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Sanchez Valdovinos, Luis Fernando

July 21, 2020

Luis Fernando Sanchez Valdovinos - age: 46
(September 04, 1973 to July 21, 2020 )
Resident of Ukiah, California

Obituary:
Luis Fernando Sánchez nació el 4 de septiembre 1973 en Sahuayo Michoacán. De niño, Luis era insoportable, muy inquieto, pero siempre amigable y muy alegre. Luis era todo menos peleonero. De niño se salía de la escuela por ir a cuidar vacas. Su pasión siempre fue cuidar animales. Luis tuvo muchos sobre nombre de niño, El Furris, el enano, El Vaquerito y Whicho.
Cuando tenia 19 anos, se mudo a Ukiah, Ca. Cuando llego, llego a vivir con su hermana Martha. Martha siempre lo cuidaba y reganaba por su bien. El siguiente día que llego a Ukiah, se fue a trabajar. Luis era muy trabajador. El trabajaba en el campo piscado peras, uvas, trabajando en restaurantes cocinando y lavando trastes.
Luis no duro mucho tiempo soltero. Formo su familia con Shannon Sánchez (fallecida) teniendo sus 2 hijos Joseph Smith, Luis Fernando Jr. y su única hija Ana Cristina Sánchez.
Durante los anos, Luis empezó su propio negocios y trabajo por muchos anos en construcción, pero su pasión y felicidad siempre fue el campo. El campo le daba una tranquilidad de paz.
Luis era bien alegre. Donde hubiera música, comida y alcohol, no faltaba. La música de banda le cantaba, su canción favorita que enveses enfada era de grupo Laberinto, El Indio Enamorado. Como le gustaba esa canción. Luis se llevaba bien con todos, pero su persona preferida para compartir una buena copa (botellas) era con su hermana Lupe. Luis le gustaba pescar, cocinar, pero mas que nada, estar con su familia y sus amigos.
Luis era muy devoto al Santo Patrón Santiago. Luis participo y ayudo a organizar las cabalgatas del Santo Patrón Santiago en Ukiah.
La vida le dio muchos momentos difíciles, pero Luis nunca se rendido. De una forma o otra el encontraba la manera de salir adelante. Poco a poco empezó a reconstruir su vida. Algo que no anticipaba, era el amor y compañía que le brindo Rosi. Luis quiso mucho a Rosi y a hijos.
Vamos a extrañar mucho a Luis. Debemos que recordar que Luis no hubiera querido que estuviéramos triste. El por fin va a descansar y reunirse con sus padres, y familia que los espera en el cielo con abrazos abierto. Ahora podrá a participar en la cabalgata del Santo Patrón Santiago.


Luis Fernando Sánchez was born on September 4, 1973 in Sahuayo Michoacán. As a child, Luis was unbearable, very restless, but always friendly and very happy. Luis was anything but a brawler. As a child he would drop out of school to go look after cows. His passion was always taking care of animals. Luis had many nicknames as a child, El Furris, el enano, El Vaquerito and Whicho.
When she was 19 years old, she moved to Ukiah, Ca. When she arrived, he came to live with her sister Martha. Martha always took care of him and scolded him for his good. The next day he arrived in Ukiah, he went to work. Luis was a hard worker. He worked in the fields picking pears, grapes, working in restaurants, cooking and washing dishes.
Luis did not last long single. He formed his family with Shannon Sánchez (deceased) having his 2 sons Joseph Smith, Luis Fernando Jr. and his only daughter Ana Cristina Sánchez.
Over the years, Luis started his own business and work for many years under construction, but his passion and happiness was always in the field. The field gave him a calm of peace.
Luis was very cheerful. Where there was music, food and alcohol, he would be there. The band music sang to him, his favorite song s from the group Laberinto, El Indio Enamorado. How he liked that song. Luis got along well with everyone, but his favorite person to share a good glass (bottles) was with his sister Lupe. Luis liked to fish, cook, but more than anything, be with his family and friends.
Luis was very devoted to the Patron Saint Santiago. Luis participated and helped organize the parades of the Patron Saint Santiago in Ukiah.
Life gave him many difficult moments, but Luis never gave up. One way or another he found a way to get ahead. Little by little he began to rebuild his life. Something he did not anticipate was the love and company that Rosi gave him. Luis loved Rosi and children very much.
We are going to miss Luis very much. We must remember that Luis would not have wanted us to be sad. He will finally be able to rest and reunite with his parents, and his family who awaits in heaven with open arms. He will now be able to participate in the parade of the Patron Saint Santiago.



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