Home
Resources
More Obituaries for Herlinda Serrano
Looking for an obituary for a different person with this name?

Herlinda Serrano

Obituary Condolences

Herlinda Serrano Obituary
HERLINDA SERRANO Our loving mother, Herlinda Labra Serrano was born in a palace in Zacatecas, Mexico on 9/23/1913, she was 94 years old. She mentored and shaped our lives with love and understanding and guided us successfully. She raised 4 children, Samuel C. Serrano, her oldest son of Cerritos, CA; daughter Becky Serrano Sutton and son-in-law Eddie Sutton of Torrance, CA; son Gilbert T. Serrano of Sun City, CA and daughter Yvette Serrano Owen and son-in-law Lynn Owen of Boise, Idaho; seven grandchildren, Steve Serrano, David Serrano, Karen Serrano Lord, Diane Sutton Garriott, Todd Sutton, Michael Gerber and Jennifer Gerber; four great grandchildren Kyle Serrano, Parker Serrano, Logan Serrano and Lily Gerber. A devote Seventh Day Adventist she contributed her life as a teacher as an instructor to the young children, teaching them their weekly bible stories and lessons. She contributed her time to helping others and very active in all aspects of the church. God welcomed home one of his Angels on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 11:55A.M. She will join her loving husband Remigio Medina Serrano. They were married about 65 years and she will rejoin him and be laid to rest together at Fort Rosecrans Veteran's Cemetery in San Diego, CA. One of her favorite charities was contributing to cerebral palsy. She wanted others to enjoy and have quality of life. In life, she worked during World War II making and workng on the airplanes that were instrumental in winning the war. She worked at Mission Pak creating wonderful gift baskets that would bring joy into the receivers life, with an artist's touch. Prior to retirement she worked as an Electronic Technician with Pace CB Radios. Our mother was the matriarch of our family. She was strong, steadfast, and filled our lives with wisdom. She was the person who we all depended on for advice. We will miss her and think about her everyday, and pray that her new home in heaven will be filled with peace and love until we meet her again someday. Your love will last us all a lifetime, since you were absolutely the best Mother, Nana and Grandmother.
Published in Press-Enterprise on Mar. 24, 2013
Read More