Yvonne Barrios Calpo
April 8, 1952 – April 2, 2018
Yvonne Barrios Calpo was born on April 8, 1952 in Bronx, NY and passed away on April 2, 2018 in Salinas, California.
- Celebration of Life Memorial Service Saturday, April 14, 2018
Yvonne Barrios Calpo
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April 13, 2018
My grandmother was a blessing to many people's lives. Its surprising to see people go about their lives and live them in what could be defined as mundane. As Alan Sachs simply put, many people die but not many live. Her heart was upbeat and positive. If you came by her in a downcast mood she took it as a challenge to brighten that person's day. I'll admit, grandma was more of a goofball and akind to the eccentric senior citizen; but her heart was definitely young. My most fondest memories stem from her taking us to the movie theater; from trying to sneak us in for a "matinee double feature," to peeling out of the parking lot like a criminal in her Nissan Sentra to avoid positive ID by cinema staff. She was a wild spirit and impressioned on us kids to explore our creativity and embrace our weird side. Cuz lets be honest, weird grandmas are the true spice of life. You'll forever be treasured in our hearts and it pains me to know of your passing but I know you're in a better place and I am thankful for the spark you shared with all of us. Love you grandma. I will remember.
Catherine the Pest Calcagno
April 12, 2018
Memories of how we met never going to forget. She was so upbeat. She was supposed to move to Australia, thank GOD she didn't. She was my sister in every way possible. I would be there with a celery sticks but I can't. She made me laugh so hard about celery. This been a hard week. I am sure when Jesus comes I will see her come out of grave from her rest. I love you guys big time. 😍😘😎
April 10, 2018
To All of the Family of Yvonne;
On behalf of all of the staff and myself at Bayside Community Mortuary; Thank you for allowing us to care for your Mother and Grandmother. I pray God's supernatural comfort and peace to you all as only He can give. Please know that we are here to help in any way we can and that if there is anything you need; please, don't hesitate to reach out. God Bless you all!