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Alex J. Flores

02/20/80 - 04/15/97

Alex J. Flores

In Loving Memory
"Our Precious Angel"
Alex Joseph Flores
Sunrise: February 20, 1980
Sunset: April 15, 1997

Alex's days were not too long ago
But one day the lord decided he must go
Alex was a good man with lots of love
But one day he rose above
Alex is the one that Jesus chose
The heavenly angels greeted him with a rose
He had much love in his heart
His family and him had to part
When he died his family cried
When he arose it's what God chose
He went away with a smile
He's been gone for a while
No matter how far away he is
He is now with the Lord Jesus
When he left it was so sad
He had so much love for his Mom, Dad and Sister
Even though he went away
You will reunite another day
But now you must cherish the love you shared
And the time you showed you really cared.

by Joe Ortega

You will never be forgotten
We love and miss you always
Mom, Dad and sister Emmeline

Fly Angel Fly

Where did you fly to Alex my angel?
Will you ever fly back to us.
You left us with no time for goodbye's.
What are we to do without you.
Where did you fly Alex my angel?
Know that where ever you flew to that we will always love and miss you, our beautiful angel!
Where did you fly to Alex my angel?

Angel of Mine

May your wings help you soar high and guide you to the Heavens above angel of mine.  When you reach Heavens gate, may our dear Lord be there to welcome you with open arms.  May He grace and embrace you and may he also bless you with heavenly peace and grant you mercy on your soul angel of mine.

The hardest thing a parent can give a child is wings.

Principal Beverly Averitt
Espanola Valley High School


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