Jennie Ruth Macias
May 17, 1937 – November 5, 2020
Jennie Ruth Macias was born on May 17, 1937 in San Luis Obispo, California and passed away on November 5, 2020 in San Jose, California and is under the care of Lima Family Erickson Memorial Chapel.
They were preceded in death by Rafael Olmos (Father), Soccoro Delgado (Mother). They are survived by Eusebio Macias (Husband), Rosie Garcia (Manuel) (Daughter), Ruby Myres (Jim) (Daughter), Danny Ramirez (Kathy) (Son), Manuel E. Macias (Son), Dolores Olmos (Sister), Carmen Grimaldo (Sister), Alice Fangonilo (Sister), Max Olmos (Brother), Jessie Licoln (Sister), Jennie leave behind 13 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren to mourn her loss..
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- Eusebio Macias, Husband
- Rosie Garcia (Manuel), Daughter
- Ruby Myres (Jim), Daughter
- Danny Ramirez (Kathy), Son
- Manuel E. Macias, Son
- Dolores Olmos, Sister
- Carmen Grimaldo, Sister
- Alice Fangonilo, Sister
- Max Olmos, Brother
- Jessie Licoln, Sister
- Rafael Olmos, Father (deceased)
- Soccoro Delgado, Mother (deceased)
- Jennie leave behind 13 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren to mourn her loss.
Jennie Ruth Macias
November 17, 2020
I would like to send my condolences through this email to the Macias family in San Jose,Calif. So very sorry for your loss.I was not able to attend because of the covid 19 virus,but did send flowers and will light candles for her.I don't have everyone's address so I pray that this will do.I pray that this candle will light your way to our Father in Heaven.As for the memories,I remember when we lived there on Locust St. and we used to play Hide & Seek.Jennie and I would run and hide behind the sheets that were hanging on the clothes line,thinking that we would not be found,but we always were because they could see our feet.Those were the good times at our young age.
November 10, 2020
My dearest sister Jennie was a great piece of sunshine with her great personality, spirit, and helped with all situations as needed. She had great personality, and love for her family and friends.
I will miss her greatly. And will always think of her in her playful, joyful spirit.
Will always think of her as she was before she got her illness.
Love you my dear sister.
She has now united with Mom and her dad, Stephanie, Vicky ,Joe, Albert, George, Ralph, Frances, and hopes Fidel is there greeting her also.