Sylvia Ann Villalobos

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Sylvia Ann Villalobos

Sylvia Ann Villalobos, a loving wife, daughter, mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, went to be with the Lord on March 20, 2013.

Born in Ray, Arizona on Oct. 9, 1952, Sylvia moved to Superior with her family when she was just a young girl. A strong-willed, independent person with a great sense of humor, Sylvia loved life and especially loved her family.

Always a hard worker, Sylvia worked in housekeeping most of her life and took great pride in her work during her years at Magma Copper Company, Banner Baywood Hospital and Superior School District.

She was reunited in heaven with her father, Fidencio, her brother, Oscar and her son, Arman. She is survived by her husband, Robert Villalobos Sr.; sons, Robert Villalobos Jr. and Luis Ignacio Villalobos; her mother, Alice Sandoval; her grandchildren, Robert, III, Julisa, Arman, Ceasar, Luis, Jr., Marky, Dolores and great-granddaughter, Elianna; and her siblings Ronald (Sally) Gonzales, Bonnie (Chris) Sanchez, Bernice Gonzales, Cindy (Alfred) Villalobos, Manny (Lucy) Sandoval and Melissa (David) Rabago.

A caring, generous and fun-loving person who loved spending time with her family and most especially her grandchildren, she has left a void in the hearts of many and will be deeply missed.

Rosary and Mass will be held on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Superior.

October 9, 1952 – March 20, 2013

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