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Gustavo G. Garza

July 4, 1947January 25, 2021
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Gustavo G. Garza was born on July 4, 1947 and passed away on January 25, 2021 in Bakersfield, California and is under the care of Delano Mortuary.

Visitation will be held on February 25, 2021 at 2:30 pm at Delano Mortuary, 707 Browning Rd., Delano, CA. Rosary will be held on February 25, 2021 at 4:00 pm at Delano Mortuary, 707 Browning Rd., Delano, CA. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on February 26, 2021 at 9:30 am at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church, 835 E Perkins Ave., Mcfarland, CA. Committal Service will be held on February 26, 2021 at 11:00 am at North Kern District Cemetery, 627 Austin St., Delano, CA.

They were preceded in death by Lucy B. Garza (Spouse), Reynaldo Garza (Son), Ruben Garza (Father), Carmen Garza (Mother). They are survived by Maricela Breceda (Daughter), Gustavo Garza Jr. (Son). Serving as pallbearers are Alec Breceda, Sebastian Garza, Alan Garza, Chevy Garza, Roy Garza, Tyler Alfred, Gustavo Garza Jr. (Honorary).

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  • FAMILY

  • Maricela Breceda, Daughter
  • Gustavo Garza Jr., Son
  • Lucy B. Garza, Spouse (deceased)
  • Reynaldo Garza, Son (deceased)
  • Ruben Garza, Father (deceased)
  • Carmen Garza, Mother (deceased)
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Alec Breceda
  • Sebastian Garza
  • Alan Garza
  • Chevy Garza
  • Roy Garza
  • Tyler Alfred
  • Gustavo Garza Jr., Honorary

Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, February 25, 2021

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  • Rosary

    Thursday, February 25, 2021

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, February 26, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Friday, February 26, 2021

Memories

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Anthony Carmona

February 25, 2021

This photo was from your 50th wedding anniversary party. I remember asking you both what your secret to 50 years was. Tio, you said "she's always right!" We laughed and Tia you said "it's communication. We always talk about things" That has stuck with me ever since I hope to reach that same milestone some day. Your relationship together was something to be admired and a true goal in life. Partners in life and death. We all miss you so much but know you're happily together still.

I love you both

Marlo Zacarias

February 25, 2021

My sincerest condolences to the family. I will miss them and look forward to seeing them in heaven one day. I loved my aunt Lucy and will always remember her sense of humor. I forgot the backstory but whenever she would see me she would say "Tia Lucy got blood!" Lol. Luv you my cousins! You're in my prayers ~Marlo

Krista Mealer

February 25, 2021

Krista Mealer

February 25, 2021

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February 25, 2021

Krista Mealer

February 25, 2021

Tio, I love you and am so saddened that you are no longer here I am happy that the last time I got to see you I was with Ariah and you were able to meet her. Every trip I ever took to McFarland a memory with you would be created and I am forever thankful for that and every so often hearing the story about you and my dad finding bigfoot. The the world got a little less bright that day I know that heaven got a lot brighter and they definitely gained a great dancer. As I look through the sadness I find happiness in knowing you are with your loved ones that you knew awaited you. I love you Tio

Carolyn Rivera

February 25, 2021

Brother-in-Law
I enjoyed the talks, you sharing interesting stories along with good advice on cars. It was funny when you would tease my sister about cooking. I remember when we would be at family gatherings and the music playing, especially songs that my sister liked, she would say "Hey come on let's dance", and you would try to hide from her, but she'd find you and you'd have to dance with her. Oh how I enjoyed watching you guys dance, you'd look into each other's eyes, smiling, looking happy & in love, that's a beautiful memory I will always cherish! The morning before Lucy passed, I had a dream. And in that dream I watched you & my sissy holding hands and walking towards your car then you both turned around and smiled at me. When I awoke, I began to pray as I had this awful feeling something was about to happen. I believe that dream was a sign from God preparing me of what was about to happen. A few hours later Mari called to tell me that Lucy had taken a turn for the worse and I knew then that you were ready to take my sissy. Although it hurts that you are both no longer with us, it comforts me that you guys are together rejoicing in God's glory. Brother-in-law you & my Sissy will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace and keep dancing! Love your sis-in-law, Carolyn

Maria Mealer

February 24, 2021

Gus, I struggle to find the words to express my sorrow for I not only lost a brother but feel as if I lost a sister as well. I find the smallest bit of solace in knowing you are reunited with your wife, mother, your son and your best friend Ruben. You have worn so many hats in my life: brother, boss and friend. Now you wear another, guardian angel. My family prays for yours and please know we will be there for them in their time of need because that is what our parents instilled within us growing up.

I love you and I will always miss you. I hope you have now found peace.

Maria

Noemi Thompson

February 24, 2021

Brother, our hearts are broken at losing you and Lucy. It's hard to find the words through our tears to express how sad this is for us all. We are comforted by our faith and have no doubt you are in heaven reunited with your son Rey. I will miss you and Lucy so much. The sorrow we feel is enormous. You were a large part of our lives. The Lord will guide us through this. Brother (or as you would say BRO) I love you and know I will see you again. I was blessed for you to call me Sister. Noemi

Carlos Perales

February 24, 2021

So sorry for your loss, a good man.

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