Zamora, Esthela Argentina, a 30 year resident of El Camino Village, passed away on Friday, June 16, 2006 in Torrance. She is survived by Husband, David Zamora of El Camino Village, CA, Mother, Justina Villalobos of Maryland, Brother, Mario (Mirna) Flores of Nicaragua, Sister, Rosemary Parsons of MI, Sister, Martha Sirias of Nicaragua, Sister, Cecilia (Bruce) Talbot of Columbia, MD, her Mother in Law Aurora Zamora or Long Beach, CA, Brother in law Russell Zamora of Alameda, CA, Sister in law Priscilla Flores of Orange, CA, and her two nephews, Craig Flores of Orange CA, and Robert Flores of Mexico. She was preceded in death by her Father, Julio Flores. The Service will be held at St. Catherine Laboure Catholic Church on Tuesday June 20, 2006 at 5:30pm. My wife Argentina is the Sunshine of my life. We love and cared for each other every minute of every day. There is no doubt of the unconditional love we had. We enjoyed it because it was beautiful. One day, one minute at a time.

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  1. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.God is with you now more than ever.She was a great Lady.I was Blessed to have known Her.Have Faith. She is Heaven.

  2. Dave, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife. I have a habit of looking at the obituaries and was drawn to the name Zamora. As I read on I recognized all familar names and knew this had to be you. This must be a terrible time for you as it seems you were very much in love. Esthela must have been a very special lady. Take Care of yourself. Belinda

  3. The preschool children and families of Lawndale Preschool Program have lost an outstanding teacher and her friends and colleagues have lost a warm and loving friend. She made an impact on all of us. She will live on in our memories.

  4. David, My deepest and most sincere sympathies are with you during this most difficult time. Esthela was very special to me and will forever be in my heart. She was more than a colleague, she was a friend, and will be greatly missed as such. God bless you and your family.

  5. David, I offer my most heart felt condolences. Esthela was always such a wonderful friend, so full of love, spirit, and courage. Those of us who were so fortunate to be a part of her life were very priviledged to have known and loved her. She will always be alive in our hearts, thoughts, and in our memories. I know she is now with the Lord watching over us all like the angel she truly is. May the Lord always bless you and guide you David. Your Friend…Adriana Garcia

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