EINFELDT, Richard Arthur
Richard (Ric) Einfeldt entered eternal life on June 24, 2015 after 1 1/2 year battle with cancer. Ric was born in Moline, Illinois, July 13, 1950. His parents were Warren and Audrey Einfeldt. Ric moved to Anaheim when he was 5. He went through school in Anaheim, graduation in '68 from Savannah. Ric served in the Navy from March ’69 to July ’70 receiving an honorable discharge.
Ric and Joan were married at St. Pius in Buena Park, 1978. That is were they bought a home and started their family .Ric was a meatcutter by trade for over 40 years. He worked at several grocery stores throughout his career including Safeway, Pavilions, and retired from Albertson's, Mission Viejo, 2010. He moved his family to Mission Viejo in 1986 where he continued to reside until present.
Ric was an active community member, volunteering with youth and beloved by all. Ric loved playing baseball and loved coaching his sons, Jeff and Joey, for many years in North Mission Viejo Little League. Ric, also, coached his sons in AYSO soccer and was Nation Chief for the Kiowa Indian Guides in the '80s & 90s. Ric enjoyed the great outdoors, fly-fishing, camping, and boating on, both, Lake Havasu and Lake Pend Oreille, in N. Idaho. A passion of his in retirement was golfing, especially enjoying Casta del Sol where the golf buddies all referred to it as "their club."
A Celebration of Ric’s life will be held on Friday, 7/17 @ 10 AM at Santiago de Compostela Catholic Church on Lake Forest and Trabuco in Lake Forest.
In lieu of flowers donations are asked to be sent to Special Olympics World Games 2015 in care of Debi Anderson- address 1433 Bryce Cir. Placentia, Ca 92870. Debi is Ric's beloved niece.
Also, donations can be made in Ric's name to Reverence Bible Church - 22081 Hildago, Mission Viejo, Ca, 92691 Kevin Otsuji –Pastor and mentor and friend to Ric Ric is survived by his wife, Joan, his sons, Jeff and Joey, and beloved sister, Pam Anderson and family, of Placentia, CA. Also, he is survived by sister-in-law Maureen Davis and family of Lake Havasu, Az. Ric will be greatly missed by all his family members. His family asks for prayers at this difficult time.
Florinda Francisca was born to Francisco Penson Donesa and Francisca Bona Donesa on October 16, 1924 in Iloilo, a province of the Philippines. She was the second oldest of nine children. Her father was a colonel in the Filipino Army. Florinda, better known as Flory, lived with her father, mother, brothers and sisters until she was married to Antonio Munoz in 1942. They had three children; Floreen Mary Ann Munoz, Theresa Agnes Munoz and Antonio Munoz Jr. Their marriage was later dissolved. In the 1950s Flory became employed with the U.S. American International Development agency in Manila, Philippines. In 1960 she met Charles Wallace Kelly of the United States Marine Corps, who was a guard for the USAID. They were married in North Carolina in 1962. Over the course of the next six years they moved several times and had three children; Charles Wallace Kelly Jr who was born in North Carolina, Jean Kelly born in 29 Palms and Lawrence William Kelly born in Hawaii. After continuing to move around, as most military families do, the Kellys finally settled in Mission Viejo, California in 1972. Charles senior eventually retired from the Marine Corps which enabled them to stay in Mission Viejo. Flory has spent the last 43 years living in the same house. Many happy memories were made having her home filled with family and friends. Cooking, laughing and playing Mahjong in the kitchen were common activities in the Kelly household. Besides being a loving mother, wife and devoted Catholic, she worked as a noon aid for local elementary schools and worked at the Holiday Inn off La Paz Road for many years. Flory loved to shop and go on trips with family and friends. She always had a smile on her face and calm demeanor no matter what a situation might have been. In her words, “it’s ok, love. Everything will be alright”.
Her love for her family and her faith filled her life with much joy and happiness. In her last moments she lifted her hand up and took Jesus’ hand. She is now resting in peace eternally with the loved ones that have gone before her and that thought gives comfort to the loved ones she has left behind.
Florinda is survived by her two sisters Felicitas Donesa Sajo and Francis Donesa Carlos, daughters Floreen Suplemento, Theresa Agnes Montano and Jean Kelly, son Charles Kelly Jr and son and daughter-in-law Lawrence and Erika Kelly. She’s also survived by her grandchildren Eric Suplemento, Michael Flowers, Yvonne Hubbard, Chito Quinio, Paulo Quinio, JR Montano, Kristen Kelly, MacKenzie Kelly, Katrina Kelly, Ryan Kelly and Keira Kelly, and by great-grandchildren Nayla, Malia, Ian, Byron, Kailani, Renzo, Coby, Aivana, Julio & Kiera.
Visitation will be held Monday, June 22, 2015 from 4:00 to 8:00 PM with a Rosary Recital at 7:00 PM at Fairhaven Memorial Services Chapel, 27856 Center Drive, Mission Viejo, CA 92692.
Mass will be Celebrated on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 10:30 AM at St. Kilians Catholic Church, 26872 Estanciero Dr., Mission Viejo, CA 92691.
Interment to follow at Riverside National Cemetery.
FREASE, Mary Margaret
FREASE, Mary Margaret, 91 of Mission Viejo, passed away peacefully June 16, 2015. Mary was born in Kentucky on April 25, 1924. She accomplished much in her life, a lengthy career of over 60 years of Nursing which started with serving in the Army. A devoted Wife, Mother of 4, Grandmother of 6 & Great grandmother of 11, a truly wonderful family woman. A Celebration of Mary's life will be held at Fairhaven Memorial Services Chapel, 27856 Center Dr, Mission Viejo, CA 92692, Saturday 06.27.2015 commencing at 2pm. A Reception will follow directly within the Reception Center of Fairhaven Memorial Services.
Joseph Pasquariello passed away on 06-02-2015 in Rancho Santa Margarita. Joseph is survived by his wife Maria , daughters- Laura Bozek and Lisa Brabender. Son-in-Laws,Michael Bozek and Dan Brabender. His two sisters- Frannie Sadlo and Rachel Medoro. Brother Camillo Pasquariello. Brother-in-law Frank Moll and sister-in-law Ale Moll.
Ryan Ubay-Ubay, born February 26, 1993 in Garden Grove, California, passed away early morning on June 12, 2015. He spent his life growing up in Rancho Santa Margarita, California where he attended Trabuco Hills High School. During high school he helped out at church as an altar server. After high school, he attended Irvine Valley Community College. Ryan loved art and photography and spent his time during college to further pursue enriching his craft. He would spend lots of time endlessly drawing and sketching out in his sketchbook dreaming of becoming an artist. His other various hobbies included playing the piano, tennis and swimming. Ryan will be remembered for his immense kindness and respect to others. He will be dearly missed by his family and friends. Church services will be held on June 22 at San Francisco Solano Catholic Church, Rancho Santa Margarita at 10:00AM.