September 21, 1939 â April 15, 2015
During this time of sorrow, we learn how much our family and friends really mean to us. Thank you so much for your kindness and sympathy at a time when it is deeply appreciated. With much love and gratitude.
The Schrock Family
Jack Wilson, 91, passed into the arms of our Lord on May 17, 2015 with his wife, Katheryn, by his side.
Jack was born on January 7, 1924 to parents, Addison Wheeler Wilson and Christina Louise Barnhart Wilson. He was the oldest of six children. Because his mother passed at an early age, Jack and the other Wilson children were raised by his father and stepmother, Mildred. Jack is survived by Katheryn, his loving wife of 53 years, his children, Ron Wilson of Arizona, Jack Wilson of Arizona, Rex Wilson of Fillmore, Becky Wilson McCarthy of Camarillo, Steve Curnett of Washington and Tom Curnett of Fillmore. His younger sister, Betty Lewis preceded him in death; however, he is also survived by his brothers, Addison âJuniorâ Wilson (Thelma), George Wilson (Jeanne), and sisters, Juliene Wilson Tackett and Helen Wilson Utterback. Jack leaves behind ten grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.
Like so many of the âGreat Generationâ, after graduating from high school in 1942, Jack joined the U.S. Army Air Corps. He received officer cadet training at the University of Tennessee, flight training (for the B-24 Liberator in Tennessee and aerial gunnery school in Florida. Jack was assigned to the 15th Army Air Corps led by General Jimmy Doolittle. Jack was deployed in early December, 1944 by a âliberty shipâ to the Mediterranean Theater of War, landing at Tunisia, North Africa. From there the unit was transported by boxcar to the Pantanella Airbase north of Rome. Jack was assigned to the 781st Bomb Squadron and was attached to the 465th Heavy Bombing Group. During combat, Jackâs duty was as a flight engineer and the ball turret was his combat station. After bombing attacks, Jackâs job also involved photographing the bombing results.
Upon completion of 25 combat sorties, Jack had been decorated with a Battle Ribbon with Silver Star, the Air Medal with Bronze Cluster, air crew wings, and the EAME Campaign Ribbon.
After the war, Jack returned home to Indiana and started civilian life, raising his family and working for International Harvester. In the early 1950âs he sought new opportunities and moved his family to Santa Paula, California where he became a restaurant owner and weekend race car driver. He raced jalopies on dirt tracks with someone many will remember, Rufus P. Parnelli Jones.
Jack and Kay married in 1962 combining their families to include taking all six children on a road trip honeymoon.
Jack worked for over 50 years as a proud union carpenter. Jack served as an officer for the local union hall and worked as building superintendent for such Ventura county landmarks as Santa Paula Hospital, Fillmore Safeway, Rio Mesa High School, and Ventura Bank of America.
In retirement, Jack played golf, gardened and shared his love of carpentry by helping with remodeling/restoration jobs for friends after earthquakes and floods. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and a member of Trinity Episcopal Church in Fillmore. Jack and Kay also enjoyed extensive travel and had the great pleasure to see much of our country and several overseas countries.
Graveside services will be held at the Bardsdale Cemetery on Friday, May 22nd at 1:00p.m.
Services entrusted to Skillin-Carroll Mortuary 600 Central Ave, Fillmore, CA (805) 524-0744.
Jeffrey Lynn Lloyd 50 years old of Santa Paula, CA. Entered into eternal rest on Sunday May 10th, 2015. He was taken and pronounced dead at the Ventura Hospital. He was raised in Fillmore, CA for 20 years, and the remanding years in Santa Paula.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents Ray and Marie Gill, mother Melvin Lloyd, cousin Douglas Gill, friend Richard Martin.
Survived by brother Ray Nel Lloyd, wife Jody, sister Jackie and her husband Darrell Allen, and father Robert Lloyd.
Service will be at Foursquare Church 323 Sespe Street, Fillmore CA on May 23rd, 2015 at 2:00pm.
