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Armando Misael

Lopez, Armando Misael
Passed away on Sunday, May 22, 2016. Infant son of Orbelindo Lopez and Monia Mitchem. Brother of Alexzander, Andrew and Ana. Further survived by many other relatives and friends.
Visitation Monday, June 6, from 11:00 AM until 12:00 PM at Risen Savior Lutheran Church, 9550 W. Brown Deer Rd., followed by the Funeral Service at 12:00 PM. Interment Sunnyside Cemetery, Lannon, WI.
Heritage Funeral Home
New Berlin Chapel
16880 W. National Ave. (262)901-1140

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Shelley Houston

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Monia Mitchem

To my handsome son, I held you close to my heart, felt you move kick and play for eight long months and then in a blink of an eye you were gone. I held you one time after. That’s that happest and saddest moment of my life. My heart and soul mourn for you. The dreams me and daddy had for you. You were gonna be our little soccer player the way you kicked mommy all the time. But the Lord had a different plan for us. You are now in a place where thiers no pain or sorrow only love, happiness and joy. And I couldn’t be happier for you. So until the day God calls me home to join you. I will love and miss you from here. If only the sky could open;
And his dear little face I could see;
Oh, what a wonderful feeling;
I know would come over me.
But he is with the Angels;
Far from sin and pain;
Where Jesus said: “Believe in Me;
And thou shalt see him again. I love you always and forever my sweet little boy.

Tiffany Mitchem

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Kathy Marie

Baby nephew of mine.. I will always love and miss you until we meet again.. sorry we couldn’t spend more time together but I promise you baby boy you will never leave my mind nor my heart.. you just keep looking down on us and spend time with our loved ones in heaven.. te quiero mucho papi..

Veronica Wood

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Monia Kosidowski

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