Lauro Recendez (October 1956 - January 2024)

Lauro Recendez (October 1956 - January 2024)

Penned in Fillmore High’s 1976 “Copa De Oro”, yearbook - a young Lauro Recendez signed off to his graduating peers and fellow underclassmen as follows: “I Lauro Recendez, am glad to leave Fillmore High School and leave the rest of you to suffer.”
On Jan 31, 2024, at 5:10 AM, in the home he built, on the street he lived on for 60 years (Lemon Way), in his favorite place - the garage (now converted into a bedroom), a 67-year-lived Lauro Recendez, surrounded by the love of his family, peacefully signed off and was born to God, beginning his spiritual life and, well, “leaving the rest of us to suffer.”

Lauro was a son to Andres and Josefina, a brother to Esther and Rodolfo, a husband to Maria Del Carmen, a son-in-law to Maria and Antonio, a father to Antonio Andres and Juan Marcos, an uncle to Adriana, Jose, and Javier, a great uncle to Isaac and David, a father-in-law to Lorena and Tanya, a grandfather to Jared, Andrea, Tatiana, and Baby Elora (on the way), and a friend and brother to many (you know who you are).

Lauro was a dreamer, a son, a brother, a husband, an uncle, a father, a grandfather, a friend to many, a field worker, a seed of Lemon Way, a mechanic, a musician, an Extraño, an architect, a builder, a doer of everything - a dreamer until his very last day. He was, he is, and he will always be, everything.

Lauro’s Rosary and Viewing will be on 02/15 from 4 PM-630 PM at St. Francis of Assisi. His funeral services will on 02/16 begin at 10 AM at St. Francis of Assisi, followed by his 11 AM burial at the Bardsdale Cemetery.
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