In memory of
ARLENE HAMILTON
In memory of
ARLENE HAMILTON
Arlene was called to Heaven on December 24, 2020 after a lengthy illness while living in Fort Worth, TX. Arlene was a fighter, being a cancer survivor. With her illnesses she always had a smile on her face. Arlene enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Arlene was a huge Willie Nelson fan, Making her kids listen to his albums over and over. Arlene began working as crime prevention clerk with the Imperial County Sheriff's Office. She worked her way up and retired as a correctional officer, with the rank of sergeant. She was preceded in death by her parents, Albert and Marie Zanetti and brother, Henry Zanetti. Arlene is survived by her children, Robert (Lupe) Hamilton, Barbara (Joe) Armstrong, Wayne (Mona) Strobeck and Victoria (Rigo) Vera; brother, Albert (Lorri) Zanetti; numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A memorial page has been setup at never-gone.com/arlenehamilton
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In memory of
ARLENE HAMILTON
Arlene was called to Heaven on December 24, 2020 after a lengthy illness while living in Fort Worth, TX. Arlene was a fighter, being a cancer survivor. With her illnesses she always had a smile on her face. Arlene enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Arlene was a huge Willie Nelson fan, Making her kids listen to his albums over and over. Arlene began working as crime prevention clerk with the Imperial County Sheriff's Office. She worked her way up and retired as a correctional officer, with the rank of sergeant. She was preceded in death by her parents, Albert and Marie Zanetti and brother, Henry Zanetti. Arlene is survived by her children, Robert (Lupe) Hamilton, Barbara (Joe) Armstrong, Wayne (Mona) Strobeck and Victoria (Rigo) Vera; brother, Albert (Lorri) Zanetti; numerous grandchildren, nieces and nephews. A memorial page has been setup at never-gone.com/arlenehamilton
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