Jose M. Ronquillo Montemayor

Fremont, California

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God saw you were getting tired and a cure was not to be. So he put his arms around you and whispered "Come with me" With tear-filled eyes we watched you suffer and slowly fade away. Although we loved you deeply, we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands put to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us HE ONLY TAKES THE BEST

My Sweet Grandpa Joe,
Words cannot express the deep hole that has been left in my heart. As a young girl, you accepted me whole-heartedly into your family. Always supporting me with words of encouragement, faith and love. Your presence was huge in our family and we will forever keep your memory alive. I am so grateful that our children were able to know such an amazing man, they called Grandpa! My best memory, will be my last, when you said my name days before your passing! I love you...

Grandpa you are truly missed . Im so grateful to of had u in my life .... I got so used to seeing u upstairs all the time, alwayd so happy to see someone.. Its not gonna be the same . I love you grandpa joe. Your gone but never forgotton . Id like to think ur smiling down on me . Proud of me. I can only dream I have as much affect on my grandchildren as you did on all of yours. Until I see u in paradise, I love you grandpa...

I love and miss you Grandpa. You and I were very close and I will cherish all the great memories we have had together. You taught me alot and instilled good morals in me. My favorite moments with you was just hanging out, watching baseball and you telling me stories. You will be missed but never forgotten. Thank you for always being there for my family and I. You truly were one of a kind. I love you very much.

Love your grandson,

Ricky D. Ronquillo Jr.

My deepest condolences to Rick, Donna, Ricky, Jesse, Lisa, Ruben, Gabriel Ronquillo and your families on the loss of your father, father-in-law, grandfather and great-grandfather. Prayers be with all of you. Love and blessings Rosie

To Joe my father-in-law. It was my pleasure to be part of your life on a daily basis during the last year and a half. I know you were as happy as I was to have you so near my heart and in my home. I miss you very much and you will always be in my heart, thoughts, memories and prayers. Love you, your daughter-in-law Donna.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.


Jose's Obituary

Jose "Joe" M. Ronquillo MontemayorJuly 10, 1932 - Jan. 8, 2013Resident of FremontJoe was born and raised in San Angelo, TX to Casimiero and Lucy Lopez Montemayor. He joined the Air Force at 19 years of age during the Korean War and served his time. He moved to Oakland for a brief stint,...

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