Roberto Miguel Medina

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Roberto Miguel Medina

Roberto “Apache” Miguel Medina, 34, of Mammoth, passed away on July 6, 2013 in Oracle, AZ. Services were held on July 12, 2013 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church & Burial service was held at Valley View Cemetery in Mammoth, AZ on July 13, 2013. He is survived by his son Ysidro Xavier Medina, significant other Nicole Castillo, his mother Rebecca J. Moreno, and step father Julian Moreno, brother Francisco Medina, niece Kira and Raquel and nephew Cisco, brother Manuel Pinon (Monica) nephew Manuelito and niece Maritza and Olivia, step sister Zaida Valenzuela, niece Abby and nephew Eric. Grandparents Manuel & Tere Juvera. He was preceded in death by his father Xavier Medina and Grandparents Frank & Rebecca Medina.

Roberto attended San Manuel High School 1995-1998 and later received his GED. He had previously worked as a mason laborer and landscaper. Roberto took pride in his Apache native heritage and enjoyed riding horses and spending time in the outdoors. He looked forward to spending time with his family, having carne asada cookouts, rock hunting and going to casino. He devoted his quality time to his son – his pride and joy. Roberto had the biggest heart especially for his family & friends and was a very generous person. He was the first to step up and give if anyone needed anything; whether it was quality time, a good laugh, clothes, money, etc… he touched many hearts and showed you he was a sincere person. He had an outgoing personality and could always bring a smile to your face.

May Roberto rest in peace and continue to live in our hearts and great memories. He is truly loved and will be greatly missed by all.

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