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Lynda Lee

Lynda Lee Aldape-Mateo

Passed away unexpectedly March 4th, 2018 at the age of 45. She is the cherished mother of Rafael D’Angelo Mateo, Zaria Lenneal Mateo, and Diego Ariel Soto- Aldape. She was the Beloved daughter of Cruz Nilda Aldape, and the late Daniel Aldape Avendano. Loving sister of the late Jose Daniel Aldape, Nilda Socorro Morales and spouse Jose Concepcion Morales, Juan Ramon Aldape and spouse Sandra Aldape, Ada Nivia Vento and spouse Steven Vincente Vento, Josue Manuel Aldape and spouse Connie Aldape, and her niece Daisy Lecruz Aldape whom was always considered as her little sister. Further survived by many other relatives and Friends. .

Visitation Friday, March 9, 2018 at the Niemann Suminski Funeral Home 2486 S Kinnickinnic Ave Milwaukee, Wi 53207 from 10:00 AM until time of the Funeral Service at 12:30 PM.

if desired memorials to the Aldape-Mateo Family would be appreciated.

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Mamas we been through so much together, and were always there for each other at any time. We would sit for hours and just share our life and laugh, cry and or encourage one another! You always had a smile and helped so many people and families in the case work you did and organizations you worked for. You will be remembered for the amazing spirit you carried with you and it was contagious! You always put others’ needs before your own. I will always love my Lynda, my mamas, and I know your faith and spirit are among the angels, you suffered enough, now watch over us from above and visit from time to time! I miss you, love you and can’t wait for our souls to meet again

Donna Rongholt-Migan

I am so sad to hear of Lynda’s passing. She worked for Cathedral Center for such a short time, but her personality and energy left a lasting imprint on those of us who worked with her. Zaria – I still have your school picture in my office. I love your smile and remember your little girl energy so well. I remember Deigo’s birth and how excited Lynda was to be his mom, to be mom to you all. I know how much she loved her children. May peace find you during these difficult days. My deepest sympathies to all who loved her.

Raquel Questell

So many memories I have of you Lynda. I remember when I met you & Sokie through my bro Javier RIP. I can go back to 88′ when I graduated from Walker Middle School. You, Sokie, my bro & Wichi came to pick me up all laughing, happy, you w/that beautiful smile. When Checo RIP got married we danced away cause that’s just what we did. When I would go to the Clubs w/you & Sokie we enjoyed dancing & living life. When you & Fito would pick me up to just go chill by your house to listen to Freestyle when Dee was a baby & you were pregnant w/Zaira. You were a sweet person. I will always keep you in my heart Lynda. I hurt a lot. If you didn’t know how much I loved you well now you do. You were like a sister. You, Sokie & Adi were the sisters I always wanted. I respect your family. Your father RIP was what I call a REAL ”G”. To the Aldape & Flores Family you have my love & respect always. RIP Lynda. Love your little sis.


I worked with Lynda for a few years at The Guest House when she was my supervisor. She was warm, bubbly, kind and loved her three children more than anything in the world. She taught me how to be a great case manager and always had my back when problems arose with clients. She may have been tiny, but she was a force to reckon with. However, I will miss her amazing sense of humor, kindness, and laughter the most.

Alan Parks

I miss you more than words can say. You entered my heart with that beautiful smile the first day we met, and you’ve lived there ever since. My memories will have to do until I see you again. Thanks for always being here for me, I’ll never forget you. I love you lil one, rest easy. I’ll see you when I get there.


i miss my mom she would never yell at me and she was the best at least i am beloved by the rest of my family #RIPMOMBLESSED

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