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Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery

570 East Highland Ave, San Bernardino, CA

OBITUARY

Lawrence Valentino Pacheco

April 2, 1973June 20, 2020

Lawrence Valentino Pacheco was born on April 2, 1973 and passed away on June 20, 2020 and is under the care of Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery.

Memorial Service will be held on August 6, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery, 570 East Highland Ave, San Bernardino, CA.

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Services

6 August

Memorial Service

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Mt. View Mortuary & Cemetery

570 East Highland Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92404

Memories

Lawrence Valentino Pacheco

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dolores suarez

August 3, 2020

it's unreal that you are no longer here with us...we have so many wonderful and unforgettable memories...we were more than friends..we were family. i'll never forget you peewee and the fun times we shared going way back to being kids...you were funny and sweet and one of a kind. i was so glad we got back in contact cause i sure did miss you when we weren't. i know heaven has truly gained another angel...my heart goes out to your wife and kids...my prayers are for them. i thank god i was able to have one last laugh with you... 😞💔...may you rest peacefully until we meet again 🙏

Belinda OShea

June 26, 2020

I met Lawrence at Glen Helen and he was always so sweet and willing to help me out with anything I needed. He was always so polite and had an incredible glow around him that made you feel good to just be around him. He helped people out because he truly cared and was very sincere. I did not know him real well but just for the time I knew him at Glen Helen he made a huge impression on me and all his coworkers. I can imagine how his family and close friends must have loved this man. Heaven has truly gained an Angel! Blessings & prayers to his family & friends ❤️🙏

Paul Garcia

June 25, 2020

I am so very sorry for our loss. I worked with Lawrence at Glen Helen Amp. His presence will be dearly missed.
He would always have a smile on his face and a happy "Hello Mr Paul!" for me, even when it was very hot or the end of a very long day.
It's always a tragedy when someone so full of life is taken away from us. I am very grateful that I had the opportunity to know him.
Your family is in my thoughts and I pray for God's divine grace to comfort you in this time.

Truly,
Paul Garcia
Experience Manager at Glen Helen Amphitheater