Salvador L. Ayala

  • Born: December 10, 1941
  • Died: August 6, 2017
  • Location: Pomona, California

Forest Lawn Memorial-Parks & Mortuaries - Covina Hills FD 1150

21300 Via Verde Drive
Covina, CA 91724

Tel. (800) 204-3131

Tribute & Message From The Family

Salvador L. Ayala, 75, born on December 10, 1941, in La Piedad, Michoacan, Mexico, passed away August 6, 2017. He resided in Pomona, California at the time of his passing. Arrangements are under the direction of Forest Lawn, Covina, California.

Condolence & Memory Journal

My most sincere condolences to my second set of siblings. I love you guys. Don Chava the most loved City Terrace parent who not only had his kids but, embraced everyone with his love and treated us like his own.He took care of us, and taught us many family values. You will be in our hearts forever. RIP Dad!

Posted by Xochitl Garcia - Pomona, CA - Family Friend   August 09, 2017

Mis condolencias para la familia Ayala

Posted by Alba Navarro - Corona, CA - Family Friend   August 09, 2017


Mis mas sentidos pesames a mi Tia, mis primos y toda mi familia Ayala.

Tengo lindos recuerdos de mi tio y siempre lo recordare como un gran hombre de familia. Siempre amoroso brindandonos su comprension y amor dandonos consejos de la vida. Te vamos extrañar mucho tio, lo quiero mucho.

Posted by Martha Avina - Pasadena, CA - Family   August 09, 2017

Dad you will always be in my heart. I still remember the last words you said to me at the hospital, which I will never forget them. Thank you for always being their for me when I needed you. I made a promise to you which only you and I know. I will never leave you down. Your words to me was always (Que mujeron tiene mi hijo, I am very proud of you). These words marked me forever. I have a lot of good memories together and things I made you do, like when I dressed you up in a devil custume for Halloween and mom was the Angel. Also when I made you play pie face with us. I will continue to drink my champurrado during the winter like you used to do it. Dad R.I.P, also don't forget to talk to my daddy Jorge Armando Oropeza Ayala and tell him that you became my 2nd dad in his absence and that you are very proud of me. My deepest condolences to all of us as FAMILIA AYALA!!

Posted by Claudia Oropeza Ayala - Corona, CA - Daughter   August 09, 2017


Con mi mas infinito amor, siempre vivirá en nuestros corazones por ser un ser siempre un ser bondadoso. Gracias a dios por haberme dado el privilegio de ser tu sobrino. Mi madre te amo como un hijo, y ya están juntitos. Mi mas sentido pésame a mi tía Nelly y a mis primos, con amor.

Posted by Sandra González Ayala - Xalapa, Ver. - Family   August 09, 2017

Salvador was an amazing man. He will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. My most sincere condolences.

Posted by Monica Piedra - CA - Family Friend   August 09, 2017