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Omar Alfredo Gonzalez Manzur


September 17, 1975 – July 18, 2015

Omar Alfredo Gonzalez Manzur
The Man, the Myth, the Legend
Men wanted to be him,
Women wanted to be with him….

Omar Alfredo Gonzalez Manzur was born on September 17, 1975. He was the fourth child born to Julia Manzur and Manuel Gonzalez.
Freddy was a devoted son, brother, uncle, friend, husband, and father . He made himself responsible for making his wife extremely happy while still raising four children, and working very hard to maintain a stable home through the good and not so good moments in life.

Freddy was employed over the years by many different companies, he was always expanding his knowledge in his field of work.

Freddy loved to tell stories and you could be sure that fifty percent of every story was true ……..
You just never know which fifty percent of the story it was. He enjoyed the laughs of his companions that gathered around him.

Freddy departed this life on July 18, 2015 while taking his usual stroll through Lindo Lake Park to meet up with what he described as his; friends, family, confidants, playmates, associates, sisters, brothers, pals, sidekicks, COMPADRES, homies, and peeps. Whom he had a great deal of love for because he would spend a majority of his time with talking away the day.

Freddy enjoyed collecting antiques, cleaning house, quality time with his children, listening to music never heard of by most , the movies, the park, and going on long walks, imagining how great it would be to live in areas we ventured through. It was the cutest thing ever.

Freddy leaves to cherish his loving memory his wife and four children, future grandchildren, mother, father, brothers, a sister, uncles, an aunt, nieces, and a nephew, and numerous beloved friends in Lakeside, California.

A note from your wife :

Alfred you have made a great impact upon me and the children who adored you unconditionally. We can’t accept what is REAL because you were such a great husband and father. We always awaited your return when you were OUT AND ABOUT with your friends and dealing with poor health issues all the time. Your direct family has been impacted by your departure due to the fact that you meant the world to them. Everyone is shattered to pieces, but closer than they’ve ever been in their entire lives due to your absence. Please, please know that you will be truly missed by so many people. I love you baby boy – your wifey Aurelia


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Jorge Alonso Jr.


February 19, 1982 – July 13, 2015

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May 18, 1921 – July 12, 2015

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Manuel Uribe


October 30, 1929 – July 12, 2015

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Robert Louis Chatman


June 2, 1937 – July 12, 2015

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Taide King-Kim


November 27, 1938 – July 11, 2015

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Rakeem Lenoll Sharpe


June 6, 1991 – July 7, 2015

Rakeem Lenoll Sharpe was born June 6, 1991 to Sherryl Clinton and Robert Sharpe in San Diego, California. To many, Rakeem was also known as “ROCKO”. As the extended family grew, Rakeem became a big brother to other siblings and was welcomed into Isaac Smith III’s family, who Rakeem referred to as “Pops”. Rakeem accepted Christ at a very young age and recently re-dedicated his life to Christ while attending The Rock Church.

Growing up, Rakeem was full of love, energy, and laughter. He had the most contagious laugh and infectious smile. In his early years, he attended Zamarano Elementary, SCPA for his middle school education and went on to Eastlake High School, and later graduated from Silverado High School in Victorville, CA. After high school he attended Southwestern Community College where he graduated and received his Associates Degree. After graduation, Rakeem began work at Ultra Star Cinema and then moved into the mobile industry with his first position as an Assistant Manager for A to Z wireless. Rakeem had a great work ethic. He moved up the ranks of management working with Verizon, T-Mobile, and his last position being with AT&T. Rakeem was also employed with Home Depot. He had the gift of gab and he could sell the socks off your feet. He was good at what he did and knew everything about every gadget that came out. At an early age, he built his own computer. He was very technology savvy.

Rakeem was a very talented and well-rounded person. He started playing the piano at three years of age in his grandmother’s living room. He sang in the choir and played the drums for church. At the age of five, he started studying the art of Tae Kwon Do and excelled in it. Rakeem had a storied career in Tae Kwon Do with his last accomplishment of earning a 3rd degree black belt at the age of 12. He was a California State Champion and won numerous tournaments city and statewide. Throughout the years, he felt a need to give back to the community and became an instructor to continue his passion for Tae Kwon Do to help and teach kids. He played baseball at an early age and played football all his life with the Valencia Park Hornets. Rakeem went on to play in high school where he earned a varsity letter at Eastlake as a sophomore and ran track where he excelled and won several awards in the 110 hurdles. He then went on to play football at Southwestern.

