Hector Frank Galindo, age 75, passed away on September 10, 2012 at Inland Valley Medical Center in Wildomar, California. He was born on October 16, 1936 in Los Angeles, California. He is survived by his loving wife, Bea Galindo; son, Anthony and Annette Galindo; daughter Theresa Galindo; sister, Sylvia and Don Jennings; and five grandchildren, Miranda, Delaney, Emerson, Cameron, and Dana. A viewing is scheduled for Monday, September 17, 2012 from 5-9 at England Family Mortuary with a Funeral Mass on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at St. Catherine of Alexandria Catholic Church in Temecula. Hector will be laid to rest at Temecula Public Cemetery following the Funeral Mass.

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  1. All our sympathy to Bea and the family for your loss. Hector will live forever in your hearts and minds as you carry on his legacy of kindness, love and generosity.

  2. AN AWESOME MAN AND I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER HIM ! BEST COACH I EVER HAD ! HE TAUGHT ME A LOT MORE THAN BASEBALL ! AND I WILL CARRY THOSE MEMORIES WITH ME ALWAYS LUV N RESPECT TO THE FAMILY

  3. Bea Please know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you during this difficult time.

  4. Bea, I am so sorry to hear of Hector’s passing. And so close to when Allie went. They will walk together. I remember our get together’s at church dances or at Allie’s house. God give you much strength. I know what you are going through. Take care and God’s Blessings. Barbara

  5. Dear Bea and family, It is with heavy hearts that we express how sad we are at Hector’s passing. Bill will never forget all the good times with Hector and his family while they attended High School together. So many wonderful memories of playing football & trips to Mexico. We are so grateful for the wonderful day we all spent together with the two of you in June while at Harold & Carol’s. We will always remember how much fun and all the good laughs we had that day. Our Prayers and Love are with you and we will keep in touch. PS. We wonder if Hector has had a hole in one yet on the “Heavenly Golf Course”.

  6. Dear Bea and family, my mother and I send you our deepest sympathies for your loss. We know how close your family has always been, and realize this is a great loss for you all. We have fond memories of visiting you in Valinda, and going camping. It was always fun! Our love, prayers and thoughts are with you. With great love, Guadalupe Gonzalez Alma Rosa Gonzalez

  7. Hector was a wonderful neighbor and friend. You will be missed. Bea, we are right next door if you need anything. Our hearts are with you. Love, Thetis and Keith

  8. Hector, you have been our best friend and golf buddy for many years. We’ve shared many vacations, cruises, golf games, birthdays and family celebrations together. We have been “family” to each other as best friends. We’ve always stood by for each other.You will be greatly missed, but, never forgotten.Sunday mornings at church will be hard without your greeting us. We will stand by Bea with love. Goodbye, dear friend. Rest in Peace. Love, Chip & Joyce Cain

  9. I have not seen you or your family since moving to Seattle in 1979. I clearly remember your father and my impression as a young man at the time, is that he was a quality guy and outstanding father. He coached or helped with a number if the little league teams we played together on. You and family are in my thoughts and prayers today

  10. I’m truly saddened to hear the news. Your dad was a good man and a good father. So many good memories of him. He taught us a lot about baseball and things in general and treated me like one of his own.

  11. Our dearest friends,so sorry to hear about Hector. We go back many good years.our families were very close in bring up,Tony Teresa,George Frank & Mark.Teaching my sons about baseball when I was ill I wont ever forget that. I am having a mass said for him at my parish,also I called my Bishop Gerald Barnes,and he will petion a mass for him also. I canot not be there, I am out of town but I will be there in Sprit. Again our Condolence to all of you the Galindo family Love Frank & Pat Ochoa & family

  12. Sorry to hear about your dad. He was the best coach I ever had. I coach baseball and I use some of the same drills he used back then. Because of him made me want to coach.

  13. Uncle Hector, you will be missed! I will never forget all the wonderful family parties you and Aunt Bea hosted at your home over the years. My condolences to the entire Galindo family.

  14. We are so sad to hear of Hector’s passing. He has beem a good friend for many years. We looked forward to seeing Him and Bea on every trip back to CA after we moved away. We will miss him dearly. Frank & Sheila Carranco

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