• Miller Memorial Chapel
    Visalia, CA
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July 01, 2013
Just missing you........l love you so much and I miss your beautiful, warm smile and your comforting hugs. Love your granddaughter Antonia.
March 29, 2013
Thank you grandma for all the Kool aid and the love you shared for us grand kids we love and miss you very much we the dorado family love having you as our grandmother
January 11, 2013
Thank you grandma for being you and for the unconditional love you had for all of us. I thank God for blessing us with the greatest person in the world..I miss and love you may you rest in peace sweet lady.
January 11, 2013
Thank you grandma for just being you and for the unconditional love you had for all of us..I thank God for blessing us with the greatest person in the world. may you rest in peace.. I miss and love you..
January 10, 2013
I love you mima. I miss you and will always love you and keep your memory alive by always talking about the kindness you showed every one around you. I remember the times when I was sick and your own home remedies that you cured us with. That always did the trick, I always got better after you took care of me. I can remember the times you spent with me making tortillas. No matter how small and so unround the tortilla turned out you never criticized how it came out. I was so proud to make that tortilla. I love you mima. Love your great grandson.
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