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Vincent Guerrero

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Vincent Guerrero Obituary
June 18, 1931 - Dec. 28, 2017 Woodland Vincent G. Guerrero passed away in his home on Thursday, Dec. 28, at the age of 86, with his family by his side. Vincent was born in Woodland on June 18, 1931 to the late Froilan and Emilia Guerrero. He had nine brothers and two sisters. Vincent was a veteran of the Korean War US Navy Honor Man aboard the USS Forest Royal DD-872; retired Captain of the Army National Guard and 1st Battery Commander of Woodland (26 years). He and Ann devoted countless hours to community service, and he was a member of numerous service organizations including, Woodland Elks Lodge 1299, Host Lions, Eagles Fraternal Order, American Legion Post 77, and VFW 1985. He and Ann traveled several times a year by RV with friends and family throughout the US and Mexico. Vincent leaves behind his devoted and loving wife, Ann Guerrero of 65 years; two daughters, Susan Lavorico, and Laurie; two sons, Michael of Woodland and Andrew of Folsom; brothers, Ruben (Gloria) and Rufus Guerrero; and numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins; and many wonderful friends. Graveside services will be held in Woodland at St. Joseph's Cemetery on West St. at 11 a.m., on Saturday, Jan. 13. A celebration of life will be held immediately after the graveside services at the Woodland Elks Lodge on Bush and College Streets. In lieu of flowers, please donate to Pro-Health Hospice, Yolo County Meals on Wheels, or the Holy Rosary Catholic Church Building Fund. We wish to thank Stella Lara who helped her grandparents tremendously throughout his illness; home care nurse Mary Grace and staff of Pro-Health Sacramento Hospice; Sutter Emergency Staff; and the Nurses and Doctors of Mercy San Juan of Sacramento.
Published in Daily Democrat from Jan. 9 to Jan. 13, 2018
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