Please send donations Santa Barbara Rescue Mission.
Kenneth (Pop) Roddie Holladay, 70, born November 3, 1944 in Summerville, South Carolina. Grew up in Six Mile, SC. and lived in Fillmore, California for 43 years. He went home to Jesus, May 11th, 2015 at the Vista Cove in Santa Paula after a battle with a long illness and strokes.
Ken is survived by his wife Marion of 46 years and children, Peter (Tracy) Holladay, Spring (Brian) Kraft, Hope (Viktor) Lillvik, Lacey (Rob) Myers, Faith (Wayne) Walters and Levi (Abbey) Holladay and 19 grandchildren and his sister Carolyn Crowe. He is preceded in death by his parents Roddie and Evelyn and his two children April and Luke.
Kenneth met Marion Hardison while he served in the Navy Seabees. They were married after he served in Vietnam in 1969. They were blessed with 8 children. He was a welder by trade. Entered into a farming business in 1972. Heâs a member of the Gideonâs. Long time member of the Fillmore Bible Church. IN 2002 he was called to Skid Row to spread the gospel. He became a pastor and he and his wife started the One At a Time church in LA to bring the good News of Jesus to the people there. Pop was all about bringing Glory to God and getting the word out to people. He had a heart for the lost and would want each and everyone reading this to KNOW the Lord!
Letâs celebrate his life! Memorial Service will be held at the Faith Community Church (Central campus) 461 Central Avenue at 1:30PM on Wednesday May 20th. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Marion Holladay for the Ken Holladay Memorial fund to help cover funeral expenses. Bank of the Sierra, 527 Sespe Avenue, Fillmore, Ca. 93015 Account 93880
Frankie Lee Hibbard, 88, died peacefully in her sleep, at home, on Thursday, April 30, 2015, in Cleveland, TN, after a brave three year battle with cancer.
Frankie is survived by her loving husband of 72 years, Loy Hibbard; her son Jimmie (Gigi) Hibbard; Jimâs son Jeff (Rosary) Hibbard, and Jeffâs mother Cheryl Nichols, all of Cleveland; son Ricky (Debbie) Hibbard, and their children, Stacy (Heidi) Hibbard and Stephanie (Berkeley) Dains; daughter Terrie (Michael) Metzler; Terrieâs children April (Sean) Hastings and Justin Tipps, all of Ventura County, CA; daughter Lynn (Daniel) Hernandez, and their children Joey and Alyah, of Cleveland, TN; Lynnâs children, Air Force First Lieutenant Ashley (Chad) Van Winkle, Oklahoma City, OK and Melissa (David) Wilhelm of Lake Tahoe, CA; Frankieâs brother Jack (Faye) Dixon of Flagstaff, AZ; and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
She is preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Mabel (Owen) Dixon; son Gary Hibbard; sisters Polly Ogden, Louise Harper and Marie Allen; and brother Odell Dixon.
Frankie was born on November 29, 1926 in Hastings, Oklahoma. She was a long time resident of Fillmore, CA, where she raised her family and was loved by all who knew her. She was the pillar of strength for her entire family, and we will miss her wonderful smile, her infectious laughter, and nurturing spirit. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Cleveland, TN. She belonged to the Oriental Shrine Club of Ventura County, CA. She enjoyed camping with the âRig-Runnersâ of Ventura County, CA; crocheting; bowling; and making crafts of all kinds for her family members.
Interment will be at Chattanooga National Cemetery, at a date to be determined. The family would like to thank Dr. Krueger and her staff; Dr. Virostek and her staff; Dr. Waycaster and her staff; Dr. Campbell and his staff; and Dr. Bacha and his staff, for the kind and compassionate care they provided over the years of her residence in Cleveland, TN.
Vera was born to Bonifacia Torres Villa and Primitivo Villa on December 17, 1922. She was the 10th of 11 children. All of her family were seasonal pickers, going up north every year to pick grape and other fruits in season. She attended the schools in San Fernando. She met her future husband Dick Tovar when they were picking grapes. She was 16 and they were married one week after she turned 17.
