Yaralet Castanon Corvera, a vibrant and loving soul, passed away on July 8, 2023, in her hometown of Tucson, AZ. She was born on October 14, 2000, in the same city she called home throughout her entire life. Yaralet's bright spirit brought joy to everyone she encountered, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of her family and friends.
Yaralet was a graduate of Pueblo High School, where she excelled academically and forged many lifelong friendships. Her genuine kindness and welcoming nature made her a beloved figure among her peers and teachers. Yaralet's enthusiasm for learning extended beyond the classroom; she possessed an insatiable curiosity about the world around her.
One of Yaralet's fondest memories was the playful banter she shared with her father. Their lighthearted teasing brought laughter to their lives, deepening their bond. It was during these moments that their love for one another truly blossomed. These cherished memories will forever hold a special place in the hearts of both Yaralet and her grieving father.
Cooking held a special place in Yaralet's heart. She found solace and joy in creating exquisite meals for her loved ones. Her culinary talents knew no bounds as she experimented with various flavors and recipes. To Yaralet, cooking was not just a hobby but an expression of love that brought families together around the dinner table. Her family will forever cherish the memories of laughter-filled meals shared with Yaralet standing proudly in the kitchen.
Yaralet held beauty both inside and out; a radiant spirit that could light up any room. With her beaming smile and infectious laughter, she had an uncanny ability to lift the spirits of those around her. Her caring nature extended beyond her immediate circle—they were qualities admired by all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Yaralet's favorite color was baby blue, a hue that mirrored her gentle and serene presence. This color now holds a deeper meaning for her loved ones as they remember her through its calming embrace. In memory of Yaralet, her family may choose to incorporate this beloved shade into the celebrations of her life to keep her spirit alive.
Left to cherish Yaralet's memory are her adoring parents, Edgar Castanon Soto and Paola Corvera; her loving sister, Paulette Castanon; as well as her maternal grandmother, Guillermina Delgado; maternal grandfather, Felix Salmon; paternal grandfather, Ana Castanon; and paternal grandfather, Francisco Castanon; as well as many aunts, uncles and cousins. She also leaves behind her precious puppy, Blackie. Their hearts ache with grief at the loss of such a remarkable young woman.
A viewing to honor and say goodbye to Yaralet will be held on July 13, 2023, at Martinez Funeral Chapels in Tucson. The event will begin at 1:00 PM with heartfelt memories shared among family and friends. As the day progresses, attendees will have an opportunity to pay their final respects until 5:00 PM.
Let us remember Yaralet Castanon Corvera for the radiant joy she brought into our lives. May her loving spirit continue to guide us in our darkest moments as we find solace in the beautiful memories she leaves behind. Though she may no longer be with us physically, Yaralet's legacy will forever be etched in our hearts.
The family would like to give a special thank you to everyone at Bayada Home Care and Clinica Medica Familar for their compassion and care they provided to Yaralet and her family.