From the first moment I met Nana she took me in and made me one of her own..I'll miss our talks on the phone, her laughter, and how she could always make you feel like you were special. Thank you Nana for loving my husband.. your grandson, your Rusty, so much and helping to raise him to be such a good man. I will miss your advice, your joking personality and most of all your smile! God Bless you Nana, for being such a guiding presence in all our lives...We love you and will miss you dearly.
She has always been 'Mom' to me....it has been that way for 45 years.. She was a woman who saw the goodness in everyone...She was my daughters Nana...She loved her like no other. We would sit and laugh about things that her and my own Mom would do.. She had so many stories and so much history.. On Kimberly's birthday we would always talk about her birth, o what a birth it was. We would always end up laughing... I will miss this wonderful, loving woman, she has always been such a part of my life....
When I think about the old neighbor hood and San Miguel Rd. My memories quickly go to the Aceves's house. I remember it being a very happy home. My condolences to Bob and all the family.
I know Mrs. Aceves as Kimberly's Nana. It was always an honor to spend time with her. I appreciate reading that she was daily reminding herself and grandpa what a good life they had, because I feel that's one of the biggest lessons I learned through my times with her: how to appreciate, nurture and care for the life and the loved ones we are blessed with. Thank you, Nana, for your generous, loving and wise presence. My deepest condolences to the Aceves family on the physical loss of your matriarch. May Nana's eternal spirit provide you comfort and guidance as you journey through your grief. You are all in my heart and prayers.
Mrs. Aceves (whom I always called Tillie) was one of the faithful who truly believed. I had the privilege to meet her at an early age (9 years old). I always enjoyed going to the home of the Aceves family. There was laughter, food, good times and especially good memories. My condolences and prayers to your most beautiful family. Kristine Wright, Fallbrook, CA
I loved Tillie, she was a special, loving, caring,and funny and the best mother in law and friend anyone could ask for. She will be missed. I feel blessed, honered and privledged to have been a part of her like. She will truly be missed.. Love you Tillie.