Mary
Chacon, Mary March 5, 1936 - February 19, 2010 Mary passed away peacefully, surrounded by family. She was born in Bracketville, TX, raised in San Pedro and a long time resident of Redondo Beach. She was a beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She touched many lives, was adored and loved by all and she will be greatly missed. A gathering of family and friends will be Wednesday, February 24, 2010 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm with the Vigil Service starting at 7:00 pm both at Rice Mortuary in Torrance. The Prayer Service will be Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 10:00 am at Rice Mortuary followed by the Committal service at Pacific Crest Cemetery in Redondo Beach. Please come celebrate Mary's wonderful life. She is survived by her beloved husband Jacob B. Chacon of Redondo Beach, her children Rachel Lujan, Rebecca Chacon and Armando Chacon and she had many grandchildren and great grandchildren. She will be missed greatly.

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  1. aunt Mary, I will always remember you as a kind, generous, loving person. Even though I did not see you very often I will miss you. Gloria

  2. My condolences to my Uncle Jacob and my cousins Rachel, Mando and Rebecca and Aunt Mary’s grandchildren who she loved so much. Mary, the most beautiful wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, friend, and aunt anyone could have. I miss you already, it won’t be the same without you. The comfort and joy for me is knowing that you are in the most beautiful place now, at peace and with my Mom Adelfa. Chatting and laughing together the way I remember you when you visited each other. Your beautiful smile I will always remember. Watch over us. Love you Tia.

  3. To my uncle Jacob and my cousin Rachel, Rebecca and Mando. It is with great sadness that i offer my condolences to the Chacon family.I have many fond memories of us visiting your home in the summer and having all the family together for a fun time. Aunt Mary was always up to having family and friends over for a good time.She was like a Mom to me. I will always remember her smile and kindness to everyone she knew.Aunt Mary, you are gone but not forgotten. You will forever be in my heart.

  4. I feel very lucky to have known Mary. From day one she treated me like I was one of her own. One of my fondest memories was probably the first time I really met her. It was Thanksgiving 1999 and she broke the ice with me by making me carve the Thanksgiving Turkey. I was honored to do so and have done it ever since. It has been an honor to witness the LOVE and Devotion that she and Jacob have shared with one another. They say a love like thiers only exists in the movies but I know now that it happens in real life and beyond this life. To her husband Jacob, you are a shining example of a man that took his vows to heart and to God, it was amazing watching you take care of your true love. Last but not least to my wife Cecilia and Aunt Rebecca your unselfishness and determination to do everything you could do to help Mary on the day to day was truly remarkable. The love you have for her is indescribable. I love you MARY AKA “Big Grandma” you will be greatly missed.

  5. A Good, Strong Mexican Woman–Aunt Mary fought valiantly. Such a Loss for Uncle Jacob, Cousins Rebecca, Rachel, and Armando. My heart goes out to all of you. A massive Loss for the Whole Family–We will miss her, dearly

  6. Jacob, Uncle Mando,aunt Becca, Rachel,Cecilia and little Rachel My thoughts and prayers are with you.I am forever grateful to Mary and all of you for showing me love and kindness.For, welcoming me into your family and for being so good to Gabe&I.I have so many memories and will keep them close to my heart.Gabe& I will miss a beautiful soul known as Big grandma.

  7. Uncle Jacob & Family, I am so sorry for yor loss of our precious Aunt Mary. I feel very blessed to have been able to see her just a few days before she left us to be in heaven. I will always cherish the memories I have of Aunt Mary. All the summer trips to vist in California. The girls shopping trips to the mall and the Redondo Beach Pier. The cook outs in your back yard and at grandma’s house when you came to vist in El Paso. Especially I am honored that you were both my “God Parents” and were there to celebrate with me at My Quinceniera and My Wedding Day. Those memories will be with me forever. Not so long ago having lost someone very special, I know how hard it can be not to have them with you everyday. What keeps me going is the love of my boys and family. That keeps the memory of our loved ones alive. You have to take it one day at a time and don’t keep your feeling bottled up inside. Remember, I am here for you. I Love you all, Laura Beltran & Family P/S I know Grandma and Aunt Mary are dancing up a storm and having a Qurse.

  8. Dear Jacob, Rachel, Rebecca and Armando. Your thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Togga Olafsdottir & Jon Jonsson

  9. Uncle Jake, the last time I saw you and Mary, we were burying my mom. I just want to express my deepest thoughts and prayers for you, Rachel, Rebecca, and Armando. And even though there are lapses of time between visits and even longer since I’ve seen my cousins, I have very fond childhood memories of all of you; it brought me a comfort that I will always treasure. May God give you peace in knowing that Mary is at rest. Love you all, Rafael

  10. Grandma, you will forever be in my heart and memory. You have taught me so much about life. I plan to pass all those life lessons onto my children and grandchildren. I miss you so much it hurts when I breathe. (Grandpa your Mosca is here for you)

  11. To the Chacon family, I just wanted to say how sorry I am to hear of your lose. (MY Mary)has told me wonderful things about her. I have lost numerous family members myself and I know how difficult it is for you right now. I leave you with my thoughts and prayers Jeff Becklund

  12. Dear Chacon family, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. You have our deepest sympathy. Tony & Rachel Meraz

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