Maria “Mimi” Losano Baltazar

Maria “Mimi” Losano Baltazar

Feb. 1969 – March 2020

Maria “Mimi” Losano Baltazar went to be with the Lord on March 8, 2020, with her family and friends around her.

She fought the good fight leaving her husband Arturo Baltazar, brothers Brooks Finley and Enrique Gomez and sisters Carmela Finley, Thelma Losano, and Maria “Tillie” Gomez.  She is also survived by her children: Richard Torres, Chanel and Sabrina Torres, Brook Baltazar, Efrain Lynn, Alyssa Saldana, Belinda Martinez and Savon Santana.  Mimi is survived by her grandchildren Luis Mendez and Rosalie Torres.  Mimi is also survived by many family members, godchildren, and friends.

Mimi is preceded in death by her mother Sarah Sue Finley, grandfather Brooks Finley and grandmother Nellie Finley and many others.

Mimi was raised on the west side of Turlock by her mother Sarah and a host of family and friends.  Mimi attended Osborn School and then Wakefield.  She attended Brown and Turlock High, graduating from Roselawn High.  Mimi was a devoted mother and homemaker.  For the last 10 years Mimi ran the Klub Kafe at Westside Ministries.

Visitation will be held at Allen Mortuary from 4 – 6 p.m.  on Thursday, March 19. Memorial Services will be held at Westside Ministries at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 20.  Interment will follow at Turlock Memorial Park.

1 Comment

  • Mica March 19, 2020 5:26 am

    Your love for me and my family was effortless. I miss your laugh, and I can hear your voice. You welcomed us with opened arms, and you kept so many of my secrets without judgement…you held onto them with so much love and grace.

    Thank you for being YOU, and forgiving easily while teaching us to forgive and love with our whole hearts. You fought so hard. I admired the love that you expressed with your own family.

    You were apart of our family. I’m so blessed by the time you spent loving on Issa, and I truly believe that she decided to come early, so that we could rest up and she could personally have some time with you.

    You loved her very much. Thank you for supporting, praying for and loving me throughput my entire pregnancy even while you were fighting your own battles.

    I’ll miss your hugs, our talks, and most of all, your laugh.


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