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Luis Salcedo

Luis Salcedo (Salcedo Talamantes)

Saturday, March 26th, 1955 - Wednesday, May 12th, 2021
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Obituary

Luis Salcedo, age 66, was called into heaven on May 12th, 2021 in Madison, Wisconsin. He was born on March 26, 1955 in Zacatecas, Mexico. He is survived by his loving wife Rosalva Salcedo and their two children Fabiola and Ulises Salcedo, his 6 brothers and sister, many cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.

Luis Salcedo moved to the U.S in the late 90’s. He eventually returned home where he began his relationship with Rosalva. In time, Luis returned to California where Rosalva and he got married. They made their way to Madison, Wisconsin where they began their life. They started in a small apartment and made their way to owning their own home together, and created a family.

Education was very important to him; he attended MATC and obtained his GED. He worked hard to be able to give his children the opportunities he couldn’t have. He enjoyed watching classic western Mexican movies with his wife and going on walks together. He loved to sing and would sing spontaneously around the house. He created so many wonderful memories with those around him and will be dearly missed by all that knew him.

Luis was a very genuine, honest, hard-working, and caring person. He was the kind of person that could carry out a conversation with anyone. He loved to talk and stay in touch with his family and friends. He enjoyed sharing his jokes and making others laugh. Helping others and lending a hand came naturally to him. He had a way with his words and advice he could make your problems or dilemmas seem almost okay after going to him.

He is preceded in death by his parents Manuel Salcedo, Francisca Talamantes, and his unborn son Jesus Salcedo.

Funeral Services will be held at Foster Funeral & Cremation Sunday, May 23.



Luis Salcedo, de 66 años, fue llamado al cielo el 12 de Mayo de 2021 en Madison, Wisconsin. Nació el 26 de Marzo de 1955 en Zacatecas, México. Le sobreviven su querida esposa Rosalva Salcedo y sus dos hijos Fabiola y Ulises Salcedo, sus 6 hermanos y hermana, muchos primos, sobrinas, sobrinos y amigos.

Luis Salcedo se mudó a Estados Unidos a finales de los 90. Finalmente regresó a casa donde comenzó su relación con Rosalva. Con el tiempo Luis regresó a California donde Rosalva y él se casaron. Se dirigieron a Madison, Wisconsin, donde comenzaron su vida. Comenzaron en un apartamento pequeño y se abrieron camino hasta ser dueños de su propia casa juntos y crearon una familia.

La educación era muy importante para él; asistió a MATC y obtuvo su GED. Trabajó duro para poder darles a sus hijos las oportunidades que él no podía tener. Disfrutaba viendo películas clásicas mexicanas con su esposa y paseando juntos. Le encantaba cantar y cantaba espontáneamente en la casa. Creó tantos recuerdos maravillosos con quienes lo rodeaban y todos los que lo conocieron lo extrañarán mucho.

Luis era una persona muy genuina, honesta, trabajadora y cariñosa. Era el tipo de persona que podía mantener una conversación con cualquier persona, le encantaba hablar y estar en contacto con su familia y amigos. Disfrutaba compartiendo sus bromas y haciendo reír a los demás. Ayudar a los demás y dar una mano le resultaba natural. Tenía una habilidad con sus palabras y consejos que podía hacer que sus problemas o dilemas parecieran estar casi bien después de acudir a él.

Le anteceden en la muerte sus padres Manuel Salcedo, Francisca Talamantes y su hijo Jesús Salcedo.

Los servicios funerarios se llevarán a cabo en Foster Funeral & Cremation el domingo 23 de Mayo.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, May 23rd, 2021 | 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    When
    Sunday, May 23rd, 2021 1:00pm - 3:00pm
    Location
    Foster Funeral Service (Madison)
    Address
    2737 Coho St
    Madison, WI 53713
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  • Service

    Sunday, May 23rd, 2021 | 3:00pm
    When
    Sunday, May 23rd, 2021 3:00pm
    Location
    Foster Funeral Service (Madison)
    Address
    2737 Coho St
    Madison, WI 53713
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Erica Gefke

Posted at 12:10pm
I have know him my whole life. I have very wonderful memories of my tío. He took me to Mexico when I was younger. He played with my children and would chase them around. He use to put Dulce on the bus for me as I was a working mom. Now I won’t have him here to speak about the Green Bay Suckers, as that’s what he called them. His loss hurts a lot and I’m very grateful to have known him and call him family.
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