Guillermo Cordero

Guillermo Arzate Cordero

Thursday, January 14th, 1932 - Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019
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Guillermo Arzate Cordero 87 of Ocala Passed away on April 23, 2019 at Legacy House. He was born in Mexico City, Mexico on January 14, 1932 to Alberto Cordero and Maria Arzate Cordero. He is survived by his children in Florida, Texas and California. He was an appliance technician.
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Carol Santana

Posted at 12:39pm
Dear Cordero Family, please accept my deepest condolences in your loss of Mr. Cordero. At times like this we can turn to the 'God of all comfort' (2 Corinthians 1:3-4) and the promises he foretells in his word, the Holy Scriptures. Revelation 21:4 is a particularly comforting verse as it promises a time when death, sorrow and pain will be no more. Since these conditions do not exist in heaven, the verse has meaning for us here on earth. Jesus also demonstrated and promised a resurrection of our loved ones when he resurrected Lazarus and others back to life on earth, what he will do under God Kingdom (John 5:28-29). Other comforting verses are: Job 14:10, 12-15; Isaiah 33:24; 25:8. Please read these verses together as a family. They will bring you peace and comfort. Sincerely Mrs. C. Santana.


Posted at 03:56am
God’s Word assures us that Jehovah has eagerly anticipated​—has had an earnest longing for—​the time when he will bring them back to life. (Job 14:14, 15) They will be happy and in vibrant health.

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