OBITUARY

Annie Dahilig Duenas

July 22, 1951December 13, 2017
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Arrangements under the direction of El Camino Memorial - Sorrento Valley, San Diego, CA.

Services

  • Visitation

    Wednesday, December 27, 2017

  • Funeral Mass

    Thursday, December 28, 2017

  • Graveside Committal

    Thursday, December 28, 2017

Memories

Annie Dahilig Duenas

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Martha Quintanilla Davis

February 2, 2018

My Cousin Annie,
The news of your passing was devastating to us all. I felt like I just reconnected with you after all these years, I will deeply miss you. Your kindness, your love for family and your loving soul, all this and much more is what I will remember when I think of you. Until we meet again cousin at heavens gate.
My deepest love and affection. Cousin Mart✝

Lin Dahilig

January 13, 2018

Sis Annie, it's been exactly one month ago today that God called you home. We are still very emotional over losing you so unexpectedly. Thoughts of you bring both sadness and happiness. Amongst us siblings we have a missing link - YOU! Our lives will never be the same. ❤ We miss you so much sis. ❤❤❤

Jen Dahilig

January 10, 2018

My dearest and loving sister Annie,

My heart is still aching of the thought of losing you. I still can't believe that you are gone. Every time reality hits I break down to pieces. I think back of the last time we spoke. How excited I was getting to seeing you soon. Then the call comes in that you were gone. I couldn't believe what I was hearing and went into shock crying all night yelling why. Till this day I break down like right now.

My sister I miss you so much. The thought of never seeing or talking to you again breaks my heart. I will miss the days we talk before I go into work. Your face on the other side of the screen talking about plans getting all together because we are getting older and some sick.

Well my sister you brought us all together in a bittersweet way. Our hearts are all broken and hurt. But we were all in one place together after 17 years. Mom always wanted that and you did it.

I love you my sister. I will see you again. As the days passes I still hurt my pain will be there for a long time so please understand if you see me break down and cry.

You are close to heart and I will always keep you close to me. RIP my sister till the day we meet again. I love you my sissy.

I love you brother John and children (Johnny Phil Joey Gerald Keith Brian Anne and family) . You all will forever be in my heart. Family forever.❤❤❤

Bennette Roberson

January 7, 2018

Auntie Annie
As each day passes without you here, I begin to miss you more and more. It's been so hard trying to accept that you're really gone. I've had trouble finding the words to say to You, I've been trying to process it all but saying my goodbye until I see you again, just makes it so real. I pray that Uncle John, Philip, Gerald, Keith, Brian, and Anne Marie will find comfort in knowing that you're with grandma, grandpa, JoAnne, and all our loved ones who have passed before you. I love you and miss you so much Auntie Annie. May you Rest In Heaven

P.S. Thank you for helping me learn to pray The Rosary again. I've also taught my children through you.

You're forever in my heart!
Love Always Your Niece Bennette

Panis Family

January 5, 2018

Our heart felt condolences to the Duenas and Dahilig family. Ms Annie was such a good friend who was kind hearted and had a gentle soul. Her love for her family and friends was very evident in the way she lived her life and how she is sorely missed by very many. Rest in peace Ms. Annie. We are praying for the comfort of the family and may you all be surrounded with God's love during this time and always.

Lina Mendoza-Duenas

January 5, 2018

My Dearest Auntie Annie,

Even till this day, I cannot fathom that you have left us. Your beautiful smile, the sound of your laughter and voice will forever be imprinted on my heart. The last time I saw you was at Uncle John's 80th Birthday party and even then I did not get to spend time with you. I did have the chance to say hello and kiss your cheek, I'm so glad for that. I still catch myself tearing up and having moments that seem uncontrollable. I miss you so much!!!

I think about my sorrow and I know it is nothing compared to what my Uncle, my Cousins, or her Siblings are going through. The loss of a spouse, mother, sister is nothing I have endured. Hoping that day never comes and knowing it's inevitable is heart wrenching. I pray that they find comfort and strength and always know that we are here for them.

Family gatherings are surely going to be different from now on but we know you'll be there in spirit. Thank you for the great memories all of these years. You were the epitome of FAMILY. You and Uncle John always showed up. We tell you when an event was going to happen and you made sure you were there. And if that event was going to fall on a day you weren't able to make it, you would even request that event be moved to another date. That's who you were. A person so loving and caring and devoted to family and friends who became family.

I am thankful for the time Our Father has given us with you. He has called you home and we must now continue to live this temporary life keeping your memory alive and remembering to share our love with the Family that we have here. Until we meet again, my dear Aunt. I love you!

Lina Marie Mendoza-Duenas

January 5, 2018

My Dearest Auntie Annie,

Even till this day, I cannot fathom that you have left us. Your beautiful smile, the sound of your laughter and voice will forever be imprinted on my heart. The last time I saw you was at Uncle John's 80th Birthday party and even then I did not get to spend time with you. I did have the chance to say hello and kiss your cheek, I'm so glad for that. I still catch myself tearing up and having moments that seem uncontrollable. I miss you so much!!!

I think about my sorrow and I know it is nothing compared to what my Uncle, my Cousins, or her Siblings are going through. The loss of a spouse, mother, sister is nothing I have endured and know that it's inevitable. I pray that they find comfort and strength and always know that we are here for them.

Family gatherings are surely going to be different from now on but we will always keep your memory alive. Thank you for the great memories all of these years. You were the epitome of FAMILY. You and Uncle John always showed up. We tell you when an event was going to happen and you made sure you were there. And if that event was going to fall on a day you weren't able to make it, you would even request that event be moved to another date. That's who you were. A person so loving and caring and devoted to family and friends who became family.

I thank our Father for the time he has given us with you but now he has called you home and we must continue to live this temporary life. Until we meet again, my dear Aunt. I love you!!!

Roming Dahilig

January 4, 2018

Aunty Annie you have always been an inspiration to us all. But what made you extraordinary was you never judged us no matter how bad we were, you always seem to put life in prospective and made us feel love and wanted. Thank you for the memories and Thank you for being you. Love and miss you

Kyle Duenas

January 3, 2018

Auntie Annie I'm sorry I couldn't make it, but you were always in my thoughts. I promise I will see you and get you beautiful flowers. I know you are watching over our family from above. I love and miss you.

Mary Linda Dahilig

January 3, 2018

Lord, thank you for 66 blessed years with our beloved Annie. May the Perpetual light shine upon her and may she rest in love and peace.

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