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Jose V. Oriarte

San Leandro, California

1926 - 2013

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My deepest sympathy and condolences to all the Oriarte family. Joe was a great individual and competitor with so much talent. Those of us who knew him will miss him so.

Our dearest Uncle, what a gift of love, laughter and joy you were to my brother and sisters,you instilled in us our sense of family, ties that bind us forever, "happy to be near you, when you need someone to cheer you, through the good and lean years, and for all the in-between years come what may...who knows where the road will lead us...but if you'll let me love you, it's for sure I'm gonna love you all the way," thank you for taking your role as an Uncle, our second...

Gwendolyn, You and your family are in my prayers. Love you bunches.

Our deepest prayers to the family at this time, may our blessed father comfort you and keep you safe and continue to watch over you all with blessings of love. This is a homecoming, God Bless You All.

In addition to all, Jose was a great, wonderful all around dancer. There wasn't a week that went by that Jose didn't go dancing and he danced every dance he could. He was our friend for over 20 years. We laughted, danced, loved, and admired with him. He will be missed a lot. We would get a Post Card from Hawaii everytime he went with his buddies over to Hawaii to Gold. Always brought something home for Diane. Jose, we love you and will always remember all the great memories you gave us. Rest...

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Jose V. OriarteDec. 7, 1926 -Nov. 11, 2013Resident of San LeandroJose passed peacefully at his home surrounded by his family. Born in Vallejo, he was a longtime resident of San Leandro. Jose was a graduate of Salinas Valley High School and joined both the Merchant Marine and United States Army,...

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