OBITUARY

Sadie F. Maldonado

March 7, 1933April 9, 2018

Sadie Maldonado, 85, our beloved mother was born in Vineland, Colorado, on March 7, 1933. She passed away peacefully on April 9, 2018 surrounded by family at home. She was preceded in death by her husband, Samuel Maldonado Sr.; parents, Raymond & Della Gonzalez Sr.; siblings, Irene, Elizabeth, Pete, Arthur. Survived by Mary, Edna, Fred, Raymond Jr., also survived by children, Shirley (Henry) Martinez, Samuel (Eva) Maldonado, Susan Maldonado (Leroy), Scott (Tracy) Maldonado, Simon Maldonado. Also survived by 23 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren, and 2 great, great grandchildren. She worked at First National Bank, Pueblo West Motel, and Hyde Park Elementary. She enjoyed watching her Sci-Fi movies and Novellas. She always looked forward to the visits from her children, grandchildren, and love sharing stories with them around the kitchen table. Her favorite color was purple; the family asks if you are attending the services if you would wear this color. Special thanks to the special care from Granddaughter, Abbey Martinez, Vigil who made her final moments comfortable. The viewing is from 9:00a.m. - 10:00a.m., Mon., April 16, 2018 with services to follow at Imperial Funeral Home.

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  • Survived by Mary, Edna, Fred, Raymond Jr., also survived by children, Shirley (Henry) Martinez, Samuel (Eva) Maldonado, Susan Maldonado (Leroy), Scott (Tracy) Maldonado, Simon Maldonado. Also survived by 23 grandchildren, 35 great grandchildren, and 2 great, great grandchildren.

Services

  • Funeral Service Monday, April 16, 2018
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Sadie F. Maldonado

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Lorreta Rennard

April 14, 2018

We were so sorry to hear about aunt Sadie .Its so hard losing a parent and I know how much she will be missed. I have so many fond memories of her. She was always so hospitable, working hard in her yard and garden, cooking ,canning, and having a tall glass of pepsi with ice and straw in hand. Just thinking about her puts a big warm smile in my heart. She was such a kind and loving aunt to us all. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all with big tight hugs from your cousins in Cali.
We have such a real, marvelous hope in seeing all our loved ones soon and may you reach out to our God Jehovah to find comfort in Him and with each other. (2 Corinthians 1: 3,4) He will turn all those tears of sorrow into tears of joy! May the family stay close and take care of each other .
Love you all !
Chris and Lorreta Rennard

Carmen Gonzales

April 14, 2018

I am so glad I took video snipits of our last visit. Sadie was laughing and then had a conversation with her brother Fred on the phone. Another shows Sadie giving us directions to where the best chili could be bought. These photos/videos are so precious now. We can look at them over and over. Sadie was the oldest child of Raymond and Della. Ray, my husband, was the youngest. I fall in there as the sister-in-law. How joyful we all be to see her and Sam again under God's Kingdom.
Her mom would share this beautiful hope with her many times. What a Grand Reunion we will have, right here on earth! Psalms 37: 9-11
It won't be long now!
Carmen Gonzales

Samuel Maldonado

April 14, 2018

Mom is with the Great Sun God now and look foward to being with her and Dad some day. I want to thank all for leaving their memories.

Joe Gonzales

April 13, 2018

I had the privilege of meeting Sadie during our family vacation 2016. Her and her husband Sam were so nice & hospitable. Rev 21:3,4
I look forward to welcoming her back

Joe Gonzales (Pepper Montoya's husband)

Pepper Montoya-Gonzales

April 13, 2018

Dear family, I'm very sad to hear about your mom & grandma, my Aunt. I have strong faith in the Bibles promise that there will be an earthly resurrection; I look forward to a future time when I will be able to see Aunt Sadie and my mom (her sister, Irene) around a kitchen table again talking and laughing; Until then I have many great memories of visiting with my parents. And will never forget the time she served me some kind of brains (I think); I asked what it was and all she kept saying was for me to "think" about it while she was grinning.

I truly wish I could be there but will be thinking of you all during this very difficult time.
With Love, Pepper, Joe, & Mylie Gonzales

Wayne Montoya

April 11, 2018

Sorry for your loss, our loss! Your mom was so genuine and loved her family so so much!The hope of seeing her again when God Jehovah ressurects her in the earthly paradise is so real.
We can all see her again if we all share that hope together.I miss everyone and wished I could be there to support you all more.
Love and prayers
Your Cousin Wayne
And all my family

FROM THE FAMILY