OBITUARY

Frank Raymond Caballero

September 17, 1937July 6, 2019

Frank Raymond Caballero (Pancho) was born in San Jose, California to Manuel and Hilaria Caballero. He grew up in San Jose. He married Mary Teran on September 29, 1957. He is survived by four daughters Christine Caballero, Geraldine Frutos (Ernie), Michele Lovato (Robert), and Mary Martinez (Jose). He is preceded in death by his only son Frank Caballero Jr. He had 12 Grandchildren and 5 Great-Grandchildren. He is survived by his sisters Helen Caballero and Betty Torres. Predeceased are Brothers Peter Tarango, Joe Caballero, Sisters Concha Garcia and Mary Prado. He was a member of the San Jose G.I. Forum, he was in the National Guard and the U.S. Army. He was also a member of the Elks in Santa Clara #2347 and a member of the American Legion #419. In 2018 Frank and Mary celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary. He loved the S.F. 49ers, the Golden State Warriors, and the S.F. Giants. Frank was not only the head of our family he was also our strength.

Services

22 July

Visitation

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Oak Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Park

300 Curtner Ave
San Jose, CA 95125

22 July

Rosary Service

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Oak Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Park

300 Curtner Ave
San Jose, CA 95125

23 July

Visitation

8:00 am - 9:00 am

Oak Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Park

300 Curtner Ave
San Jose, CA 95125

23 July

Funeral Service

10:00 am - 11:00 am

ST. JUSTIN CHURCH

2655 HOMESTEAD ROA
SANTA CLARA, CA 95051

23 July

Committal Service

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Oak Hill Funeral Home & Memorial Park

300 Curtner Ave
San Jose, CA 95125

Memories

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Betty Obrien

July 19, 2019

I will always remember your kindness, it has been a great comfort for me these past two years knowing you were there for me. Much love for you and your family.

Bonnie Lander

July 17, 2019

My deepest sympathy to the family. Pancho was very supportive of the BPOE but most importantly when I served the Santa Clara Elks Lodge as Exalted Ruler. I know it must have been difficult for Elks to accept women as members, but Pancho always treated me with respect! I will always remember seeing the family at our monthly breakfasts and other events at the lodge. He will be missed by many! May all the memories give you peace!

Paul Diego

July 16, 2019

Frank you will be truly missed by the Ray L. Hellwig Companies, I worked on several project with you, I will not forget how you made it enjoyable to be on the same job, I know many feel the same. Also the Company Picnics with the big pot of chili beans and the Family sitting around every year made it special.

Sam and Sandi Gettle

July 15, 2019

The photo of Santa Claus 49ers is so special to us. I poated it not knowing exactly how to send a message, We treasure the time we had at the games mostly but gettng to know the love and support of your beautiful family. Always that comes from example and you Mary and Frank were excellent examples of living life well and having fun doing that. Our condolences to all of you. We will miss that wonderful smile.

Sam and Sandi Gettle

July 15, 2019

Augustine Lerma

July 14, 2019

Mary and Family

Our deepest condolences to you, the family and friends on the passing of Frank Caballero. Frank was one of a kind and will be missed dearly. May you be consoled to know that he is now at peace and with our heavenly father. May he rest with all the angels in heaven.

Augie Lerma and Lupe Aguilar

Robert Lovato

July 13, 2019

I a'm Frank son in law Robert , when I first was introduced to Michele's family I felt intimidated by her dad, but as the time pass I started to gain his trust and we became not just family but I remember the first time I called him DAD and he told me that he was honor for me to call him that name, he did so much for my family , teach my kids how to behave in public and respect others, he probably didn't like the fact that we move so many times but he was the first one there to help, I always look up to him , try to be like him and be the man that he was but would never come close because he did so much for the family and the community . I'm gonna miss my DAD and best friend but I will remember him for ever !

Marisa Salazar

July 11, 2019

I will always remember uncle frank’s smile and laugh. I will always remember my grandfather’s happiness when uncle frank would visit him. I’ll never forget their contagious laughter when they were together. Now they are reunited. I’ll never forget you uncle frank. I will miss you terribly.

Raquel (Rocky) Moralez

July 10, 2019

I remember his smile and the love he had for his family. I also remember the phone booth at the house. Rest in Paradise Uncle Frank.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY