Funeraria del Angel Santa Paula

128 South Eighth Street, Santa Paula, CA


George Aguilar Hernandez

March 30, 1943October 31, 2019
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George Aguilar Hernandez, born and raised in Santa Paula, CA. George was a fiberglass finisher for seven years and then worked at the Santa Paula Convalescent Hospital. After George continued his employment at Twin Pines he retired from Twin Pines in 2008. George is survived by his siblings, Lawrence Chavez, Frank Hernandez, Ramon Hernandez, Mike Hernandez, Danny Hernandez, David Hernandez, Eleanor Gomez, Mercy Lopez and Josephine Estrada. And predeceased father, Juan Hernandez, mother, Margarita Aguilar Hernandez; brothers, Juanito Hernandez, Nick Hernandez, Richard Hernandez, Simon Hernandez and sisters, Dolores Contreras, Alice Sigala and Carmen Rodriguez. George’s ability to make everyone he surrounded himself with feel loved, comfort and secure was a unique trait only he had. Being described as “Everyone’s Neighbor” many knew George as the hard worker he was but was more recognized for his kindness. While today we deeply grieved by the loss of one of the pillars in our family, we are thankful for the chance of having him in our lives. Not too many people have had the privilege of knowing someone as remarkable as him. As we eagerly await the day to reunite with him, we keep him in our minds and hearts, where his memory will forever be everlasting. Visitation will be held on Thursday November 14th, at the Funeraria Del Angel, 128 S 8th St, Santa Paula, CA 93060 Time: 5-9pm (Rosary begins at 7pm)

Service will be held on Friday November 15th at Our Lady of Guadalupe, 427 N Oak St, Santa Paula, CA 93060 Time: 10am Following burial ceremony at Pierce Brothers Cemetery, 380 Cemetery Rd, Santa Paula, CA 93060


  • Lawrence Chavez, Brother
  • Frank Hernandez, Brother
  • Ramon Hernandez, Brother
  • Mike Hernandez, Brother
  • Danny Hernandez, Brother
  • David Hernandez, Brother
  • Eleanor Gomez, Sister
  • Mercy Lopez, Sister
  • Josephine Estrada, Sister


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


George Aguilar Hernandez

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Alice Sigala

November 13, 2019

I remember when my tio George would come walking to my mom's(Lecha) house from Sycamore street to Texas Lane, my mom would say "AY VIENE MI HERMANITO GEORGE" we were always so happy to see him. He loved surrounding himself around his family. TIO REST IN PEACE LOVE YOU VERY MUCH your niece Alice Sigala

MaryGrace Gonzalez

November 12, 2019

50 years ago he became “Compa George “ as the best man in our wedding. Cristino & I were ever so grateful for his genuine kindness & caring personality. Compa George always put others before himself & made people smile. The late Cristino & I were truly blessed to have him in our lives, George was the true definition of the word “Compadre”. Rest In Peace Compa George.

Antonio Mendoza

November 9, 2019

Uncle George, "I can only imagine" the glory and majesty before your eyes right now TYJ...we love you, see you later!

Antonio Mendoza

November 8, 2019

Tio George, I miss watching Laker games with you & falling asleep. I once remember in elementary you'd visit & prepare oatmeal for us before we awoke, lol except once you accidentally put salt instead of sugar...funny we all laughed hard that morning! (Appreciate it still) Love you, can't wait to see your glorious resurrected body and introduce my family to you... sorry I stayed away too long...😭

Margaret Hernandez

November 8, 2019

I Remember Whenever Tio David And My Bro Gilbert Had To Work Late, Tio George Use To Walk Up Sycamore St. Where I Lived To Have Dinner With Us😋 The Whole Time He Was Eating, He Would Say Oh Boy! My Kids Would Look Out The Window Everyday Waiting For Him To Walk Up Our Driveway So They Could Shout, Uncle George Is Here!!! I Will Cherish The Moments We Shared Forever Tio😪❤😇

Eva Osuna’Rocha

November 7, 2019

My favorite memory is when Tio would come to visit my Gma and she would make breakfast 🍳 for her brother. They be in the kitchen talking, Tio would get a cup of coffee and sit in the living room and tell stories when they were kids 💙 love and miss you Tio Georgie 💙🙏🏽

Margaret Olmos

November 7, 2019

My favorite memory is when you decide to spend the night one time when you came to visit and i went into labor @ 36 wks at about 2am. You and my Bro. Joe took me to the Ventura County General Hospital I had a cute baby boy Gilbert Michael Martinez. I really ❤ the Hot Pink Fuzzy Slippers you bought me. Tio I most appreciate you always looking for us every time we moved. I know you really cared. I will truly miss you....forever in my ❤ Love You, Your Niece Margaret Mendoza Olmos