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June 26, 2019

Aida Kuendig

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Posted: Thursday, April 25, 2019 12:00 am

Aida Kuendig passed away April 7th in her home, where she took care of her own mother, brother, and husband in their last days. Aida was born in El Salvador and met her soon-to-be, Swiss-born, husband in San Francisco. She passed away from old age and the heartbreak of losing her husband of 63 years. Aida lived a life of caring for others and loved being with her family and friends.

She leaves two sons Hans and Anton Jr., grandson Jonathan and granddaughter Hannah, daughter-in-law Jill, son-in-law Aaron, three great-grandchildren, three nieces, and friends. “She had a wonderful sense of humor and filled us with her unconditional love. We can never fill this hole in our hearts.” Services for Aida will be held at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church on April 25th, 11 am. Callaghan Mortuary is honored to be serving the Kuendig family. An online guestbook is available for condolences at www.callaghanmortuary.com.

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