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Antonio E. Camorlinga unexpectedly passed away the morning of Monday February 27, 2017 at his home in Hawthorne, California. He is survived by his daughter Ivette D. Camorlinga; his aunts Alicia and Antonia and his many cousins. Antonio was an only child, the son of Esteban and Guadalupe Camorlinga. He was born in Michoacan, Mexico and came to the United States as a young boy in 1957. He graduated Belmont High in 1962 and worked his entire adult life first at Tobias Kotzin, and most recently, at Lithographix. In 1988, he married Blanca, with whom he was married to until her death in 2014. Antonio was a kind, patient man, a hard worker, and was known for his childlike sense of humor. He was an amazing father, husband, and friend. He will be greatly missed.

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  1. I will never stop saying how lucky I am to be your daughter. I learned so much from you- I will never forget how you always had my back. I am eternally grateful. I will miss you Pops, but I know you’re now where you’ve been wanting to be for two and a half years- resting eternally with my Mom.

  2. Lamento mucho lo sucedido a Tony querido cuado y amigo esperando que ya te encuentres con la kokito y mi mam siempre estars en nuestros corazones y en nuestras oraciones para que pronto encuentres la luz que te llevar a la santa gloria del Seor todo poderoso que descanses en paz amigo y cuado y cuida de los que te queremos en esta vida. Amen.

  3. Prima, te acompao en tu dolor, sabemos cuanto tu dad te quera y cuidaba. Que los bellos recuerdos de l te den fortaleza y valor. No estas sola, te quiero mucho baby cousin, your parents did an excellent job raising you, I am sure they were both proud of you. I’m sorry about your loss

  4. Ivette, I’m very sorry for your loss. I very happy to have had the chance to spend time with your dad and that he got to meet Sophia. He will always be remembered as “Uncle-grandpa Tony.”

  5. Antonio, Gracias por querer mucho a mi hermana. Que Dios te de gozo en to vida eterna. Te desea tu cuada Bessy e hijo.

  6. Antonio, Gracias por querer mucho a mi hermana. Que Dios te de gozo en tu vida eterna. Te desea tu cuada Bessy e hijo.

  7. Tony, I will miss your friendship. You have helped me in your prime through your illness. A friendship that never faded and loyalty unsurpassed. Thank you for all the good times and laughter we shared. And thank you for remembering on every special occasions year after year. Farewell dear friend.

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