OBITUARY

Elodia Gonzalez

November 28, 1993October 11, 2021
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In loving memory of Elodia Gonzalez, 27 years young.

Elodia is survived by her loving wife Alejandra Gonzalez. Her parents Alfredo Imperial and Guadalupe Valenzuela and her siblings Yesi Arroyo, Gladys Imperial, and Alfredo Imperial Jr. Lori was passionate, caring and helpful to everyone around her but found her fit within the Dental field, where she cultivated many long and loving relationships. She valued time with family and friends above all else, she was the glue that held her family together and she loved to make those she cared about happy. She loved arts & crafts with her munchkins and enjoyed listening to music of all genres. Her favorite holiday was Christmas. Her favorite season was fall. Her favorite color was rose gold, and her favorite pastime was online shopping.

She will forever be remembered by her contagious smile and giving heart. Her nieces and nephews will remember Tia Lori as the one that will give them “Chingas” and occasionally tell them that “snitches” would “get stitches” but would also be the first person to shower them with candy, gifts, outings, and more. Her parents will cherish their time with her and remember her as their “tamalito de frijol” who would go out of her way to take special care of them. Her siblings will remember her as their missing link, the spontaneous, loving, amazing person that left them, took with her a piece of their heart that will never be filled. Her wife, Alejandra, will forever remember the 14 years she shared with her trompuda, who was her high school sweetheart and her other half.

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Yesi Arroyo

October 14, 2021

A really really good memory, amongst many, was when we took that sibling adventure to the Butterfly Wonderland in Scottsdale, AZ. After learning some hard news, this trip helped Lori re-charge her continued fight. A Facebook post details her happiness but our faces in the pictures are worth a million words. We cherished every single minute we could have with Lori. Taking turns to visit, working out of her house, and taking her to appointments. Labor or love, sweat, and tears was that of this sibling quartet.

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