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Joseph Keating

Oct 02, 1983 - Nov 15, 2023

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Camarillo, CA

Joseph Patrick Keating III (AKA Joey) age 40 passed away surrounded by his loving family.Son of Joeph P Keating Jr and Catherine Keating (Morin) of Canoga Park, CA.Joey was born on October 2, 1983 in Attleboro MA.Beloved brother of Lauren Hite (husband Justin Hite), William Keating, Julia Keating (Brandon Evans). Also survived by his maternal grandmother Juliana Morin, nephew Charlie Hite, many aunts, uncles, cousins, his love Chloe Villano, countless friends & beloved pet pup, White Fang...Read More

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Simeona Miana

Feb 18, 1935 - Feb 13, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

Simeona “Mona” Miana, was born in Kealia, Kauai (Hawaii) on February 18, 1935. A Camarillo Resident of 50 years who passed away on February 13, 2024, five days before her 89th Birthday. Mona, a.k.a. “Precy,” was a proud parent and a mother to six children; daughters Lu Miana (husband Bob Casanova), Marie Hiton (husband Joey Hiton), Shirley Acosta (husband Val Acosta), Lisa Miana, sons Lee Miana, and Cyres Miana. She had this innate and uncanny ability to grow or revive any plant, vegetable, flower, or tree, due to her passion for gardening. It was something she enjoyed doing with her husband, the late, Leonido Sr. Her prized plant was the Orchid and she had many different colors adorning her home, inside and out. When Mona was at a young age, her mother, Pelagia, along with brother, Douglas Ocampo and sister, Auprie Evelyn Fernandez, moved from Hawaii to the Philippines while her father Roman Ocampo stayed behind. There, she attended college and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. She also met her husband Leonido Sr., who enlisted in the Philippine Air Force shortly after their marriage. As a young couple, they started a family with 4 children; 3 girls and 1 boy. After her husband retired from the military in 1972, Mona wanted to raise her children in a better place with more opportunities so they moved to Honolulu, Hawaii for a year and gave birth to another son. After spending a year in Hawaii, the Miana Family was on the move once again. This time, they were headed to Camarillo, California where Mona gave birth to her 4th daughter and Camarillo became their final home. Mona put her degree to use while working in accounting for companies like Power One and 3M. She also worked for Semtech Semiconductor, Johanson Technologies and Technicolor. After retiring, she realized she had too much time on her hands and wanted to give back to the community while staying busy. She and her husband volunteered for several Adult Daycare Centers while joining a couple of Filipino-American Organization chapters. Anyone who knew Mona Miana, a.k.a. “Precy,” will tell you that she genuinely cared for others. She often helped those in need, whether it was a family member, co-worker, or a neighbor. More importantly, she and her husband made sacrifices working a full-time job while caring for her grandchildren from the ages of newborn infant to toddler so her children didn’t have to stress over finding childcare. She was a busy Grandmother to 12 grandchildren; Stephany Sanque (husband Robert Sanque), Matthew Miana (wife Alysha Miana), Justin Hiton, Brittany Hiton, Kelsey Hiton, Nicholas Miana (wife Jaclyn Miana), Alyssa Miana, Madison Miana, Brianna Miana, Mekayla Hipolito, Ethan Hipolito, Enzo Hipolito and 6 Great Grandchildren; Kaden Hiton, Charlotte Dunn, Alexandria Miana, Sierra Miana, Marcus Miana, and the newest edition, baby Leo Miana. We will miss Mona and her unique personality that made her stand out from the rest. It’s without any doubt that she is happy to be joining her husband Leonido Miana, Sr. and son, Cyres Miana, in heaven. For those who are interested in attending services, the Viewing will be held at Conejo Mountain Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 2052 Howard Road, Camarillo, CA on Thursday February 22, 2024 between the hours of 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Rosary to begin at 5:00 PM and the Vigil at 6:00 PM. Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, February 23rd at St. Mary Magdalen Church, 25 North Las Posas Road, Camarillo, CA, at 10:00 AM. Internment will follow at Conejo Mountain Funeral Home and Memorial Park.

