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Mount Sinai Obituaries and Services » Elizabeth Puche
October 31, 1954 - May 22, 2020
Service Information Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills
Service Date: Wednesday May 27th, 2020
Service Time: 12:30 pm
Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills
5950 Forest Lawn Drive
Los Angeles, California 90068
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Elizabeth Puche was born on October 31, in Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico to Amando Garduno and Margarita Estrada. She was the first born of 4 sisters.
While growing up and thereafter, she was a light to all the people she met. She made everlasting friendships throughout her journey in her native Mexico, the US and abroad.
She and her Husband Sergio had two boys, Sergio Julian and Eric Sebastian. Elizabeth lived for her children and her family.
Those lucky enough to have known her quickly learned she lived with a deep rooted sense of integrity, morals and ethics and strived to do what was good and what she knew was right.
She truly lived life, she didn’t just exist. Every breath, every act, was with purpose. She strove to succeed and imparted the tools and values to achieve on the people she loved.
She worked tirelessly to achieve a better life than she started with, for herself and her children. Elizabeth had an exemplary work ethic and expected nothing less from those around her.
She had no problem telling you like it was, but always from a place of love. If you were lucky enough to earn her love you know you had her unconditional support.
Elizabeth loved music, singing and dancing. She loved attending concerts big or small and especially warm summer nights spent with her family and friends at the Hollywood Bowl.
She loved spending time outdoors basking in the sun, but always wore a hat. She loved listening to the birds sing. She enjoyed gardening and all flowers. Orchids were her favorite.
Elizabeth always greeted you with a smile and everyone will tell you how welcome she made them feel. Her home was always open to anyone.
As she transitioned from life to the beyond, her boys were there with her and each held her by the hand. Even though she is no longer with us, her spirit radiates and transcends planes of existence as her love and her legacy lives on through her sons.