Salvador "Chink" Ralph Aguayo
We are so sorry for your loss. My parents and siblings have often what happened to our good neighbors from dixie Valley. Looks like Sal took good care of you all. I miss the singing that went on in your house. We hope you know he is watching over you and that your memories and the little things he did for you will give you peace. Keep singing its a lost blessing that keeps families together. Tammy (Checketts) Ewell
September 27, 2010
Way back in the 1940s I was a member of Boy Scout Troop 112 in Copperfield and was fortunate to know Chinky and his brothers and sisters for many years. He was a good man. The world would be far better off if there were many more like him. After losing track of him for a long while - especially while he was in California - it was a pleasure to see him again and to talk to him over the phone in the last three or four years. He wrote a couple of stories about experiences with Troop 112 and the old Scout Bus that were fortunately included in my book about Copperfield. From start to finish Chinky was a great friend. His family and brother and sisters have many reasons to be proud of him. I wish you all the best.
Our prayers go out to the Aguayo family. Sal was always a pleasure to talk to. We got to live with Sal and Melinda for a short while and he was warm hearted and such a blessing to get to know. We loved listening to his storys. Sal always made us feel like part of the family. He will be missed. God bless you all.
Sal was such a warm, wonderful and gentle man. Being around him you always felt better, you felt his peace and it easily rubbed off on everyone. Life is such a gift that God has given us, and Sal recognized this and did God's work is such awesome ways. How lucky each and every one of you were to have him in your life as family...you have been truly blessed. My prayers are with you, I am so sorry for your loss.
I PRAY FOR PAPA TO BE IN THE BLOSSOM OF THE LORD.