Our beautiful girl, Khloe Raelyn Salazar-Gloria, gained her wings on April 17, 2023 surrounded by all of her loved ones at home.
Public viewing will be from 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM on Thursday, April 20, 2023 at Robert Massie Riverside Chapel with a prayer service at 6:00 PM. Funeral services will be at 2:00 PM Friday at the House of Jireh with pastor Rob Wisdom, officiating. Burial will follow at Lawnhaven Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Robert Massie Funeral Home.
Khloe was born January 5, 2016 to Hector Gloria and Natalie Salazar. Khloe was always so full of life and smiles but was a little feisty one with lots of sass. She loved family and loved adventures. She was diagnosed at the early age of 4 with a terminal disease called Juvenile Huntington's. Though this horrific disease took everything from her, she still smiled her contagious smile. She was fighter till the end of her little life. She now can run up in Heaven with all her loved ones.
Preceded in death by her great grandfather, Amador Salazar, Sr.; grandmother, Melody Gloria; three uncles, baby Mario, Jacob Hernandez and Amador Salazar, Jr.; cousin, Isreal Galindo.
Khloe leaves behind her parents, Natalie Salazar and Hector Gloria; her little sister, Ari Gloria; grandparents, Carol "Wiggy" Salazar, Mario "Pa" Salazar; great-grandma, Ubaldina Salazar; great grand parents, Gus "Granpy" Constancio and Kay "Nana" Constancio; her uncle, Justin Salazar. Khloe had many aunts, uncles and cousins, she loved each and everyone of them. They made her laugh and enjoy life. She was loved by many and left a very lasting impression on you. She looked forward to spending time with each one of them.
Though you have left us here, your presence will always be felt...Fly high baby girl.
Pallbearers will be Justin Salazar, Junior Bedolla, George Reyes, Ryan Galindo, Jorge Morales, and Dustin Nguyen.
Flowers lay on the sandy beach for a precious 7-year-old,
As the sands of time has now passed.
Khloe loved the ocean water.
She felt the most alive when surrounded by the sea.
The water can be a healing power,
-it gave her great joy to feel the waves.
As the waves rushed to meet her, the sand melted her pain away.
Yet on Land, her life was like the ebb and flow.
Sometimes the water was calm.
Sometimes the undercurrent brought her down.
Yet, like the waves, her fears were washed away,
And her smile was as bright as a sunny day.
Our tears of salt are a reminder
Of how quickly the sea takes our loved one away.
The tide recedes,
But leaves behind
Bright seashells on the beach for Natalie and Hector to always remember,
Khloe's memories will never go away.
Khloe stood on the seashore one last time, waiting for her Lord to come.
Gentle waves washed her footprints away, as Jesus took her home to stay.
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