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Amparo P. Lopez May 29, 1930 - October 3, 2019

May 1930 – October 2019

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  1. Gloria Powell Horman says

    I never knew what a fried bologna sandwich was until I came to eat at your house with my best friend Rosemarie. Then there was always fresh tortillas with butter or refried beans. I’m sorry that you had such an awful disease that took so long and took a toll on your loved ones. I know that you were a spiritual person and know the scripture at Rev. 21:3,4 that states soon death will be no more, nor mourning nor outcry nor pain because these will be things of the past because soon the Paradise promised by our Creator will be here.

  2. Suzie Acosta-Rhodes - Niece says

    Aunt Pearl, I have so many fond memories of you; gathering at Grandma’s house for Holidays, especially Christmas Eve making tamales with all the Aunts. I remember when I was about 10 years old you and Aunt Virginia paid my sister Gloria and I 25 cents to sing Volver Volver, in front of all the Aunts and cousins at Christmas Eve. That song will always remind me of you. Thank you for all the great memories and for being you. 🙂

  3. Samuel Galvan says

    To my Mother-in-law, thank you for being there for my Wife and Son’s when were so far away from home thank you for bring your love and warmth to our lives we will miss you and never forget you Rest In Peace

  4. Patricia Lopez Alejandro - Daughter says

    Mom it has been a long struggle with Alzheimer’s and each visit proved to be heartbreaking 14 years of this illness took its toll on you and us. As Revelation 21:4 says “And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.

  5. Lisa Gomez,Amaral says

    Aunt Pearl
    I remember when my brothers and I spent the night at your home, cause my parents and you and uncle Frank went out dancing. woke up smelling fresh home made tortillas and bacon, and I think 8 cousins at the time came running to the table. it was defend for yourself.
    a fun memory.
    You will always be in my heart. Rest in Peace Aunt Pearl


  6. Gloria Lopez - Daughter says

    Mom you had a tough time these past years. Each visit broke my heart as I saw your decline. On my last visit Alex and Ray were with me, we were able to say good-bye together. We knew than that you would be leaving us soon. I love you Mom and will miss you always. Thank you for loving us.


  7. Laura Galvan Daughter says

    I’ll miss you Mom and my children were lucky to have a beautiful Grandmother that took time to be with them and love them both . Rest In Peace Mom

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