Deanna Grace Corder
May 23, 1983 – September 30, 2019
Deanna Aguayo Sevilla-Corder was born on May 23, 1983 and flew off to be our guardian angel on September 30, 2019. Deanna loved her job as a Gila River Health Care E.M.T. and loved even more serving as the Command Support Officer for the Honor Guard. Deanna loved being outdoors and always on the go. Her favorite outings were exploring new places with her daughters and hanging out at the Aguayo cabin. She always wanted them to have experiences rather than material items. Deanna's favorite time of year was Christmas and it wouldn't be unusual to get in her car and hear Christmas music in August! The earlier the better! Even though Deanna left us so early, she lived her life to the fullest and impacted so many people's lives with her kindness and love. She will be missed beyond measure. Deanna is survived by her beautiful daughters Payton and Noelle Corder, Mother Sylvia Aguayo, Second Mom Peggy Aguayo-Eberhardt, Father Frederick Sevilla, Uncles Manny and Jr. Aguayo, Brother Freddy Sevilla (Isabel), Big Sister and Brother Monica and J.P. Montalvo (Cynthia), Nephews Lit’l Freddy and John E., Nieces Oriaha, Alex, Jene, and Savana. Many Sevilla Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. Viewing will be held on October 9th, 2019 from 9:00 to 10:00 am with mass immediately following at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church 4715 N Central Ave., Phx. 85012. Internment immediately following mass at East Resthaven Cemetery 4310 E Southern Ave, Phx. 85042. In lieu of flowers we have set up a Go Fund Me account for Payton and Noelle.
- Jr. Aguayo, Pallbearer
- Manny Aguayo, Pallbearer
- Malik Hampton, Pallbearer
- J.P. Montalvo, Pallbearer
- Monica Montalvo, Pallbearer
- Freddy Sevilla, Pallbearer
- Lit'l Freddy Sevilla, Pallbearer
- Mikey Sevilla, Pallbearer
- Vistiation Wednesday, October 9, 2019
- Funeral Mass Wednesday, October 9, 2019
- Committal Service
Deanna Grace Corder
October 9, 2019
Deanna was a beloved friend to my recently deceased son, Wilhelm and a dear friend to my son Jim Kalweit and his family. Their friendship extended past work. You touched their lives with your joyful and adventurous spirit. You are deeply missed by all whose lives you've touched. Our prayers go out to your beautiful daughters, Payton and Noelle.
October 8, 2019
I remember the first day she got on my truck as my full time partner she was bubbly out going to me she kind of felt green. Well little to my notion she showed me out the first tour, how ever she also showed me that we were going to be great partners and friends/family for life. Her an I always butted heads she was just as head strong an OCD as me but she always some how won or disagreements by pointing out the simplicity of the situation. She was there through my roughest times knowing we were similar we didnt like to talk about feelings just having one another quietly in each others space ment more then a million words. I also had the pleasure of taking care her up until the week of little Noelle birth, as she started growing she would always say how silly an krazy this little one could be I would tell her do you blame her you kept her up all hours of the night never stopping always on the go, as well as joking about the chaos of the field. I became very fond of Dee as she did me we took alot from each other over the years, I will miss her dearly an keep her in my heart and memories sleep well my friend my sister may your heart, mind, an soul be at peace now. Love you always!