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Mrs.  Erna Ria Germanero

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“We called her Auntie Erna because she was family to us. We all loved her and forever will miss her. She was apart of our family in everyway. She...Read More »
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“My mom- Where do I begin, what can I say about my mom? I have so many fond memories that I don't know where to start. She was the kindest, most...Read More »
2 of 4 | Posted by: Joann Germanero Beihl - Cypress, CA

“When I play the memories in my mind I can look back for years and so many are with my mother. She used to go with my children and me to the swap meet...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: Betty Germanero - Cypress, CA

“You have my deepest sympathy for your lost.May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time. ”
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Erna Ria Germanero, 83, born on August 1, 1933, in Frankfurt, Germany, passed away July 21, 2017. She resided in Anaheim, California, at the time of her passing.

Erna Ria Germanero passed away July 21, 2017 surrounded by those she loved. She fought a long battle with dementia and can finally be at peace, reunited with husband Joseph, daughter Josie, and granddaughter Casey. Joseph Germanero took her out of war torn Germany and gave her a beautiful life she never could've imagined. After coming to America, Erna taught herself how to read and write English from watching game shows and badly dubbed kung fu movies. Erna could look at anything and make it. She loved crocheting tablecloths and knitting socks, sewing and making clothes. She could solve complex math problems off the top of her head. She was incredibly smart and talented. Erna was so proud to become an American citizen and loved learning about American history. She had a boisterous, happy personality and loved being the center of attention. She was a very generous woman and always loved giving to others, especially her family. Forever missed and always loved.💔she is survived by daughters Betty and Joann and grandchildren Joey and Shalon.