Oliva
Oliva Ayala, a 39 year resident of Redondo Beach, passed away on Sunday, July 3, 2005 in Torrance, CA. Born in Pennsylvania, Oliva was 80 when she died. She was loved tremendously by all who knew her and will forever be missed. She was preceded in death by her sons Antonio Jr., Rogelio, Javiercito, and Baby Ayala, and daughters Esther and Lupita Ayala. She is survived by her loving husband of over 65 years, Antonio Ayala, daughters, Ofelia Moreno of Redondo Beach, Maria Rincon of Lawndale, Rosa Flores of Carson, and Maria Lemus of Victorville, and sons, Javier Ayala of Moreno Valley, CA, Robert Ayala, Jose Ayala, Gustavo Ayala, Eduardo Ayala, and Toby Ayala all of Redondo Beach, 28 grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held at Rice Mortuary on Thursday, July 14, 2005 from 12 Noon to 5:00 P.M. with a Rosary at 7:00 P.M. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Hermosa Beach. A Funeral Mass service will be held at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Hermosa Beach on Friday, July 15, 2005 at 11:00 A.M.

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  1. Nuestra abuelita era muy especial, siempre que nosotros ivamos a visitar, yo no podia esperar a ver su sonrisa y lo tan feliz que se ponia a ver nos. Vamos a estranar la demaciado… Abuelita ya estas en un lugar mucho mas mejor donde ya jamas sentiras dolor, Te amo y Te segiremos amando. “Descanse En Paz Mi Abuelita Preciosa.!!”

  2. My grandmother has always been and will always be a very important part of my life. I will miss her tremendously. Her passing has left an enourmous void in my life and heart. They say that time heals all wounds, but this is one wound that I doubt will ever heal. I love her so much and I know she loved me very much also. I feel blessed to have had such a beautiful and wonderful woman in my life.

  3. I remember when I would get home from school, I would always see her in her chair and I’m going to miss seeing her everyday. I love my great-grandma very much.

  4. You made me cry Why did you have to go? We weren’t ready for this You left us in pain The last thing I wanted is to see everyone’s face My aunts Begging for you to return My Grandpa leaning over you “Ya me dejaste solo Oliva.” That day He took you away You made me cry Why did you make me cry? Grandma This is a first for me A pain like no other Don’t wanna eat Can hardly sleep All I do is think “Julie, ya perdimos a tu abuelita!” (We’ve lost your grandma) they said I pray to God to help what you left behind You made me Cry Why did you make me cry? Grandma We can’t be selfish We weren’t your only family They wanted you back They loved you too We will see you again but until then In our hearts you will remain You made me cry Why did you make me cry? Grandma How I cried

  5. To Apa & la chica’s Our prayers are with each and everyone of you…. We pray for strength for you…. Our deepest sympathy goes out to you… I am very sorry that I am not closer to you guys to be there physically but trust me all of you guys are in my prayers & all in my heart…. I can only wish nothing but the best for you all…. With Love & Respect Jose, Regina (chica),Sharky,Dilly & Trina

  6. Oliva, a women I had the plesure to meet in the year 1985 where she was a patient of Dr. Greif’s and I was the attending Nurse, at the same time I meet her husband Antonio Moreno. She was kind of quiet but a very warm person.She was a women with lots of carisma and divotion. I have never had the opportunity to know a women who remarried her husband after 60 years of marrage with El senor Antonio.(it takes a whole lot of women to have a great and successful marrage like she did). No sooner I meet the rest of the family and was invited to their home.Oliva gracias por abirme la puerta de su casa y su lindo corazon y que tuve la oportunidad de conoser a su hermosa familia… Mis oraciones estan con usted para siempre,usted a llegado al paraiso y no este triste que un dia lo acompanara su esposo y viviran la vida iterna juntos… Gracias su amiga que la qiere mucho, Lydia Lechuga and family…….

  7. Jose, Your mom’s obituary saddened me and broke my heart, she left a tremendous impression on me, as a kind and caring person. She is now in a much better place with the Lord in eternal peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God bless you. My sincerest condolences, Anne-Marie Molina

  8. Almost every time we would leave her house, she would stand by the door to bless us. We would honk, so that she would know we’re gone.I still look at the door, hoping that this has all been a bad dream and that she’ll be standing there, ready to bless us.I love her so very much.”Descanse en paz, ABUELITA QUERIDA”

  9. Tio Antonio and cousins my thoughts and prayers are with you all, that God give you the strength to go through this great loss. Love, Angie Enriquez

  10. Leti, our deepest condolences go out to you and your family. We are truly saddened for your recent loss. The Cortez family

  11. Dear Ayala & Moreno Family, We would like to take this moment to express our sincerest condolences to all of you. We know how much this wonderful woman meant to all of you. She will never be forgotten so long as all of you keep her memory in your hearts. Once again, we are so sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Jose, Sandra, Jasmine, Briana, & Axel Jimenez

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