Salina Reanne Santiago

October 16, 1991 ~ July 19, 2023 (age 31) 31 Years Old


Salina Reanne Santiago, born on the sixteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and ninety-one, hath taken her final bow on the nineteenth day of July, 2023. Born in Garden Grove, CA and raised in the Orange and Placentia area, she hath completed her earthly journey in the neighboring city of Placentia. She leaves behind a loving mother, Yvette Serna; grandmother Carol Haro “Grandma Yoda”; two devoted sisters, Katrina Santiago and Adrianna Santiago; a caring brother, Fernando Santiago Jr; five beautiful children; two nieces; three nephews and two cousins that were like her brother and sister, Isaiah Serna and Sharee Olivares.

Salina, having been educated at Valencia High School, was known for her adventurous and loving spirit. She was a woman of thoughtful disposition, having a heart that was ever ready to give and receive love. Her life was a testament to her character, as she was a beacon of kindness and compassion to all who were fortunate enough to cross her path.

A lover of the culinary arts, Salina was known far and wide for her exceptional prowess in the kitchen. Her dishes, reminiscent of a symphony, were a delightful blend of flavors that danced upon the tongue and warmed the heart. Her culinary skills, honed to perfection, were a source of joy and comfort to her loved ones, and she delighted in sharing this gift with those around her.

In addition to her culinary pursuits, Salina had a penchant for collecting unique bongs - lol. Her collection, a testament to her unique and eclectic tastes, was a source of great pride and joy. Each piece, carefully chosen and lovingly cared for, told a story of its own, reflecting the beauty and diversity of the world around her.

Salina had a deep appreciation for the classics, particularly the old movies and sitcoms. The 'I Love Lucy Show' held a special place in her heart, its timeless humor and charm resonating with her old soul. Her love for these classics was infectious, often inspiring those around her to join in her nostalgic trips down memory lane.

Her collection of unusual socks and beanies, much like her bong collection, was a reflection of her vibrant personality. Each piece, unique in its design and color, was a testament to her adventurous spirit and love for the unusual. Her love for bright eye shadow was yet another example of her bold and fearless approach to life, a striking contrast to her otherwise quiet and thoughtful demeanor.

In the grand theatre of life, Salina Reanne Santiago played her part with grace and dignity. She was a loving daughter, a caring sister, and a cherished friend. Her adventurous spirit, thoughtful nature, and loving heart have left an indelible mark on the hearts of those who knew her. As we bid her adieu, we remember her not with sorrow, but with joy for having had the privilege of sharing in her journey.

Thus, we raise our glasses in a toast to Salina Reanne Santiago, a woman of exceptional character and boundless love. May her spirit continue to inspire us, even as she takes her place amongst the stars. To eternal rest, fair Salina, until we meet again.

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Memorial Service
August 18, 2023

4:00 PM
Ferrara Colonial Mortuary
351 N. Hewes Street
Orange, CA 92869


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