, 1959 and passed away on June 4, 2019.

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Holly Walker-Baker

June 16, 2019

God saw fit to call you home. May your soul find peace. I will always remember the loud and funny person you were. God bless you sis. Love you and I will always cherish the time we shared in our teenage years.

Sherry Jack

June 16, 2019

Farewell my friend may you rest in God's hands.

Mia Sabrina Adams

June 16, 2019

My Big Sis Sonya
Thank you for being a GREAT BIG SIS. We have so many memories. You have Always been there for me. Thank you for being at my school dances, birth of my kids, birthday parties ect. You introduced me to so much. Making sure I was in summer programs where you worked, working through agencies when I got older, teaching me to budget, shop, cook ect. I'll Miss you Tremendously. Especially hanging out listening to music....the Dramatics, The Whispers, Anita Baker & Luther Vandross. Ill miss Your laughter and the way you would crack a Stupid Joke! So many Beautiful memories
Love You Sis, Rest in PARADISE

Ray Arnold

June 16, 2019

I love u auntie and I will cherish all the memories I had with u. Thank u for loving me and help raise me I will always remember how u used to let me sit on your lap and drive and we would drink Canada Dry cherry sparkling water I would get gummy bears u would get chocolate we would watch chucky over and over and over again I loved spending time with u Calvin and wykin growing up I remember when I got in high school u moved down the way about a quarter mile I would ride my bike to come see u we would talk then I would go home I only have good memories of u and know ur nephew loves u forever thank u for the time we got to spend together I love u

Amber Marcia Wynn

June 14, 2019

I miss my Sister.
You were a major influence in my life. You were the epitome of impeccable style and strength. You shaped my childhood: trips to the candy house for your coke, Doritos and M&Ms with peanuts (all my favorites to this day); Spoon singing about things I didn’t understand “tonight is the night” ... and being “the clean up woman”; learning how to Cha Cha (the dip and turn) . . . I had no rhythm then, but Loved watching you float on the dance floor, in the center of the room, doin it! Learning how to “match” and put together outfits (I blame that neurosis on you! Everything has to match!) cherrywood furniture. Becoming an aunt at 11 and falling in love with my nephews. Then getting sick of babysitting and not liking kids 🙄 The trips to Huntington Park, Pup n Taco and Pioneer Chicken, shopping during Christmas (on RTD! Transferring 3 buses) You taught me how to bargain shop, getting quality clothes for half the price. How to budget and catch a Sale. I remember (and couldn’t wait for my turn) Summers at WLCAC, cleaning pools at Will Rogers Park, Free lunches and the money you earned like a boss.
You were pivotal to my teenage years, and having freedom as Miss. Mollie wasn’t havin’ It. But she let us hang out at your apartment and that’s where we’d drink Golden Champales, and sing and cha cha to Luther Vandross, Tina Marie, Anita Baker, Switch and all the classics. You’d go out and we’d watch the boys (I didn’t mind, I got away from moma’s strict house rules). You went to my mother|daughter volleyball game (I was so excited, you bought us matching red shorts and red and white striped polo with white Keds. We were the talk of the game). Everyone said we were twins with our round faces and tight slanted eyes. And I loved it. I loved when you chaperoned our high school dances. You were fly, hair was laid, outfit 90s bad. Remember Hyawatha and the bunk telephone numbers? I miss my sister. I and I will forever Cherish our bond. Love You!

Nidia Calzadillas

June 13, 2019

You were the matriarchy of your family. A strong woman with a big heart and an even bigger mindset. I remember when lil Wykin was born and we brought him to see you, you said "Don't be having him call me grandma, I am G-Mom-Sonia". Thank you for all the good memories and everything you taught me. I know you are in a better place and with your son. You will be missed! They say that to be absent of body is to be in the presence of God, may you rest in heave.

Until we meet again!

Love,

Nidia

Tracey Fields

June 12, 2019

I'm sad that u gone but I'm happy u are safe and have no more pain!! Only u and I know how much u meant to me .I love you Rest in peace 💜💜💜💜
Love Tracey

Genda Mosley

June 11, 2019

Sonia you will be missed, the love your family holds for you will never go away. Hug all the family for me . Til we meet again. Gone but never forgotten.

Michael Cooper

June 11, 2019

You will be missed tremendously. Thank you for all your life lessons.

EDWIN AYERS

June 10, 2019

TO MY BIG SISTER SONYA I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU AS MY PROTECTOR,THE ONE WHO TAUGHT ME HOW TO SURVIVE, THE ONE WHO TRUSTED ME WITH HER BOYS,THE ONE WHO WAS MY BEST FRIEND, COUNSELOR, ADVISER, AND MENTOR....I LOOK FORWARD TO HOLDING YOU AGAIN AND SEEING YOUR BEAUTIFUL SMILE!!!!!!R.I.P.!!!!! I LOVE YOU, I LOVE YOU,I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!