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Gabriella Verdugo

Dec 01, 1990 - Dec 01, 2023

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Chandler, AZ

Gabriella Krystal Verdugo was born October 3 , 1990, to Patty and Ruben Verdugo. She danced to heavens gates on November 25th, 2023. Not only a daughter, but Gabby was a sister to her brother's Ruben Angel and Kevin Julius. A mother to Julius Angel, Juliana Reign and Joseph Ezekiel, and a partner to Joseph Quihuis. Granddaughter to Ricardo Castillo Sr and Paula (Polly) Castillo and preceded in death by grandparents Jose Verdugo and Margarita Yocupicio. While it's tragic to think about Gabby leav...Read More

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Chandler, AZ

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Thomas Allen Baker

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Chandler, AZ

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