Guillermo Wilfredo Segovia

February 12, 1966 - July 7, 2022
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Guillermo “Memo” Wilfredo Segovia, age 56, passed away peacefully after a difficult battle with stomach cancer on July 7th, 2022. Guillermo was born in El Salvador and moved to the United States in his early 20’s. Since he was young, he always had a fascination with cooking and ulitmately dedicated his life to being aContinue Reading

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Jennifer Salgado left a message on November 18, 2022:
Hi Tio, i miss you like crazy and i think you know that by now. I can’t thank you enough for giving me the best childhood ever. I use to brag about you to my classmates about how I have the best uncle in the world that took me to pixar, baseball games, beaches and so much more..those memories will be forever cherished and locked away for good. Because of you I can certainly say those are the very few memories I do have of my childhood and I will be forever thankful. I really want to say that you made the entire family smile by just your presents, the glue to the family. Thank you for pushing me to get close to your daughter as well. I remember you telling me how you really wanted me to get close to her when she decided to move in with you and I told you I will try. I ain’t going to lie tio that was very hard haha. But look at the relationship I have with her now because of you. Brings me to the love of my life that now I have two kids with. For you to know him since diapers is crazy. When I told you we were dating you were almost jumping up and down for me, you couldn’t believe it. The greatest part of you is that you always wanted to be around all of us and if it wasn’t for that we wouldn’t get together as much and be close like we are now, you made plans and we couldn’t say no. I miss your random txt messages saying “where are you mija I’m at your house waiting to play poker”. I still haven’t played poker till this day that I’m writing this. God I miss you so much. When I told everyone I was having Kylen you were so excited for me, txting me almost everyday to see if I was good and how you couldn’t wait. When he was born I felt the love you had for him and it made me so happy. The day you told me you can watch him for me so I can finally go work is when I thought to myself I can’t get any luckier to have a better uncle than you. I haven’t told anybody this but those years that you watched him for me is when I saved up the most and got to purchase a home for our family. I don’t know how you knew I would because I wasn’t even looking at homes at that time when you randomly txted me saying “in the future get a house with a big backyard or with a studio in the back already for me” I smiled at that message. Kylen will forever remember you cause I talk about you to him all the time. Thankful you took so much memories on your phone and sent them to me. I completely just miss every part of you, doesn’t make it easier that we lived so close to each other through out my life, I saw you almost everyday and to not see you no more will take some time to get use to. I mostly cry for remembering all the amazing memories we encountered, the other times is for the future memories I lost with you. I will always love you.
Nestor Bernal left a message on November 2, 2022:
Bro bro!! Te extrañamos mucho Memo, tu sabes que siempre estarás en nuestros pensamientos para siempre! Every time I see the Dodgers play I get mad and happy at the same time. Mad because I hate that team but happy because I know it was your favorite team to watch and I will always carry that in my heart every time I see them play my Giants. I love you bro bro, and please watch over all us ?️❤️
Sarah E. Segovia left a message on November 1, 2022:
Dad, i wanna start off by telling you that you were the best dad in this whole world and still are even though you aren't here anymore, not a day goes by that i don't think of you. My one dream in life was to come and live with you and im so glad that in the year 2011 i made the decision to come and move out here with you, i remember you asking me "really mama are you sure?" i told you "of course dad i been waiting for this for years." i can never thank you enough for always being there for me, for supporting me in everything i did even though you didnt like it sometimes. Im working hard and staying strong just how you would always tell me. I miss your cooking, your laugh, your Smile, your jokes, fighting with you, watching tv together, giving you massages, calling and texting each other every single day and just telling you how much i love you. This whole process hasnt been easy for me, but i knew it was your time to go and to finally be at peace without any suffering, any pain, any illness. I appreciate everything that you did for me. I hope im making you proud every step of the way daddy. TE EXTRANO TANTO DAD. No hay sufficente palabras para decir cuanto te quiero y te extrano todo los dias. REST IN PARADISE DAD. FOREVER A DADDY'S GIRL!! I LOVE YOU DAD AND I MISS YOU SO MUCH!!!!!! BEST DAD IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD!! FOREVER YOU AND ME HOW WE ALWAYS USE TO SAY. TU BEBE HIJA, SARAH E. SEGOVIA!
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