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Lucille E. "Lu" Blasquez Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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July 17, 2018

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September 4, 2017
My memories of Aunt Lu are mostly when we were children. I remember always being so happy to see her and Uncle Sandy! For years I have carried a fondness in my heart for Aunt Lu which is everlasting! I vividly remember the effortless exuberance, love & joy that flowed from her to others and that smile...THAT BEAUTIFUL SMILE! I always felt safe with Aunt Lu. She was good & kind and kind to our parents & family for which I am eternally grateful. My memories of her are mostly from childhood and make my heart still sing! Heart felt condolences to Uncle Sandy, Cousin Carol, Cousin David and Cousin Gordon and family and friends Bless her heart ❤!
August 29, 2017
My deepest regrets to David, Gordon and Carol, as well as Lu's grandchildren. I remember as a child, and continually through my life, Lu's beautiful smile and happy greetings every Christmas morning as she and Sandy would always come to our home on Cambridge Ave. to spend time with us and to share Christmas joy, without fail, every year. I have always considered Sandy as my father's closest brother, and hope the grief of losing such a blessing as Lu was in his life does not break his incredible spirit and joy that he shared with us all. I wish I could place a kiss on Uncle Sandy' cheek from "Little Gus", his loving brother's son. That was my first nickname that I recieved in life, and it was Santos that christened me with it.
My love to all...
Michael "Little Gus" Blasquez