March 3, 1945 – January 9, 2020
Estela Barrera was born on March 3, 1945 and passed away on January 9, 2020.
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Desert Lawn Memorial
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January 22, 2020
Tia Estela, La quiero mucho! Que en paz descanse. Tendre en mi corazon todas las memorias que disfrutamos juntas.
January 20, 2020
I will always cherish the memories I have of my Mother-in-law (Mom), my friend and my partner in crime. I will miss the conversations; the advice; her loving and caring words; the laughs we shared; the dancing to Ramon Ayala or cumbias; the cooking lessons and the high fives at the casino. What I will miss the most is her beautiful smile and the love she gave me. She will always be in my heart ♥️
January 20, 2020
My grandma Estela Barrerá, has been by my side ever since the day I was born taking care of me, making me laugh , and always teaching me life lessons, she was never afraid to speak her mind and always was honest in her opinions.
There were times where I remember she would take her time out of her schedule to take me and my sister to the park or to the arcade where are you in grabbing a bite to eat at places like McDonald’s Burger King, and especially Shakey‘s pizzeria. I always remembered how I saw my grandma work hard no matter what the job is from cleaning houses to selling jewelry all her life she has been classed as extremely hard and dedicating work.
There is always something that my grandma teaches me the most importantly she taught me that when all seems loss and you feel like there’s nothing that but darkness she always tells me to pray and have faith in the Lord our Savior. Now more than ever I will pray to the heavens above and I will know that one of my guardian angels is my grandma and I know she is with me and she will always be watching me because she is here within my heart. I love you Grandma always and forever.
January 19, 2020
Mi Tía Estela always had snacks or our favorite food for us when we came over. She would mention how she went to the store and remembered how we like Caprisun or Doritos and would get it specifically for us. As a kid that seems so cool. As I grew up, I started realizing how sweet that was. She didn’t have to do that but she wanted to. She always thought about us and wanted us to feel at home. That’s one small story of many of how she made us feel special.
Ivonne De Leon
January 16, 2020
My mom, my hero, my friend, my rock, your strength and love gave me life and you have guided and encouraged me every step of the way, your unconditional love and sacrifice have made me who I am and all the good in me. I have loved and adored you all my life and I have been blessed to be with you and share your beautiful life. I have loved every smile , every soft look in your beautiful face and all that you have thought me. Your devotion, faith, strength, courage and unconditional love will stay with me always! God bless you mom for you are in God's loving care now and I have the hope to be with you again some day. I am forever grateful for all that you are and for being a most wonderful mom; I will always love you. Te amo mama.