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It is always diff icult to say goodbye to someone we love and cherish. Family and friends must say goodbye to their beloved Esperanza Medina Mazutti Dallas, TX , who passed away on June 28, at her home in Plano, Texas, surrounded by her family. Esperanza had many terms of endearment including Tia Ancho to her enormous Mazutti family in Mexico and Nona to her grandchildren and family in the United States.

She enjoyed spending time with her loved ones and dedicated much of golden years to travel. She was an exceptional force in the kitchen and held family recipes extremely close to the chest. Her most cherished accomplishments were her four children, all who were incredibly involved in her day to day life. Her greatest joy were her grandchildren.

She was extremely proud of their accomplishments and activities and would often be found in the stands or the audience of their latest performance. Esperanza was known for her kind heart, generosity, hugs, and her champion of all people. In her 93 years of life she witnessed many life events and used her time and experience to encourage other to live their best lives. She was a faithful soul who made pilgrimages to her patron saint Our Lady of Guadalupe at the Basilica in Mexico City.

The family of Esperanza Medina Mazutti wish to thank the many friends who have provided comfort as they mourn the loss of this extraordinary woman. Elizabeth Ann Seton, W. Spring Creek Pkwy. June 13, — March 17, Passed away on March 17, Fred was born in Chinon, France on June 13, At the time of his death, he was the principal of the media marketing consulting firm Redline Advisors and served the community as advocate at the Miami-Dade Guardian ad Litem Program.

He was a kind, thoughtful, and intelligent man who loved his children, mother, family, and friends deeply. Fred was a car enthusiast and was passionate about cycling. Fred is preceded in death by his father Fernando Medina. As a former staff member of Seton we thought you may like to know of her passing.

In Cel entered the community of St. Joseph of Carondolet in St. She remained a member of this community for 30 years until she was dispensed from vows as a member in good standing. While living in community Cel served in many ways. For nine years she taught children in elementary school. First in St. Joseph's Carondelet Child Center in Chicago. She was the Executive Director for St. Joseph's Home for Boys in St. She began her transition to living outside of community in ultimately moving to Plano Texas. In Plano she ministered with families at St.

Elizabeth Ann Seton in Plano. Cel's is impressive but there is so much more to her life. The legacy of love and caring throughout her career for the marginalized is evident. However, career is only part of Cel's legacy. Those hearts and souls Cel touched through her personal life reflect who Cel was to us. She was a woman deeply rooted in her love of God and her love of God's people - all people. She touched her family, biological and adopted, with joy, humor, and a sense of adventure.

She was always ready for the next trip, wherever it took her. Whether it was to Europe or to the local restaurant, she was ready with humor and a zest of life. Think back to one of your experiences with Cel and remember how you felt in her presence. That feeling is her true legacy, left to each of us in her special way. May she forever rest in the arms of God knowing she was a "good and faithful servant. The Mass of Resurrection will be celebrated on Saturday July 10, , at a. John Bell. Dick was born in Geneva, NY where he attended St.

He attended Rochester Institute of Technology and then began his career at Xerox. Dick loved his work, the people who worked for and with him and will be missed by all, especially Lee Kilborn of The Colony. Dick was a huge sports fan. Dick loved spending time with his children, grandchildren and family. He loved family gatherings and was so incredibly proud of them all. His favorite pastime was simply spending time with the love of his life, Betty. From prom to surpassing 50 years, theirs is a love story for the ages.

He is also survived by his grandchildren Dr. He will be greatly missed by his fur babies, grandpuppies and grandkitties, many nieces, nephews, family and friends. May 16, - June 26, He was a graduate of Berkner High School, Class of He enjoyed his work as a software engineer at various companies in the Dallas area, most recently at L3Harris Technologies. Steve was kind, humble, faithful, and selfless. He was a wonderful husband and father, who sought every opportunity to help friends and family in any way he could.

In his free time he enjoyed spending time with his family usually watching movies or soccer , making dad jokes, and trying to fix things using YouTube videos. Steve is survived by his wife, Laurie Thompson; his kids, Meg Thompson, Katie Thompson, and Joey Thompson; his father, Jimmy Thompson; his mother, Peggy Thompson; his brothers, Richard Thompson and Gary Thompson; and many other aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins who he cared for very much.

The family suggests memorial contributions may be made to a charity of your choice. A memorial service will be held at p. It's with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our beloved father, Anthony John Sottile. Prior to his retirement, he worked as a lithographer for 40 years. Anthony proudly served his country in the United States Army and was honorably discharged. He is preceded in death by the love of his life and wife of 61 years, Janet Schultz Sottile; his parents Joseph and Mary, his brothers Joseph, Edward, Michael, James and his sister Anne Koschak and his infant son, Anthony.

He is also survived by his beloved sisters, Virgina Santoro and Mary Joan Chini along with many nieces and nephews. A funeral Mass will be celebrated on June 10th, a. Those we love remain with us for love itself lives on, And cherished memories never fade Because a love one's gone Those we love can never be more than a thought apart For as long as there is memory, They'll live on in the heart.

He was a good and faithful husband who loved his wife very much. Jerry was proud to serve his country in the U. Air Force for four years. He then attended college and earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering, a field he worked in for his entire career. The family moved from Rochester to the Dallas area in with his job transfer. During his well-earned retirement, he enjoyed spending time with family, traveling with Toni, playing the organ, volunteering at church, and reading and relaxing in his free time. Jerry was the beloved son of Frank and Doris, who were waiting for him in Heaven with Toni and his brother, Frank, Jr.

He loved his grandchildren, Hayden, Taylor, Matthew wife Dani , Jonah, and Katherine, so much along with extended family and friends. While he is absent from the body, we are comforted that he is now in the presence of God the Father, his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at p.

Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Texas Inurnment will follow in the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Columbarium. If desired, a tribute to Jerry, may be made to the Love Truck Ministry. Dorothy was the youngest of 5 sisters, and the daughter of Italian immigrants. She was the first of the girls to be born in a hospital while her older sisters were born on the farm in west Dallas. As a young child, the family moved to old east Dallas.

In her early years, Dorothy served as the mascot for the Crozier Tech High School teams alongside her majorette sister, Johnnie. Numerous newspaper stories record her being the first live mascot in Dallas.

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