Town Talk for May 4, 2003
– To our many friends ad relatives, we express deep appreciation for your love and concern shown in the passing of our beloved son, Victor Dwayne Miramontes.
We appreciate your visits, food, cards, flowers, money, calls and words of condolence during this difficult time. We appreciate the help and support we received from the Padilla family, Dr. Berry, the LDS Church and The Bailey Funeral Home.
We appreciate anyone who helped swith the services, or helped in any way.
Knowing so many cared lightens our burden.
With love and appreciation, Jesus and Leslie Miramontes.
– On behalf of the Padilla and Vasquez familiy, we would like to extend our sincere thank you’s to all our family and friends who supported is in our time of need. We appreciate all the gifts, food, and condolences we received from each and every one of you.
Thank you all who touched Johnny’s life throughout his time with us.
A special thank you to Father Frank Maroney for conducting the Rosary and Mass, as well as Northstar Lumber for all the dedicated work they put into the burial services. We would also like to thank Judy Pena and Dena Martinez for the use of the Battle Mountain gym for the Rosary.
Once again, we appreciate all the support we received from family, friends and the community.
Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Padilla and family
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