Aida Calasicas Tagudar

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“thinking of you. miss the way your smile and personality always makes everyone feel welcomed and loved. Rest In Paradise. ”
1 of 9 | Posted by: rolan tagudar - CA

“Thinking of your whole family all this time of sorrow and our deepest sympathy for the loss of your Mom. "Blessed are those who mourn, for they will...Read More »
2 of 9 | Posted by: Rebbie and Curt Lucas - CA

“Your family in the Phillippines Join you in your sorrows.... the memory of tia aida will always leave a lasting imprints in our heart's ....she has...Read More »
3 of 9 | Posted by: Mr and Mrs Rod and Leah Tada

“During my interim ministry at Temple Baptist Church in Los Angeles, Aida Tagudar was a faithful and warm supporter. I appreciated the fact that she...Read More »
4 of 9 | Posted by: Dr. Wesley H. Brown - Los Angeles, CA

“Aida was a true friend in my life. She is one of those who warmly greeted me when I first arrived at Temple Baptist Church of Los Angeles way back...Read More »
5 of 9 | Posted by: Ron Taylor - Mojnt Hermon, CA

“We will all miss you tita Aida. Thanks for all the wonderful memories & funny jokes about finding that someone special. May you rest in peace. Please...Read More »
6 of 9 | Posted by: Maria Normita Francisco - CA

“Aida, it always seems to come too late but please know you treated me as As if I were your son, It is my hopes that you knew I loved you as a Mom ”
7 of 9 | Posted by: Tom Sample - Houston, TX

“Though we were not blood related, Auntie Aida will always be family. She always had such joy in her voice and the biggest smile and I just loved...Read More »
8 of 9 | Posted by: Gina Barredo - Indio, CA - family

“I know words are never enough in a time like this and sometimes people find it difficult what to say. I know your mother wouldn't want you to...Read More »
9 of 9 | Posted by: Ray Inta - CA - Friend

Remembering Aida

Aida Calasicas Tagudar
October 12, 1938 – February 6, 2013

Aida C. Tagudar of Los Angeles, California died at her beloved apartment at age 74. She was born in Baguio, Philippines, the youngest of Lorenzo and Ciriaca Calasicas.

Aida was united in marriage to Patricio Tagudar, Sr. in 1959; he preceded her in death on August 14, 1982.
• Work: Stock Brokerage Cashier, Medical Billing
• Education: American Business College
• Hobbies: Cooking, Dancing, Singing, Mingling, Sports
• Servant to the Lord: Job Corps girls, Shut In's Visitor, church camp cook, Missionary care

Aida will be so sadly missed by her son Pat, her daughter-in-law Blessie, her grandson Patrick and her granddaughter Stephanie. She is further survived by her brother Tomas Calasicas of Baguio, Philippines, her sister Zosima Lazo of Los Angeles, California, her nieces, nephews, other relatives and wonderful, wonderful friends of which she had so many.

Aida has had so many accomplishments in her lifetime. The crown glory of all her achievements is that she was a servant of God. She was victim to many trials from an early age and throughout her years yet the Lord Jesus Christ has always been her anchor…

A poignant Facebook post from her niece: "Our condolences... the memories of Tia Aida will stay and will always be cherished... We shared laughter's and tears with her short time visits with us... She was a friend who listened, a mother who cares in many ways... She had pains in the physical as well as emotional, usually had her ways to cover up her sorrows; so much trials which normally others do underwent but had hidden strength to cope...