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Joseph Guadalupe Farias

11 mars 19492 mars 2021
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Joseph G. Farias of Fresno, California was born on March 11, 1949 in Pittsburg, CA. He passed away peacefully on March 2, 2021 in Fresno, California.

Joseph G. Farias graduated from Fresno State University with a BA Degree. He held several jobs within the City of Fresno and was a hardworking and faithful man in every job he held. His last job where he was employed by was with the FAX Transit Department. The public would recognize him when he was at the stores or in restaurants because they greatly appreciate his driving skills as a bus driver. He made sure everyone was safe and ready to go while he drove the City Bus in the City of Fresno. He received an award certificate from FAX for his driving skills and safety. He later retired from FAX Transit from the City of Fresno.

He is survived by his beloved wife Margarita Farias and his children: Michael, Andrew and Gabriel. His grandchildren: Georgina, Adam, Adrian and Scarlett. He is also survived by his Father Eligio Farias and Brother Carlos Farias.

Joseph (Joey) will be missed by all his family, relatives, friends and grandchildren. Joseph was a loving husband and father to his family. He was friendly, kind and thoughtful. He was a gentle and quiet man. Joey, we will always remember you. May you rest in peace.

  • FAMILLE

  • Margarita Farias, Wife
  • Michael Angelo Farias, son
  • Andrew DeLeon Farias, son
  • Gabriel Anthony Farias, son

Services

  • Mass

    mardi, 20 avril , 2021

Souvenirs

Joseph Guadalupe Farias

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Arlene Roybal Schaeffer

13 avril , 2021

My Cousin Joey will be missed. He was always so very sensible with us younger cousins that visited from Los Angeles and Fresno. We were the City cousins, he was the gentleman farm boy. So gallant and soft spoken.
The days of the 50’s and 60’s were my favorite memories of the Brentwood orchards. Spending days with the Farias and Wolfe Family was adventurous for us City kids. Joey being the eldest managed to keep us out of trouble and at the same time having a grand time., Teaching us the farming life.
Chucking and roasting Brentwood corn, eating fresh pies, waking up everyday there to do it all again. Joey was always there to be our guardian angel each day.
I will never forget his crooked little smile.
Rest In Peace my sweet cousin.
Arlene Roybal Schaeffer

Carol Ramirez

10 mars , 2021

The Antonio Ramirez family has quite a few memories with cousin Joey, every summer our family spent a lot of time in Brentwood, with Joey, and his mom, dad and brother Carlos. We had very nice times having BBQ, picking cherries, walnuts and just spending time with family. A lot of wonderful times. Gone too soon Joey, rest in peace cousin 💔

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