Maximiliano Rocha Medina
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Obituary of Maximiliano Rocha Medina

IN MEMORIAN Maximiliano “Max” Rocha, 71 Maximiliano Rocha Medina murió el 5 de Febrero de 2020, en Simi Valley, California. El velorio sera el jueves, 13 de febrero de 2020 de 5:00 a 9:00 p.m. en Rose Family Funeral Home y el viernes, 14 de febrero de 2020 a las 11: 00 am en el mismo lugar los servicios funerarios con el Deacon Melecio Zamora. Después del servicio funeral su cuerpo sera trasladado al Assumption Catholic Cementery con dirección #1830 Fitzgerald Rd. Simi Valley CA. Al finalizer le invitamos a unirse con nosotros para recibirlo en la residencia de Veronica Dugar 2587 N. Alden St., Simi Valley, 93065. Maximiliano Rocha Medina, Nació El 25 De Mayo de 1948 en Canatlán de Las Manzanas, Durango, Mexico sus padres Jose y Maximina. Tuvo una gemela de nombre Elisa, quien falleció siendo una bebé de 6 meses; le sobreviven su amada esposa Alicia, (su vida juntos surgió desde muy jóvenes, se casaron y formaron una bella familia) sus hijos Cibeli, Maby, Dario, Veronica y Jorge, sus yernos Ron y Joe, sus nietos, Vanessa, Caitie, Anthony, Christien, Tanner, Rylee, Reese Y Ronny, bisnietos, Micayla, Nevaeh, Brooklyn, Joey, Everly y Jaxson Maximiliano, sus hermanos Magdalena, Margarita, Elvira, Elva, Celia, Ana, Francisco y Jorge, ademas, sus sobrinos y sobrinas. Agradecemos a dios por tener la buena fortuna y el privilegio de haber sido parte de su vida. Maximiliano fué conocido como un hombre responsable de compromisos, integro, romantico y bohemio. le encantaban las cosas sencillas en la vida y pasar tiempo con su familia. Su personalidad con espíritu limpio bromista nunca faltó, su presecencia iluminaba el espacio donde estaba. Hacia cualquier cosa por su familia, especialmente sus hijos, nietos y bisnietos a los que hacia reir y hacer sus actuacion de payaso con ellos, también le encantaba escuchar música, tocar su guitarra, ver películas y conducir a lo largo de la costa. Trabajó durante toda su vida para proveer a su familia y nunca se quejó, su familia lo estrañara y sus amigos lo recordaran siempre con mucho cariño y estara en nuestros corazones. Hombre de gran corazón, gracias por tu aprecio, tus muestras de amor y apoyo durante nuestro tiempo desde el parto hasta el día de tu partida. DIOS TE BENDIGA. CON AMOR, FAMILIA ROCHA. Maximiliano “Max” Rocha Medina, passed away on February 5, 2020 in Simi Valley, California. Maximiliano Rocha Medina was born on May 25, 1948 in Canatlan De Las Manzanas, Durango, Mexico to Jose and Maximina. Max was born a fraternal twin. His twin, Elisa, died as an infant. Max grew to find his life's calling as a husband and father. Meeting his wife, Alicia as a teenager, they soon began a loving marriage which spanned 49 years of utter and complete devotion. Together they raised 5 children, Cibeli, Maby, Dario, Veronica, and Jorge, with dutiful vigilance, compassionate understanding, and unwavering love and support. Max brought his family to the U.S. to give them a better life. He worked hard all his life from auto mechanic, gas pipe layer for the Gas Co, to building a business with his wife Rocha’s Fashions, which they have had for over 25 years. His passing is preceded by his father, Jose Rocha and his mother, Maximina Medina, as well as his sisters, Elisa and Hermelinda, brothers, Juvenal and Ismael. One of thirteen children, he is survived by sisters, Magdalena, Margarita, Elvira, Elva, Celia, Kimberly (Ana) and brothers, Francisco and Jorge. He is survived by his loving wife, Alicia and his five children, Cibeli, Maby, Dario, Veronica, and Jorge. His grandchildren, Vanessa, Caitie, Anthony, Christien, Tanner, Rylee, Reese, Ronny, great grandchildren, Micayla, Nevaeh, Brooklyn, Joey, Everly and Jaxson son-in-law, Ron and grandson-in-law, Joe. Max was known as a man of integrity, commitment and passion. He loved the simple things in life and spending time with his family. His kind spirit and joking demeanor never failed to lighten the room. Max was a genuine and selfless man who was devoted to his family. He loved his car and long drives along the coast. His passion as a musician, love of music and the guitar will never be forgotten. Max will be greatly missed by his loving family and friends and will always be remembered in their hearts.
Thursday
13
February

Viewing

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Thursday, February 13, 2020
Rose Family Funeral Home Chapel
4444 Cochran Street
Simi Valley, California, United States
805-581-3800
Friday
14
February

Funeral Service

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Friday, February 14, 2020
Rose Family Funeral Home Chapel
4444 Cochran Street
Simi Valley, California, United States
805-581-3800
Friday
14
February

Graveside Committal

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Friday, February 14, 2020
Assumption Catholic Cemtery
1380 Fitzgerald Street
Simi Valley, California, United States
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