Eleanor
Eleanor Dolores Cano a 1 year resident of Victorville, passed away on Sunday, October 22, 2006 in San Pedro. Born in Redondo Beach, CA. Eleanor was 83 when she died. Eleanor was an active member of St. Philomena Catholic Church for over 15 years. She was member of the choir and fixture at all church functions. She moved to Victorville, Ca, in July of 2005 with daughter Terry and son-in-law John Krusel where she became a member of Holy Family Church in Hesperia. Eleanor was a seamstress for over 18 years. She loved to sing in the church choir, She could crochet anything and did not need a book of instructions. She was active in the election process and always encouraged others to exercise their right to vote. Her passions were the Lord and her children and she was a fan of Vicente Fernandez She is survived by her sister Mary Casillas, daughter Francisca Marie Craig, son Ramon De Jesus Cano III, and daughter Teresa Rosalie Krusel. She was blessed with 7 grandchildren and 11 great grand children. A gathering of family & friends will be held at Rice Mortuary on Sunday, October 29, 2006 from 5:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. with a Rosary service at 7:00 P.M. The Service will be held at St. Philomena Church on Monday, October 30, 2006 at 10:00 A.M. Burial will follow at Pacific Crest Cemetery in Redondo Beach, California.

View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline

Guestbook

  1. To Danielle Channel and Family Our heartfelt smypathy to you and your family, Sorry to hear about the passing of your beloved Grandmother, may God be with you and give you strength. And remember God is your strength and your comfort in any time of need. From your Co-workers at UCLA Package Billing Dept.

  2. I dearly miss my grandma already. Although she lived a long life and my children and I have been blessed to have her as long as we did, it still feels like she left prematurely. I am comforted by the fond memories and wonderful stories of her youth. She will be with us forever. Lydia

  3. My Grandma was a wonderful and loving individual that will be missed greatly…..I just wish I was able to tell her that more often and I pray that she knows….we lost her very prematurally but will VALUE all the days we did have with her….and I also want to THANK everybody for all your prays. GRANDMA you be greatly missed and FOREVER LOVED….

  4. We were shocked to learn of my aunts passing away. We are very fond of her and we will miss her very much. She called us frequently and we will miss her calls. She had an enormous faith and never complained about anything. We would ask her how she felt and she always responded positively. I have many good memories going back to the year(I was nine at the time-about 1946) we(Rudy, Leo and I) stayed with grandpa Carlos, Nana Panchita, Aunt Eleanor and Aunt Mary at the Ranch in Redondo Beach. Aunt Eleanor was our daughter’s, Cindy, Godmother. Our condolences are with Terry, Frances,Ramon and all the families. Sincerely in Christ, We love you! John,Elena and family

  5. Mrs. Cano was my neighbor in Victorville. I have fond memories of our friendly conversations. I was pleased to hear that she heard gates opening before she was called up to glory. To the family and friends may God help us to remember the memories.

  6. My sympathy goes out to all who were fortunate to have known and been a part of my Tia Eleanor’s life…we are left with fond and loving memories…”tis better to have loved and lost,than never to have loved at all.” We were truly blessed to have been loved by her and our faith teaches us that we will someday be reunited and that love never dies…

  7. To Danielle Channel and Family Our heartfelt smypathy to you and your family, Sorry to hear about the passing of your beloved Grandmother, may God be with you and give you strength. And remember God is your strength and your comfort in any time of need. From your Co-workers at UCLA Package Billing Dept.

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook