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Leticia Corona

October 22, 1972 ~ November 17, 2022 (age 50) 50 Years Old

Leticia Corona Obituary

Leticia "Leti" Corona Arellano, age 50, of Belvidere, IL, entered Heaven on November 17, 2022. She was born on October 22, 1972, in Acapulco, Mexico, a daughter of the late N. Manuel Corona Solis and Josefina Arellano Navarrete.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her stepdaughter Angelica Bailon, paternal grandparents Mauro Corona and Serafina Onofre, and maternal grandparents Saturnino Arellano and Andrea Navarrete. 

Leti is survived by her partner Eloy Bailon of Belvidere; children Veronica Bailon and Jonathan Bailon of Belvidere, and Steven (Tessa) Bailon of Edwardsville, IL; stepdaughters Carolina Bailon of Lake Zurich, IL; Elizabeth Bailon of Schaumburg, IL; and Yvette Bailon of Plainfield, IL; siblings Maria Isabel Santiago Arellano, Javier Santiago Arellano, Juan Manuel Corona Arellano, Edith Corona Arellano, Rocío Corona Arellano, Irene Corona Arellano, and Josefina Corona Arellano; and many nieces, nephews, and friends. 

Leti was a very loving and caring person. She was always smiling and joking around with her family and friends. She was an amazing cook, had a passion for making bracelets and earrings, and enjoyed gardening. Leti cherished the time she spent with Eloy's family members. She would do anything for her children and always made sure they were taken care of. One of her favorite pastimes was spending time with her friends at the local Salvation Army Community Center. Leti was especially excited about finding out recently that she was going to be a grandmother. Leti bravely fought against cancer for nine years before deciding it was time to go to Heaven. 

A celebration of life will be held in the coming weeks, but a date has not yet been set. 

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Leticia "Leti" Corona Arellano falleció el 17 de noviembre de 2022 a la edad de 50 años. Nació el 22 de octubre de 1972 en Acapulco, México. Era hija de N. Manuel Corona Solis y Josefina Arellano Navarrete. 

Antes de ella, murieron su hijastra Angelica Bailon, abuelos paternos Mauro Corona y Serafina Onofre, y abuelos maternos Saturnino Arellano y Andrea Navarrete. 

Sus sobrevivientes son su pareja, Eloy Bailon, de Belvidere, IL; hijos, Veronica Bailon y Jonathan Bailon de Belvidere, IL, y Steven (esposa Tessa) Bailon de Edwardsville, IL; hijastras, Carolina Bailon de Lake Zurich, IL, Elizabeth Bailon de Schaumburg, IL, y Yvette Bailon de Plainfield, IL; hermanos, Maria Isabel Santiago Arellano, Javier Santiago Arellano, Juan Manuel Corona Arellano, Edith Corona Arellano, Rocío Corona Arellano, Irene Corona Arellano, y Josefina Corona Arellano; y muchos sobrinos y amigos. 

Leti era una persona amable y cariñosa. Siempre sonreía y bromeaba con su familia y sus amigos. Ella era una cocinera increíble. También le encantaba la jardinería y hacer pulseras y aretes. Ella le gustó pasar tiempo con la familia de Eloy. Haría cualquier cosa por sus niños y siempre aseguraba que les cuidaba. Iba a la Salvation Army Community Center y pasaba tiempo con sus amigos ahí. También, Leti estaba emocionada enterarse de las noticias que iba a ser abuela recientemente. Leti luchó contra el cáncer por nueve años y finalmente decidió irse al cielo. 

Una celebración de vida pasará en las semanas próximas, pero la familia todavía no ha escogido una fecha. 

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