Maria MaryLou Castillo, a shining light in the lives of many, has peacefully left us, leaving behind a legacy that will forever inspire. Beloved by countless, she touched hearts with her boundless love, selflessness, and unwavering faith. As a devoted pastor's wife, Maria's compassion knew no bounds, offering solace and support to all who sought her warmth.
Beyond her role as a pastor's wife, Maria was a remarkable businesswoman, proving that dedication and hard work could lead to success. Yet, her achievements were eclipsed by the immense love she poured into her family. A cherished mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, she infused the lives of the youngest with stories, wisdom, and affection that will endure through generations.
Maria's nurturing spirit extended to her children, whom she raised with love and care, and her siblings, with whom she shared unbreakable bonds. Her friendship was a treasure sought by many, as she offered a listening ear, a caring heart, and unwavering loyalty.
Her physical beauty was but a reflection of the inner radiance she exuded, a testament to the goodness she held within. Maria's faith was her guiding light, a source of strength that she shared openly with those around her. As she departs from this world, we find solace in the belief that she is now embraced by the divine presence she held so dear.
Maria MaryLou Castillo's journey may have reached its earthly conclusion, but her love, grace, and devotion will forever remain etched in our hearts. May her memory continue to inspire us to live lives filled with compassion, generosity, and unwavering faith, just as she did.
Maria was preceded in death by her loving husband, Samuel Castillo; her son, Marcos Castillo; her daugther, MaryLou Castillo; and her parents, Cornelio Sanchez and Agustina Rojas.
She is survived by her sons, Victor Castillo, Jose (Linda) Castillo, Juan (Johnny) Castillo; daugther, Caroline Castillo; step-sons, Samuel Castillo Jr. and Jimmy Castillo, from San Jose. She is also survived by numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. A special thanks to Angel Castillo for handling her services.
A Visitation will take place for Maria on Tuesday, August 29th from 1-6pm with a Rosary Prayer Service at 5pm at Healey Mortuary Chapel. Her Catholic Blessing Service will be Wednesday, August 30th beginning at 10am at Healey Mortuary Chapel. She will be laid to rest at a later date at Queen of Heaven Cemetery with her late husband so they will be reunited again on earth as they are in Heaven.