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Angelica Trevino

September 29, 1937 — April 10, 2024

Pasadena

Angelica Altagracia Trevino Olivo, 86, of Pasadena, Texas, was called to heaven on April 10, 2024.

Angelica was born on September 29, 1937 to Graciano and Esther M. Olivo in Monterrey, Mexico. She grew up surrounded by her loving parents and was the oldest of 9 children. Her siblings are: Mine Olivo, Cristina O. Marin, Idalia Salinas, Gloria O. Raya, Jorge Olivo, Graciano I| Olivo, Elizabeth Olivo, and Sonia

O. Gutierrez; whom she loved dearly.

After marrying her husband, Reynol Treviño, in January 29, 1960, they moved to Chicago, Illinois. From Chicago, they made their way to El Sereno, California where they formed their family of 4 children:

Reynol Jr., Ruben, Adriana, and Angelica. They later moved to Pasadena, Texas in 1978 where they have lived ever since. They were married for 43 years.

Angelica was a hard worker, using her special cooking skills, which she loved to do, and displayed her talent on many occasions for others to enjoy. After she retired, she remained active in doing the things that brought her joy.

Among her favorite activities was spending time with her family, which filled her heart with much happiness. There were countless extended family gatherings held at her house and so many beautiful memories made. The joys of seeing family laughing, dancing, eating, and enjoying each other were priceless. Her favorite foods were chicken flautas and cheese enchiladas! No one was ever hungry at her house- she would quickly create delicious meals and everyone was left with a full belly and even had leftovers to take home! She loved having her pet parakeets and canaries- they brought her such joy.

She also loved enticing her grandkids to sneak her little snacks and things she knew she was not allowed to eat. She will be missed dearly.

Angelica was preceded in death by her parents, Graciano and Esther M. Olivo, and her husband, Reynol Treviño.

She is survived by her son Reynol Jr., son Ruben and Christy daughter Adriana and Ezequiel, daughter Angelica and Luis, her siblings, and countless family members and friends.

She was a beloved grandmother to 10 grandchildren: Ray & Tina Treviño, Robert & Amber Treviño, Randy & Ashley Treviño, Alexa Treviño, Ariana & Winston Pullin, Briana & Gabriel Garcia, Luis Martinez, Jeremiah Martinez, Thenasis Pappakirikos, and Lindsey & Enrique Magna; and 8 greatgrandchildren: Ray

Jr. Treviño, Brooke Treviño, Isabella Treviño, Gabriel Treviño, Adalyn Treviño, Ryan Treviño, Aron Treviño, Ruby Treviño, Kyler Garrison, and Millie Magna.

 

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