Our Story

We've loved every minute of our Journey

In Loving Memory

Lupe S. Angulo

Military Wife - Korean War

December 20, 1930 - October 9, 2015

Alzheimer Disease

Assisting homeless women with distributing clothing and female veterans shelters with business causal attire.   



In Loving memory

Alejandro c. angulo

March 27, 1929 - December 13, 2015

Alzheimer Disease 

Distributing pajamas, robes, slippers , blankets, clothing and toiletries to Veteran Memory Loss Centers

Military Family

My father and siblings were born in Merrill, Nebraska except the eldest brother. They worked in fields after school, Saturdays and during the summer.

My grandfather got ill and they moved to Mexico City, Mexico where he passed away. My dad was 12 years old and worked in various places. He loved to play soccer, boxing and dominoes. My dad returned to the United States when he was 19 years old.

My mother (born in Los Angeles) and had 5 siblings (raised in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico) and she became an orphan at the age of 13. Her mother passed away from cancer and two years later her father passed away. She was raised by my great grandmother until the age of 17. She returned to Los Angeles and stayed with her brother, Robert (he liked to play soccer and dance).

My parents met at a soccer game where my Uncle Robert and my Dad were on the same team.

They got married on September 19, 1950 and two days later he was off to war - Korean War. (Together for 65 years)

Family Veterans:

Dad - Army; Uncles Ruben, Raul, Jose, Louie, Sr., (Army); Uncle Fernando and Raul (Army National Guard) ; my son, Raymond (Marine)My husband, Basil (Army Vietnam Veteran) Cousins Louie and Manual (Army); Cousin Arturo (Marine); Cousin-in-law Carlos (Navy); Nephews Gilbert & Alex (Marines); Nephew Samuel (Navy) and current Nieces Amanda, Rosie & Rosario (Army) and niece  (Navy); and nephew Jonathon Marines.