Lucille Morgan (Cota) 56, entered into eternal life with God and our loved one's on Feb 24th 2018. She was born on January 14th, in Redondo Beach, Calif to Lorenzo and Irene Cota. She spent the last 29 years in Murrieta, Ca making lasting memories with her family. Lucille was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, aunt and friend. She leaves behind her baby cakes Chuck of 36 years, 3 attached at the hip daughters Railene and Richard F. Rochelle and Tony K. and Renee M., as well as her 9 chili peppers- Raquel (13), Riley (11), Anthony (10), Richard (8), Roxanne (6), Malakai (6), Ka'leah (4), Averi (4), and Ace (1). Lucille enjoyed camping, sewing, crafting, monthly trips to Disneyland with family (Disneyland junkies) and vacationing in Hawaii, but her most favorite was Wednesday nights when her and dad would cuddle on the couch or talk on the phone if he was in another state and watch their UFC together. Her smile would brighten any room she would walk into. She lived for her family, they were her world. She loved watching her chili peppers on the fields, she never missed a school function and frequented Target at least once a week. She will be missed by many and remain in the hearts of us all.

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  1. Always remember at Christmas time many years ago how Lucille always had her girls dressed up so cute with their hair in ribbons with ringlets. Wonderful mother and grandmother who loved her children and grandchildren so much! Will be deeply missed. Rest In Peace.
    Chrissy , Sally and Tommy

  2. I will never forget Lucy she was the most kind ,loving person ever she was the best at 31 she was an amazing mom wife and I loomed at her as an aunt because if I was ever going through something she would always be an ear to talk to and a great advise giver Lucy I love you always and will be their for your girls if they ever need me RIP you will be missed dearly and never forgotten!!������

  3. Lucille you were a true meaning of a kind heart. I will miss your laugh, your cooking, our coffee in the morning and so so much more. I will always love you to the moon and back. Rest with the angels my dear cousin…

  4. Offering my deepest sympathy to the family. May having faith in the loving promises of our Heavenly Father, such as knowing that we can see our loved ones again, bring your heart the peace and comfort you now need. 1Th 4:14 For if we have faith that Jesus died and rose again, so too God will bring with him those who have fallen asleep in death through Jesus.

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