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Miguel Angel Zamudio-Ceballos

December 9, 1977 — January 8, 2024

Lexington

Miguel Ángel Zamudio-Ceballos, de 46 años, de Lexington, Nebraska, falleció el lunes 8 de enero de 2024 como resultado de un accidente automovilístico, afuera de Lexington, Nebraska.

El nació el 19 de diciembre de 1977 en Zamora, Michoacán, hijo de Carmelo Zamudio y Salud Ceballos. La familia se mudó a California durante unos años antes de hacer Nebraska su hogar en 1988 y donde Miguel asistió a la escuela en Lexington.

Miguel era un hombre de familia. Le encantaba jugar con sus sobrinos. En ocasiones especiales para los sobrinos, no perdía tiempo para regalarles algo especial y demostrarles lo mucho que significaban para él. Le encantaba invitar a su familia a cenas especiales para sus cumpleaños. Su mayor orgullo y mas reciente reconocimiento fue el día en que el se convirtió en padrino de su sobrina, Millie.

Miguel trajo mucho amor y alegría al mundo. Era una de esas personas que era inolvidable, aunque solo lo conocieran una vez. Era verdaderamente un personaje que se enorgullecía de hacer la gente sonreír, reír y sentir alegría. Al oír su risa infecciosa, todos a su alrededor no podían evitar reírse con él.

Miguel no tenía miedo cuando se trataba de la vida y se negaba a dejar que nada lo detuviera. Cualquier cosa que pudieras hacer, él también podía hacerlo. Le encantaba viajar y experimentar cosas nuevas como un parapente con su familia durante un viaje a Cancún. Otras aventuras que a Miguel le encantaban era caminar el mar de California o la adrenalina que venia de subirse a montañas rusas. Ninguna aventura fue demasiado grande para el.

Cada mañana, se podía encontrar a Miguel desayunando en uno de sus lugares favoritos del pueblo. Caminando o manejando por el pueblo explorando y haciendo amigos en el camino. En otras ocasiones, se encontraba en el cine con su hermano, Arturo, viendo las nuevas películas del cine. Sus favoritas eran las películas de Marvel.

A Miguel le encantaba la música cumbia. Durante las reuniones y fiestas lo encontraban bailando toda la noche. No importaba si era el mejor bailarín o no, el tenía movimientos y una sonrisa contagiosa que traía alegría a todos a su alrededor. 

Cuando llegaba su cumpleaños de Miguel, lo único que quería era pasar tiempo con su familia y salir a cenar. Sin embargo, siempre tenía que ser un restaurante nuevo para poder probar todo tipo de comidas.

El mayor apoyo y compañero de Miguel era su madre. Tenían una relación increíblemente especial y amorosa. El la llamaba policía porque ella intentaba detenerlo haciendo algo demasiado atrevido, pero él sabía que todo era por amor. A Miguel le encantaba ayudar a su mamá y a su padrastro en su restaurante, Lo Mejor De Michoacán.

Durante los últimos 22 años, Miguel ha sido una cara familiar en el restaurante de la familia. Ha sido amado por familiares, amigos y clientes. El será profundamente extrañado.

Los que quedan para honrar su memoria son su mamá y su padrastro, Salud Ceballos y Mario Méndez de Lexington; su padre, Carmelo (Maricela) Zamudio, de Arkansas; hermanos, Arturo (Amanda) Zamudio de Lexington, Jorge Zamudio de Kearney, Asusena Zamudio de Lexington, Geylin (David) Méndez-Prado de Kearney y Mario Méndez Jr. de Kearney, Carmelo Jr. Zamudio de Arkansas, Christian Zamudio y Pedro Zamudio de México; Ahijada, Millie Prado-Méndez de Kearney; 16 sobrinas y sobrinos, numerosos primos, tías, tíos y muchos amigos.

La visita se llevará a cabo el jueves 18 de enero de 2024, y la familia recibirá invitados de 5 a 7 p.m. en la Iglesia Católica de Santa Ana con un rosario a las 7 p.m.

La Misa de Entierro Cristiano se llevará a cabo el viernes 19 de enero de 2024 a las 2:00 p.m. en la Iglesia Católica de Santa Ana en Lexington, Nebraska, oficiada por el Padre José Chávez.

El entierro se llevará a cabo en el Cementerio Católico de Santa Ana en Lexington.

Los memoriales se sugieren amablemente a la familia para su posterior designación.

