Obituary for \r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t Roberto Ortiz Valle\n\r\n\t\t\t\tRoberto Ortiz Valle, 76 of Orem Utah passed away on Monday, December 5, 2016. \n\nRoberto was born in Villa Corona Mexico to Jesus Ortiz Ramirez and Pilar Valle in 1940. \n\nHe is survived by his devoted wife, Guadalupe Ortega who he married in 1963. They raised 6 children together and is survived by Manuel “Chico”Ortiz, Blanca Gualotuna (Edwin), Jesus “Kiko” Ortiz (Kacie), Roberto “Charal”, and Guadalupe “Tequi” Ortiz. He is preceded in death by his daughter Pilar Ortiz who died at the age of 9. His loving grandchildren include (form oldest to youngest) Blanca Rosa Soldier, Alexa Brielle Ortiz, Amanda Gualotuna, Edwin Gualotuna jr., Zachary M Ortiz, Koby Ortiz, Emanuel Gualotuna, Kaylee Ortiz, Pilar Gualotuna, and Kent Ortiz. They all loved him very much and will miss him dearly. \n\nRoberto grew up in Villa Corona Mexico and was proud of his heritage. He gave his heart to its rich community and was happy to raise his family in the environment of strong values and hard work. \n\nHe started working at a very young age on his family ranch where he raised cattle and grew sugar cane. He later started working as a foreman/manager at the local sugar cane factory where he was considered a good leader and productive individual. \n\nIn 1964, Roberto sacrificed his time and efforts to provide opportunity for his family by working in the United States (Orem Utah) in the orchard industry. Even though he was not provided an education for himself, he always knew the importance of educating his children and made sure they were given as many opportunities as possible. \n\nRoberto was highly respected by all those who knew him. He was known to be full of integrity, honest, humble, hardworking, family oriented, a loving father, devoted husband, and quiet leader. He left a legacy to his children and grandchildren to be respectful to oneself, work hard each day, never give up, and be good to one another. He will be greatly missed.