Charlene Morales September 26, 1934 - June 17, 2003 Charlene Morales was born on September 26, 1934 in Santa Clara, California, and was a long time resident of Inglewood, California. She was preceded in death by her husband, Adolfo Duran Morales, and is survived by her five children, their families, and a loving extension of family and friends. Charlene was a member of the South Bay 500 Club and enjoyed bowling with her friends at Palos Verdes Bowl In Torrance three times a week for the past several years. Her bowling gave her pleasure both through the friendships she made and the travel opportunities that arose. She may best be remembered by the unconditional love that she afforded to those around her. She passed away suddenly on June 17, 2003, in Torrance, California and will be missed by all. Son. James Morales, Jesse Morales, Chelsea Morales, Joshua Morales Son, Michael (Royce) Morales, Brandon Zimon Daughter, Maria Morales, Sandra Lucero Daughter, Susanna (Duane) Gansen, Catherine House, Nicholas Gansen, Claire Gansen, Andrew Gansen Daughter, Patricia Morales, Angela Morales Niece, Alice ''Eppi'' Trujillo and family Niece, Irene Trujillo and family Niece, Mary Trujillo-Berta and family Nephew. Adolfo ''Fito'' Trujillo and family Nephew, Frank Trujillo and family Nephew, Joseph Trujillo In lieu of flowers donations may be made to: Torrance Memorial Health Care Foundation 3330 Lomita Bl. Torrance, Ca 90505

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  1. I only met Charlene once, at the Redondo Chamber annual installation dinner last year. She was so warm and wonderful, down-to-earth and obviously very proud of Michael. Big hugs and warmest thoughts to you, Michael, and all of your family during this transition time.

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with Charlene and the family, they have always been close with our family in alot of ways…Charlene was like a second mom to me, helped me through rough times and gave me advice when ever I needed it. We will all miss her…. Love Danise,Lu,Sean Lisa, Albert, Ryan and Danielle

  3. Take comfort that Charlene\’s beautiful spirit now watches over you from above. My prayers are with you all. May the Lord hold you in his arms and comfort you.

  4. I know that Charlene went through alot the past couple years-but she was always upbeat and positive-a real role model. I will miss her at bowling! God bless you all.

  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May your mom rest in peace. With Love, Bonnie (Little), Caren (Lopez)and Steve Strojny.

  6. Susie, My thoughts are with you and your family. I was really sad to hear about your mother. Sincerely, Shawna Lambert

  7. Tia and Family, In your time of hearache and loss remember to take time to comfort each other. Your mom is in a better place now and will be watching over you. You are in our thoughts. Love Bonnie and Patrisia

  8. I started Girls Jr. All Stars just two years ago, but have known “Homie~G” (our little nickname for her) for quite some time. She was the spirit of us all. She was there to keep us high spirited. I will miss her so much. Bowling will not be the same. BUt I know she will be there watching over us. She was a very kind and special woman. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  9. Homie G as us girls from bowling called her, was so special. She had so much love and support to give all of us. She was the hippest and warmest grandma I\’ve ever met. She was too cool. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  10. We will truly miss her smiling face. She always made everyone feel so special. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. The Carrillo family.

  11. Maria & Family God Bless you and your family at this time. Take comfort in knowing how loved she was. She touched so many of our hearts with her love and that smile that was always so bright. It was so easy to call her “Mom”. WE WILL MISS HER Love Susan & Snu

  12. Maria & Family I loved your mom so much. She was a wonderful women and she always made me laugh. I know she will be missed but, we can remember all the good times we shared with her in our hearts. Love, Beth

  13. So sad when I heard of Charlene\’s death. She was a wonderful person and she made all of the basketball games so fun. I will miss her!

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