Beloved eternal companion and wife, Lilia Pasigado Servoss, returned to her heavenly home on February 2, 2021 from causes incident to COVID. She passed peacefully and quietly with her husband at her side.
Lilia was born in Kidapawan City, Philippines on July 28, 1952, the oldest child of Antonio Pasigado and Maxima Ronquillo. She was proud of her Filipino heritage.
She was a devoted and cherished daughter, sister, and wife. She attended school in the Philippines and moved to the United States in 1986. In her youth, she was proficient in academics and sports. She won numerous tennis tournaments and continued to play though her adult life.
Larry and Lilia Servoss were married May 9,1987 in the Philippines. They met through a mutual friend and became pen pals. Larry courted Lilia through many long-distance phone calls and love letters. They fell in love and the first time they met in person is the week of their marriage.
Lilia loved living in the United States but returned to the Philippines every three to four years to visit her family and reconnect to the land where she grew up.
Lilia was a pillar of love, strength and unity. She was the backbone of her family and was a second mom to her sisters and brothers. She led by example and helped many family members financially to achieve a quality education.
Lilia will be remembered for her generous spirit and loving heart. She was full of compassion and service to all those around her. When you visited the Servoss home you would never leave hungry, always with a plate of food to take with you.
She was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints. She was always making food and decorating for their ward gatherings. Larry and Lilia were sealed in the Salt Lake Temple on November 15, 2017.
She was an avid cook, gardener and seamstress. Her food was always the hit of the party and she had a unique talent to design the most beautiful flower arrangements. She had an impeccable taste in clothing and was always willing to share her knowledge with others.
Lilia was a hard worker and always kept busy. She was employed at Super Silk and Discover Card. She held many management positions though her career.
We are thankful for family members and friends in the Cannon 1st Ward for their support and love.
She is survived by her husband, mother, and by her sisters Alicia Callis (Loloy), Norma Thompson, Vilma Pasigado and her brothers Florecio Pasigado (Cherry), Eleno Pasigado (Raquel), Edgar Pasigado (Lucy) and Antonio Pasigado (Joy).
A viewing will be held Thursday, Feb. 11th from 11-12:45 at Cannon Stake Center (934 Fremont Avenue, Salt Lake City). Funeral Services will begin at 1:00 pm. For those who wish to view the recording of the services, please click here: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/P-zMSHbnh3PjAOua9Le3nPYWXsSkDD2ImO7_gCwQMPxtlwFgWfxuQy1xMYsVk4LI.AridgrhDpiqTuGAM
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Interment at Bountiful Cemetery.