Yoshiko June Fujimoto Stockton - Yoshiko June Fujimoto born January 27, 1921 at Santa Monica, CA, passed peacefully on July 1, 2021. Yoshiko was preceded in death by husband Hideo Fujimoto in 1987, son Sgt. Donald Fujimoto in 1968. She celebrated her 100th birthday with family in 2021 while at a care home. She worked at Diamond Walnut retiring in 1986. She was active in the Stockton and Sacramento Bonsai Clubs, cultivating hundreds of bonsai in her Japanese garden, and the Buddhist Church of Stockton creating beautiful needlework art at craft meetings. She is survived by daughter Margaret (Norio) Kawai, son David Fujimoto (Ellen), grandchildren Kevin, Emenke, Kirk and great grandchildren Jothi, Keean, and Kiana. Crematory is at Parkview Cemetary with family plot. No service will be performed. Memorial donations may be made to Stockton Buddhist Church.
Published by The Record from Jul. 6 to Jul. 7, 2021.
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This portrait was a sketch of Grandma, it was in her room. Probably done in her 20s or 30s
January 9, 2022
Grandma was a caring, loving person with a great sense of humor. She is missed deeply, may her legacy live on through her descendents.
January 9, 2022
I was saddened to hear of Mrs. Fujimoto's passing. She was a great next door neighbor for 20 plus years, sharing plants, fruits and her knowledge. She was a very caring person and will be missed. May God bless her in heavan.