Rakeem made his presence known with his warmth, upbeat spirit, beautiful smile and boisterous laugh! He had a joke for every serious situation and loved picking on his little brothers and mother. Rakeem had a passion to teach and coach kids. The last two years, he worked with i9 Sports in Chula Vista which is a sports program for youth. He thoroughly enjoyed coaching the kids and the kids loved him.

Rakeem was his mother’s rock and her best friend. At a young age, he displayed great attributes as a big brother and a father figure for his brothers Irell, Isaac, and his baby sister Dakari. He was literally the man of the house all his life.

Rakeem was a “jack of all trades”. He had so many hobbies but he enjoyed music, fashion, fast cars, motorcycles, movies, good food, and most of all being with his family. Everyone went to him to fix their phones, computers, or any gadget they had. He made sure he had the newest technology. He dressed to impress as he used to call himself “That Sharpe Brotha”, you could always find him at the mall looking for a bargain. He was always planning on which car he was going to buy next. His favorite car was a Honda S2000. When he finally had the chance to purchase that car last year; he was so happy.

Rakeem was a respectful young man and held to the commandment “honor thy mother and father” with a flaming torch. He was a true leader, friend, and confidant. We will truly miss this saint for he was the footprint of the good son, brother, cousin, friend, and boyfriend.

He leaves to cherish his memoy six brothers Robert, Isaac, Irell, R’monee, Isaiah, and Ra’Saun; three sisters Ra’ana, Dakarai, and Isaicha. His great-grandmother Sadie and grandmother’s Gwen Clinton, Bettie Smith; and girlfriend Cheyenne. He also leaves behind an array of uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.

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Gay M. Wiggs


September 8, 1935 – July 5, 2015

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Clifton Deotrice Edmond


February 2, 1971 – July 4, 2015

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John Charles Preston, Jr.


April 19, 1926 – July 3, 2015

Military Honors
Monday, August 17, 2015 – 11:30 a.m.
Miramar National Cemetery
5795 Nobel Dr, San Diego, CA 92122

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Juan Carlos Meza


June 22, 1967 – July 3, 2015

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Victoria Granados


November 8, 1955 – July 3, 2015


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Juana Arellano


December 27, 1924 – July 3, 2015


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Charles Herbert Holmes


May 14, 1933 – July 1, 2015

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Patricia Ann Walker


October 21, 1964 – July 1, 2015

Patricia Ann Walker, known by many as “Pat”, was born on October 21, 1964 in Little Rock, Arkansas. She was the youngest child of James and Lillie Walker. Pat received her early education in the Little Rock school system. In 80’s she and her mother, known as “Tillie” to most moved to California where she attended Abraham Lincoln High School and graduated in the class 1983. She continued her education in the medical field and received a Certification in Nursing Assistance (CNA). Pat worked as a CNA for several years. Until she became ill, she was a student at San Diego City College completing classes in Alcohol and Other Drug Studies to enable her to become a substance abuse counselor.

Pat was united in holy matrimony to Johnathan “Ray” Scott. This union was blessed with one daughter, Trianna Michelle Scott. She was later blessed again with a son, Aaron Johnson in 2006.

Pat enjoyed spending time with her family and taking care of her grandchildren. They were the highlight of her life. She was a warm and caring person who greeted everyone with a smile.

Pat was preceded in death by her parents James and Lillie Walker.

On July 1, 2015, Patricia Ann Walker, was called from earthly labor to eternal rest.  She leaves to cherish her memory her children, Trianna M. Scott and Aaron Johnson; grandchildren Miyanna Scott, Niyanna Scott, Edward McEachin, Errion McEachin;  brothers Delbert “Wayne” Young (Darrylynn), Charles Young, James Walker, Jeffrey Walker; sisters Evelyn Cosey, and Valerie, and a host of other relatives and friends.

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Stanley R. Moore


May 1, 1926 – June 30, 2015


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Aurelia Bullock


February 28, 1932 – June 29, 2015


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Sergio Hernandez


December 10, 1978 – June 28, 2015


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Dennis Anuchin Laza


March 6, 1936 – June 27, 2015


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Wivoline Laphira Franklin


June 7, 1943 – June 27, 2015

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