OBITUARY

Jose Alano Parayno

June 28, 1936April 5, 2019
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Jose Alano Parayno was born on June 28, 1936 in Binalonan, Pangasinan and passed away on April 5, 2019 in La puente, California.

  • FAMILY

  • Maximo Parayno, Father
  • Rosa Parayno, Mother
  • Susie Parayno, Wife
  • Louella Roberson, Daughter
  • Jose Parayno Jr, Son
  • Leah Ruff, Daughter
  • Cheryl Smothermon, Daughter
  • Sharone Zuniga, Daughter
  • Dexter Parayno, Son
  • Lester Parayno, Son
  • Artemio Parayno, Brother
  • Maximo Parayno II, Brother
  • Manuel Parayno, Brother
  • Aurora Parayno, Sister
  • Gil Parayno, Brother
  • Ovidio Parayno, Brother
  • Ramon Parayno, Brother
  • Randy Earl Roberson II, Grandson
  • Jonathan Roberson, Grandson
  • Khari Smothermon, Granddaughter
  • Kalyn Smothermon, Granddaughter
  • Ethan Ruff, Grandson
  • Natalia Zuniga, Granddaughter
  • Faith Ruff, Granddaughter
  • EJ Pio Parayno, Grandson
  • Anze Parayno, Grandson
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jose Parayno Jr.
  • Dexter Parayno
  • Lester Parayno
  • Jared Smothermon
  • Armando Zuniga
  • Randy Earl Roberson II
  • Jonathan Roberson
  • Ethan Ruff

Services

  • Visitation Friday, April 19, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, April 20, 2019
  • Graveside Service Saturday, April 20, 2019
REMEMBERING

Jose Alano Parayno

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Larry Estebat

April 19, 2019

The world is a better place because of Mr. Parayno literally and figuratively. He touched so many lives in the best way possible including mine. He is truly a gentleman and who deeply cares in every sense of the word.

He lived a good life and made his mark as God wanted him to be. He will truly be missed. Gob bless you Mr. Parayno.

Our prayers our with the family especially at this trying times. Our heartfelt and sincere condolence.

Pauline Paguia

April 19, 2019

My prayers and sympathy on this moment of grief, Lou.

Love, Pauline and Lizzie

Tricia Corrales

April 16, 2019

You and your family are in my prayers.

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One fine day in Texas

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Joe and Susie on a stroll

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One fine day in Texas

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Joe and Susie on a stroll

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One Thanksgiving Day with grandkids

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With Faith

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With grandkids visiting from Texas

Biography

Jose, better known as Joe to family and friends, was born June 27, 1936, in the town of Binalonan, in Pangasinan, Philippines. He was the fourth child of Maximo and Rosa Parayno, who had eight children. The family moved to Mapandan right after he was born. Early childhood was spent during the 2nd World War. His father was a guerilla leader against the Japanese in Pangasinan during the war, but no one in the immediate family was lost in the war.
After the war, life resumed, and the kids enjoyed their mother’s cooking. We heard it was pretty much a fiesta every weekend at their house. He went to the University of the East and graduated with Accounting as his major.
He met the love of his life, Susie, at the Mapandan Town Fiesta in March 1964. Susie was visiting from Manila since her family was from Mapandan as well. He was in love! He courted her for about a year. They were married on December 12, 1965. They have 7 children - Louella, Jose Jr. (Joel), Leah, Cheryl, Sharone, Dexter and Lester (twins).
Right after marriage, they lived in San Juan, Manila for a year or so. Then, they moved to Mapandan, where Louella was born at the family house. Then, they moved to Bautista, Pangasinan, where he worked at the distillery in the accounting department.
He started reading the Plain Truth Magazine, which eventually led him to the Worldwide Church of God. He was ordained as an elder on October 13, 1979. He loved serving and he served for many years, until he was unable to do so anymore.
All his life, his love for music was part of his daily life. The stereo in the Mapandan house was always playing some kind of 8-track music, whether it is “The Lettermen,” Frank Sinatra or Nat King Cole. He loved to sing, and he participated in numerous talent shows and choir performances throughout the years.
He also loved to play chess. Growing up, he played it with his brothers. When his son, Joel, was growing up, the two of them played so much that Joel became quite good at it at a very young age.
Joe moved his family to the US in 1985 in search of better opportunities for his children. He was a devoted father who went to every practice, every game and taught all of his children how to drive. He fulfilled his duties as a father and as a loving husband. He now has 9 grandchildren and a great-grandchild on the way.
He lived a happy and contented life with his unwavering faith in God. He will be truly missed but will be forever in our hearts and minds.