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Mount Auburn Funeral Home & Cemetery

4101 South Oak Park Ave, Stickney, IL

OBITUARY

Angeles S. Montes

May 17, 1947June 21, 2020
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Angeles S. Montes, age 73, of Cicero, Illinois passed away after a long battle with Alzheimer’s on June 21st 2020. Angeles was born May 17, 1947 to Aquilino and Susana Sanchez in San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico.

She was the cherished wife to her beloved husband Rodolfo H. Montes Sr.. Angeles was a caring mother to her two children and an even more loving grandmother. She was an amazing beautician, loved to shop, enjoyed traveling, but most importantly loved creating memories with her family, and adored her home island of Puerto Rico. She was a great sister-in-law, friend, godmother, sister, and aunt to many. She'll be greatly missed by all.

Angeles S. Montes is survived by her loving children Rodolfo Jr. and Minerva (Jorge Sanchez) Montes, dearest grandchildren Angie (Carl Jarvis) Wonogas, Erica (Michael) Villa, her siblings Carmensita and Priscilla.

She is preceded in death by her parents Aquilino and Susana Sanchez, her beloved husband Rodolfo H. Montes Sr., loving siblings Luz D, Ramona, Carmen, Margarita, William, and Carlos.

Services for Angeles S. Montes will be held at Mount Auburn Funeral Home. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MountAuburnFuneralHome.com for the Montes family.

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Madylin Flores

June 28, 2020

My beloved Mamita Abuela. Thank you for being so caring and loving . Thank you for being there when I needed you. You were so special to many and loved by all. Although the last year's of your life were difficult your daughter Minnie made them special. I was so happy and thankful for your recent visit to Florida. Will miss you. Love you.

Vionette De Choudens Sanchez

June 27, 2020

I will always remember "titi Zori" with a lot of love. She was always quick to receive us in her home and had lots of stories to tell. Always happy, always welcoming both when visiting announced and unannounced. I remember when titi Zori and Minie pick me up from the airport in Chicago when my flight got severely delayed, they took me to the lake front and showed me around, turning what could have been another bad flight experience into a delightful family visit. Titi Zori will be greatly missed and will always have a special place in my heart. I wish I could be there for her and the family. - Love Vionette

Guadalupe De Alba (Montes)

June 26, 2020

My dearly beloved sister in law!!
I’m going to missed you so much you made our lives very happy. You were the sister in law that was so caring and a very working hard woman and a wonderful mother, wife and grandmother.
I think from all my sister in laws you were the one that I was very close to, I could talk to you and tell you all my problems and you never judged me and really cared. I will always have a very special love and memory of you and when I get to meet you in heaven we will have our salsa and bachata dance. Love you till eternity!! Guadalupe Montes De Alba

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