December 7, 1964 – Thursday, December 22, 2016
Holy Rosary Catholic Church Minneapolis
Ambrosio Cortes-Barron, age 52, of Minneapolis passed away on Thursday, December 22, 2016 at his residence. He was born on December 7, 1964 in Villa Juarez, Mexico the son of Jose Consuelo-Cortes and Lidia Barron-Cortes.
In loving memory of Ambrosio Cortes, the world’s greatest father, grandfather, brother, and uncle. Ambrosio loved spending time with his family, especially his daughters, step daughters and grandchildren. He valued family above all. He
was the most kindhearted, genuine, caring person you would ever meet, he had a heart of gold. He loved helping others any way he could. We will always and forever love you, honor you, and cherish each and every moment you spent with us.
You are dearly missed and will be forever in our hearts. Until we meet again, may your soul rest peacefully.
Survived by daughters: Cecily Cortes and Adriana Cortes;
significant other: Deana Bruce; stepdaughters: Sherri Lee
Bruce and Jenni Bruce; grandchildren: Delamecia Saice,
Nyeima Saice, Nadia Saice, Laveina Saice, Janiah Bonilla,
Tyrone St. Germaine Jr., Carlos St. Germaine, Travis St.
Germaine, Leona Ortley and Lewis Ortley; brother: Juan
Cortes; sisters: Yolanda Gonzalez and Rosa Cortes; other
relatives and friends.
Although our time here together was so short and you were taken from
us so sudden and soon, you will be missed deeply with each passing
sun and moon. Always remembered, never forgotten. I promise to you
as your daughter, I will do my best to make you a proud father. As you
watch from the heavens above and guide me with your love my
thoughts of you will never be forgotten.
Love you always and forever!
Cecily & Adriana
chilson funeral chapel • Winsted, Minnesota
Cecily & Adriana, I’m so sorry to hear about your father. He’s gone too soon. Interestingly, Isaiah 65:20 in the Bible assures us: “No more will there be an infant from that place who lives but a few days, Nor an old man who fails to live out his days. For anyone who dies at a hundred will be considered a mere boy…” Keep God’s promises in your hearts and minds. “There will be a resurrection.” Acts 24:15. Wishing you comfort.
My sincere condolences to the Cortes-Barron family. The death of a loved one can bring many tears and much pain. But, may your hearts be filled with wonderful memories of times spent together and have faith in God’s promise of a new world where death will be no more.(Revelation 21:3,4) To learn more about God’s promise, type the following link into your browser to read or listen to this Bible-based information: tinyurl.com/jtxj7a7. My deepest sympathy to you all.