Gilbert Acebedo
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October 19, 1925 - January 18, 2021 Gilbert Acebedo was born in Wilmington, Ca. (he called it "God's Country") on October 19, 1925 and passed away at the age of 95 years young on January 18, 2021. Gilbert served in the military during WWII as a Merchant Marine and was a life-long Dodger fan, loved to golf, read and listen to music. He is survived by his sister, Ora Epinosa; his wife, Violet; his daughters, Cindy and Cissy; 5 grand kids and 6 great-grand kids. The family is asking donations be made to the American Merchant Marine Veterans at http://ammv.us/donate-to-ammv


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Published in Palos Verdes Peninsula News on Feb. 12, 2021.
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February 12, 2021
My dear cousins,
So sorry to hear about Cousin Gilbert passing, he is now enjoying his new life with our LORD and the rest of the Acebedo and Monge families.
But yes, we do have the memories of him. His cousin Fred, Lucy and the rest of the family meeting up with Gilbert, Violet, and Ora at the Banning High School football games and sometimes at our favorite pizza place (Dominick’s}, are two of my fond memories and hearing them talking about the old times?
My prayers and thoughts are with you and the LORD gives you strength through this difficult time.

BLESS YOU ALL
Maria Monge Rada & boys
Maria Rada
Family
February 12, 2021
My dearest Violet, Cindy, and Cissy. My heart is heavy with sadness. Gilbert was a wonderful neighbor and kept us in giggles when we were young. He would often visit my parents to make sure they were ok. When I was in school he sometimes would let me stay after school with him and you Violet till mom came home. I often think of your family. May Gilbert be at peace. I have put him in my prayers at the shrine of our Lady.
catherine vega
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