They moved to Fillmore when their first daughter was born. She and her children would go to Moorpark to pick apricots and walnuts. Her husband Dick, became a field foreman for Sunkist. They lived on âCâ street for 14 years. At that time there were about 30 homes for citrus workers. Everyone there knew her well because of her kindness to many. She took many to Drs. Appointments and shopping to Ventura, Oxnard, and even Los Angeles. She was a seamstress for many years and never used a pattern. She made clothes for many and even some wedding dresses and veils, and she would sew bead and pearls by hand. Being one of the first ones to buy a TV in Fillmore, their home was packed every night by all the neighbors, even her husbandâs boss. After 14 years they bought the old chicken restaurant called âThe Grape Arbor.â She made it into a home. Often people would walk in thinking it was still a restaurant.
She was a great friend. She took children to school daily for years. Bought school clothes for many children.
She was a great cook, and will always be remembered for her tamale pie, apple and pumpkin pies, and turkey dinners and many other specialties.
An unbelievable gardener. Throughout the years people would come by and take pictures of her yard. She raised many fruit trees and many kinds of flowers. Roses were her favorites.
When her children were small, Hobos would come to the house asking for food. She always prepared them a full meal.
The greatest thing about Vera was her great love and faith for Jehovah God, and his son Jesus. She was a true Christian in every sense. She loved and cared for others in Godâs caring way. She never complained about her life and was always grateful for what she had. For many years she and her husband would go to Mexico often, taking many gifts and clothes for many relatives and others on the ranches. Most important she took many Bibles to the many people who wanted to learn about God. At 2 of 3 Oâclock in the morning, with kerosene lamps on, she would read the Bible to those who wanted to listen and learn about God. She was 92 years old when she died, but it was still too soon for all those who loved her so much. She was the dearest of mothers, grandmother, great, great, great grandmother and aunt and cousin to so many. She treasured God before anyone, and then she loved everyone else. She had great love for all of her loved ones. She may have been small but when she spoke she was heard.
She was married to Dick Tovar for 35 years until his death in 1974. She later married Salvador Perez for 20 years until his death in 2006, They were married for 20 years. She is survived by her daughter Helen Tovar Lopez. Her daughter Rosalie Arias and her husband Jesus. Her son Ruben Tovar and his wife Dolores. Son Phillip Tovar and his wife Sally. Son David Tovar.
Services will be at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovahâs Witnesses at 818 Fifth Street on Saturaday, May 2, 2015 in Fillmore, At 2:00 Oâclock.
Ismael O. Martinez, 64 of Fillmore, Ca. passed away Sunday April 19,2015. Ismael was born December 14, 1950 in Jalisco, Mexico by the age of 16 his father brought him to America.
Ismael worked at P.P.G. also as a machinist for ABEX Aerospace division. His true calling was to transport children to and from school safely. He was a school bus drvier/grounds keeper for Fillmore Unified and up till the time of his death currently working for Briggs School District, He loved driving his school bus.
Ismael enjoyed trips to Las Vegas with family and friends, Visiting his family in San Bernadino. And also enjoyed going fishing trips. He loved to end his day with prayer and a cold one.
Ismael was a beloved son , father ,uncle ,grandfather, and friend.
Ismael was proceded in death by his father Elias Ortiz Martinez. He is survived by his loving Mother Amalia Martinez Children Ricardo Martinez (andrea) Veronica Martinez, Pablo Martinez Grandchildren Maritza, Ava, Jordan Martinez 6 Brothers and 6 Sisters and Godchildren He is also Survived by his long time companion Michelle Medina and her son Gilbert Medina.
For map and directions to ceremony locations and to sign the family's online guestbook, share memories and post pictures please visit our website: www.santapaulafuneralhome.com
Funeral Arrangements are under the direction of the Family Owned & Operated Robert Rey Garcia Jr. Funeral Services, Santa Paula. 805.229.7054.
