Theresa Arroyo was born in Oxnard California to her loving parents Escencia Gonzalez Moreno and Max Moreno. She was the oldest of four siblings Rosalina, Susannah, and Max “Boy” Moreno. They grew up in Oxnard where she had other cousins and family. She was a caring and loving big sister. Growing up she loved helping out and playing with her baby bother Max and her sister Susannah and at times she would go with her mom to work at the Burpee Seed company. She enjoyed those experiences playing in the fields and being around all the beautiful plants.
She attended Santa Clara High School and graduated in 1989. A year later she met Robert O. Servin and in 1991 they moved to Lancaster. Later that year her first son was born on December 21 and she became a loving and nurturing mother to Robert Moses Servin. In 1993, she met Christopher Johnson and his daughter Christina Johnson, they were together for 23 years. They had 2 more boys, John Johnson born on June 13 and Christopher Anthony Johnson born on May 29. She was an amazing mother. She never stopped caring for her boys and made it possible for her family to work for all her sons. She had a great friendship with her sons' fathers and that made their family special.
Theresa was a great friend. She was loved by a lot of people. She would do her best to help others and would never turn a friend away. She never gave up if she was helping. She would always see it through even when times were tough. She would give her sons the strength to carry on and push them to be the best.
She became a grandmother in 2007 to her first grandson Adrian, she loved being a grandmother even though she wasn’t ready to be old. Then Olivia came in 2010, Azalea in 2017 and last, Kai born in March 2021 where she developed a special kind with each of them. She loved all her grandchildren, they kept her busy and she loved spoiling them. She loved being with them and acting silly, eating cheesecake and ice cream. She always brought them snacks every time she came around. They all loved spending time with grandma just like everyone who would spend enough time with her.
She was so full of life and love. She genuinely wanted better for everyone around her. She will always be in our hearts and in the hearts of those she loved.