: Fresno, Ca : January 30, 2014 : Fowler, Ca : November 6, 1951 : 62
Donny R. Guerra Passed away peacefully at the age of 62. His battle with liver cancer came to a courageous end on the evening of Jan 30th, 2014.
Donny was born on November 8th, 1952 to Annie and Steve Guerra in Fowler, Ca. Donny’s life was full of love, very adventurous and lots of travel. He was a dedicated journey man mechanic for Butler Amusement for 18 years. Donny Loved music and could sing just about any song from the 50’s or 60’s and tell you from memory who the artist was and what year the song came out. He also had a love for WWF wrestling.
He enjoyed the company of his family and friends. He left many wonderful memories for us and we will never forget his “hey bean, watcher got there?” or “I got your nose” or the infamous “Quack Quack” but what will truly be missed is the “I love you sooooooo much mom” Donny was a loving Son, Brother and Uncle His last wish was for all of us to just be happy and love eachother. Donny your innocence and love will be truly missed.
Donny is survived by his mother Annie Guerra; his brother Gary Guerra; his sister Debbie Diaz his brother in-law Richard Diaz; his uncle Frank Guerra; many cousins nephews, nieces and friends.
He is preceded in death by his father Steve Guerra; his grandparents’ Severiano & Delphina Mora and his cousin Joey Avila.
Andrew L. Garcia
Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, February 8, 2014 ~ 11:00am at Celebration Church 4842 Jaquelyn Ave., Fresno, CA 93722
: Fresno, Ca : January 30, 2014 : Fowler, Ca : October 18, 1962 : 51
Robert at the age of 51 passwed away peacefully after a courageous battle of colon cancer on Thursday morning January 30, 2014. Robert was born and raised in Fowler, Ca on October 18, 1962 to Antonia and Robert Subia Sr.
Robert, who also went by the name Bobby, was a forklift driver for a local trucking company until his unfortunate accident.
He had a love for his favorite teams, the San Francisco 49ers and the San Francisco Giants. He enjoyed spending time withhis family especially watching his children playing sports. He lived vicariously through his children.
He was an active member with Sacred Heart School as a coach and later on as the Althelic Director. Even though their resources were limited he always made sure they had what they needed. In addition, he organized many successful PAL tournaments for all the Catholic schools.
He enjoyed his Sunday afternoons with family and friends watcing sports and bar-b-ques.
He is survived by his wife Martina Subia; the loves of his life Marina Bliss Subia and Robert Subia III; his mother Antonia Subia, his father Robert Subia Sr. and his wife Morene Subia; his sisters Virginia Belton, Yolanda Subia, Tina Gianonni and Jackie Caldwell; his brothers Tony Subia, Daniel Subia and Manuel Subia; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, godcildren and friends.