August 11, 1923 – January 6, 2019
Esther Muñoz was born on August 11, 1923 in Upland, California and passed away on January 6, 2019 in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
- David Muñoz, Son
- Margarita Muñoz, Daughter
- Joe Muñoz, Son
- Stella Muñoz-Proulx, Daughter
- Mrs. Muñoz also leaves 10 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren to cherish her memory.
- Funeral Service Thursday, January 24, 2019
- Visitation Thursday, January 24, 2019
- Rosary Service Thursday, January 24, 2019
CeeCee Trejo Trejo
January 23, 2019
Tia Entie (spelling?) was in my life since before I was born. She and my Mom (Vera) were not only sisters but best friends. Our family and Tia's celebrated everything together, baptisms, 1st communions, birthdays, etc. Both Uncle Joe and Tia were always there for us. We could always count on them, they and especially Tia were part of our family as we grew up. She was such an inspiration to me, she was always full of great ideas and was always looking for something new and different to do. She encouraged my Mom to step out of her box and enjoy life more.
I will miss her so very much, her smile, her encouraging talks and how much she loved life. She was always asking how I was feeling and also how our children and grandchildren were doing. I don't think I realized how much she meant to me until now.
I know she is with our Lord in Heaven, but I ask that the Lord surround her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren with His love and especially with His peace as we all go through these difficult times.
Tia, I love and will miss you always, say hi to Mom & Dad for me.
January 18, 2019
My Tia was so kind and compassionate. She had the ability to open her heart to everyone she met. She always made me feel safe, and I was never afraid to talk to her. One day I had to make a life decision, so I sat on her couch in her Living Room and poured out my fears to her. Her expression was thoughtful as I was sharing my story. When I finished, she looked at me with her beautiful eyes, put her hand on mine, and without judgment gave me her opinion and helped me to make a sound decision. Tia Telo was an amazing woman and I loved her like a mother.
I was able to be with her a few times during her last days. Though she was very weak she managed a smile and of course a sarcastic joke! I loved her humor!
I miss her every day, and I know that I was so blessed to have had her in my life since the day I was born.
Hasta Luego, Tia Telo,
I know I will see you again!
I love you,