May 29, 1931 - November 23, 2020
Celebrating The Life Of Eleanor Jasso Eleanor Jasso was born on May 29th, 1931 in the heart of San Bernardino. She was born during an arduous time during the middle of The Great Depression. She was the daughter of Filomeno Arias and Anna D. Arias. Eleanor was wife to George Jasso who also preceded in death and the sister of Manuel, Josie, Lola, Richard, and Raymond. She was a very compassionate and loving mother to her 5 children. Beatrice (Kenny), Sylvia, Loretta, Irma (Brett), and her son Robert (Diane). Grandmother of 10 grandchildren (Sarah, Gingi, Bonnie, Marciano, Melyssa, Brittany, Robert Jr, Jennie, Quinton and Evan) and great grandmother to 17 grandchildren (Kayla, Sidney, Evelyn, Abigail, Wyatt, Jaxson, Levi, Noah, Olivia, Kennedy, Jayson, Marley, Isabell, Analisa, Ryoko, Elijah and Aubrey). She was often referred to as “Léonie” by her husband who has preceded in death and granny or granny goose by her grandchildren. Eleanor was a vibrant woman, a lover of music and dancing. With a heart for shopping and an eye for fashion she loved dressing up to stand out. Her favorite past times were going to the fiestas to be around good company and to enjoy listening to mariachis and watching the dancers. Oftentimes she was motivated by the sound of music and would begin to dance or serenade her loved ones' old songs she sang as a little girl in Spanish. She greatly enjoyed a good laugh and pranks with her family and loved it when her family would gather to celebrate for birthdays, newly arrived grand babies, weddings, homecomings and graduations. The tender moments she enjoyed with her family included watching her grandchildren and great grandchildren grow up and attending their dance recitals, baseball games, folklorico dances, parades and sometimes joining the parade herself with them. Her favorite past times were going to church, making jewelry and playing bingo with her family or her senior friends for candy or money. As usual she was always determined to win. Those who knew her best knew that she was a people person and loved getting to know new people as well as listening to those who needed comfort and giving correction to those who needed it. Being a mother she knew when something was wrong without having to say a word and would try to give that person what they needed at that moment. Whether it was just an ear to listen or food to eat. She was not rich in money or of materials items but she was greatly rich in love, compassion and a heart that loved the Lord. She was very proud of who her family was. She loved it whenever her daughter Irma would come from out of town to visit her. She was very proud of her son and the career path he chose and the man he grew up to be, To her daughter Sylvia she always loved her daughter's joking side that always lifted her spirits and to her daughter Bea who she would often call her at times momma. She had so much compassion and love for her family there was not one visit she would not let them go without giving them a blessing to each member of the family. As each would hug her goodbye she would give them her blessing unto which she would say I will see you soon, God is willing. Although she may not be with us in body her spirit remains within the hearts of her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren that will deeply miss her presence. Deuteronomy 7:9 Know therefore that the Lord thy God, he is God, the faithful God, which keepeth covenant and mercy with them that love him and keep his commandments to a thousand generations.
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