Elena-Bautista-Obituary

Elena Adsuara Bautista

Vallejo, California

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Elena Adsuara Bautista, 101, passed away on Saturday, January 24, 2009, in Vallejo, CA.

She was born April 19, 1907, to Macario Adsuara and Francisca Pascua. Born in Moncada, Tarlac, Philippines, she came to the United States in 1972 and settled in San Francisco and later in Vallejo, CA. She...

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4 February 2009

My dear cousins & in-laws, and nephews & nieces ( all surviving kin of my beloved Auntie Ellen) . . .

I was just forwarded the message of Auntie Ellen's passing away. I am sure without a doubt where my dear Auntie is headed for, because she was such a godly woman. She epitomizes to me the virtuous woman of Proverbs 31.

I will always treasure the precious memories I have of her from my childhood to adulthood, because she had touched...

To: The Bautista Family

From: Babylyn Trinidad and Children
1) William Joseph T. Yap
Dr. Christine A. Yap - Wife
Jastine Beatrice A. Yap - Daughter 9 yrs. old
Akiya Bianca A. Yap - Daughter 4 yrs. old
2) Michael Anthony T. Yap
3) Patrick Raymund T. Yap
Maria Corazon "Chie" C. Yap - Wife
Ysabel Dominique C. Yap - Daughter 8 yrs. old
4) Greene Ann T. Yap

Auntie Ellen is now re united with Uncle...

Lola Elena on her 101st birthday, with the Bautista family, April 19, 2008

Dearest Lola,
Many Thanks for the caring moments and cherished memories. I have always responded to you only when calling me into the home. You will be missed for your kindness, generosity and caring nature. My prayers to Ken, Miraflor, Nadine, and the rest of your family. God speed. Arrivederci principessa !! Luigi

To my cousins and relatives,
I want you to know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of your bereavement. Most of us went to church today to remember Auntie Elen and thank God for her wonderful life.
We will miss Auntie Elen I know she is now with God.
Love always,
Sylvia and family

It hurts to hear of the demise of a very dear sister who left us all with fond memories of her beautiful life, full of generosity, love and caring for her family and others and above all, her belief and service to God in all the churches she attended.
This is from your sister who loves you and will miss you always.
Isabel Sto. Domingo

To the family of Elena
Our Deepest Sympathy to all of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Alfred and Hattie Adsuara
Nora Adsuara Rodrigues

It is so hard to think about future family milestones and events without you, Lola. You have been our rock and our guide. We will carry all that you have taught us in our hearts. Loyalty, love and respect for family. It was a great blessing for me to have spent time with you here in Vallejo for the past four years. I will miss you very much. With love from your grand daughter ..

We Love you Lola, and will miss you very much. from Ricky and Marigold Mazo and Marcus Rohan Mazo an Malakai Rylan Mazo