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Lima Family Santa Clara Mortuary

466 North Winchester Blvd, Santa Clara, CA

OBITUARY

Reynaldo "Reny" Esteban

April 10, 1932October 30, 2019
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Reynaldo "Reny" Esteban was born on April 10, 1932 and passed away on October 30, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • Rosary Service Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Friday, November 15, 2019

Memories

Reynaldo "Reny" Esteban

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Loida Esteban Rojas

November 12, 2019

No words can I explain how gracious we are to you....can’t explain how I feel....I had my last kiss,hugs and my last word “ bye bye for now” bec I’m leaving for the Phils. Before then, everytime I come to see you,after each session...you’re word “thank you, thank you”....I’m so sorry I wasnt there during the diffult time. Rest In Peace kuya...No more pains and sufferings....It will be a celebration of life meeting your loved ones up there. We love you...Till we meet again❤️❤️🙏🙏

Renavie Sanez

November 12, 2019

You have raised me like your own child. One who Moulded me well so I can choose whats good for me but will not do harm to others. You brought me on my first visit to the dentist & very strick in taking care of my teeth. I miss those times that I will knock at your door kasi kakain na tayo ng agahan. Pati yung pagcollect natin ng eggs sa Poultry. Tatay Dear, there are so much to be thankful for and a biggest space is not even enough to fit them all in. Mahal ko po kayo... YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. My TATAY DEAR... my lolo. Rest in Peace

Annie Esteban

November 12, 2019

Some may ask, who is Tatay as a friend. He is a generous, fun-loving friend and will always be there for a friend in need. He is known to them as “Bisiro” or a horse because during his heydays he was the fastest runner among them.

As a husband, I can assure everybody he loved Nanay so much that he is willing to sacrifice everything for her. I don’t remember a single instance that they had any misunderstanding. He is always there for her.

As a father, he is my Superman and yes he wore a cape, actually it was a red fleece throw blanket that was held with a binder clip because he was always cold.

I can tell you he is the best father a daughter and a son can have. He is always there for us, with whatever bad decisions we made. A very good provider, he decided to migrate here to give us a better life. Back in the Philippines, he used to raise pigs to earn a living. Here in America, he worked double jobs to make both ends meet and provide us with whatever we need. He would give the world to us but the universe to his grandchildren.

Back then, sometimes it’s hard for us to understand the little time he spent with us. But whenever he can he always make sure that we will have the best days of our lives. As I grew up, I began to understand the sacrifices our parents made to make us what or who we are now.

Pa, I know you are now happy being with Mama in heaven. I know how much you loved her. Don’t worry about us. Mark and I are mature enough to face the struggles of life ahead. We will always remember all the beautiful and memorable times we shared together.

When we meet again, I hope I get a smile and a wink from you like the time we first arrived to be with you here in the US.

Pa wherever you are, you are gone but you will never be forgotten”. However, you and Nanay will forever be missed...

Paalam sa iyo Pa... paalam…

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