Maria Amelia Espinoza, better known as Molly, 67, of Fillmore, CA, formerly of Piru, CA, passed away peacefully on Sunday, April 19, 2015 in her home surrounded by her family.
Molly was born on February 22, 1948 in Los Angeles, CA at White Memorial Hospital, daughter of the late Maximo Gonzalez and Victoria Ramirez Gonzalez.
Survivors include two daughters; Daria Espinoza and Jazmin Rodriguez; son-in-laws, Ronnie Simon and Gerardo Rodriguez; seven grandchildren, Dezarae Rubio, David Rubio, Enrique Rubio, Adrian Rubio, Ezra Simon, Lexus Rodriguez and Hazel Rodriguez; two step-grandchildren Nicolas Rodriguez and Gerardo Rodriguez Jr.; five sisters, Maria Lucy Godinez, Marie Carolyn Jimenez, Maria Abelina Gonzalez, Mary Maximina Gonzalez, and Victoria Gonzalez, and one brother, Francisco Gonzalez.
A Rosary was said on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 9:00a.m. at San Salvador Mission in Piru, CA with a Mass that followed. She was buried at Piru Cemetery.
For map and directions to ceremony location, and to sign the familyâs on line guest book, share stories, post pictures please visit www.garciamortuaryoxnard.com and click on Mariaâs name located below "Obituaries".
Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the family owned and operated Garcia Mortuary 629 South âAâ Street. Oxnard, California. For further information please call (805) 486-9148.
Jeffrey âJKâ King, 58,(FHS class of 1974) of Atascadero passed away April 12, 2015. He was born to Stan and Lucy (Lehrke) King in Los Angeles, California.
He was baptized and confirmed at Ascension Lutheran Church in Torrance. He loved to play basketball and to fish.
Jeff is survived by his sister Julie (Raul) Tarango; nephews Marc (Heather) Tarango and Brian (Sarah) Tarango; nieces Michelle, Paige and Chloe Tarango; aunts Evelyn Witz, Elaine Anderson and Marlisse Klimas; uncle Hartley Ellingson; and many cousins. He will also be missed by his many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents.
A memorial service will be held May 2, 2015 in Ventura, California at 1298 Marthaâs Vineyard Court at 1:00 p.m. Parking space is limited. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Hospice of San Luis Obispo, 1304 Pacific Street, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 or the Lutheran Womenâs Missionary League in care of Zion Lutheran Church, 1010 Foothill Boulevard, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401. If you have any questions call (805) 801-0024.
Steven took his first breath in Ojai Community Hospital on the early morning of September 16, 1975. He had a happy childhood growing up on Village Square in Fillmore, CA attending all their schools and also Ventura College. He moved to the loving UCP home August 20, 2003 in Thousand Oaks, CA and took his last breath in Los Robles Hospital the evening of March 11, 2015.
We are so happy that Steven had such a positive influence on so many. We are thankful that he shared his life, his love and smile with us. We love and miss you Steven.
In honor of Steven's memory, contributions may be sent to United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles, 6430 Independence Ave., Woodland Hills, CA 91367-2607
Scott Harold Hobson passed away of heart failure on Friday, March 13, 2015. He was born in Santa Paula and raised in Fillmore where he attended school. Scott was the fourth and youngest child born to Kathleen C. Hobson and the late Harold O. Hobson of Santa Paula.
For several years, Scott owned his own tree service with a partner and worked for the Rivcom Ranch and Hobson Ranch. He loved the land and working in the open air with his dogs.
Scott also loved music, providing is nephew with the tools and encouragements to form his own band, which culminated in gigs at House of Blues and Whiskey a Go Go.
He had a keen mind and will be remembered by his friends and family for his beautiful smile, senses of humor and heart of gold.
Scott is survived by his mother; brothers, Chris and Jeff; his sister, Linda Hodgson; and a niece and two nephews.
A private family service will be held at a later date.
