With heavy hearts we announce the passing of Angelita M. Trevino on December 16, 2020, known affectionately as Angie to her family and friends.
Born on June 16, 1939 in Longmont, Colorado to parents Jess and Alvina Rodriguez; Angie resided the majority of her life in Mission Hills, California. She is survived by her husband Raymond D. Trevino, four sons and their spouses, Raymond and Diana, Michael and Patricia, Edward and Renee, Robert and Lissa, and daughter Jacqueline. Also, her sister Delores Perez and brother Jess Rodriguez, including many nieces and nephews, grandchildren, and great grandchildren along with many dear friends.
Angie was a devoted wife, mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, great grandmother and true friend to many. Her infectious smile, adorable laugh, Angie’s love for life was undeniable. She loved her family dearly, along with the love of her life, husband Ray – married for over 62 years.
Her talents were numerous and remarkable, from her green thumb in the garden, extraordinary sewing skills, eye for design and her fabulous cooking. She was playfully referred to as the “Mexican Martha Stewart” to family and friends. Especially during the Christmas holiday “the peak of tamale season,” she was known as the Tamale Diva.
Angie you have fought the good fight, you have finished the race and because of your continued faith in our Lord Jesus Christ our family will all be reunited together again in Heaven.