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Rosario Arreola December 27, 1928 - November 10, 2018 Born in Mexico Preceded by Son: Juan Gonzalez Survived by: Guadalupe Gonzalez, Arturo Gonzalez, Arnoldo Gonzalez, Norma Rosales, Rosa Zazueta, Luz Cardenas, Amalia Rendon. In addition: 26 Grandkids, 42 Great-Grandkids, and 7 Great-Great-Grandkids. A fierce woman from the moment she was brought into this world. The trials and tribulations she faced throughout her life molded her into the epitome of strength and sacrifice. She overcame adversity through her strong faith and loving family. A treasure to be around from her inappropriate jokes, to that low chuckle when she snickered at you, to the peace you felt just sitting next to her. She was feisty like her salsa, and warm like her tortillas. It has been an honor to have her as the Matriarch of our family. She will be missed eternally, but we take solace that she no longer has pain. We love you Chayito forever.

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  1. Mami Chayo …Grammy, Grams…I love you and I miss you. I’ve missed you. I have been distant going thru some personal things. I went to see you and you were traveling….like always. .. Good for you! But I didn’t get to see you. After that trip my life changed and I couldn’t go see you like I wanted to. It was better that you didn’t see me like that. Im ok ….don’t worry but I am sorry I should of tried harder. But please know that I always thought of you and I always talk …brag…about you. You live in my heart ….you live in me…your strength …your work ethic…your chef skills….your sarcasm…your sense of humor…I’m honored to say I have that from you…. Oh Gramma ….this is hard…I’m not saying good bye…but until next time…you deserve to rest, you lived a long life, now go live a grand life you deserve in paradise. ….p.s. I know you can read English perfect don’t be tricking people up there like you don’t understand…ya I know you do that…and ya its pretty funny…nevermind …keep doing it…see I learned well…I love you viejita aguadita…ya se …. Mi Madre es la aguada. No se preocupe de mi Tia la pistituta…si se quiere venir con nosotros aqui hay espacio para ella y mi hija estuviera encantada. I love you…

  2. Wishing your family peace at the loss of your mother. Your mother and I didn’t know each other well but I spent a fantastic afternoon with her once when my ex husband Jose “Pepe” Unzueta was passing. She came to Las Vegas to help care for him for a few of his last days. It meant so much to him (he really loved her) and my daughter Natalie and I will always remember what she did for us. She brought us peace and understanding about death. In addition I thank Rosa “Baby” for all her assistance back then. We truly cherish what your Mom and sister did for us.

    May your mother rest in peace

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