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Annie Llamas

November 13, 1944 ~ April 7, 2022 (age 77)

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Annie Llamas, 77 years of age, passed away on April 7, 2022, at home after a 3 year battle with
Mesothelioma. Annie was born to Domingo and Julia Rosa on November 13th, 1944 in
Honolulu, Hawaii. She was one of 12 siblings and is survived by her sister’s Dorthy, Virginia,
and Margaret, brother’s Sonny, Raymond, Johnny (Trudy), Domingo (Cecilia), and Rio.
Preceded by her brother’s Manuel, Albert, and sister Julie. Annie moved with her family to the
mainland in 1951 and was raised in San Francisco, CA where she went to Bret Harte
Elementary School, Portola Junior High School, and Mission High School.

Annie later met Eliseo “Leo” Llamas and married him on June 17, 1961. Annie and Leo had 4
kids and moved to Concord, CA in 1975 to raise their family. She was a hard-working mother
who worked full time in the bindery industry for over 20 years and raised her children in a loving
home. Annie was known for opening up her home to whoever needed a helping hand or a floor
to sleep on. She was a very thoughtful, caring person who always put her family first.

Annie leaves behind her husband of 60 years Eliseo “Leo” Llamas. She also leaves behind her
children, Leo Jr (Colette), Bernadette (Dean), Julio, Jesus, and her constant companion, her
dog Little Bear. Annie had 11 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren with one on the way.
Annie loved and adored all of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and made sure they
always knew that she loved them as much as they loved her. She has a very large extended
family with countless nieces and nephews who she loved very much.

Annie was an avid sports fan who loved the 49ers, Giants, and Warriors. She enjoyed
crocheting blankets for the new additions to the family. Annie loved to watch Jeopardy, Wheel of
Fortune, and HGTV and never missed an episode of The View. She enjoyed playing the lotto
and going to the casino and was able to buy her dream home in Antioch, CA in 1998 after hitting
it big on Keno. After moving to Antioch she joined the senior center where she made a lot of
new friends that she became really close with. Annie was also known for her cooking and made
the best Arroz con gandules that everyone looked forward to eating at parties and family
gatherings. Annie was a very devoted wife, mother, sister, and friend who will be deeply missed
by those who love her

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