Jose D Argueta
September 11, 1936 - July 10, 2019
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Jose D Argueta, 82, passed with peace and grace on July 10, 2019 after an 18-year heroic battle with cancer, with his loving family by his side. Predeceased by his lovinig wife, Sonia Carmen Argueta (Mojica) in 2015. Survived by his only daughter Sonia Jones (Argueta) of Springfield, and his grandchildren, Ariel Bonilla of Springfield,…

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Steven Martinez left a message on July 25, 2019:
Thank you jose for being my grandpa and for looking after us.Even though that your not here with us physically you will always be here spiritually and continue looking after us in heaven.May the day come when we get old and frail and unable to look after ourselves that you maybe here by our side with god looking after us to our dying days and hope that one day we will be reunited up in heaven and serve the lord together. Steven
Sonia Jones left a message on July 20, 2019:
Our family will always miss you dad. You were a one of a kind. My heart will always miss you and your nice smile and wisdom. God will help me heal after a blow like this because it would be something you would have wanted. Will always keep your wisdom in my heart and will always say to myself "what would dad want me to do? Always love you, your daughter Sonia L. Jones (Argueta)
Anthony Jones left a message on July 15, 2019:
Jose, February 19, 2019
Tony JOnes left a message on July 11, 2019:
Jose. You will always have a special place in my heart. You were far more than a father in law to me, you were truly a father. Your advice and counsel were always valued and it has been an absolute honor and privilege to have known you and to have helped care for your needs. The Lord Jesus waited 82 years for you to sit at his right hand. Now the Lord and all of his Angels are rejoicing at your arrival. Remember, I told you every day how much I loved you and called you dad. You called me your "big son." Truly an honor. Finally, I will say, it has always been a further honor to be fortunate enough to have married your daughter and to raise up your grand-children. For this, I thank you eternally. Until we meet again. TONY (Big Son)
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