MarA�a PAC.rez Pacheco passed away on September 21, 2013.
Mrs. Perez became a widow when she was 44 years old and never remarried. She was a devoted and loving mother who supported all her daughters by herself. Through her involvement with the church and being very religious, she was a happy, loving and a caring person. Everyone that talked to her was touched in many ways. She enjoyed life until the end. She loved dancing, traveling, gambling but most of all she loved spending time with her family.
She suffered because her daughters were in two different countries and her dream was to be able to be in both places at once, so that she could be with all her children. Her fight to live a better quality of life was until the very last day, not on the material world but taking care of her body and enjoying everything she did. She was strong, loving, caring and an example of compassion and devotion to God, her family, friends and anybody who wanted to be part of her story.
She left a big story to tell in every single person she got to talk to and for her children it was a great pleasure to call her Mom.
Maria is survived by Ramona, Ana Ma., Ma. Magdalena, Amalia, Alicia, Guadalupe and Marisela. Her grandchildren; VerA�nica, Norma, Ma. Christina, Ma. de Lourdes, Patricia, Juan JosAC., RociA�, Vicente, Roberto, Sonia, Guillermo Antonio, Lorena, Amalia Jannete, Erika, Karla, Esteban, Mario Alberto, Gabriela, Pablo Fernando, NAC.stor David, Omar, Itzel, Martin, and Jennifer. Great-grandchildren; Edgar, Luz Edith, Oscar, Denise, Sharlyn, Brian, Alejandra, Eduardo Antonio, Jorge, Daniel, Samuel, Cristian, Vicente, AnA� Guadalupe, Linda, Tania, Leonardo, A�ngel, Alonso Gabriel, Leonel and great-great grandchildren; Santiago, Derek and Melanie.
A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Friday, September 27, 2013 at 4:00pm at Saint Patricks' Catholic Church, 721 Main Street, Watsonville. The vigil service will follow the mass at 7pm at Ave Maria Memorial Chapel, 609 Main Street, Watsonville.
Arrangements have been entrusted in the care of The Carroll Family of Ave Maria Memorial Chapel.