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October 31, 2018

Dia De Los Muertos Celebration at Chief Mexico

Chief Mexico employees celebrate the Day of the Dead and honor the late Pablo Quiros, beloved Chief employee, husband, father, and friend.

Mexican Celebration to Honor the Dead

The Day of the Dead is a Mexican tradition that dates back to pre-Hispanic times when indigenous people celebrated the temporary return of loved ones that had passed. One of the most well known traditions, is the Dia de los Muertos altars. These altars are typically three levels, representing heaven, the world between the living and dead, and Earth. The Altars are then decorated with various items all with special meanings, including: candles, flowers, food & drink, salt, religious symbols, and more.