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Milsa Azucena Torres

April 5, 1970 — January 2, 2024

Palmdale, California

Milsa Azucena Torres, a beloved homemaker, passed away on January 2, 2024, in Westwood, California. She was born on April 5, 1970, in Betania, Guatemala. Milsa's loving nature and unwavering devotion to her family defined her life and left an indelible mark on all who crossed her path.

Milsa's career as a homemaker was not just a job but a calling. Her passion lay in creating a nurturing and loving home for her children. She poured her heart into every aspect of homemaking, ensuring that her family felt safe, cherished, and cared for. Her dedication to motherhood was unparalleled and she took great joy in witnessing her children's success in everything they pursued.

As a person, Milsa exuded happiness and had an incredible social spirit. She possessed a rare selflessness that touched the lives of everyone around her. Milsa always put others before herself and found genuine happiness in supporting and uplifting those she loved. Being a devout woman of God, she found solace and strength in her faith, which guided her through both joyous and challenging times.

Milsa had an adventurous side too - one that met life with enthusiasm and curiosity. She met her husband Jaime Torres while attending English school together. In true Milsa fashion, she playfully hid among the bushes to determine his availability before starting to date him. This bold move epitomized the spirited nature that defined their connection.

One of Milsa's greatest joys came from cooking delicious meals for her family. Traditional Mexican dishes like birria, tamales, caldo de albondigas, and enchiladas were among her favorites. Her kitchen was always filled with the tantalizing aroma of spices as she poured love into every dish. The dining table became a place of gathering where stories were shared and laughter filled the air.

Additionally, Milsa's unwavering devotion to God led her to attend church regularly, where she discovered profound joy in worship and fellowship.

Milsa faced significant challenges throughout her life, battling heart disease for many years. Nevertheless, she fought with courage and resilience, never allowing her condition to dampen her spirit or diminish the love she shared with those around her. In her final days, Milsa was surrounded by the warmth and love of her family. She spent three days in the hospital before peacefully passing away.

Milsa Azucena Torres leaves behind a legacy that will be cherished forever. She is survived by her loving husband Jaime Torres, her children Nancy, Billy, Sarai, Viviana, Josue, and Merari. Milsa adored her grandchildren and held a special place in her heart for her son-in-laws.

As we say goodbye to Milsa, let us celebrate the beautiful life she lived. Let us remember her infectious laughter, selflessness, and unwavering faith. May we find comfort in knowing that Milsa's spirit will live on through the memories we hold dear.

Rest in eternal peace, dear Milsa Azucena Torres. You have left an indelible mark on our hearts that time will never erase.

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Funeral Service / Servicio Funebre

Thursday, January 11, 2024

5:00 - 9:00 pm (Pacific time)

Amor Eterno Funerals (Sylmar Seventh Day Adventist Church)

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Monday, January 29, 2024

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Eternal Valley Memorial Park

23287 Sierra Highway, Newhall, CA 91321

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