Aurora Cecilia Salsberry
June 1, 1930 – September 10, 2020
It is with heavy hearts and great sadness; we announce the death of Aurora Cecilia Salsberry (Carmichael, CA), who passed away on September 10, 2020, at the age of 90, leaving family and friends to mourn. Please leave a sympathy message to the family on this memorial page to pay them a last tribute.
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Aurora Cecilia Salsberry
September 17, 2020
RIP BEAUTIFUL ANGEL AURORA.
You were always such a sweetheart and made me feel at home and loved. You are in heaven with all of our angels. We love you so much.
September 15, 2020
One of my favorite memories is spending time with Auntie even thou we were always hanging out at the grandparents house we would always go visit next door to see Auntie and Uncle Augustine. She was a big part in raising us kids seeing us grow from babies to adults. She really enjoyed hanging out with all her babies, she poured all her love and attention to her kids and grand-kids, we all got to experience the same care and comfort she naturally gave each one of us. She was very tentative and caring. The examples of love she shared, her legacy will never be forgotten and will be passed down many generations. We loved our Auntie and she will be missed. Jeanette Roybal
September 14, 2020
Prayers of comfort to the family! Heaven gained a sweet Angel Aunt Aurora. Auntie helped make my childhood awesome. She always made me feel loved and special. Made a big impact on me when I was a little girl. So Blessed. I loved her laugh she was always happy and full of life! She shared many stories of her upbringing rich in detail and tradition. Memories of her crocheting blankets and making delicious tortillas. And taking care of her beautiful grand babies. She had that special touch to decorate her home each room beautiful and unique. There was a song she sang to me and Jeanette when we were little penguins called Una Paloma Blanca. We asked her what it meant she said a white Dove That is free to fly in the sky. The way she sang that song was sweet and beautiful. She is now our beautiful sweet Angel in heaven with Uncle Augustine holding each other home forever with Jesus. God bless you my family I love you mucho.