Stella Ozuna Moya

Passed: September 17, 2015

Stella Ozuna Moya

Passed: September 17, 2015


Stella Ozuna Moya, 49, went home to be with our Lord and Savior in heaven on Sept. 17, 2015. The Lord blessed us with her on Sept. 17, 1966 and gave her angel wings on her 49th birthday. She fought a 3 ½ year courageous battle against breast cancer.

Stella was born in Salinas, CA; raised in Cashion, AZ; a 1985 Tolleson Union High School graduate and a graduate of Maricopa Beauty College.

She is survived by her husband of 28 years, Dennis Moya, Sr; daughter Priscilla Moya; sons Dennis Jr, Matthew and Armando Moya; and grandchildren Jasmyne and Bryson. She is also survived by her parents Armando & Frances Ozuna; sister Cynthia Ozuna; and brother Raymond Ozuna, Sr.

Stella was a talented artist who loved painting beautiful works of art as she listened to her favorite music…oldies, old school and Prince. She was blessed with a beautiful voice and loved to sing for family and friends.

Stella will always be remembered for her kind and giving heart, compassion, sense of humor, beautiful paintings, a keen eye for collectibles and making the best green chile, but she will mostly be remembered for loving her family and friends with all her heart.

She will be missed dearly but we thank God she is no longer suffering. She’s singing in heaven’s choir now. Stella, you will always be in our hearts and our many fond memories. Love you always, until we meet again, rest in peace.

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5 responses to Stella Ozuna Moya

  1. jessica says:

    Stella and i attended Maricpa Beauty College together, she did love to walk around singing from work station to another. I remember running into her years later she always had that amazing bright smile and laugh with that little snort she let slip once in a while which often led us to more laughter. My prayers are with your family

  2. Dennis,
    So sorry to hear of Stella’s passing. Our thoughts are with you and your children.

  3. Stella Ozuna Moya was a sister to me and not just my cousin. She was always there for me and her faith and strength was inspiring to me. I will miss everything about her and never forget her. I would not be here if it wasn’t for Stella. The best childhood memories were with her. I love Stella with everything I am.

  4. Taylor Woods says:

    I am so sorry for your loss. Cherish the beautiful memories you made and the dreams you shared with Stella. May you find comfort and peace in the Bible’s promise, “And He (God) will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and Death Will Be No More, neither will mourning, nor outcry, not pain be any more…” (Revelation 21:4) With my deepest sympathies.

  5. Stella it’s been over a year and I miss you everyday. You are my sister my best friend. What we had is hard to find and I hope when my time is up you are the first soul to welcome me to heaven…

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