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Our next Meeting will be January 27th 2021 At 7:00 P.M.
Single - $150 (Sponsors a single child)
Double -$200 (3' x 5' Field Banner)
Triple - $300 (3' x 5' Field Banner *Named Team Sponsor)
Home run - $400 ( 4' x 8' Field Banner, *Named Team Sponsor, Sponsor Plaque)
Grand slam - $500 (4' x 8' Field Banner, *Named Team Sponsor, Sponsor Plaque, Sponsors a child)
Legacy - $1,000 per year (3 year Commitment) (Sponsors Name Displayed Year Round On Scoreboard Panel, *Named Team Sponsor, Sponsor Plaque
* Named Team Sponsor includes posting on SPLL website and ongoing announcements at games
You are able to Donate other Amounts as well
Make checks Payable to Santa Paula Little League. Mail form to 590 W. Main St, PMD #217 Santa Paula CA, 93060. Sponsors must provide a high resolution ( JPEG, or TIF) logo for all banners. Please email Logo to Danny.Metallhaus@gmail.com if you have any questions, please contact a member of the board.
Peter Sanchez, 94 of Santa Paula peacefully reunited with Our Lord and his beautiful wife, Rose, of seventy-one years, while at home, surrounded by his family on December 26, 2020.
Grandpa Pete was born on April 13, 1926 in Los Angeles, California and had been a resident of Santa Paula for ninety years. He was a member of The Labors Construction Local 585 for sixty-nine years. Peter served our country, courageously fighting in World War II for four years in the 38th Div. Bataan Luzon Island. He was awarded a bronze star, medals for Asiatic Pacific Campaign, WWII Victory, Combat Infantry Badge 1st award, Marksman Badge with Rifle Bar and Good Conduct.
He was a faithful man, serving as an usher for Saint Sebastian and Our Lady of Guadalupe Parishes. As a dedicated volunteer to his community, Pete founded UNITY baseball club and sponsored local youth baseball and softball athletes for approximately thirty years. During that time Pete became known as “Mr. Unity” down at Harding Park. He always answered the call from Santa Paula Little League and the Boys & Girls Club for any fundraising or construction projects. In 2012, Peter was recognized by Santa Paula and the State of California as he received the Santa Paula Latino Town Hall Youth Award; honoring him for all his years of service to the youth of Santa Paula. Pete was a member of the Veterans of Foreign War, American Legion, Knights of Columbus and a co-founder and president of the Mexican American Civic Organization.
Throughout his life, Pete enjoyed camping at numerous National Parks. He went from tent camping in the forests to glamping in the RV with his daughter and son-in-law, in his later years. Grandpa Pete liked watching NFL games, cheering on the Lakers, Dodgers, and UCLA, playing cards, watching cartoons with his great-grandchildren, and praying the rosary. During the Big Band Era, you could spot Pete dancing the night away with his gorgeous wife, Rose, at the hot spots in Southern California. Faith and family was of utmost importance to him and he instilled those values in his family.
Pete is survived by his loving daughters Angie (Jess) Solis and Tommie (Edward) Reyes; and grandchildren Rosemary (Larry) Navarro, Albert (Janice) Sevilla, Lorraine (John) Buckley, Patricia Medrano, Ernie (Denny) Sevilla, Eileen Sevilla, Louie (Ellen) Sevilla, Gina Bautista, Alex Galvan, David (Macie) Arguelles, Annette (Ismael) Cordero, Melissa (Ramiro) Delgadillo, Kristen (Danny) Wreesman; thirty-five great grandchildren, fifty-one great-great grandchildren, and five great-great-great grandchildren as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
He has been reunited with his beloved wife, Rose Sanchez; children Ernest and Alfred Sevilla; grandchildren Carmen Herrera and Sandra Vela; siblings and parents.
A special thank you to Pete’s son-in-law, Eddie Reyes, for selflessly caring for him for the last ten years. The family would also like to thank his physician, Dr. Mike Tushla, Susana Rivera Rodriguez, Father Charles, and the staff of Livingston Memorial.
“Vaya con Dios”
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Victor R Reyes, 70, of August 3, 1950, passed away on October 2, 2020 in Santa Paula. Funeral services will be held 10:00 am October 20, 2020 at Our Lady of Guadalupe in Santa Paula. Burial will follow at Santa Paula Cemetery. Arrangements are by Perez Family Funeral Home. Victor was born in Celaya, Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico to Ramon Reyes and Rosario Rosales on August 3, 1950. He married Gloria Reyes on August 9, 1980 in Santa Paula. He worked as a truck driver for Ameron Pole Products for more than 40 years. He was involved in coaching and umpiring for numerous years in Santa Paula. Victor will be remembered as a hardworking man who valued family above all other things. Victor is preceded in death by Ramon and Rosario Reyes and siblings. Victor is survived by his wife of 45 years Gloria Reyes, children David Chavez (Trisha Chavez), Michael Reyes (Yvette Reyes), Annette Reyes (Chase Fields), grandchildren Michael Reyes Jr (Alexis Rodriguez) , Gabrielle Reyes, McKenna Reyes, Oliva Reyes, Kye Chavez, Mateo Reyes, Isaiah Reyes, Great Grandchildren Malachi Ramirez and siblings Ralph Reyes and Lucy Paez and their children.
Link to his Obituary can be found Here