Roy-Baca, Jr.-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Starbuck-Lind Mortuary - Lompoc

Roy Arthur Baca, Jr.

Jul 1, 1963 - Aug 23, 2019

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I just found out about this, its cery sad. Send hugs and prayers condolences to the Baca family. Roy was an awesome person and great friend.

Roy, you were my coworker. friend and fellow Union Brother.
I pray for comfort and peace for your family and friends during this most difficult time in all of their lives.
I still remember when I told Roy that Denver was getting this Awesome QB and all of the Mexicans were super excited because they were getting one of their very own at QB for the Broncos!!
Roy then asked me what his name was
and I told him that it was
"EL. Way!"
Roy busted up...

Roy dog. Your truly gonna be missed my bruddah.

I new Roy way back like in 1980. He was my brother Larry's brother in law!. Now they both reside in heaven...not a better place to be! Sure you'll be missed down here, but this world is soo corrupted.. Sometimes I wish I was with yous!!.

Awe, Lil' Roy, this is unreal. I still remember the first time we met. We were hanging at Terry's place, listening to music and just enjoying each other's company. We had some really fun times. Thank you for so many years of friendship. Love You, Friend. xoxo

So long my friend ill never forget you you brought me to lompoc i love you slways

Obituary

Roy's Obituary

Roy Baca, Jr. passed away Friday, August 23, 2019.

Roy was born July 1, 1963, in Denver, Colorado.  He moved to Lompoc in 1985.

As a 38-year member of the painters union he traveled the country making many friends.  He loved the Denver Broncos, fishing, music, and spending time with his family and friends.

He was a loving son to Roy and Shirley Baca, a caring father to Brandy and John Baca and an adoring grandfather to Nathaniel Baca and David Perez.  He is also survived by his brother James, sisters Lisa, Michelle, Terry and Twiggy.  He had an extensive family including close nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews.

The celebration of Roy’s life will be from 4 to 8 pm on Friday, August 30, at the Event Center at 138 North B Street in Lompoc.  His family invites all his friends in the community to attend.

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