Carmen Limon

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Carmen 
Limon

Limon, Carmen Sr.
Born to eternal life on Friday, May 24, 2013 age 82 years. Survived by his wife of 60 years Patro (nee Ruiz). Loving father of Carmen Jr., Maria, Martha, John, Anna, Rebecca (David) Perez, Richard, Steve and Stefanie. Further survived by his grandchildren, great-grandchildren other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Leon, Frank and Arnold; sisters, Santos, Helen and Mary and his daughter, Juanita Plantz and grandson Philip Limon.
Visitation Thursday, May 30 at the funeral home from 10:00 am – 12:45 pm with funeral service at 1:00 pm. Private interment at St. Adalbert Cemetery.
Carmen was a longtime member of Holy Trinity Our Lady of Guadalupe Church and a retiree of Rexnord.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Klemmer-Scheuerell-Johnson-Reiss
6615 W. Oklahoma Ave. 414-321-7440
Guest Book & Directions
www.heritagefuneral.com

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  1. Stefanie May 7, 2020 at 7:50 pm - Reply

    Dad,

    It’s been 7yrs since your passing. The two main images memories I always have when I think about you are from when I was in high school playing softball. You always came to my games and we always went out for dinner afterwards. Just the two of us no matter how badly we lost you talked about how I played like I won the world series to whoever would listen. The other memory is the night of your passing. We were able to talk to each other that night which made the news of you having passed just few moments after I left your bedside seem unreal. I felt bad that I left yet comfort because I simply asked you if you knew how much I loved you and you said yes. You held my hand and then asked if I knew how much you loved me. All I could do to hold back the tears was smile and say I could never doubt it cuz it always shows in your eyes like when you would come to my games and how we would talk about them over dinner. You said you were scared cuz you were going alone. I said you will never be alone physically or spiritually.. we all love you so much that nothing not time, space or death can break that bond we have for you. I still think about you, mom and my Omaha everyday.. I miss you all so much and my love is so deep that it still hurts. So I hold onto our dinners after games and oiling our baseball gloves and having been able to say a proper goodbye. I live you greatly more than ever and it will simply continue to grow.

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