Deomita Jimenez Aniceto
February 19, 1966 – July 15, 2019
Deomita “Mitas” Aniceto entered Heaven’s gates on July 15, 2019, at the age of 53. She was born on February 19, 1966, in Manila, Philippines to Teresita and Deogracias Jimenez.
Mitas is survived by her husband of 23 years, Dante, and their two children, Deodan and Deodanica. She is also survived by her 3 older sisters: Deosita (Mario) Batac, Deoselita (Lucerio) Galvez, Deoglorita (Joseph) Cleto; and older brother, Deosilito Jimenez; and also numerous loving relatives and friends. Mitas is preceded in death by her parents and her eldest brother, Deogracito Jimenez.
For 18 years, Mitas was employed at Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, CA, as a vivacious server. She enjoyed serving and making people smile.
She was a faithful wife and loving mother. Mitas was a remarkable cook and enjoyed preparing meals for her family and friends, most especially her sisters. She loved to watch Filipino teleseryes, food tutorials, home improvement channels during her spare time, and even joined her kids in cheering for their favorite basketball teams and the San Francisco Giants. Mitas was a dedicated mother first and foremost. She treasured her children and embraced every moment with them.
- Visitation with Rosary at 7 pm Monday, July 29, 2019
- Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Deomita Jimenez Aniceto
August 9, 2019
I will truly miss my childhood friend. I remember when we were kids, we tried to escape from our family. We walked until we almost reached another town (Ugbu). Just can't remember how we went back home. But during that time we were partners in crime coz we are both the youngest in the family. Even we were far away from each other she never missed to chat with me. My best friend, i know you are happy wherever you are. You are now reunited with your Mom and Dad and Kuya Boytie. May you rest in peace. Love you ❤
Dalia De guzman
August 8, 2019
Mitas was one of my nieces with my first cousin Teresita Simundo Jimenez.Just like any one,she used to be my chatmate during my sleepless nights. Nangungumusta sa lahat at nakikibalita dito sa Pinas specially to her lola Demy,my mother.Among the brood of six, she was the coolest.I never heard her shout nor got angry na salubong talaga ang mga eyebrows.She talk less,indi masyado makwento pero showy.Pinakikita at pinararamdam sayo na mahal ka niya and she cares for you.Rest in Peace mama Tas as she fondly called by her apos.You will be missed....We love you.🙏😔😥
August 8, 2019
i will be missing you my friend.
Rest in Peace.
Mario Dee Batac
July 31, 2019
So Long Bunso😭😭😭😭 I thought I’m ready pero May kurot pa rin😭😭😭😭July 15 @ 1457 hours
I Will miss our messenger conversations in the middle of the night during my sleepless nights in the Philippines😘Love you😘
I know you’re happy now with the Lord Jesus and mom dad Jim Jimenez and Oeds Zenemij😇🙏
Condolences to Dante Aniceto Deodan Aniceto and Danica Aniceto
😇May Mitas Aniceto Rest In Peace😇🙏
July 25, 2019
One of my favorite memories is just being around her. When I was younger we lived right behind my grandparents apartment I would come over to just hang out with her and Deodan. We'd watch movies, tagalog shows on VHS (before tfc was even a thing) or even kiddie shows because of deodan. Sometimes she would want to go out. So, she'd drive to a park or to the stores. Or even just take a bunch of Polaroids. She always loved taking pictures.
She was an awesome cook. One of my favorites is her chicken adobo.
To me she will always be the "cool" aunt. She just knew things about me. She understood some part of me. I will truly miss her. Especially, her asking for the kids. I already miss her voice.
The only thing I regret is not seeing you before any of this happened. Before you went to the hospital. But I am thankful i got to talk to you and got to tell you "I love you".
You're in a better place now. Miss you. I love you.