In memory of
Perez, Louise Granados Vildosola Born year of Our Lord Jesus 12-04-1917 in Crown King, AZ, and promoted 06-27-2014. Praise to you Jesus Christ for lending us your daughter, who taught us how to love and share. Mother wholeheartedly believed in Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son. Our Mother lived to serve others and care for their inner most needs. Because of her great constitution at 96½ years young, she enjoyed being around family and gatherings celebrating life's accomplishments. Louise graduated from Phoenix Union H.S. in 1934 ("fight on") and was the Homecoming Queen of that same year. The American Legion Auxiliary Post #41 was honored to have been guided because her presidency in 1971. During her term, the unit was awarded the prestige Bieri Award. Licha was a mentor to her unit and leaves a great legacy. She was a beloved member and will be greatly missed. In 2009, SRP and Latino Perspectives saluted Licha and others who served for its commitment to our community. She was a passionate seamstress. Oh, how she loved to make dolls and dresses for her granddaughters, relatives, special friends and knitted scarves for men. Our Mother was preceded in death of her parents Cenobio and Tomasa Perez and siblings, Raymond, Aaron, David, Moses, Nicanor, and her only sister, Carmen. Her son Robert Granados also passed at 4 years old but are joined together again. Also grandsons Rudy Jr. and Michael. She was a devoted homemaker and is survived by her children, Ralph Granados III, Rosalie Granados, Barbara Vargas, and Rudy Granados, She has 11 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren, and 12 great-great grandchildren and counting. What a joy! She loved to travel and now, traveling all over the universe. She was blessed to have seen Jerusalem where Jesus was born and is presently singing in the presence of Our Lord because she loved to sing. Our Mother pretty much came into the world the same way she went home. That's with Grace, Peace and Love. Homecoming Queen takes on a whole different meaning. A memorial service will be held to celebrate her life and Spirit of this wonderful woman. Visitation will be at Greer Mortuary 5921 W. Thomas Rd. July 2nd, Viewing will be from 8am-10am. Mass will be held at St. Mathews 320 N. 20th Dr. beginning at 11:30am. Interment will follow on the grounds of St. Francis Cemetery (south end) where she'll be laid to rest with her husband, Ralph O. Granados Jr. at 2033 N. 49th St. For life is but a gift that God lends to everyone.
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