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Revilla Revilla CALDWELL—A mass of Christian burial for Juana G. Revilla, 97, of Caldwell were held Monday, Oct. 18, 2010, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church Caldwell w ith Father Ramon Frayna as Cele brant, and Deacon Samuel Reyes assisting. Burial followed in St. Mary’s Catholic Church Cemetery.

Rosary was recited on Sunday, Oct. 17, at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home.

Mrs. Revilla died Thursday, Oct. 14, with her family by her side.

She was born June 13, 1913, in San Gabriel to Canuto Gil and Francisca Martinez.

She married Fernando Revilla on Nov. 1, 1930, and they were married for 55 years.

Mrs. Revilla enjoyed cooking for her family, making quilts and gardening.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; a son, Frank Revilla; two granddaughters, Christina and Sylvia Hernandez; 2 grandsons, Raul Hernandez and Clayton Pineda; three brothers, Lorenzo Gil, Estaben Gil, Pefanio Gil; and two sisters, Maria Gil and Josefa Gil.

Survivors are four sons, Mike Revilla and wife Bertha, Gilbert Revilla and wife Mary, Joe Rev illa and w ife Lupe, Tony Rev illa, all of Caldwell; and six daughters, Lucia Orozco of Somerville, Trina Hernandez of Homestead, Florida, Anita Saucedo and husband Aniceto of El Paso, Esther Rodriguez and husband Noel of Br yan, Christina Sanchez and husband Rito of Caldwell, Becky Revell of El Paso; also, 36 grandchildren, 50 great-grandchildren, 15 greatgreat grandchildren and other relatives and friends.

Pallbearers were Danny Revilla, Robert Revilla, Michael Revilla, Pete Orozlo, Joe Luis Puente, Marcus Revilla and Juan Saucedo.

Honorary pallbearers were Martin Revilla, Tristan Pecos, Paul Revilla, Martin Hernandez, Becky Revell, Freddy Rodriguez and Damion Hernandez.


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