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Hilaria Torrevillas

December 30, 1931 - January 8, 2022
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Born: December 30, 1931
Died: January 8, 2022

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Pastor Henry & Mrs Cerna Caro posted on 1/25/22

Great inspiration to all from Immanuel Baptist Church in Berkeley. Always giving the congregation assurance of hope through our Savior Jesus. Hard Working Body, Soul & Spirit. Gave us that drive and motivation to keep pressing forward no matter the age difference or obstacles and challenges we face in our lives. She continued her professional career with the various counties beyond her 86 younger age. Her handmade ribbon flowers will always be remembered; her kindness and generosity she displayed to all she encountered made us all felt welcome and part of something greater. She inspired us to support missionaries abroad because we our all one family through out the world. She loves her children and gave them a foundation of great humility. She’d reminiscing of her youth in the Southern Philippines, Davao City where she aided the development of spreading the gospel throughout the region. What a humbled servant, surely will be missed but looking forward to that great reunion with our Lord Jesus!

 

Marilyn Halligan posted on 1/21/22

My heartfelt condolences to the family. Hilaria was one of a kind and incredibly selfless person. When I came to FAB-Richmond ten years ago for a job interview, the first person I met was Hilaria. She turned and asked me where I was going as she was swiping her keycard to access the building. "I work there!" she declared. On our way up to the second floor, she was talking to me as if she knew me for a long time. Sweet memories of Hilaria will live on and she will sorely be missed!

 

Marilyn Halligan posted on 1/21/22

My heartfelt condolences to the family. Hilaria was one of a kind and incredibly selfless person. When I came to FAB-Richmond ten years ago for a job interview, the first person I met was Hilaria. She turned to me and asked me where I was going as she was swiping the keycard to access the building. "I work there!" she declared. On our way up to the second floor, she was talking to me as if she knew me for a long time. Sweet memories of Hilaria will live on and she will sorely be missed!

 

Diana Dong posted on 1/21/22

I met Hilaria back in 1984 when I started at Emeryville. What a lovely lady she was. She use to make sure I walked every day with her and Elsie while I was pregnant. She was always so loving and concerned about all of us. I will miss her. My deepest condolences, Diana.

 

Carol Doi and family posted on 1/16/22

With deepest sympathies. Very saddened by her loss. She proudly displayed pictures of her grandchildren. Her laughter brightened our days. Her ribbon flowers are many reminders of her kindness and generosity.

 

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