Alice Castro
1933 - 2021
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Alice Castro

June 19, 1933 -

January 5, 2021

Alice Castro passed away at the age of 87. She was a resident of the Victoria Care Center, a skilled nursing facility, for over 5 years. Alice was born in Santa Paula, on June 19, 1933 to Guadalupe and Mary Rodriguez. She attended schools in Santa Paula and graduated from Santa Paula High School in 1952.

Alice was married to Abelino "Abe" Castro, a Navy Veteran, for 49 years. They had no children. Abe passed away in 2005. Alice is survived by, her brothers: Arthur "Archie" (Stella) Rodriguez, Gilbert (Gloria) Rodriguez, and sister Gloria Balderas.

Alice was preceded in death by: her brothers Richard Rodriguez, Danny Rodriguez, and sister Becky Navarro.

Thank you, to the staff of Victoria Care Center for caring for Alice. Thank you, to Angel of God Hospice for watching over Alice while under their care.

Services for Alice, will take place on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, starting with a Viewing from 9:00am- 12:00pm at Funeraria Del Angel Santa Paula, 128 S 8th St, in Santa Paula. A praying of the Rosary will begin at 10:00am. A Holy Mass will take place at 1:00pm at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, 427 N Oak St, in Santa Paula; she will be laid to rest at Pierce Brothers Santa Paula Cemetery, immediately following the Mass.

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Published in Ventura County Star from Jan. 11 to Jan. 20, 2021.
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January 25, 2021
My aunt Alice was always so neat and tidy. Every time I'd go to her house when I were a kid she would always be cleaning.
Alice always made the best fruit salad with coconut and jello. I also loved her potato salad.
She also always had chocolate covered cherries which is why I like them so much now.
I remember my aunt would come shopping with my mom and me to pick 'n'save it was fun! I enjoyed it .. I would always send her birthday, Christmas cards. And get them from her also.
I moved back home in 2018 and
saw my aunt again in a long time . This time with my service dog Ginger whom loved Alice.
The last time we saw her was dec of 2019 (due to this covid).
I still can't believe she's gone.
I'll miss her but not forget her.
I love you Aunt Alice.
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