Conchita de Castro Jimenez, 78, of Glen Dale, WV, passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 1st, 2021 at 10:50am, surrounded by her family.
She is survived by her husband, Carlos C. Jimenez M.D., her brother, Rolando D.D.S., her sister, Senny, her daughter, Cynthia, her son-in-law, Lanny, her grandson, Milo, her three granddaughters, Carissa, Camilla, Claudia, and their mother, Cindy.
Conchita was the epitome of her favorite color, yellow: happy, bright, and loving. She was a ray of sunshine that brightened every room she walked into; she had a heart of gold and a mind for business. With her radiance and brilliance, she excelled in her studies at the University of the East in business administration, accounting, and economics, becoming a professor at the school and the CFO of L&S Chemical Company in Manila. After moving from the Philippines to the United States with Carlos, she seamlessly transitioned into the office manager and took charge of her husband’s medical practice.
She had the vision and an aesthetic for beauty in all aspects of her life. No matter what the situation was, good or bad, she approached it with poise and grace, staying true to herself until the end. Her pure and joyous soul brought out the goodness in those she encountered throughout her life.
Conchita was preceded in death by her son, Christopher, who’s waiting to embrace her with a smile and a glass of Chardonnay. Her warmth is still with us and her melody is still alive. She will be profoundly missed.
Viewing is on Wednesday, May 5th, from 4-8pm, and Thursday, May 6th, at 2-4pm and 6-8pm, with the vigil service will be held at 7:30pm at Altmeyer Funeral Homes, 154 Kruger St. Wheeling, WV 26003.
Mass will be held on Friday, May 7th, at 9am, at The Cathedral of St. Joseph, 1300 Eoff St. Wheeling, WV 26003.
A special thanks to Amedysis Home Health Care, Amedysis Hospice Care, and Dr. Renato Delacruz.
Just heard of the passing of Mrs Jimenez. So sorry Cynthia and Dr Jimenez. She was truly one of a kind and shall be missed.
Cynthia and Tito Chuck, our sincerest condolences on the passing of Tita Chit. I cannot think of any kinder a soul in my life than Tita Chit! She will truly be missed!
Doctor Jimenez and Family,
I hope you will find some measure of solace in knowing you now have a powerful ambassador representing and pulling for her Family in Heaven. She was certainly a fine lady in so many ways. Look to her now for strength and guidance. I’m sure she is already surrounded by our Lord’s loving arms. We will remember and offer prayers for your Family during Holy Mass. May God Bless and be with you in special ways during this time.
Mark and Christy Klug.
What a lovely tribute to a beautiful lady. Her legacy of love and kindness will live on in her family and all of her friends.
Dear Dr. Jimenez and Cynthia, the three of us here at Georgetown Visitation send our deepest sympathy, love and prayers – Sister Joanne, Sister Loretta and Sister Mary Alicia. The remembrance of her life was so beautiful. I was particularly struck by the phrase that mentioned “epitome of her favorite color” as my favorite
color. is yellow. I will be notifying Cynthia’s classmates of her mother’s passing.
Our hearts, thoughts and prayers to Kuya Tito, Cynthia and family. Wishing you peace and comfort during this difficult time. May her soul Rest In Peace.
I’m so sorry for the loss of your wife,,
Please accept our condolences on the passing of Conchita . It was an honor to have known such a great person. She was also a good cook like her husband ,Chuck. We will miss her pancit Malabon.
Our most sincere condolences.
Vince and Eva Almario
Our sincere sympathy in the loss Mrs. Jimenez.
My prayers and thoughts are toward the Jimenez family Dt J I am so sorry for your loss I only know how you are feeling my God comfort you and he was always beside you and your family love and God Bless you all love Claire Kavesky