In honor of Scottâs memory, contributions may be sent to the Brain Injury Center, PO Box 1477, Camarillo, CA 93011, Nami of Ventura, PO Box 25510, Ventura, CA 93002-5510 or your favorite charity.
Luz V. Quezada, of Fillmore, passed away peacefully sleeping in her home on Friday, April 10 at the age of 97, surrounded by her loving family.
âDoĂ±a Luzâ as she was affectionately called by those who knew her, was born on February 21st, 1918 in Jalisco, Mexico. She was one of five brothers and sisters.
Luz learned to work at a very young age and often took care of her siblings. She married Luis Quezada in 1940. She became a mother with the birth of her son, Felipe, in Guadalajara. After several years, they moved from Guadalajara to MacAllen, TX, and from there they came to reside in Fillmore, where her youngest daughter, Lucy was born.
Luz had little formal education, but despite this, she worked for many years at the Saticoy Lemon Association. In 1970 her sister, Clara came to live with them. They were best friends. Luz devoted herself entirely to her family. She enjoyed music, cooking, gardening, and spending time with her family over chats and any ordinary occasion. She loved telling stories, and listening to friends and family tell anecdotes over a home-cooked meal.
Luz was a strong, quiet, gentle woman who loved her family very much. She was a woman of great faith and a parishioner of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church. Our Abuelita led the family through example. She was loving, generous, and willing to help anyone in need. She and her husband Luis, were godparents to many children who are now grown adults in Fillmore. She taught us all of the value of strength, of patience, of endurance, and of great faith. Though gone from our sight, she will be remembered in all of our hearts and greatly missed.
She was preceded by her husband, Luis B. Quezada, and her son, Felipe L. Quezada. Luz is survived by her beloved daughter, Lucy, and her son-in-law, Ricardo Romero, and her daughter-in-law, Rosa Maria Quezada. She leaves behind six grandchildren: Rosie, Becky, Veronica, Richie, Andrea, David, , and three great-grandchildren, Isabella, Jacoby and Easton.
The family wishes to extend a special thanks to Assisted Home Hospice and to Josie Plasencia, RN. In particular, we wish to thank Rosa Rodriguez and Maria Hernandez for the tremendous kindness and care they bestowed on our beloved mother, abuelita, and great-grandmother in her twilight years. They provided a beautiful example of love and devotion that we will always remember and treasure.
A viewing is scheduled for Thursday evening, April 23rd, at 5:00 p.m. with a rosary to follow at 7:00 p.m. at Skillin-Carroll Mortuary in Fillmore.
The Funeral Mass for Luz V. Quezada will be held at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Fillmore on Friday, April 24th at 1:00 p.m. The internment will follow at Bardsdale Cemetery.
Michele Kay Cochran passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on March 29, 2015 in Santa Paula, California after a brief illness.
She was born on May 14, 1954 in Denver, Colorado. Long time residence of Ventura County for 35 years. Retired from Customer Relations of 30+years. She loved crafting, gardening, fishing, camping, taking rides up to the lake, scouting for deer, and loving her family.
Michele is survived by her husband Darrell Cochran; Daughters; Kelly Head, Kristina Sullivan, Shawnee Cheney, Stepsons; Shane Cochran, Joe Cochran, Sister; Vicki Infantino, 7 grandchildren, 1 great grand- daughter with a great grandson on the way, 4 nieces and 4 nephews.
Funeral Service, please contact the family for more information.
