Angelina H. Flores went to be with the Lord after a long battle of illness on Thursday, March 3, 2016, in Snowflake. A potluck Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, April 9, at Capistrano Park, 770 Capistrano Drive in Oceanside, Calif.
She was born Aug. 14, 1923, to Ramon and Theresa Foussat.
Angelina lived in Oceanside for 85 years before moving to San Marcos, Calif., then spent her final days in Snowflake with her daughter.
Her hobbies were spending time with her grandchildren and family members, playing bingo, and doing word search puzzles and jigsaw puzzles.
She was married in Yuma to Flavio Flores for 32 years until his passing in 1979.
She attended school in Oceanside, and belonged to the Catholic Church. She worked in the laundry and dry cleaning business until she retired at the age of 80.
She was a member of the San Luis Rey Band of Luiseno Indians.
Survivors include her daughter, Vicki Granados, and son-in-law, Edward, of Snowflake; two sisters, Clara Guy of San Marcos and Fedora Godinez of Kauai, Hawaii; 10 grandchildren, Roland Granados of San Marcos, Paul Granados of Snowflake, Jeannette Avila of Rincon, Rene Moreno of Oceanside, Richard Jaime of Oceanside, Yolanda Valasco of Oceanside, Nancy Jaime of Oceanside, Chato Jaime of Pala, Gregory Flores of Oregon and Amy Booth of San Marcos; and 63 great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Ramon and Theresa Foussat; her husband, Flavio Flores; three sons, Luis P. Jaime of Chato, Kenneth J. Jaime of Nito and Edward A. Flores; three sisters, Louise Foussat, Laura Contreras and Helen Granados; and five brothers, Johnny Foussat, Bernell Foussat, Louie Foussat, Hubert Foussat and Richard Foussat.
Silver Creek Mortuary of Taylor was in charge of the arrangements.