ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Sylvestre Mata, 91, born on December 30, 1937 and passed away on April 20, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Linda Storey on April 22, 2016
Hi Mr. Mata, I never meet you in person, but your daughter Rosie talked about you and shared photos of you. You were very much Respected and Loved by her. May your soul rest in peace.
Gone But Never Forgotten. The Storey Family-Linda & Ken
Posted by Lou Lillard on April 21, 2016
I never met you sir, but I have met Rosie and she is a very special lady to me and our church family. You have left a legacy in her - I'm sure you were very proud of her.
Posted by Cesar Nunez on April 21, 2016
Tio Beto was a kind and wonderfull person!! I have many fond memories of him that I will cherish. May you rest in peace Tio.

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Posted by Linda Storey on April 22, 2016
Hi Mr. Mata, I never meet you in person, but your daughter Rosie talked about you and shared photos of you. You were very much Respected and Loved by her. May your soul rest in peace.
Gone But Never Forgotten. The Storey Family-Linda & Ken
Posted by Lou Lillard on April 21, 2016
I never met you sir, but I have met Rosie and she is a very special lady to me and our church family. You have left a legacy in her - I'm sure you were very proud of her.
Posted by Cesar Nunez on April 21, 2016
Tio Beto was a kind and wonderfull person!! I have many fond memories of him that I will cherish. May you rest in peace Tio.
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Animal Trainer

Shared by Rosie Salinas on April 21, 2016

MMy dad loved animals while I was growing up we had dog, cats, chickens, roosters, sheep and ponys. When I was in High School I joined FFA and raised a sheep for the County Fair. Dad trained "Chiquita" to walk by my side and was handled through a series of whisles. He even loan me a pair of his boots to wear for show time. They were a little big but my mom rolled up some socks and stuck them into the boot. I knew he was so proud of his cheering me on from the stands. I will never forget you daddy.