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Lillian "Lilly" Rios

June 02, 1955 - December 20, 2022
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Lillian "Lilly" Rios

June 02, 1955 - December 20, 2022

Lillian “Lilly” Rios lived a full beautiful life of 67 years. She gained her angel wings December 20, 2022, and was born on June 2, 1955. Lillian is preceded in death by her parents, Joaquin and Socorro Carranza, and also her son, Edward “Blue” Rios. Lillian is survived by her husband or 44 years, Richard Rios; and by her side her children, Priscilla, Nicole, and Roxie (Frank) Romero.  Lilly was the oldest of 5 children, brothers Joaquin Jr “Jack” (Sandra), Albert (Martina), Johnny (Brenda) Carranza, and sister Jenny (David) Serrato. Surrounded with 16 grandchildren, Mya (Gabriel), Roman, Alize, Emma, Ezra, Janelle, Angel, Roxanne (Joey), Annette (Caesar), Rosanne (Jesus), Anthony, Aida (Arturo), Franky, Iesha, and Chevy. Her 21 great grandchildren, Giovanni Bluue, Anaiis, Alycia, Candido, Lokepa, Eanna, Cecilia, Caesar, Julian, Mi’ah, Xiomara, Amaris, Jesus Jr, Giselle, Aleyah, Amaris, Xcelia, Arturo Jr, Maleyah, Zenaida, and Jordan. Her 6 god-children, Davina, Daniel, Stephanie, Kimberly, Julien, Jennifer and Izzy, Desiree.
She was a beautician for 48 years and she enjoyed going on vacation with her family. Her hobbies were shopping, watching lifetime/Hallmark movies, cooking for her family and friends, she also enjoyed couponing. She was always prepared to play Cadillac always having her cash box by her side. Lilly and her Husband loved going to the movies and dancing together. She loved having sleep overs with her grandkids and enjoyed having coffee in the morning. Lillian Ann Rios will forever live in our hearts and will never be forgotten, she will be greatly missed. 
Goodbyes are not forever, goodbyes are not the end, it simply means I’ll miss you until we meet again.
Sincerely The Rios and Carranza Family

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Jennifer Valenzuela Tia I miss you so much. I catch my self daily wanting 2 call and see how ur feeling or where we were gonna meet for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Lol. I'm going 2 miss our weekend hangouts. I am so blessed and thankful for these past couple years how close we got and will cherish all our memories. I know you are no longer suffering and in a better place. I love u Tia
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