Salvador "Badong" Correo Bracero

Nov 11, 1952 - Sep 23, 2014

Obituary

GRAVESIDE SERVICE: September 30th, 2014 at 12:00PM at Sunset Lawn Chapel of the Chimes Memorial Park: 4701 Marysville Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95838

Guestbook

  • Mike and Dorothy Jones says:

    What a joy to see Salvador and Lita at worship faithfully every Sunday. Always a cheerful smile and friendly greeting! What a shock to learn that the Lord has taken him home. “Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints” as it says in Psalm 116:15. May the Lord comfort you and your family, Lita, and slowly fill that empty place in your lives.

  • Milin Ratanasen says:

    My deepest condolences to Angelita and her family. Thank you for the privilege of getting to know Salvador and trusting me to provide care for him. His dedication to pursuing a healthy lifestyle was an inspiration to me, and I will take forward everything I learned from him and use it to help others. Rest in peace, Mr. Bracero.

  • DeContreaus Family says:

    I will always remember the quiet and patient uncle who taught me how to drive. I am grateful that my children has known you and has memories of you. I will miss you so much Uncle. May you rest in peace.

  • Larry & Lina Santos says:

    Condolence and with heart felt sympathy to Lita and family. Your loss is our loss too. My biggest friend and supporter during my first stay in California. You will be terribly missed.May your soul rest in peace and get a big welcome by our Lord in His kingdom.

  • tito f. cledera says:

    in behalf of the cledera and bracero family of the philippines, our sincere condolences to the family of our loving uncle salvador correo bracero..

  • connie mateo says:

    BIG LOSS!!! Our heartfelt sympathy to Bracero Family in this time of sorrow. Eternal rest grant unto the soul of Badong Bracero O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon him, May he rest in peace. Amen

  • Pastor Manny & Faith Tabujara says:

    A very friendly person, friend, and brother in the Lord through the years.

  • Hector Lopez says:

    Salvador and his wonderful family have been our next door neighbors for 23 years. They will always be a part of our family. Salvador was a quite man with a warm smile . He was always very pleasant and considerate, always looking to help out in anything. More recently, I would see Salvador in the morning with his grand child doing his baby sitting duties. This was a good man with a good heart that made an impact on me for the rest of my life. I had one last conversation with Salvador the day before God took him to Heaven. He came over and asked what I was doing. I showed him the wood I was replacing on the garage. I asked him how everything was going, and he smiled and said everything was okay. He then asked me how things were, and I said to him him “things are okay, I’m just trying to take things slow. Salvador then said “Yes, just live one day at a time.” Those words at that moment gave me peace. My family and I will always keep Salvador and his family in our hearts.

  • Peter N Viray says:

    An encourager, a man of God! During my 1st years as a Christian he helped me with Scripture interpretation. He encouraged me to play the guitar to start leading worship. He helped me with hymn-singing. My recollection on one on one conversation with Sal was about talks that included the Lord Jesus at all times. Badong was one mentor I looked up to spiritually. He was one fun guy to be with, to serving the Church in God’ Kingdom. I thank & praise the LORD to have met Sal in this life!

  • Ning says:

    Happy Happy 62nd Birthday, Dad… I never thought I would have to be telling you this way, but at least you’re in the presence of the Lord celebrating joyfully in Heaven. Love always, your Ning

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