Miranda Ruth Coronado

October 17, 1969  ~  September 9, 2019

About the Service

Celebration of Life will be held on Monday, September 16, 2019, 4pm at Allen Mortuary. Reception will follow at Hilmar Community Center located at 20079 Falke Street in Hilmar.

Miranda Ruth Coronado, age 49, passed away on September 9, 2019.  Miranda Coronado was born in Antioch, CA and came to Turlock at the age of 14.  Miranda enjoyed trips to the beach, A’s Baseball and snapping photography of beautiful scenery such as sunsets and unique things like railroad crossings. Miranda also loved her family.

Miranda is survived by her loving husband Frank Coronado; children Robert Charles Fleming, April Dawn Harris, and Derek S. Coronado; four grandchildren Tryston L. Harris, Jared R. Harris, Emelia R. Coronado, and Pricilla Esperanza Coronado; two brothers Bill and Denver Millard; and grandmother Angelita Bleau.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Monday, September 16, 2019, 4pm at Allen Mortuary. A reception will follow at Hilmar Community Center located at 20079 Falke Street in Hilmar.

Please share your memories and condolences at www.AllenMortuary.com


Remembrances

  1. Miranda
    I wish I could have got to know you a little better. In the time I did get to know you, you were full of knowlege and always gave me great advice. I could relate with you in so many ways and always felt comfortable to share things with you N I know you could have been a great friend. May u RIP and rejoice in heaven.

  2. Bivio will miss you Miranda As you were a great friend and awesome Truck Driver. You always brought joy and a positive attitude to work. Always looking forward to taking new challenges at work. When you would walked into the office you would bring a go Vibe and smile to everyone’s face. We were able to hear your unique laughter around the corner from the office before you would even walk into the building. When you would come into the office we would all stop what we were doing to listen to the funny experience you had encountered on the Road being a new Truck Driver. Miranda You were always ready to take a new challenge whatever the circumstances were and never complained as a True Truck Driver that you were. Miranda you left us with lots of beautiful and Funny memories you will be missed greatly, FIERRO!.
    Alex Nava

  3. My dear friend, always with a smile always laughter, sense of humor.
    Miranda helped me with my wedding almost 17 years ago, she kept me from going crazy, I cherish those moments of my dear friend. She road with me down south to say goodbye to my brother, and held me as I cried when he passed.
    I love you Miranda, I will never forget your smile or laughter or your warm loving heart. You will be missed
    Thoughts and Prayers to her children Husband and family
    Kathy

  4. Miranda was a great friend. Always one to bring a smile
    wherever she went. I love her laugh and just how contagious it was. Always the life of the party too. I will miss you my friend.
    Rest In Peace friend,
    With love,
    Greg Farnam

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