Reynaldo
Rangel, Reynaldo Louis, a long time resident of the Inglewood and Hawthorne areas, passed away on Wednesday, May 30, 2007 in Hawthorne. Born in Phoenix, AZ, Reynaldo was 89 when he died. Reynaldo had served in the Army during World War II and he was a member of St Joseph Church in Hawthorne. He is survived by his daughter, Geri Bartlett & son, Reynaldo Rangel. A gathering of family & friends will be Tuesday, June 5, 2007, 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. with the Rosary at 7:00 P.M. both at Rice Mortuary, 5310 Torrance Blvd, Torrance, CA (across the street from the Daily Breeze).The Mass will be held on Wednesday, June 6, 2007, 10:00 A.M. at Holy Cross Cemetery Holy Redeemer Chapel in Culver City. Committal will follow in Holy Cross Mausoleum.

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  1. Ray,Geri and family, My prayers are for you,that God will heal and comfort you during this time. Ray was very close to my parents, they were good friends.He was a very kind and gentle man.He is with the King of Kings and rejoicing!!! Take care John

  2. Ray & Gerri, I’m so sorry to hear about your dad passing on. I only have fond memories of my uncle Ray. He was a gentle and loving man. He was one of the reasons I’m proud to say i’m half RANGEL ! Cousin Tony

  3. Dear Ray/Jerry and Family…we send all our love and respect to you and your sweet father as we remember him through those years of growing up and the few years we were able to see each other with family get-togethers. Now may he rest in peace with your sweet mother as well. Again, with all our respect and love to all of you. Danny and the kids, Erin, Daniel,& Damien.

  4. i have grown with geri and know so much about ray…to see my friend so hurt and sad tells me so much about how wonderful her father was and i will always remember..love rae ann

  5. When we heard about the death of Rey, we were very saddened. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and the family during this difficult time. His passing will be a real loss to all of us who knew him.

  6. He was a nice man with a big heart, always trying to help others, we’ll miss him so much. Angelica, Josephine, Rebeca, Miguel & Antonella.

  7. I have a Rocking Chair that my grandfather made for my brother when he was just a little boy. I’ve since then taken over the chair and have it placed in my family room. When my son Mason sits in it and and rocks I always think that the chair was made with love, care and hardwork which are the main things I’ll always remember about my grandpa. This chair will be in my family and passed along so that we can always remember what a wonderful man he was. I’ll always have special memories of him and my grandmother and how I used to love to go see them on my lunchbreak from work. They would always make sure they had a fresh pot of beans for me. I love and miss them both very much.

  8. Ray and family, We just wanted you to know that our hearts and prayers are with you all. Your friends, Don, Sheree, Carina & Alex

  9. My uncle Ray told my parents when my mom was expecting me, that he wanted to be my Godfather so I always said that He loved me before I was born and that was a blessing. That’s the way He was, always caring, protecting and loving… I miss him… a lot… Thanks Ray Jr. and Geri to share with me and my family the great man that was your father.

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