Juana Lopez Rodriguez
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A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Monday for Juana “Juanita” Lopez Rodriguez, 57, a Tracy High School alumna, who died May 22.

A native of La Barca, Jalisco, Mexico, she was born April 1, 1957, and immigrated to Tracy with her family in 1966. She graduated from Tracy High in 1976 and attended San Joaquin Delta College. Later, she worked 10 years in food service for Tracy Unified School District.

Raised Catholic, she attended New Harvest Christian Fellowship and Tracy Community Church. She volunteered as a Sunday school teacher, cooked food for the homeless and provided transportation to people in need.

Survivors include her parents, Esperanza Lopez of Tracy and Antonio C. Lopez of Stockton; four children, Felizitas “Feliz” Foshee-Cox and Ray A. Foshee, both of Stockton, and Mary E. Foshee and Victoria Bribiesca-Villagomez, both of Tracy; and four grandchildren.

Also surviving are eight siblings, Maria Lopez and Fernando Lopez, both of Lathrop, Leonardo Lopez of Manteca, Eliezer Lopez, Esperanza “Espy” Lopez Navarro and Antonio “Tony” Lopez Jr., all of Stockton, Jesus “Jesse” Lopez of San Diego and Ana Rosa Lopez of Tracy; 25 nieces and nephews; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

Monday’s Mass will begin at 10 a.m. at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, 163 W. Eaton Ave., followed by burial in Tracy Cemetery, 501 E. Schulte Road. Flowers of condolence can be sent until 5 p.m. Friday to Zapata Funeral Home, 512 W. Harding Way, Stockton, CA 95202.

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