In Memoriam : Jose Moreno Cisneros

Jose Moreno Cisneros Jose De Jesus Moreno Cisneros - age: 82
(June 05, 1938 to August 26, 2020 )
Resident of UKiah, California

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José de Jesús Moreno Cisneros nació el 5 de junio del 1938 en Sahuayo Michoacán. El era el mayor en su familia. De niño, le gustaba hacer resorteras y trompos.
Desde los ocho anos de edad miro la necesidad de trabajar. El dinero no rendía en su familia y decidió dejar la escuela y ayudar a sus padres. El nunca abandono a sus padres, y los ayudo hasta el final.
De niño, trabajo encorrallando huaraches, pero no le gustaba estar encerrado. Su pasión siempre fue el aire libre del campo. En México trabajo sembraba, cosechaban maíz, haciendo zanjas, haciendo sepas para levantar casas. Su actividad favorita era jugar base bol. Jugo por muchos anos hasta que conoció y se caso con María Socorro, su peluda. El prefirió dejar el base bol y la compañía de sus amigos para pasar mas tiempo con su peluda.
Socorro y Don Jesús se casaron el 13 de junio del 1981. Don Jesús quiso y cuidaba mucho a su Socorrito. El siempre la acompañaba a donde, ella estaba, allí o por un lado estaba Don Jesús.
En el 1985, Don Jesús recibió una carta de amista y viajo a los Estado Unidos para trabajar. El trabajo por muchos anos el campo en Santa María piscando cilantro, espinacas y perejil.
2001 fue invitado por su sobrino a visitar Ukiah. No imaginándose que le iba a encantar la comunidad y decido quedarse a vivir aquí.
Aunque estaba retirado, Don Jesús encontró la manera de seguir trabajando. Trabajo piscando uvas, aunque fuera pocas horas.
Desde que llego a Ukiah, tenia una necesidad de ir a misa. Le urgía llegar a la iglesia temprano, <>, el decía. Enveses llegaban a iglesia una hora antes que comenzaba.
Fue invitado a ayudar durante varias misas y en poco tiempo fueron invitados a hacer administro de la iglesia. Era un orgullo y honor para Don Jesús ayudar a su iglesia. Participo en varios retiros espirituales, vendiendo comida después de misa, llevando la comunión a las familias enfermas.
Vamos a extrañar mucho a Don Jesús. Su fe, el amor a su comunidad católica, su personalidad y el cariño que tanto le tuvo y demostró a su Socorrito siempre estará en nuestros corazones.



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José de Jesús Moreno Cisneros was born on June 5, 1938 in Sahuayo Michoacán. He was the oldest in his family. As a child, he liked make slingshots and tops.
Since he was eight years old, he saw the need to work. There was not enough money to help his family. He decided to quit school and help her parents. He never abandoned his parents and continued to help them out to the end.
As a child, he worked wrapping huaraches, but he didn't like being inside a building. His passion was always the country. In Mexico, he worked, harvesting corn, making ditches, building materials to raise houses.
His all-time favorite activity was playing baseball with his friends. He played for many years until he met and married María Socorro, his Peluda. He preferred to leave his favorite sport and the company of his friends to spend more time with his Peluda.
Socorro and Don Jesús were married on June 13, 1981. Don Jesús loved and cared a lot for his Socorrito. He always accompanied her where she went, next to her or on one side of her.
In 1985, Don Jesús received an Amnesty letter and traveled to the United States to work. For many years he worked in the fields in Santa María picking cilantro, spinach and parsley.
2001 he was invited by his nephew to visit Ukiah. Not imagining that he was going to love the community and end up decided to stay.
Although he was retired, Don Jesús found a way to continue working. He worked picking grapes, even if it was for a few hours. Since arriving in Ukiah, he had a need to attend mass. He had an urgency to be to church early, "in case the father needs help," he would say. There were times he would arrive at church an hour before services began.
He was invited to help during several masse and before long they were invited to become a church administrator. It was a pride and honor for Don Jesús to help his church. He participated in various spiritual retreats, selling food after mass and taking communion to families who were ill.
We are going to miss Don Jesús. His faith, the love for his Catholic community, his personality and the affection that he had so much for and showed for his Socorrito will always be in our hearts.