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Green Acres Memorial Park & Mortuary

11715 Cedar Ave, Bloomington, CA

OBITUARY

Jose "Pepe" Acosta

17 November , 19576 May , 2019

Pepe/Jose was born in Los Angeles CA on November 17, 1957. Son of Isidro and Digna Acosta, brother to Victor, Delia, Licha , Isidro Jr and Carlito. Survived by sister Delia Gomez, nieces and nephews Natalie Martin, Lisa, Dee Dee, Victor Jr Banuelos and their children; Uncles and Aunts Ampelio Jr. (Pete), Maria Banuelos, Yolanda, Elias Perez, many cousins and their children. He loved the LORD and loved to serve Him mostly at Harvest Christian Fellowship’s Children’s Ministry for more than 33 years, served at the Harvest Crusades for more than 25 years and was a part of the men’s Valor Bible study at Harvest. Pepe/Jose was a dedicated employee at RCOE for almost 39 years. He loved his work family and being able to serve them. He retired September 2018 looking forward to being more involved in doing the Lord’s work and now he will continue doing it in heaven. He will be greatly missed! A Visitation will be held on Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 10:00am at Green Acres Memorial Park and Mortuary. Graveside Service will be held at 12:00pm at Green Acres Memorial Park 11715 Cedar Ave Bloomington, CA 92316. Memorial Service to follow at 2:00pm at Harvest Christian Fellowship 6115 Arlington Ave., Riverside, CA 92504.

Services

  • Graveside Service Tuesday, 14 May , 2019
  • Memorial Service Tuesday, 14 May , 2019

Memories

Jose "Pepe" Acosta

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Luke Iwata

14 May 2019

Pepe, a man with a servant’s heart who loved and delighted in furthering His Kingdom. I will cherish the memories of the miles and days walking, talking, and serving during the Harvest Crusade events. Pepe, I will be reminded of you each time I see pozole on the menu. See you when I join you at the feet of Jesus.

Glenn Watson

12 May 2019

Pepe was in my Valor group for 2years. What I loved about him was his love for God and others. He was always willing to serve the guys in our group. We had koinonias at his house. He always loved showing pictures of his mom and dad and all his family members. I just saw him a few weeks ago. He is now in the presence of our Lord.

Darlene Ruiz

10 May 2019

Mr. Bloomington who was so dedicated to God and of course Bloomington High School Football you will be missed.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

Biography

Pepe/Jose was born in Los Angeles CA on November 17, 1957. Son of Isidro and Digna Acosta, brother to Victor, Delia, Licha , Isidro Jr and Carlito. Survived by sister Delia Gomez, nieces and nephews Natalie Martin, Lisa, Dee Dee, Victor Jr Banuelos and their children; Uncles and Aunts Ampelio Jr. (Pete), Maria Banuelos, Yolanda, Elias Perez, many cousins and their children.
He loved the LORD and loved to serve Him mostly at Harvest Christian Fellowship’s Children’s Ministry for more than 33 years, served at the Harvest Crusades for more than 25 years and was a part of the men’s Valor Bible study at Harvest.
Pepe/Jose was a dedicated employee at RCOE for almost 39 years. He loved his work family and being able to serve them.
He retired September 2018 looking forward to being more involved in doing the Lord’s work and now he will continue doing it in heaven. He will be greatly missed!