OBITUARY

Manuel Ceballos Chavez

May 4, 1948October 10, 2020

Manuel Ceballos Chavez, age 72, of Hesperia, was born on the mountains of Chihuahua, Mexico on May 4, 1948 and passed away doing what he loved on the mountains of California on October 10, 2020

"As the deer longs for streams of water, so my soul longs for you."

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Vicente Ceballos Chavez

October 19, 2020

My son asked me a long time ago why i whistle so much and the one thing I knew was that my brother Manuel was a whistler lol. You took me in a number of occasions when I needed you. You were a neat freak, you would wake up to early in the morning and had the audacity to wake me up, lol. I thank you my brother. I'm forever indebted to you. I will miss you immensely, rest in peace.

Cheyenne Brown

October 19, 2020

It breaks my heart to know you're gone uncle. I have many great memories, i loved when you would take me on a walk in your backyard and show me your garden and how proud of it you were the whole time me asking what everything was. You are missed but never to be forgotten. Rest in heaven uncle and hopefully when my time comes you can walk me around as you did with your garden.

Rosa García

October 18, 2020

Siempre estaré tan agradecida contigo por ver me caminado al altar. Siempre serás mi tío favorito . Te quise te quiero y siempre te querré . Besos y abrazos asta el cielo .

Rosa Berry

October 17, 2020

My dear uncle, can’t believe you’re gone. I will never forget you because you treated me as more than just and a niece, you treated me like a daughter. I will always remember your warm tight hugs and you saying, “ mi reina”. Our trips to T.J. and you offering me “sopa” which was hot ass soda. I have so may fond memories of you Uncle Meño. Especially every weekend at our house. You and the band just doing what you loved. Singing the night away. You are gone, but NEVER forgotten my sweet uncle. Love you always!

Briana Chavez

October 17, 2020

Te voy a extrañar mi tio guapo! Te quiero mucho y siempre vas estar en mi corazon. Siempre tu guerita!!

Alberto Zepeda

October 17, 2020

Rest In Peace Tio Meño . You were more than an uncle to us all. You were a great father ,uncle & friend to anyone and everyone that you would cross paths with . Hunting wasn’t enjoyable without you .my greatest memories and times were when You ,my dad and me would be up in the mountains looking for deer . My dad and I went one way and you made your own path opposite of our direction no matter how far you went . We would always see you on top of the biggest rock standing tall looking through your binoculars. I would always say to myself Damn my uncles tall ! The days would go on we all grew older and some of my best times was always hanging out with you . We love you Tio and We miss you .

Celestino (Tino) Chavez

October 17, 2020

Dad, words can’t explain what this void will leave. We will do our best to carry on with what you tried to instill in us, your sons. We are forever grateful for the love you gave and the paths you have shown us. Rest easy, because it will be a party when I come and join you. I expect my seeing you in the next life will be greeted by you with your accordion. Like we played together at the chaparral when I was 5. All my love Dad. Your grateful son, Tino.

Oscar Castellanos

October 17, 2020

We are deeply saddened by the passing of staple and icon to the Chavez Family. Tio we will never forget you as long as we live.

Jeanette Chavez

October 17, 2020

We love you uncle Manuel, you are gone but never forgotten.. 🙏

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