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Soledad Mexia (Associated Press/U-T San Diego, Nelvin C. Cepeda)
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September 2, 2013
My grandmother was an amazing woman. She loved life and taught her grandchildren the value of life and love. She had a great sense of humor and believed in old fashion values. She will be missed by all who knew her. Two children's treats were "Wilitos (Crapes garnished with Sugar and Cinnamon) / Tortillitas Con Huevo (Scrambled eggs, fresh salsa, and monterey cheese garnished with sour cream) comfort food. But because she loved coffee, there was something special about sitting at the end of the evening listening to her reminisce her life and have her listen to your days with her classic advise which was always so appropriate. She will be missed and she was definitely loved. Nana Chole got to spend time and lived with all her children from time to time. Her memories will live on in generations to come as my mother taught me her values as I taught my son, Martin. I am attaching two special photos. My grandmother and my mother who now both are in heaven with Our Lord and a family tree about her children. Love you always Nana Chole Love your first daughter's Daughter Xochitl Zumaya-Cruz
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