Josefina Hernandez Valdez

March 19, 1933July 8, 2018

Valdez, Josefina H.

Passed away peacefully at her home, with her treasured family, in Campbell on Sunday, July 8th, 2018. Most people knew her as Josie, she touched many lives and she had a great sense of humor. She was very loving and caring to everyone that came across her path. She loved going to Reno, her dream was to win big, but we were the lucky ones to have her in our lives. She had a deep love for the lord and attended church every Sunday. She is survived by Diana, Robert Jr, Sylvia, Marina, Belia, and Alicia. She had nine grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren. She is also survived by one brother and two sisters. Josefina was preceded in death by her husband Roberto, her cherished son, Carlos, and her great grandchild Myles. A rosary will be said at the Lima Family Mortuary at 466 N. Winchester Blvd, in Santa Clara, Wednesday, July 18th, at 7:00 Pm. A Mass will be held at St. Thomas of Canterbury, 1522 Mc Coy Avenue, Campbell, on Thursday, July 19th, at 10:00 Am., followed by burial at Santa Clara Mission Cemetery at 420 N. Winchester Blvd, Santa Clara. Mom, you will forever be in our hearts, love your family. .


  • Memorial Service Wednesday, July 18, 2018
  • Memorial Mass Thursday, July 19, 2018
  • Inurnment Service Thursday, July 19, 2018

Josefina Hernandez Valdez

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Peggy Galindo

July 18, 2018

When I met you in 1973 you accepted me as part of your family thru your daughters . I have nothing but love for you. You were always kind to me. I will always remember you dancing with us at the park in Campbell and going with us to Little Lous to listen to blues. You are so loved by many and that shows just how your character was here on earth. I know your in paradise with the lord now ,so enjoy your self till we all meet up with you. Till then. I love you sorry I can't be at your service but your on my mind and in my heart.

Stefanie Medland

July 13, 2018

Words cannot possible describe the type of person my grandmother was. She was simply, one of a kind, the type of person you meet only once in lifetime, she had a pure heart of gold, a sweet pure soul! I was extremely close to my Grammy, I would take her to the farmers market, I would always bring her food, I loved going to Reno with her, Reno was her favorite place. I am very greatful for being able to spend her last Christmas with her in her favorite place! Grandma you will forever be in my heart, I love you!
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