Noe Javier Guillen went to be with his father in heaven on Sunday, Dec. 7, 2003. Born April, 1923 in Ocotal, Nicaragua, he came to CA in 1945. He served in the Army's 24th Cavalry Reconnaissance Troop from 1944-1947 and was awarded the Victory & Good Conduct Metals. Noe received his B.A. from Woodbury College in Foreign Trade and retired from Aerospace Corp in 1988. He is survived by his daughters Frances J. Guillen Harvey, Lourdes E. Guillen and Eloise Y. Rios, Granddaughter Jessica M. Harvey, Grandsons Robert Rios and Matthew Rios and great Grandson Chistian Rios. Services will be held at White & Day Colonial Mortuary, Redondo Beach on Thursday, December 11, at 3:00 PM. The body will be cremated and the ashes will be taken to Maui, Hawaii for burial. In Lieu of flowers donations to The Wellness Community in the South Bay Cities 109 West Torrance Blvd. Redondo Beach, CA 90277 (310) 376-3550) would be appreciated.

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  1. Dear Friends, I knew Noe and Irene for about 20 years. Irene worked for South Sea Imports making all our model dresses, and Noe was that sweet man around the house. Once Irene was fitting me for some outfit, and the phone rang. She let the answering machine get it and Noe\’s voice said, “Irene, I LOVE YOU!” We had a good laugh. When my son was a baby, Noe carried him around, swinging him from side to side. Noe\’s voice was always so sunny – “Hey, Becky, how are you?” I\’m sorry I could not attend the services. I am still getting over the flu and today is the fourth day of fever, although lower than yesterday. I know the next time I see sunshine and rainbows that it will be Noe from above. He was a nice man and he spread a lot of happiness to others. Sincerely, Becky Applegate Redondo Beach, CA

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