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Maurilio Chavez

Jun 19, 1960 - Oct 28, 2023

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Lake Elsinore, CA

Padre nuestro que estas en los cielos Santificado sea tu Nombre Venga tu reino Hagase tu voluntad En la tierra como en el cielo Danos hoy el pan de este dia y perdona nuestras deudas como nosotros perdonamos nuestros deudores y no nos dejes caer en la tentacion sino que libranos del malo. Amen. To to the family or in memory of Maurilio R Chavez, please

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