Ignacio “Nacho” Anzaldo, 92, of Tracy passed away September 26, 2020, at Sutter Tracy Community Hospital. He was born August 31, 1928, in Union de Tula, Jalisco Mexico. He married Maria Valera on July 17, 1947, together they raised six children and lived in Tracy for 76 years. Nacho worked at C&B Farming Equipment for 14 years and H.J. Heinz for 20 years until his retirement in 1993 . One of Nacho’s favorite past times before and after retirement was to work on farm machinery for the Bachetti’s, Sordello’s, Arnaudo’s, Mattos’ and many other Tracy farming families for many years. He also loved welding and making things for his family. Nacho enjoyed deer hunting with friends, going to the San Francisco 49ers games, watching sports, BBQ’s, traveling and spending time at the beach. His joy throughout retirement was spending time with his children and watching his grandchildren and great-grandchildren play sports.
Surviving Mr. Anzaldo are his children, Maggie and her husband, Jose Jauregui of Tracy; Hortencia and her husband, Richard Leon of Livermore; Dr. Pete Anzaldo and his wife, Mimi of Corona del Mar; Alex and his wife, Jackie Anzaldo of Bakersfield; Oscar and his wife, Pam Anzaldo of Stockton; Tomas Anzaldo of Oceanside; 24 grandchildren, Jonique and her husband, Marcus Turner, of Lincoln, Joette Jauregui and Don Todd (Fiancé), Jolene and her husband, Brian Correll, Joseph Jauregui all of Tracy, Marylu Jauregui of Bakersfield; Jonathan and his wife, Andrea Anzaldo of Boston, Becky and her husband, Ahmed Minessi of Newport Beach; Luke, Lily and Layne Anzaldo all of Corona del Mar; Loreen and her husband, Jarrod Piccotto of San Jose, Lisa Leon of New York, Lanita Leon of Redwood City, Larissa Key of Texas; Andrew and his wife, Rochelle Anzaldo, Matt and his wife, Jennifer Anzaldo all of Bakersfield, Jilliane and her husband, Brian Flint of Camarillo; Kristin and her husband, Mike Bohi, Jennifer Anzaldo, Corina and her husband, Terrance Vaughn all of Stockton; Thomas and his wife, Staci Anzaldo of Hawaii, Madonna Anzaldo and Vincent Gerardo (Fiancé) of Visalia, Pablo Anzaldo of Lodi, Alicia Stelton of San Clemente; 46 great-grandchildren, Alexis Anzaldo, Krysten and Brycen Correll, Isabella Iniguez, Nicco Todd, Jacey and Joshua Jauregui all of Tracy, Cody, Joliane and Marcus Turner all of Lincoln, Brandon Pacheco of Canada; Layla, Brady and Sunny Minessi all of Newport Beach, soon-to-be baby boy Anzaldo of Boston; Texas, Ryder and Presley Key all of Texas, Talia Weaver of Redwood City, Liam and Oilver Piccotto of San Jose, Meghna and Anaya Khan of New York; Kaley, Dylan, Kyra, Kinley, Drew and Olivia Anzaldo, all of Bakersfield, Amiyah, Ryland and Addie Flint of Camrillo; Ethan, Owen and Tate Bohi, Oscar and Michaela Fetherlin, Ella Vaughn all of Stockton; Frankie Martinez IV, Tuff and River Anzaldo of Visalia, Donovan of Michigan, Kayden, Ryder and Blaise Anzaldo of Hawaii, Hunter Stelton of San Clemente. Nacho was preceded in death by his beloved wife Maria Anzaldo and great-grandchild Quincy Vaughn.
A recital of the rosary will begin at 6pm Thursday, November 5th at Fry Memorial Chapel, 5550 S. Central Ave, in Tracy. Visitation will be observed from 4pm to 6pm. A private mass for the family only of Chrisitan Burial will be celebrated at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, which will be livestreamed here is the link https://youtu.be/M_ABB0cxp1I
Donations in memory of Ignacio’s “Nacho” Anzaldo name may be sent to St. Bernard’s Building & Maintenance Fund. Attention: St.Bernard’s Parish, 163 W. Eaton Ave, Tracy, Ca. 95376, Alzheimer’s Association and the American Heart Association.
Fry Memorial Chapel is honored to serve the Anzaldo Family. An online guest book is available at www.frymemorialchapel.com for condolences and special messages to
the family. Thursday, evening services will be live-streamed via Nacho’s tribute page.
Click here to view a webcast of the service on 11/5/2020 at 05:55 PM, Pacific Standard Time.
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