Allen Gene Dutra Sr.
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Burial will be Friday for Allen Gene Dutra Sr., 72, of Tracy, a truck driver, who died Saturday at his home.

Mr. Dutra, a native of Oakland, worked 20 years as a truck driver in food distribution. He had lived in Tracy 15 years. He was a member of the Tracy Wildlife Association, San Joaquin River Club and Ripon Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1051.

Survivors include his wife of 12 years, Beverly Dutra of Tracy; his mother, Angelean S. Dutra of Manteca; three sons, Robert Allen Dutra and Joseph Anthony Dutra, both of Modesto, and Allen Gene Dutra Jr., and his wife, Trina, of Oakdale; three stepchildren, Amanda Dimmitt of Grand Island, Neb., Kirk Dimmitt, and his wife, Tara, of Phillips, Neb., and Eric Dimmitt, and his wife, Jamie, of Lincoln, Neb.; a grandchild; and four stepgrandchildren.

Also surviving are two brothers, Dennis Dutra, and his wife, Patricia, of Tracy and James Larry Dutra, and his wife, Rhonda, of Manteca; and many other relatives.

His father, Anthony Dutra, preceded him in death.

Burial services will begin at 10 a.m. Friday in Tracy Cemetery, 501 E. Schulte Road. Hotchkiss Mortuary, 5 W. Highland Ave., is handling arrangements.

Contributions in Mr. Dutra’s name may be sent to Valley CAPS Day Program (, 1900 Blue Gum Ave., Ste. B, Modesto, CA 95358.

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