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Mary Louise (Carmona) Wilder

January 20, 1970 ~ October 26, 2018 (age 48)
Mary Louise (Carmona) Wilder of Henderson, Nevada, passed on Friday, October 26, 2018 with her husband and family by her side. Born in Tracy, CA, on January 20, 1970, to parents Faustino Carmona Jr of Rio Vista CA formerly of Tracy CA, and Lucy Rodriguez of Manteca formerly of Tracy, CA. She met John Wilder through FedEx whom she married in June of 2008.

Mary was also preceded in death by her Grandparents Faustino and Guadalupe Carmona, Luis and Mary Rodriguez all of Tracy, CA. Mary is survived by her children Andres Manriquez III, Alexandra Manriquez, Grandchildren Noel and Adelyse. Stepchildren, Jasmine Wilder and Jaydon Wilder of Sonora CA. Sibling Tina Carmona of Manteca, nephews Julian, Jesse and Joseph Semenza. Mary is also survived by her numerous uncles, aunts and cousins of which she loved so dearly.

Mary graduated from Tracy High School in 1988 and attended San Joaquin Delta College. Mary was a stay at home mom raising Andres and Alexandra and also caring for her nephew Julian.

Mary began working in 1995 for the FedEx Corporation in Pleasanton, CA before transferring to the Las Vegas Station (LASA) in 2007. Her FedEx family supported her during her Cancer battle and truly loved her. They all spoke highly of her and how she always baked for them during the holidays. Mary loved her route and was sad that she no could no longer keep it. Mary always put everyone first before herself. She had a great team of which she cherished and worked closely with. She will be truly missed by everyone. Mary would call her mom during lunch to talk with her cheerfulness never complaining of being tired. Mary loved to send pictures of decorated homes on her route for the holidays to her daughter and sister which would be used as inspiration when decorating her home with John. She appreciated the FedEx community especially during the holidays when they would have breakfast for them before their start of shift. FedEx was not only her job but was considered part of her family.

Mary was an avid fisherman as a child and as an adult. Mary loved the river, never having issues with the white caps or freezing temperatures. She had always out fished her father to this day. She would have her Dad bait her hook and remove the fish so she could hurry up and throw her line out. Mary also enjoyed her Zumba classes and watching her nephew Tyler’s baseball games. She loved attending Oakland Raider games with her best friend Sandra. Mary and Sandra were friends since Junior High and they kept the friendship active through all the years.

Mary and John would spend their time together watching her favorite sports teams play to include the Raiders, Giants, and Warriors; decorating the house of which she loved dearly; and enjoying new experiences such as her first snowboarding trip. During this trip, she was featured on the news while they shoveled snow to the back of the truck. Mary loved receiving flowers from John and would always take the opportunity to post them on Facebook. Mary was a huge fan of Johns cooking and would insist that he cook often.

Mary loved her grandchildren, Noel and Adelyse, never missing a birthday or opportunity to visit with them. Mary loved how the kids always made funny faces when they would take pictures together.

Memorial Services for Mary Louise Carmona Wilder be held on Monday, November 5 with visitation beginning at 4:00pm and a Rosary at 7:00pm. There will be a prayer service on November 6 at 10:00am where Mary will then laid to rest at Tracy Cemetery after. There will be a reception held in her honor at the Guadalupe Center in Tracy CA from 12:00pm to 3:00pm. An online guest book is available at for condolences and special messages to the family.

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