Consuelo “Connie” Coronado (maiden name Ruiz), Phoenix, Arizona. She was born in Bard, California January 20, 1935. She died peacefully on May 18, 2018. Connie is survived by Husband Richard C. Coronado, 4 Children; Lois, Richard, Margaret, Robert; 6 Grandchildren; Lissette, Nathan, Spencer, Alexis, Miranda, Robby; 6 Brothers; 3 Sisters; 3 Great-Grandchildren; Adrian, Amirrah, Natalia. Services to be held Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home, 4800 W. Indian School Road, Phoenix. A Viewing will be held from 9:00 A.M. – 11:00 A.M. with a Rosary and Dedications at 11:00 A.M. with Burial to follow at West Rest Haven Cemetery, 6290 W. Northern Avenue, in Glendale. A Reception will be held at Post 41 American Legion, 715 S 2nd Avenue in Phoenix from 1:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Mom, love you and miss you mucho mas. Don’t hassle the angels too much. Your #1 Lois
Dolly Rodriguez Ybarra
My condolences to the family. I remember Mrs. Coronado was a big presence in our childhood, Homeroom Mother, Girl Scouts, sports, etc. Both were very involved and that’s what I remember most. She always treated us as her own. Rest with the Angels. ❤
Prayers and Love
My condolences to the Coronado/Ruiz family, may God’s supreme Love and Peace surround you all. May the many wonderful memories of my Tia fill that void left behind as she ascended to Heaven , I know that she left me with some amazing memories, from the great song she sang to my Mom , the love she always gave me and especially the last recording I have of her with her Sisters. I will cherish that video always, it shows how awesome unconditional love is for our siblings, I laugh every time I hear it, it was like watching the Ya Ya Sisterhood movie. It is so important that we never forget that Love is the answer and as long as we share it, God will be happy. I know that God is so happy with her because she showed love to me and my whole family always and she is having a blast up there with my Dad and everyone else up there. “I miss you Tia, enjoy the dance until we meet again”
Tia Connie!! I love and miss you dearly! Please watch over all of us, until we meet again!
I miss you Narnar, my pasa….. Cause I love you, a bushel and a peck…. You bet your purdy neck I do.
I adore you too, always.
Your #1 granddaughter
Mom, it’s been 4 months and the keen pain of missing you has not diminished one bit. I think of you each and every day. Dad finds something every day to remember you by as well. It hurts to watch him. You were and always will be the love of his life…and ours too mom. Love you mucho mas…