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Heaven has a new Angel, Tracey Naranjo joined our Lord on January 30, 2013 . She was born in Houston, Texas on May 2, 1970. She is greeted in Heaven by her beloved brother Frank Naranjo Jr. She is loved and will be missed by her parents Frank and Teresa Naranjo, baby brother John David Naranjo, her fiance Daniel Ramos, numerous Godchildren, extended family and many friends.

Tracey graduated from East Central High School in 1988, and later received her Bachelors in Communication Arts with a concentration in Journalism and minor in Psychology from The University of The Incarnate Word. She was the Vice President of Drop Zone Films, LLC. based in Los Angeles, California. Prior to relocating to California, she worked in Public Relations/Public Affairs at USAA in San Antonio, Texas. The most important thing in Traceys life in her own written words was her family, "without a doubt". However she treasured each one of her five Godchildren, and loved them dearly as if they were her own. She also had a sisterhood with many close friends and believed loyalty and honesty is the most important thing. Many of her favorite things to do, were enjoying beach sunsets, spending time with family and friends, and doing Gods work here on earth.

God placed his arms around her, and whispered, "Come with me." A Golden heart was put to rest, but we know he only takes the best!

A Celebration of Life service and Rosary will be held on Friday, February 8th from 5pm to 9pm , with Rosary being recited at 7pm in the Alamo Funeral Chapel, 624 N. Alamo Street San Antonio, TX 78215. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, February 9th at 9:00am at San Fernando Cathedral, and the final home going service at family plot in Mission Burial Park South. The funeral procession will depart from the funeral home at 8:30am. Honored Pallbearers for services will be Leo Moreno, Joe Cuellar, Gabriel Pedraza, Rudy De Los Santos, Miguel Ramos, Juan Padilla, Chris Torres, and Joseph Marrufo. For personal acknowledgement you may sign the guestbook at www.missionparks.com in the obituary section.

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Published in Express-News on Feb. 6, 2013
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