Josephine Carrillo

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Josephine Carrillo

Josephine Valencia Carrillo, 82, born June 7, 1930, went home to the Lord on April 9, 2013. Josephine was very devoted to her faith, her family, and her friends. She opened her heart and her home to anyone that needed her and will be missed by many.

She joins her beloved husband, Armando Carrillo, her parents Refugio and Maria Jesus Valencia and her brothers Luis and Raul Valencia.

Josephine is survived by brother Ignacio Valencia and sisters Maria Jesus (Victor) Borboa and Gloria (Ynez) Lopez. She is also survived by son Armando (Alicia) Carrillo, daughters Tessie (Danny) Maldonado, Gloria (Rudy) Vindiola, and Grace (Bruno) Gonzales; 10 grandchildren, 30 great grandchildren, 2 great-great grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.

Josephine will be remembered as a generous, loving and strong woman who led us all by her good example.

“Strength and honor are her clothing and she will rejoice in time to come.”

Services were held Friday, April 12, at Blessed Sacrament Church, Mammoth. Interment followed at Valley View Cemetery in Mammoth.

An online guestbook can be signed at www.griffithmortuary.com.

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