“Uncle joe was such a wonderful part of our family. He left us with much love and memories. You will be greatly missed.
“To the best Tio in the world. A man that treated me as his own son. i,m glad you got to see me finish school...where my educational path takes me i'm not sure but you and my Auntie Shirley were the best aunt and uncle a kid like me could ever hope to have in his life...i,m sorry i did not get to say goodbye to you my fondest memories were during my college years and all the times i called and talked to you on the phone and let you know i was finishing school.You were the greatest if it was'nt...
“As a classmate of Joaquin's at Alvarado School and on to WHS, I will always remember him. It was good seeing him not long ago at our 60th class reunion. My condolences to the Preciado family.
“I never respected another person as much as I respected Joaquin. He was a hell of an umpire and a hell of a man.
Rest in peace, Joe.
“Queen, we were married for 50 years, we with good and very bad times we stuck together, not only did I love you I respected you and will miss you, your loving wife. shirl
“"Play Ball" will always be my memory of "Queenie" as he umpired so many baseball games from Little League to the colleges. And thanks to him for his years of service to our country.
“So sorry for your loss. He was a nice person, always had a smile on his face. With Love Skip& Sue
“Tio you will be truly missed! We love you!
You will be Forever in our hearts!
Love Gomesinda, Ed and the girls
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Joaquin Jose PreciadoMarch 2, 1932 - October 21, 2013Resident of HaywardJoaquin Jose Preciado, 81, passed away on October 21 after a brief illness. Mr. Preciado was a long time resident of Hayward, Born in Hanford, CA, the son of Jose and Eugenia Preciado. He is survived by his wife of 50 years,...Read More