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Yolanda Pina (Yoli), 75 of Onyx, California, passed away on January 11, 2018. The funeral services will be private. Yolanda was born in Redondo Beach on February 20, 1942. She graduated from Redondo Union High School in 1960. Yolanda was married to Louis Piña on November 23, 1962; they were married almost 50 years before his death in 2012. Yolanda worked as a loan officer for Glendale Savings and other financial institutions throughout the South Bay for 20+ years. She enjoyed reading true-crime books, antique shopping, gardening in her yard, and watching Dateline. Her true passion was cooking and spending time with her family. Yolanda is survived by her daughters, Lynette, Cecilia, Yolanda, Elena, Elissa and Adrianne, her sons-in-law, Paul H, Stephen, Scott, Paul E and Mike, her grandchildren, Alexandra, Andrew, Dulce and Cindy, her brothers and sisters, Raymond, Anita, Andy, Olivia and Cecilia along with other family and friends. Yolanda is preceded in death by her husband Louis, her parents Artemio and Delfina and her sister Gloria. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to NADF Fundraising - National Adrenal Diseases Foundation and the American Diabetes Association.

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  1. Sorry we couldn’t be there for you… we have very fond memories of Yolanda during our kids youth in California. God bless you guys and so sorry for your loss of a very wonderful person.

  2. My Dear Family – I’ve been thinking of the last time I saw Auntie. She was at my parent’s home. It was so great to visit with her and the cousins. She has always been a sweet soft spoken lady. She treated me with kindness and love. I will hold my loving memories of her in my heart. I know I will see her again as our Lord has promised! I will keep you all in my prayers. Love to you, Lisa

  3. Dear Girls, Your Mom! Bella! Bella! Beautiful inside and out! She loved you all so very much. Your Mom will be missed by so many. She was a wonderful person. With My Love, Aunt Margie

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