OBITUARY

Joe S Solis

December 31, 1943January 10, 2019
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Joe S Solis, of Santa Ana, California passed away on Thursday January 10, 2019. Joe was born December 31, 1943. He is survived by his Wife of 53 years, Linda; Daughter Marlene and Son-in-Law Carlos; as well as his 3 Grandchildren, Isabella, Carlos and Sophia; 6 God Children; Mother-in-law, Ruth; Sister-in-Laws, Marina and Alice; siblings Vickie(Alvie), Maria Trinidad (Marty), Carmen (Miguel), Eloisa (Casi), John (Miriam), Ophelia (Andy) Andy ; and many Nieces and Nephews. He is predeceased by his parents Salvador and Rosario and 2 siblings Louie and Frank. Joe began his career in 1963. He continued to work at the same location until his retirement. He was a very generous man and would give the shirt right off his back. He would help people in any way regardless of the need. Joe loved his big family and friends. He enjoyed going to Las Vegas for the slot machine tournaments. Joe was a sports fan. His favorite college football team was the Norte Dame. When Marlene was growing up he participated and traveled to all her sporting events and continued the traditions with all of his 3 Grandchildren.

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  • Funeral Service Wednesday, January 23, 2019
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mike farber

January 24, 2019

To Joe's family . I am so sorry for your loss. It has been at least 60 years that I have seen any of the family., but growing up in Santa Ana, the few memories I do have, has always had the Solis family on top of the list. Your support and acceptance of me will always be remembered.

Mike

Ruby Gonzales ( Munoz)

January 21, 2019

I attended Mater Dei High School with Sal. We had art class with Ms. Calienni. One assignment was to draw a picture in black and white of someone. He chose his girlfriend, Linda Gomez. Since I sat next to him, I’d glance over and think how pretty she was! Ms Calienni would tell him, “ Sal, make her nose more tilted. Her nose is tilted up more”,
She finally approved of his drawing. ; he had captured his love perfectly! He’d wear his football varsity letterman’s jacket and I really thought he was BMOC. RIP, fellow Monarch. Ruby Munoz Gonzales 1963

Andrew Gaydos

January 20, 2019

My memory s of uncle sal are the most awesomest family parties the mariachis playing the cake and asada the slide at the pool trinity couldn't get enough of . The wonderful hospitality. The poker game. I love u uncle sal thanks for the wonderful memories . And it wasn't just till recently I saw his mater dei football picture. I thought that was awsome.

Natasha Villalobos

January 19, 2019

For 20 plus years I would go visit my dad and brother at their work. I would walk in and greet my Uncle Sal first. He always gave the biggest hugs and genuinely cared about what I was doing with myself. I will always cherish visiting him first.

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