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Enriqueta Hernandez

Birth Date: June 3, 1935
Death Date: October 9, 2017

Enriqueta Hernandez 82 years of age from Spring Valley, CA passed away on October 9, 2017 at Paradise Valley Hospital in National City, California. She was born on June 3, 1935 in Mexicali, Mexico to Juan and Herminia Lozano. She grew up and attended school in Mexicali. She married and moved to San Diego County where she was a homemaker for 64 years.
Enriqueta was a fantastic cook and loved to take care of her garden. She had a great love for animals; dogs, cats, birds and especially turtles and tortoise’s. She will be greatly missed but we have many great memories of time spent together.
She is survived by her daughter Imelda Leyva of San Diego, CA; her sons Juan San Vicente(Charla) of Lakeside, CA; Jose San Vicente of Spring Valley, CA and Anthony Hernandez of Spring Valley, CA. Her sisters Delores Velarde (Lauro) of San Diego, CA and Sandra Guerrero (Francisco) of Mexicali, Mexico. 15 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; 2 great great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and great great-nieces and nephews; relatives and friends.
She is preceded in death by her husband Tony Hernandez; her son George San Vicente; her sister Raquel Salas and brother Arturo Lozano

Visitation
October 18, 2017
10:00 am
- 1:00 pm
Garden Chapel at Greenwood
4300 Imperial Ave. San Diego, CA 92113
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Funeral Service
October 18, 2017
1:00 pm
- 2:00 pm
Garden Chapel at Greenwood
4300 Imperial Ave. San Diego, CA 92113
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  1. Enriquera Hernandez

    Written by: Imelda

    Mom I miss you so much. David, Joey, Fernando and Rosie miss and love you. I can’t stop thinking about you,I miss talk to you every day. You would diver me crazy calling me 20 to 30 time a day. And now I wish you would call me one more time. I can’t stop crying. I wanted my mom Love You Mom. Your daughter Mela

  2. I miss you

    Written by: Charla San Vicente

    Mama, I have so many memories with you from the last 41 years. … You had to take me to a doctor appointment when I was pregnant with Lil Juan. My doctor was in North Park and you didn’t drive on the freeway so we drove down University Ave all the way there and back. I was new to the family and we didn’t talk very much, It was the longest trip ever… Then there was the time I offered to help you and Imelda make tamales, I took so long making one that you guys kicked me out of the kitchen. I think I made 1 tamale…. I now make my own tamales with my girls, it only took 36 years to get you to tell me how to make them 🙂 and I was so nervous when Kiki took them to you to eat. I anxiously awaited your approval and was soooo happy that you said they were really good. You were with me when I gave birth to Charlene, you turned sheet white but had the biggest smile behind the surgical mask… When we drove my dad’s motor home to San Felipe and played cards all the way down, you had so much fun in the house on wheels. You were more than a mother in-law to me, you were my second mom. You taught me a lot about taking care of home and family. You taught me how to cook, but I will never live up to your cooking, who could. I don’t have the passion for it that you did. After all these years, Kiki and the kids have finally stopped saying ” that’s not how Nana does it”. 🙂

    I love you more than you know and will miss you so much.
    Charla

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