Tony Diaz

09/30/1957 - 11/15/2015

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Obituary For Tony Diaz

Born on September 30th, 1957 in Sacramento, CA, and entered into rest on November 15th, 2015 in Fremont, CA at the age of 58. Survived by his companion Josephine Cuevas of Fremont, CA.

A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, November 19th, 4pm at Fremont Memorial Chapel, 3723 Peralta Blvd., Fremont, CA 94536.

Services

19

Nov

Memorial Mass

04:00 PM

Fremont Memorial Chapel
3723 Peralta Boulevard
Fremont, CA 94536

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  • 10/01/2021

    Compadre , where do I begin:sob::sob::sob:...The memories of you go so far back, thinking of the days , the nights of laughs we have had together. Growing up with you and Bea was the best days in our lives. I will never ever forget you and you will be missed. Love you Tony ...

  • 10/01/2021

    Dearest BoBo, Where do I begin? My heart is broken and my stomach is uneasy. Words can't describe how much we love you. I say love because loved is past tense and we will never stop loving YOU. Thank you for accepting me into your family and always making me feel welcome. I will never forget our talks. May you rest in peace and don't worry about a thing. I'll do my best to take care of Bianca. Our strong one. ? ? Until we meet again, Allie

  • 10/01/2021

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  • 10/01/2021

    So sorry for your lost I was with you the day you meet Tony remember Bea:blush:and look at the beautiful family you to made together since.your in my thoughts and prayers I love all of you.Clara

  • 10/01/2021

    Sent a gift in memory of Tony Diaz

  • 10/01/2021

    Me and Gooty are so heartbroken by the passing of Uncle Tony. He will forever be in our hearts and never forgotten. He was truly a loving and funny man. We are truly blessed to have known him and be apart of this family. My favorite memory of Uncle Tony was the time he let Me, Danni, and Bianca ride in the bed of his truck on the way back home from Country Way on the freeway! (By the way it was only one exit up) Lol I remember wearing Angela's nemo hat back there and we were all just cracking up. We had a blast back there! Im truly going to miss him and he will forever live in all of our hearts. We love you Uncle Tony. And we're really praying for Tia Bea, Danni, Bianca and Angela to have the strength to get through this hard time. There's no words that can explain the pain I know that your all going through, just know we love you all very much and we're all here for you when you need a shoulder to lean on or an ear to listen. I'm so sorry for your loss. I love you guys.

  • 10/01/2021

    We've known Tony, Bea and all the kids for about 20+ years, since our kids were in school together. Our first encounter was out in front of Bea's mom's house and Nick and Tony met, spending the next several hours (maybe not that long, but it was close!) getting to know each other, neither of them at a loss for words, plus finding out they had a lot in common. They both loved going to Dale Hardware and "browsing" for whatever was on the list. Nick would announce he had to run to Dale "really quick", HOWEVER, several hours later, he'd come home with a very newsy update on the girls, the 49er's, etc., because they ran into each other there....MIA for hours. I remember Bea and I having a discussion about that - the best way to keep the girls in line was to THREATEN to drag them with their dads to any kind of store if they didn't behave - the reaction was universal; the girls would start crying and making promises to behave. Tony and Nick would occasionally go the 49er's games together; Tony's idea of tailgating with the guys brought food (bbq, etc) and alcohol to an all new level. Nick would wander home after the game in a food coma, and start describing in detail, the "menu". I'm eating a Lean Cuisine dinner and he's talking ribs, chicken, etc.. fine. Tony, the guy who was never at a loss for words, loved his family, spoiling his grandbabies, and no matter where we'd run into each other, he always had that famous smile on his face, and his laugh was epic. Very distinct. Heaven has gained a very unorthodox angel; baseball cap backwards, shorts, tank top, and he's probably following St. Peter around, giving him tips on how to improve on ways to tinker or build something. Tony - your laugh and smile will remain with us forever; I know you're keeping a very close eye on that beautiful family of yours. Our prayers and thoughts are with Bea, the girls, all those adorable grandbabies, and extended family. We're really going to miss you, buddy - Hugs and Kisses :0) Bea

  • 10/01/2021

    So sorry for you loss its been so long for Bea and Tony being together you both have such a beautiful family and they are going to need all the love and support from everyone who knows them. This time is difficult right now so sudden, but time will heal the broken heart and pain that you are experiencing just keep all your memories close to your heart and remember your Daddy is right there in everything you do. God Bless you all. Gloria Ayala and family.

  • 10/01/2021

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  • 10/01/2021

    Remembering Tony when going fishing in the delta by my house in the ranch , you may be gone but not forgotten you will be miss but most of all you will be love no matter were you are why have you left us only god lnow why he needed you , a great man and a wonderful dad . my condolence to the family which i will prey for you in my preyers to all my love ones that has departed from us god, will guide you and keep you in a better place sweet dreams and god have you in his glory Amen

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