Emilia Mariscal Cardenas left this world peacefully on March 25th, 2015. She was born November 9th, 1935 in Jalisco Guadalajara, Mexico to Don Julian and Victoria Mariscal. She was 1 of 12 children, many of whom she helped raise. In her teen years she enjoyed going to dances with her friends, and enjoying the beautiful music at LA Plaza Tapatia. She also was a master seamstress. In her early 20's she met and married Daniel Cardenas, they later had 3 boys. They came to Fillmore, CA in "1961". Emilia was a homemaker, she enjoyed cooking, gardening, and crocheting and visiting her beast friends: Josefina, Chayo and Eva. Emilia enjoyed taking long walks and was a devoted Catholic. She maintained a loving household, and when she had grandkids they were her pride and joy. Everyone was fed, loved and happy. Emilia led a full and happy life and enjoyed it right until the end. She was a very strong and spiritual woman and her faith in The Lord never waivered. She will be remembered by all that knew her as a kind, loving, strong and generous woman. She is survived by her husband and sons Ramon, Angel, Joel (Julie). Her grandchildren Maria, Ray, Daniel, Gabriel, Abraham, Citlali, Sofia, Jake and her great grandchildren Starr and Lucia. She will be deeply missed! Services will be held at Saint Francis of Assisi Church Fillmore, Ca on Wednesday April 8th, 2015. Rosary 9:30am, Mass 10am enterment following at Bardsdale cemetery.
Beverly Ann Barrow, of Fillmore passed away March 11, 2015, she was a 79 year resident of Ventura County. Beverly was born in Fillmore, California on April 08, 1935.
Beverly being a homemaker enjoyed and loved her family, the Lakers and Dodgers; her interest was reading and crossword puzzles.
Beverly is preceded in death by daughter Diane Tello; grand-daughters Katie and Andrea Tello; brothers Richard, Robert and Roger Pyle, mother Freda Pyle, father Hess Pyle.
Beverly is survived by husband Max Barrow, son Keith Barrow of Fillmore, CA., Daughter Melinda Barrow and Andy of Fresno, CA., grand-children Molly Neely and Nicole Zarate of Fresno, CA., Sarah Wells of Healdton, OK, Aaron Tello of Ojai, CA., great-grand son Joshua Wells of Fresno, CA.
Melanie Lynn Wileman passed away peacefully, surrounded by family on February 22, 2015 after a brief illness.
She was born November 2nd, 1970 in Fort Rucker, Alabama to Ross and Cindy Wileman. She was Ross and Cindyâs second child. Her siblings include Lori Wileman Bennett and Ryan Wileman. Melanie was raised in Fillmore, California. She graduated from Fillmore High in 1988. She worked for Henry Mayo Hospital and the United Postal Service.
Melanie was a beautiful person, on the outside, but more importantly she was beautiful on the inside. She had an uncanny ability to love, unconditionally, anyone with whom she came in contact. Her huge smile could light up a room and her laughter was infectious. She enjoyed bringing joy to others. She loved music and singing. There was nothing Melanie loved more than spending time with her family. Her children were the light of her life. They referred to her as their best friend. Anyone who knew Melanie saw that at her core was love. She had deep compassion and empathy for others. That type of acceptance and love is rare. It made it so easy to love her, yet so hard to lose her. She will be greatly missed by all.
Melanie is survived by her six children, Frankie Lozano (Cheyenne), Keanna Lozano, Carmen Pineda, Cody Pineda, Mathew Pineda and Kailyn Pineda; one grandchild Riley Lozano; parents Ross (Susan Leon) and Cindy Wileman (Jess Leon); maternal grandparents, Bill and Pat Stocker; siblings, Lori Bennett (Don), Ryan Wileman (Marko), Kendall Wileman and Dennis âBoâ Wileman; nephew, Tim Bennett; nieces, Alyssa Bennett and Brianna Wileman as well as numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents Don and Jesse Wileman.
Graveside services will be at Bardsdale Cemetery on Thursday, March 5th at 11:00 a.m.
Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier. Be the living expression of Godâs kindness: kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile â Mother Teresa
Melanie did just that.
