OBITUARY

Dennie Jaso

June 11, 1939March 10, 2018
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Twin Falls, Idaho: Dennie Jaso, 78, of Twin Falls, died Saturday, March 10, 2018 at St. Lukes Magic Valley Medical Center. Dennie was born June 11, 1939 at Kersey, Colorado to Macario and Casimira Padilla Jaso. He grew up in Fort Lupton, Colorado and, in 1958 moved to Los Angeles, California. Dennie owned and operated a bar in Los Angeles called the Nadeau Café for 25 years. In 1989, he moved to Twin Falls to enjoy a beautiful town and a slower way of life. Dennie is survived by his sons, Alex, David, and Dennie; his daughter Dolores; 6 grandchildren, Kimberly Campizta, Frankie Campizta, Sean Hill, Caitlin Hill, Crystal Jaso and Gage Jaso; and 3 great grandchildren, Kimberly Campizta’s daughters, Kailani Guevara and Alana Guevara, and Crystal Jaso’s daughter Alena Jaso. He is also survived by his brothers, Bill Jaso, Cid Jaso, and Joe Jaso, his sisters, Nina and Cundo Montoya, Margaret Alvarez, and Cassi and Art Ramierz; and numerous nephews and nieces. Dennie’s life will be celebrated at a memorial service at 1pm Saturday, June 9, 2018 at Reynolds Funeral Chapel, 2466 Addison Avenue East in Twin Falls. Condolences may be left at www.reynoldschapel.com.

  • FAMILY

  • Macario Jaso, Father
  • Casimira Padilla Jaso, Mother
  • Alex Jaso, Son
  • David Jaso, Son
  • Dennie Jaso, Son
  • Dolores Jaso, Daughter
  • Bill Jaso, Brother
  • Cid Jaso, Brother
  • Joe Jaso, Brother
  • Nina Montoya, Sister
  • Margaret Alvarez, Sister
  • Cassie Ramirez, Sister
  • Dennie is survived by 6 Grandchildren and 3 Great Grandchildren

Services

  • Celebrating Dennie's Life Saturday, June 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Dennie Jaso

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Dolores Jaso

May 25, 2018

Hi Dad (Pops),
I am so grateful that God blessed us with the love, time together and memories. I miss your weekly phone calls, to talk, great recipes, especially on cooking beans and chili, and all the great stories about our family and all your wisdom, thoughtfulness and kindness. Especially when you would remind me, "You Are Mine" what daughter could not feel the love. I am very proud to know that I am made out of "Good Wood", your great expression of how proud you are of our family, on the strength (tough) and history. We will meet again as you would say when I jump the fence.
Love and Kisses,
Dee Dee (Dolores)

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