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Angelina "Angie" Ramona Builta

August 11, 1938February 9, 2021
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Angelina "Angie" Ramona Builta was born on August 11, 1938 in Tucson, Arizona and passed away on February 9, 2021 in Salina, California and is under the care of The Paul Mortuary.

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Angelina "Angie" Ramona Builta

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wendy speciale

March 3, 2021

Angie was an amazing woman and friend. She was always there when you needed her, without hesitation. We will miss her dearly. To the family - We hope you can find comfort in all the memories.... We are so very sorry for your loss . With much love, Wendy & Rich Speciale

Yvonne Rianda

February 28, 2021

Angie what a beautiful lady I’m so sorry to the family for your loss . Remembering Ranchers days she was so kind to me and loved my son Ben we had some good times Love and prayers being sent 🙏❤️💙🤍 to the family . Cynthia bigs hugs

Dyan McAuley

February 19, 2021

My friendship with Angie grew from my friendship with Christina way back in the early 70’s. Angie became my dearest friend, the kind of friend you know you only get once in a lifetime. I am so blessed to have made so many memories with her.
Thank you for sharing your life with me Angie, I will always love you and will never forget you.
Dyan

Alayna Gray

February 19, 2021

I can’t imagine what the early days of Rancho San Carlos would have been without Angie Builta. She taught us everything from staying on a horse, to handling the wildlife and finding our way in 20,000 wild acres. I have many happy memories of morning walks, picnics in magical new places that I would have never found without her, camping out with all the kids, dealing with storms and power outages—all the things a city girl needs to know.

My sympathies to her devoted family. What wonderful memories you have. It was a life well lived.

Alayna Gray

Delia Chacon

February 19, 2021

Will never forget the good old days, such wonderful memories of being together in Seaside and down by the Carmel Valley river as kids. Remembering when we girls all got the blue dot on our hands...unity, family. I still have my blue dot, you probably did too. Rest In Peace dear cousin. All my love to you Angie.
Sending much love and condolences to to your family and friends.
Delia Acevedo Loretto Chacon

Terri Acevedo

February 19, 2021

So sorry for the lose of my beautiful cousin. The photos posted were wonderful to look at. Thank you. My family, I love you all.

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