While no longer in our presence, Aida Comorosky, was ushered into the presence of her Heavenly Father on Father’s Day.
Aida, who was 84 years old, gave as much of herself to people as possible – a truly Christ-like characteristic for which she will be greatly missed.
As a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend she made everyone feel special by loving everyone so uniquely and wholeheartedly. If more people would love as she did, the world would be a better place.
In her passing, we now better grasp the meaning of life: to love God and love others as yourself. We thank Aida for that life lesson, which came so natural to her.
To know her is to love her. But also, to know her is to be loved by her - a truly special blessing and honor.
One of her most notable hobbies include playing, and winning, all sorts of games. She enjoyed card games in particular, where some of the best conversations with her were had.
She is from Mexico, though she lived most of her adult life in California.
Aida is survived by her daughters, Dolores and Lilian, and her sons Ray, Martin and Rudy. She also leaves behind her grandchildren, great- grandchildren, and the hundreds of others she considered family.
Please join us in celebrating her life at the Salvation Army Church at 893 Lander Ave, in Turlock, on Saturday, July 18. at 10:00 a.m. Lunch will be served following the service.