Eunice Toshiko Kuramoto
1923 - 2020
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Eunice T. Kuramoto, 97, died peacefully Oct. 5 at Meadowood Home in Stockton. Predeceased by parents, Moichi and Ichiyo Kuramoto; and sisters, Fusaye, Ann, Lilly, Ruth, Marie. Survived by a loving family including sisters, Dolly Ouye and Jane Motoyama. Private service and interment.

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Published in Lodi-News Sentinel from Oct. 15 to Oct. 21, 2020.
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October 18, 2020
Dear Eunice,

I miss you and will miss visiting and talking to you! I know you are in a better place and you’re with Father, Mother, our sisters and many other family members. You were always the quiet one and very nice. Tell Mas I miss him too! I Love you ALL!

Love Baby Sister Jane
Jane
Family
October 18, 2020
We will truly miss you. We remember those days spent those summers in Lodi, our second home. From picking cucumbers, working at Bailey Nursery, fixing tiles on the roof, catching crawdads in the canal, and those picnics. You and grandma gave us many memories in the later years and we appreciate everything. We have this sense of family that stretches from Lodi to our homes in USA and also Japan. Our days are changing but those wonderful memories will last forever.

Kazu and Amy Takaki family
Kazu and Amy Takaki
Family
October 18, 2020
I find myself thinking of you and then with a pang I remember you've left this earth. I hope you're in a beautiful place now where you feel young and strong again with family who were eager to greet you. You'll forever be in my heart. Until we meet again, Love Pam
Pam Okasaki
Family
October 18, 2020
With us for 97 years, Aunt Eunice holds a very special place in my heart. I cherish all the good times we shared together. We were so blessed to have Eunice live with our family. She became like a second mother to us. And how lucky we were. She was such a great cook and was willing to prepare so many delicious meals for us. My Aunt was a beautiful human being—so compassionate and humble. I don't think she knew what a wonderful and loving effect she had on so many other people. I saw that everyday. I love you very much and send you to rest with all the happiness and joy you deserve.
Emily Okasaki
Family
October 15, 2020
Dolly, I am so sorry for your loss, I have often thought of the "old" days at Baileys Nursery, I have two geraniums that I have kept alive for several years. Take care,Love Helen Young, LaPine, Oregon
Helen Cooper
Coworker
October 15, 2020
My condolences go out to Eunice's family. I had the priviledge of working with Eunice for several years in the 1980's (Dolly too). She was a very kind, hard working lady who made a lasting impression on me. Thank you Eunice for enriching my life. Rest in peace.
Andi Kutlik
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