Gabriel V. CHACON-URIBE

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CHACON-URIBE, Gabriel V.
Sunrise 12-05-82 Sunset 10-01-10
Born and raised in Sacramento, Gabriel passed away suddenly due to a car accident. Beloved son of Margaret Uribe and Jose Willie Chacon. Proud father of daughter Alexa and son Aliyga. Gabriel is also survived by his Grandmother Chacon and his Grandmother Uribe, his sister Brenda and his brother Ernie. Also survived by many, many cousins, aunts, uncles, godparents and special friends of the Chacon and Uribe families. Preceded in death by his Grandfather Uribe, his Grandfather Chacon and his brother Peter. Gabriel leaves behind his legacy in his beautiful children whom he loved dearly and all of his family to whom he always showed love and respect . His legacy also remains in the hearts and minds of all his friends whom he cherished and enjoyed hanging out with. Gabriel was a free spirit who always loved life and had much love in his heart for those who were special to him. In return he knew he was loved very much by those special to him. His wonderful personality and contagious smile won over many, many friends throughout his lifetime. Gabriel lived his life to the fullest everyday. His concern for his loved ones and his generosity in helping when he was needed drew him closer in our hearts. Gabriel climbed the highest mountain and walked on the shores of the sea. He acknowledged every season with a smile on his face and accepted every challenge presented to him. Gabriel celebrated life with his family, and loved ones and friends. He enjoyed music, the outdoors and spending time with his friends. Gabriel will be very much missed by his family and those who knew him, and will never be forgotten for the impressions he left in our hearts. And, as the Aztec warrior that he truly was, we can all rest assured that he will watch over us to protect us and bring sweet memories whenever we picture him in our hearts and minds.

Friends are welcome to visit with Gabriel Friday, October 8, 2010 between 4pm-8pm, Rosary at 7pm, at Sacramento Memorial Lawn, 6100 Stockton Blvd. Friends are also invited to attend a Mass of Christian burial at St. Rose Church, 9 am, Saturday, October 9, 2010, 5945 Franklin Blvd. Burial to follow at Sacramento Memorial Lawn.
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Sacramento Memorial Lawn - Sacramento
6100 Stockton Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95824
916-421-1171
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Published in The Sacramento Bee on Oct. 7, 2010