Grandpa Lauro passed away this morning

On behalf of the entire Pedraza family, we want to let everyone know that Don Lauro (Grandpa Lauro) passed away this morning at 7:00 AM, quietly in his sleep. We are very grateful for all the support we have received during this difficult time. We are thankful for his faithfulness to God and are looking forward to celebrating his life at the visitation later this afternoon and at his funeral tomorrow. Lauro was born on 1942, made a profession of faith in God in 1960, and died at age 71 in Monterrey.

About Dad

Machine Vision Research Director. Bilingual English/Spanish. Married Christian man with two children. Oregonian. Living in Raleigh, North Carolina, working in Prescott, Arizona. Judo Shodan. Graduate of Oregon State University (B.S. Business Administration, Marketing), Oregon Institute of Techonology (A.E. Computer Systems Engineering Technology), University of Texas at El Paso (M.S. Industrial Engineering). Volunteer researcher at North Carolina State University Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department.
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6 Responses to Grandpa Lauro passed away this morning

  1. Jon says:

    Mis sinceras condolencias. El planeta ha quedado aún más pobre y los cielos aún más ricos…
    Abrazos a toda la familia.

  2. what is a ‘visitation’?
    Is the noun jist no ‘visit?

    Sounds like granda micht appear as an apparition an then fit div ye dee?

  3. JoAnn and Jim Waldo says:

    Our Dear Lorena and Ken, Kelly and Christian,
    Oh we were so very sorry to hear of Lauro’s passing. He was an wonderful Papa and Grandpapa and he will be greatly missed. We are thankful that he lived a life to one day live in heaven with our Heavenly Father. May that bring you great comfort as you grieve for him these days. Love you all very much.
    Lovingly, Jim and JoAnn

  4. May God’s peace be near as you remember his life with family. The Lord’s grace be with you all.

    ~Luke

  5. Eric says:

    We think of you and your extended family in Monterrey. It is always bittersweet when a faithful one goes to his reward. I couldn’t agree more with Jon.

    I have great memories of sitting beside Grandpa Lauro in our home in Hillsboro with his pocket translator having the greatest of conversations and fellowship. I don’t remember a word we said to each other, but I remember his Christlike spirit with crystal clarity. Like so many others we have had the privilege to know, Grandpa Lauro’s life is still a testimony to Christ in the earth and will point others to Him for a long time to come.

  6. Dad says:

    Thank you all so very much for your kind comments. The grace of our Lord has been so apparent in all of this that we have been encouraged greatly to continue fervently in the race. We appreciate our friends who, keep their focus fixed on Christ and his fellowship rather than man, even in these comments. Grandpa Lauro would have loved this.

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