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Guadalupe Duran Gonzales

1944 - 2021

Santa Ana born in Delta CO


Guadalupe Gonzales, also known as Ruby, 76, of Santa  Ana passed away on February 14, 2021.   She bravely and courageously battled COVID for two months before being called Home.  For a woman so loved and who loved so strongly, it was fitting that she passed on a day of love.

Ruby is survived by her husband Robert, her 3 children; Robert, Christopher (Angie), and Aimee Gonzales, 2 grandchildren; Cole and Knox Bagley, sisters; Margie (Joe) Ramirez, Linda (Ron)...

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Eileen Perez

February 23, 2021 6:13 AM

Although we weren’t ready to say goodbye, you’ve left us with so many cherished memories. Thank you for being the best sister anyone could ask for. I miss picking up the phone to talk to you and also seeing all your FB posts. I’m comforted knowing you are up above with our loved ones and you are strong and at peace. Love you forever sister. ♥️♥️Until we meet again.

Annette Araiza

February 22, 2021 9:31 PM

I will miss my cousin Ruby's love and great sense of humor.  She would check to see how I was doing after my mom passed and always knew when I needed a good laugh. We would talk about her love of the Eagles and how she loved following popular criminal trials. When there was a widely popular trial in AZ she had me send her updates and I even was able to get her an autographed business card of the prosecuting attorney made out to her personally.  Loved how she enjoyed life. Love you Ruby. 

Rebecca Zettle

February 21, 2021 8:21 PM

I love you Auntie our beautiful soul


February 19, 2021 11:33 AM

Oh mom, you sure packed a lifetime of love, laughter and memories in our 41 years together. Though of course my heart is sad that our journey together physically ended, I am so happy (and relieved) that you are Home. My heart is filled with so much gratitude that you were my mom and the boys’ Grandma/Nama. Grateful that you gave them a lifetime of memories in your short time with them. We will always talk about you and take you with us wherever we go. Love you, my best girl.

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