Ernest L. Holmes, 53, passed away February 14, 2015 in Ft. Mohave, Arizona surrounded by family members. Ernie was born December 19, 1961 in Santa Paula, California, the youngest of 4 siblings. Ernie is survived by his wife Dorothy Latham-Holmes who he married April 28, 1997. He is also survived by his stepson, Jeremiah A. Hirzel, step daughters Billie J. Hirzel, Tanya Olertegui and husband James, Grandchildren Ariana and Isaac and Cody, his mother Patty S. Cartwell, brother Bradley Holmes and wife Darlene, sister Brenda Moore numerous aunts, uncles, nephews and nieces. He is preceded in death by his father Curtis B. Holmes, his step father, who raised him most of his childhood, Kenneth Cartwell his sister Shelley Eyler and her husband Jeff and his brother in law Tim. Ernie graduated from Fillmore High School in 1980, working from a young age Ernie was a hard worker all his life. Ernie is loved and remembered for his loving and giving nature his sense of humor his deep hearty laugh and love for the outdoors and sports of which he excelled in. He was active at many things and spent his free time playing softball, hiking, camping, boating, riding bikes, golfing, bowling, dancing and billiards. Full of fun and over flowing with love Ernie volunteered at his churchâs yearly Fourth of July fireworks booth in Fillmore. He was always there helping family when they asked for a helping hand. The strong arm and back with a smile that never faded in labor. Visitation will be held on Thursday Feb. 26 from 12-7pm at Skillin-Carroll Mortuary. Graveside will take place Friday Feb. 27 at 1pm at Bardsdale Cemetery.
Adon "Chepe" M. Chavez of 85 passed away on February 12, 2015. He was born in Morelia MichoacĂĄn on July 26, 1930. He was a long time resident of Fillmore for 66. He was a hardworking, very responsible, a man of all trades. Chepe is preceded in death by Father; Magdaleno Chavez, Mother; Maria Medina, Brothers; Amador, Guadalupe and Demetrio Chavez and Son Adrian "Little Man".
He is survived by Wife; Dolores "Lola" Chavez, Brother Baltazar Chavez Sons; Andy, Michael; Yvonne, And Anthony: Carla.
Grandkids Little Michael;Jesica, Andrew Rachel;Jorge, Sana;James, Doggie, Angela;Art, Adrian, Cici, Ilenne, Josie, Anthony and Delilah. 4 Great-grandkids and numerous Nieces, Nephews Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.
Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 19th at Skillin Carroll Mortuary from 4-8pm. Rosary will be on Friday, February 20th at 9:30am at St. Frances of Assisi, Mass to follow Rosary. Burial will be at Bardsdale Cemtery. A big Thank You to all the nurses who took care of my husband Adon. Thank You Andrea, Chela, Eva, Coleen, Dr. Phillip and all the staff at Santa Paula Hospital.
Ramona Hernandez, 73, passed away on January 31, she died peacefully sounded by her loving family. Ramona was a retired CNA, she died after a long battle of kidney and heart disease. she grew up in Fillmore (canpana) she Loved garage sales, gardening and spending time with her family, especially on Wednesdays her sisters would meet at her parents house for breakfast, when they passed they kept the same schedule every Wednesday spending quality time together.
(golden girl days) She was preceded in death by her parents Manuel and Micael Flores she is survived by her sisters and brothers.
Julia Ramirez Jenny Avila Rita Avila Mary Montelongo, Irene Barreras Manuel Hernandez, Joe Flores; her Children Miky Rabago, Amanda, Phillip, Ben, and Ernie, Pacheco 16 grandchildren; and 13 great-grand children. And numerous nieces and nephews No services, please join us for a potluck reception, a memorial of life on Sunday, February 22, 1 o'clock at the Memorial building in Fillmore.
Born July 6th 1956 in San Fernando; passed away February 9th, 2015 at the age of 58. Russell was a master mechanic employed by LAUSD in Van Nuys. Russell spent much of his life building race cars for himself and others. He is survived by his loving family: mother Lorraine Echevarria Riperto; father John Garcia, son John A. Garcia; brother Steven Garcia, sister Deborah L. Aguilar nieces Valerie Rodriguez and Jillessa Aguilar; nephews Bobby and Gabriel Aguilar. We love you and miss you Rusty.
Viewing will be Friday February 20th from 5:00 to 9:00. Mass will begin at 9:00 a.m. February 21st. Both viewing and mass will take place at Mission Cemetery.