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Simeona Miana

Feb 18, 1935 - Feb 13, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

Simeona “Mona” Miana, was born in Kealia, Kauai (Hawaii) on February 18, 1935. A Camarillo Resident of 50 years who passed away on February 13, 2024, five days before her 89th Birthday. Mona, a.k.a. “Precy,” was a proud parent and a mother to six children; daughters Lu Miana (husband Bob Casanova), Marie Hiton (husband Joey Hiton), Shirley Acosta (husband Val Acosta), Lisa Miana, sons Lee Miana, and Cyres Miana. She had this innate and uncanny ability to grow or revive any plant, vegetable, flower, or tree, due to her passion for gardening. It was something she enjoyed doing with her husband, the late, Leonido Sr. Her prized plant was the Orchid and she had many different colors adorning her home, inside and out. When Mona was at a young age, her mother, Pelagia, along with brother, Douglas Ocampo and sister, Auprie Evelyn Fernandez, moved from Hawaii to the Philippines while her father Roman Ocampo stayed behind. There, she attended college and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. She also met her husband Leonido Sr., who enlisted in the Philippine Air Force shortly after their marriage. As a young couple, they started a family with 4 children; 3 girls and 1 boy. After her husband retired from the military in 1972, Mona wanted to raise her children in a better place with more opportunities so they moved to Honolulu, Hawaii for a year and gave birth to another son. After spending a year in Hawaii, the Miana Family was on the move once again. This time, they were headed to Camarillo, California where Mona gave birth to her 4th daughter and Camarillo became their final home. Mona put her degree to use while working in accounting for companies like Power One and 3M. She also worked for Semtech Semiconductor, Johanson Technologies and Technicolor. After retiring, she realized she had too much time on her hands and wanted to give back to the community while staying busy. She and her husband volunteered for several Adult Daycare Centers while joining a couple of Filipino-American Organization chapters. Anyone who knew Mona Miana, a.k.a. “Precy,” will tell you that she genuinely cared for others. She often helped those in need, whether it was a family member, co-worker, or a neighbor. More importantly, she and her husband made sacrifices working a full-time job while caring for her grandchildren from the ages of newborn infant to toddler so her children didn’t have to stress over finding childcare. She was a busy Grandmother to 12 grandchildren; Stephany Sanque (husband Robert Sanque), Matthew Miana (wife Alysha Miana), Justin Hiton, Brittany Hiton, Kelsey Hiton, Nicholas Miana (wife Jaclyn Miana), Alyssa Miana, Madison Miana, Brianna Miana, Mekayla Hipolito, Ethan Hipolito, Enzo Hipolito and 6 Great Grandchildren; Kaden Hiton, Charlotte Dunn, Alexandria Miana, Sierra Miana, Marcus Miana, and the newest edition, baby Leo Miana. We will miss Mona and her unique personality that made her stand out from the rest. It’s without any doubt that she is happy to be joining her husband Leonido Miana, Sr. and son, Cyres Miana, in heaven. For those who are interested in attending services, the Viewing will be held at Conejo Mountain Funeral Home and Memorial Park, 2052 Howard Road, Camarillo, CA on Thursday February 22, 2024 between the hours of 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM, Rosary to begin at 5:00 PM and the Vigil at 6:00 PM. Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, February 23rd at St. Mary Magdalen Church, 25 North Las Posas Road, Camarillo, CA, at 10:00 AM. Internment will follow at Conejo Mountain Funeral Home and Memorial Park.

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Priscilla Eufrosina Balangue Sacolles

Jan 01, 1933 - Feb 02, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

Priscilla “Eufrosina” Balangue Sacolles was born on January 1, 1933, in Binalonan, Pangasinan, Philippines. She passed away peacefully on February 2, 2024, at home surrounded by family and loved ones. Priscilla was 91 years old. She was a lifelong resident of Camarillo, CA and a parishioner of St. Mary Magdalen Church. She was affectionately known as “Mama” by her grandchildren. Priscilla is survived by her 4 children: Perla Felix (husband George Felix Jr.), Raphael Sacolles Jr. (wife Nicole Sacolles), Edwin Sacolles (wife Marli Sacolles), and Jeremy Sacolles (wife Lyndee Sacolles). She is also survived by 13 grandchildren that will miss her dearly. Priscilla is preceded in death by her parents, husband, and her 5 brothers. Priscilla was born to Catalino and Carmen Balangue in the Philippines. She came to the United Staes in 1967 joining her husband, Rafael Sacolles Sr. She worked at Camarillo State Hospital in the Dietetics department for almost 20 years. While raising her children, she was an active parishioner at St. Mary Magdalen Church where she volunteered her time in various church activities. After retiring, she volunteered with the Ventura County Meals on Wheels program where she enjoyed serving others that were in need. Priscilla was a lot of things, including strong-willed and sometimes even a little stubborn. She would at times frustrate her children to no end as she aged. However, Priscilla had a loving heart and would always make time for her children and grandchildren. She will be remembered by her love of cooking and enjoying welcoming others in the loving environment of her home. When visiting her home, you will be fed abundantly whether you are hungry or not and will always have leftovers to take home. That is one of the many things that she will be remembered by. When her time came, she maintained her dignity and grace that is unique to only herself. She went surrounded by equal amounts of love that was a reflection of the love she gave others throughout her lifetime. We will all miss you so much. We would like to especially thank her hospice team, Access TLC, and her two warm and loving caregivers (Julie and Presca) for helping to provide comfort in her final days.

