John Theodore Jimenez

November 15, 1935October 13, 2018

John T. Jimenez was born in Oahu, Hawaii to Antonio & Isabel Jimenez, both from Spain. Resident of Rogue River, OR (2016-to present), Turlock, CA (1994-2016), Shingle Springs, CA (1991-1994), Santa Clara County- Mountain View/Sunnyvale/San Jose, CA (1946-1991. Graduate of Mountain View High School class of 1954. Retired Teamster, Local 287, 1/1992. Transit Mix Driver for 36 years (GraniteRock and CAP Concrete) Santa Clara County, CA. John married Judith on July 8, 1956 in Mountain View, CA.

John is survived by his wife of 62 years Judith Jimenez, children: Ronald (Angela) Jimenez, of Morgan Hill, CA,, Debra (Gary) Teresi, of Oregon. Grandchildren: Sara Teresi of Oregon: Aaron Jimenez, of Morgan Hill, CA and Alyssa Jimenez, of Morgan Hill CA. Great Granddaughter Lana Kaler, of CA. Siblings: Dolores Navarro, of Turlock, CA. Jerry Jimenez of Turlock CA: Linda (Bob) Paddock of Gardnerville, NV.

John was preceded in death by: granddaughter Crystal Kaler, (9/14/2010) brother Tony Jimenez, and brother in law Manuel Navarro.

At John's request, there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the charity of your choice.


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Otto and Rosemary Streich

October 23, 2018

Otto has so many memories of a wonderful person he worked with. He remembers the time he and Otto were asked by Granite Rock to fly to southern California and pick up new mixer trucks. It was a long drive back home but they made it safely.

Otto had many stories to tell about John through the years. We were able to visit with him and Judi when living in Turlock.
John was a fighter with his illness and always had a smile for friends.

It was nice to work with someone who took pride in his work. He's a person who will never be forgotten.

With sincerest sympathy.

Otto and Rosemary Streich

Ed Winters

October 22, 2018

Judy. So sorry to learn of Johns passing I rember him in high school as a wonderul guy, lots of fun to be around. I particuly rember when Tony Morales Pat Swincky Morales, myself and Carmen tonys sister and my soon to become my wife . It was a memorable time . I pray you may have the comfort of providence during the days ahead