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Higinio "Kino" Castillo

July 19, 1930 ~ June 27, 2017 (age 86)

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SERVICES

Celebration of Life
Saturday
July 8, 2017

11:00 AM
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
5025 W. Ashlan
Fresno, CA 93722


 

IN  LOVING  MEMORY  OF

Higinio "Kino" Castillo

July 19, 1930 — June 27, 2017

 

CELEBRATION  OF  LIFE

Saturday, July 8, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

5025 W. Ashlan, Fresno, California

 

INTERMENT

Fresno Memorial Gardens

175 S. Cornelia Ave., Fresno, California

 

RELATIVES

Wife:  Gloria Castillo

Daughter:  Celia Castillo Gutierrez

Daughter:  Sylvia Ruth Calderon

Daughter:  Jeena Castro

Daughter:  Leticia Castillo

Daughter:  Margarita Castillo

Son:  Higinio Castillo, Jr.

Daughter:  Angelica Castillo Redmoon

Son:  Natividad ''Nate'' Cavazos

Daughter:  Teresa Harris

Son:  Vincent ''Vince'' Cavazos

Grandchildren:  25

Great Grandchildren:  62

Great Great Grandchildren:  2

Parents:  Juan (deceased) and Maria (deceased) Castillo

Brother:  Octavio ''Toby'' Castillo (deceased)

Brother:  Luis ''Louie'' Castillo(deceased)

Brother:  Johnny Castillo

Brother:  Rick Castillo (deceased)

Sister:  Lydia Lozano (deceased)

Sister:  Dydia Duran

Sister:  Tina Castillo

Sister:  Olivia Gonzalez

Sister:  Celia Morales

Sister:  Maria Beatriz Castillo

 

O  MY  FATHER

by Eliza R. Snow

O my Father, thou that dwellest

In the high and glorious place,

When shall I regain thy presence

And again behold thy face?

In thy holy habitation,

Did my spirit once reside?

In my first primeval childhood,

Was I nurtured near thy side?

For a wise and glorious purpose

Thou has placed me here on earth

And withheld the recollection

Of my former friends and birth;

Yet oft times a secret something

Whispered, “You’re a stranger here,”

And I felt that I had wandered

From a more exalted sphere.

I had learned to call thee Father,

Thru thy Spirit from on high,

But, until the key of knowledge

Was restored, I knew not why.

In the heav’ns are parents single?

No, the thought makes reason stare!

Truth is reason; truth eternal

Tells me I’ve a mother there.

When I leave this frail existence,

When I lay this mortal by,

Father, Mother, may I meet you

In your royal courts on high?

Then, at length, when I’ve completed

All you sent me forth to do,

With your mutual approbation

Let me come and dwell with you.

 

“Whenever the cold hand of death strikes,

there shines through the gloom and the darkness of that hour

the triumphant figure of the Lord Jesus Christ.

He, the Son of God

who by His matchless and eternal power overcame death.

He is the Redeemer of the world.

He gave His life for each of us.

He took it up again and became the firstfruits of them that slept.

He is our comfort, our only true comfort,

when the dark shroud of earthly night closes about us

as the spirit departs the human form.

There stands Jesus the Christ,

the King of glory,

the unblemished Messiah,

the Lord Emmanuel.”

 

Gordon B. Hinkley

 

 

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