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Maria Isabel Rosas

Apr 24, 1941 - Feb 09, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

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Priscilla Eufrosina Balangue Sacolles

Jan 01, 1933 - Feb 02, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

Priscilla “Eufrosina” Balangue Sacolles was born on January 1, 1933, in Binalonan, Pangasinan, Philippines. She passed away peacefully on February 2, 2024, at home surrounded by family and loved ones. Priscilla was 91 years old. She was a lifelong resident of Camarillo, CA and a parishioner of St. Mary Magdalen Church. She was affectionately known as “Mama” by her grandchildren. Priscilla is survived by her 4 children: Perla Felix (husband George Felix Jr.), Raphael Sacolles Jr. (wife Nicole Sacolles), Edwin Sacolles (wife Marli Sacolles), and Jeremy Sacolles (wife Lyndee Sacolles). She is also survived by 13 grandchildren that will miss her dearly. Priscilla is preceded in death by her parents, husband, and her 5 brothers. Priscilla was born to Catalino and Carmen Balangue in the Philippines. She came to the United Staes in 1967 joining her husband, Rafael Sacolles Sr. She worked at Camarillo State Hospital in the Dietetics department for almost 20 years. While raising her children, she was an active parishioner at St. Mary Magdalen Church where she volunteered her time in various church activities. After retiring, she volunteered with the Ventura County Meals on Wheels program where she enjoyed serving others that were in need. Priscilla was a lot of things, including strong-willed and sometimes even a little stubborn. She would at times frustrate her children to no end as she aged. However, Priscilla had a loving heart and would always make time for her children and grandchildren. She will be remembered by her love of cooking and enjoying welcoming others in the loving environment of her home. When visiting her home, you will be fed abundantly whether you are hungry or not and will always have leftovers to take home. That is one of the many things that she will be remembered by. When her time came, she maintained her dignity and grace that is unique to only herself. She went surrounded by equal amounts of love that was a reflection of the love she gave others throughout her lifetime. We will all miss you so much. We would like to especially thank her hospice team, Access TLC, and her two warm and loving caregivers (Julie and Presca) for helping to provide comfort in her final days.

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Maria Isabel Rosas

Apr 24, 1941 - Feb 09, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

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Conchita J. Gasendo

May 01, 1929 - Feb 08, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

Conchita J. Gasendo was born on May 1, 1929 in the Philippines. She graduated from St. Paul’s School of Nursing and married a dashing and handsome chemical engineer, Leonardo Gasendo. They had one child, Leah. The family immigrated to Niagara Falls, Canada in 1966. In 1967, the family immigrated to Monterey Park, California, owing to the sponsorship of Fluor Corporation, Leo’s employer at that time. Leo and Conchita traveled extensively because of Leo’s job as a petrochemical engineer. Eventually, they retired happily to Leisure Village, Camarillo. Leo passed away in 2017. Conchita was the administrator of Alhambra Convalescent Home for approximately 35 years. She was a mentor to her staff, relatives and friends, was deeply religious, highly intelligent, and the life of many parties. She will be missed more than words can express. Conchita leaves behind her daughter, Leah, married to Robert Nishida, and grandchild, Kevin Gasendo.

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Conchita J. Gasendo

May 01, 1929 - Feb 08, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

Conchita J. Gasendo was born on May 1, 1929 in the Philippines. She graduated from St. Paul’s School of Nursing and married a dashing and handsome chemical engineer, Leonardo Gasendo. They had one child, Leah. The family immigrated to Niagara Falls, Canada in 1966. In 1967, the family immigrated to Monterey Park, California, owing to the sponsorship of Fluor Corporation, Leo’s employer at that time. Leo and Conchita traveled extensively because of Leo’s job as a petrochemical engineer. Eventually, they retired happily to Leisure Village, Camarillo. Leo passed away in 2017. Conchita was the administrator of Alhambra Convalescent Home for approximately 35 years. She was a mentor to her staff, relatives and friends, was deeply religious, highly intelligent, and the life of many parties. She will be missed more than words can express. Conchita leaves behind her daughter, Leah, married to Robert Nishida, and grandchild, Kevin Gasendo.

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Richard Loft M.D.

Feb 03, 1931 - Feb 08, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

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Richard Loft M.D.

Feb 03, 1931 - Feb 08, 2024

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Camarillo, CA

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