La funeraria Reynolds-Love en Lexington tiene el honor de ayudar a la familia con los arreglos. Por favor, comparta sus condolencias en línea visitando: reynoldslovefuneralhome.com

Miguel Angel Zamudio-Ceballos, 46, of Lexington, Nebraska, passed away on Monday, January 8, 2024, as the result of an automobile accident outside of Lexington, Nebraska.
 
He was born on December 19, 1977, in Zamora, Michoacan to Carmelo Zamudio and Salud Ceballos. The family moved to California for a few years before making Nebraska their home in 1988 and where Miguel attended school in Lexington.
 
Miguel was a family man. He loved playing with his nieces and nephews. On special occasions he always stepped out of his way to give them special gifts and show them how much they meant to him. He also loved treating his family to special birthday dinners. His biggest pride and most recent celebration was the day he became a godfather to his niece, Millie.
 
Miguel brought love and joy to the world leaving unforgettable impressions. He was truly a character that took pride in making others smile, laugh and feel joy all around. When hearing his infectious laugh, everyone around him couldn’t help but laugh with him.
 
Miguel was fearless when it came to life and refused to let anything stop him. Whatever you could do, he could do it too. He loved to travel and experience new things like parasailing with his family in Cancun. Other adventures Miguel enjoyed was walking down the shore in California or the adrenaline rush that came from riding on his favorite roller coasters. No adventure was too great for him. 
 
Every morning, you could find Miguel getting breakfast at one of his favorite spots in town. Walking or driving around town exploring and making friends along the way. In other occasions you would find Miguel in theaters with his brother, Arturo, watching the latest movies. His all-time favorites were the Marvel movies.
 
Miguel's favorite music was cumbia, in family reunions and celebrations you would often find him dancing all night. It didn’t matter if he was the best dancer or not, he had moves and an infectious smile. He would have family and friends laughing and cheering him on. He made sure everyone was having a good laugh. 
 
When Miguel's birthday came around, all he wanted was to spend time with his family and go out for dinner. However, it always had to be a new restaurant so he could try all different kinds of food.
 
Miguel's biggest supporter and sidekick was his mom. They had an incredibly special and loving relationship. He would often call her the police because she would try and stop him from doing anything too daring, but he knew it was all out of love. Miguel loved helping his mom and stepdad at their restaurant, Lo Mejor De Michoacan.  
 
For the past 22 years, Miguel has been a familiar face in the family's restaurant. He has been loved by family, friends and customers. He will be dearly missed.
 
Those left to honor his memory are his mom and stepdad, Salud Ceballos and Mario Mendez of Lexington; father, Carmelo (Maricela) Zamudio of Arkansas; siblings, Arturo (Amanda) Zamudio of Lexington, Jorge Zamudio of Kearney, Asusena Zamudio of Lexington, Geylin (David) Mendez-Prado of Kearney, and Mario Mendez Jr. of Kearney, Carmelo Zamudio Jr. of Arkansas, Christian Zamudio and Pedro Zamudio of Mexico; Goddaughter, Millie Prado-Mendez of Kearney; 16 nieces and nephews, as well as numerous cousins, aunts, uncles, and many, many friends.
 
Visitation will be held on Thursday, January 18, 2024, with family receiving guests from 5-7 p.m. at St. Ann's Catholic Church with a Rosary to follow at 7 p.m.
 
Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, January 19, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Lexington, Nebraska, with Father Jose Chavez, officiating.
 
Interment will be held at St. Ann's Catholic Cemetery in Lexington.
 
Memorials are kindly suggested to the family for later designation.
 
Reynolds-Love Funeral Home in Lexington is honored to be assisting the family with arrangements. Please share online condolences by visiting: reynoldslovefuneralhome.com
To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Miguel Angel Zamudio-Ceballos, please visit our flower store.

Service Schedule

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Visitation

Thursday, January 18, 2024

5:00 - 7:00 pm (Central time)

St. Ann's Catholic Church

301 E 6th St, Lexington, NE 68850

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Rosary

Thursday, January 18, 2024

Starts at 7:00 pm (Central time)

St. Ann's Catholic Church

301 E 6th St, Lexington, NE 68850

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Mass

Friday, January 19, 2024

Starts at 2:00 pm (Central time)

St. Ann's Catholic Church

301 E 6th St, Lexington, NE 68850

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Burial

Friday, January 19, 2024

St. Ann's Catholic Cemetery

75547 County Rd 435, Lexington, NE 68850

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