Born on August 28th, 2000 to Wenona Matz and Ramon Arvizu. Wilson Teo Sr. and Louie Moses Sr. have both been a big part of her life and were blessed to have had a helping hand in raising her as their own. She was a wonderful fun-loving soul. Always joking around and trying to make others happy. When she walked into a room the mood brightened tremendously with just her energy. She loved to sing, dance, draw, and do makeup, she was multitalented and enjoyed trying out new things. She loved hanging out and taking care of her family. To her siblings she was a fun and loving person, her siblings includes Tomas Evangelista Jr., Angel Arvizu, Guenavive Arvizu, Briana Arvizu, Noah Arvizu, her twin brothers the Moses boys, Riley Moses, Jakobe Moses, Jaulice Moses, Suzanne Moses, Kiona Teo, Maryann Teo, Wilson Teo Jr., Darius WhiteEagle, Theron WhiteEagle, Kaylee WhiteEagle, Jeremiah WhiteEagle Jr., Ramon Arvizu Jr., Patti Arvizu, Marrisa Arvizu, Wilkie Teo, Dylan Schweiger, Louie Moses Jr., Cecil Rodarte, Maggie Moses, Angie Moses, Vonna Moses, Erika James and Shianna Savoie. To every one of them she was special person. A person that meant the world. Even looking at her you could tell she was a sweet, beautiful soul. She had many dreams she was working to achieve while helping others the whole way. She was a beam of bright hope to all. The greatest support to others. She was the kind of person that could do anything she put her mind to. She had a heart that could love the world. She loved animals and cute things, the color purple, music of all sorts. She loved to joke and play around especially with her younger sisters and brothers. To her family she was everything and to her friends she was the most. She loved everyone equally and was one of the most accepting people you’d ever meet. To say she wasn’t amazing would be a lie. The prettiest and brightest star in the universe couldn’t hold a challenge to her. The prettiest flowers would look simple if she stood next to it. She loved everyone she ever met; she didn’t know a stranger. She touched many hearts and believed in her friends even when they didn’t believe in themselves. Her personality is one of kind and will always be remembered. Family is the most important part in everyone’s life, and she would want everyone to live it to the fullest.
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