Funeraria Latino Americana, Los Angeles, CA

Funeraria Latino Americana

Los Angeles, CA 90023
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Phone: (323) 265-7016

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Comment on Funeraria Latino Americana - Los Angeles, CA written by: Caro 5 stars 2011-08-26 11:52:59 Great service, they help us alot through that difficult time, and it was very affordable, my family and I were very pleased


Funeraria Latino Americana - Los Angeles, CA Angelo Colunga Sending Condolences for Mark Anthony Jaimes 2013-04-23 21:04:00 I would like to see the obituary for Mr. Jaimes and who I understand is at your funeral home

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1969-12-31 19:00 - 5 things to do in your garden: Plant potatoes from seed, plant raw peanuts, don't forget to water, plant winter/spring vegetables

Plant seed potatoes from now through February. Order through catalogs or from specialty nurseries. Plant them in the ground or in large containers such as trash cans with holes in the... [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Christmas lives large — very large — in Agoura Hills home

On the day after Halloween, Andrea Cullinan got a phone call from a friend. "She said, 'Now don't disappoint me. I hope you have your Christmas music on.' " [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Joshua Siskin: Silver foliage, white flowers create a winter wonderland

Although frost is encountered in the Valley on no more than a few nights each winter, and the possibility of snow falling here is virtually nil, there are plants which, either through... [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Joshua Siskin: These plants bloom, but need little water

Q. Could you give me a list of your favorite long-blooming plants for the Valley? They should require a minimum of water and a minimum of pruning or other maintenance. -Oscar Montanez,... [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Fall colors in the San Fernando Valley

This month, Valley dwellers have been privileged with the sight of brightly colored foliage on crape myrtle, liquidambar, Modesto ash, ginkgo and Bradford pear trees. This is the... [read more]

1969-12-31 19:00 - Masterful pruning now will yield an abundance of roses later

In Kitty Belendez's backyard in Saugus, scads of thorny branches fall to the ground. Belendez, a master rosarian and co-founder of the 200-member Santa Clarita Valley Rose Society,... [read more]

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