Days later, Magnolia and the family are working in their new store on Main Street and are unsure of the path ahead. Their son, Jesus, turned 5 this past Tuesday. He is one of the sweetest young kids you could ever hope to meet. One thing is certain; life will never be the same. The store and the family will need the support of our Hillsboro community. In speaking with Magnolia, who graduated from Liberty High School in 2012, the first order of business is to give Jesus a proper burial and pay for those bills.
As a downtown Hillsboro Community business owner, I am stepping up with the family’s approval to ask for your help. We will quickly raise $3,000 for the families’ funeral expenses and hope we can surpass that to support them and the business as we advance. Please share this story with your friends as soon as you are able. 100% of all funds will go to Magnolia Fuentes Ramos who we hope will keep the new shop open for a long time to come! Click here to help!
Good afternoon family and friends
An invitation to the celebration of the mass of the body present for.Jesus Moises Paez GomezMarch 23 1989-July 8, 2023At San Alexander Parish in170 N 10th Ave, Cornelius OR 97113.On Thursday, July 20th at 2 pmEqually for his funeral service and farewell,Friday, July 21st from 2pm to 8pm atFir Lawn Memorial Park1070 W Main St, Hillsboro OR 97123Please wear a white shirt for men and a white blouse for women.This since Chuy wouldn’t have liked us to go to black to say goodbye to him.Any question please contact me.
Thank you and we hope you can join us.