Roberta Lynn (Lozano) Brazil
1961 - 2021
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Roberta Lynn (Lozano) Brazil was born to Josephine & the late Frank Lozano Sr. in Los Angeles, California on March 23, 1961.  Roberta passed peacefully in her home in Acampo, California, surrounded by her loved ones on February 3, 2021. She grew up in Pasadena, California with her five siblings until moving to Lodi in 1972. She attended Lodi schools: Lincoln Elementary, Sr. El and Tokay High. Roberta is survived by her Husband, David Brazil, two daughters Dezeri Garcia (Fabian) and Regina Charles (Victor), and their seven grandchildren: Elijah, Cedra, Juan, David, Mateo, Ezra, and Roman. She is also survived by her Mother, Josephine and her five siblings: Geraldine, Cindy, Frank Jr., Stephanie and Lisa.
Roberta was baptized in 1981 and was a dedicated Jehovah's Witness. In the 1980s Roberta worked at Honey Treat yogurt shop on Lodi Avenue. This is where she met her husband, David Brazil. David and Roberta married in Carson City, Nevada on July 13, 1982. Together Roberta and David made their home in the Central Valley for 40 years. After marrying David, Roberta then took on the bookkeeping for their roofing company, David W. Brazil Roofing, Inc. She worked alongside her husband and solely ran the office for their business for 39 years.
Roberta was a devoted wife, a doting Mother and Grandmother. Her grandchildren lovingly referred to her as their Nana. Roberta's friends and family knew her most by her sincere loving qualities. She found joy in the simple things and enjoyed spending time with her loved ones.  Those close to Roberta knew that she loved to dance and had a fun sense of humor.  She was a thoughtful friend and would go to great lengths to ensure her loved ones were well taken care of.
Roberta was proud of and loved her big extended family, including her many friends. She is dearly missed, but her legacy of love will never be forgotten. Her loved ones will love her "always and in all ways."
Visitation: Friday, February 19, 2021, 12-4 PM, Lodi Funeral Home, 725 S. Fairmont Ave., Lodi, CA
Service: Saturday, February 20, 2021, 2 PM, via Zoom. Please contact family for Zoom link.

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Published in Lodi-News Sentinel from Feb. 17 to Feb. 23, 2021.
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February 23, 2021
Sharing in sadness the loss of Roberta Brazil. We are thankful to have shared wonderful memories of Roberta. She had a very soft spoken demeanor, always smiling, an inner beauty inside and out. Roberta was a part of our family at a very young age. Her and our brother Raul had two beautiful daughters Dezeri and Regina. We see Roberta‘s beauty in both of her girls, she was a wonderful and caring mama. She will be missed very much by all of us. No words will justify the impact Roberta has left on our family. We are thankful for the legacy she has left us through our beautiful nieces and her wonderful grandkids. We will continue to celebrate her life, sharing with them all the great memories of her. Prayers to all of her family to find comfort during this difficult time. Rest In Peace Roberta, May u be welcomed with open arms by our Heavenly Father and all of our beloveds, Vito Ramon+ Vita Socorro+ Tia Olivia+ Nephew Justin+ and Tio Freddie+
With Love, from Tia,
Berta Alicia Ibarra Marquez~
Ibarra Family
Berta Alicia Ibarra Marquez
February 20, 2021
it is with compassion that I write these thoughts about Roberta. Over the past 10-15 years Brazil Roofing completed several projects for us personally and at the County Museum. Roberta was involved in each from the "office" side of things. She was always timely, helpful, and professional. i enjoyed many times, visiting with her on Pine Street.

My God bless the family with the strength to move forward in this time of sadness.

Jim and Mary Ann Jacobson
Jim Jacobson
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