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Dorothy Barton

Dec 14, 1950 - Nov 19, 2023

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Vacaville, CA

Dorothy D Barton, age 72, of Vacaville, California passed away on Sunday, November 19, 2023. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www. neptune-society. com/location/fairfield-ca for the Barton family.

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Evan Salmeron

Dec 27, 1963 - Feb 15, 2024

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Vacaville, CA

A Mass of Christian Burial for Evan Salmeron will be on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at 11:00 A.M at St. Mary's Catholic Church 350 Stinson Ave, Vacaville, CA 95688. Burial will follow at the Vacaville-Elmira Cemetery 522 Elmira Road, Vacaville, CA 95687. There will be a reception right after the burial at the Ulatis Community Center 1000 Ulatis Drive, Vacaville, CA 95687.

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Michael John Haake

Oct 25, 1956 - Jan 07, 2024

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Vacaville, CA

Michael John Haake, 67, of Vacaville, California passed away on January 7, 2024. He was born on October 25, 1956, in San Francisco to Marjorie and John Haake. Raised in San Mateo and upon graduating from Hillsdale High School, he joined the Navy to pursue a career in Electronic Warfare, traveling the world aboard Continue Reading x Michael John Haake October 25, 1956 - January 7, 2024 Michael John Haake, 67, of Vacaville, California passed away on January 7, 2024. He was born on October 25, 1956, in San Francisco to Marjorie and John Haake. Raised in San Mateo and upon graduating from Hillsdale High School, he joined the Navy to pursue a career in Electronic Warfare, traveling the world aboard the U.S.S. Constellation. After returning home to San Mateo, he followed in the footsteps of his mother and father, continuing his work at Bay Meadows Racetrack as a Pari-Mutuel Clerk, often working alongside his mother in the Jockey Club. In 2009 he was elected as the Vice President and Northern California Business Agent/Representative for his union, PMEG Local 280 at Golden Gate Fields Racetrack. Always a union man, he was honored to lend a helping hand to all his many racetrack friends. He enjoyed working the fair circuits with his girlfriend, traveling up and down California visiting his favorite spots. He was a builder of computers, a collector of antiques, and an urban chicken keeper. An unexpected liver transplant would give him a second chance at life and a new purpose in advocating for organ donation and a renewed faith in God. In recent years he had reignited his passion for traveling but would always return to his favorite views of the San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. Michael is survived by his longtime girlfriend Charlene Allen; his four children: Christina Collier (Jason), Melissa Parker (Justin), Tyler Haake and Erin Haake; his seven grandchildren: Travis, Leah, Hailey, Austin, Jaxon, Imogen, and Ford. He is also survived by his sister Judy Gori and brother Mitchell Haake (Wendy). He is preceded in death by his parents John and Marjorie Haake, and brothers Jimmy and Joel. He will be remembered for his great hair, unwavering sense of humor, fondness for Costco, and his unconditional love for his children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews. A memorial will be held at 1:00 PM on Monday, February 26, 2024, at Sunset View Cemetery and Mortuary, 191 Colusa Avenue, El Cerrito, California, 94530. In honor of our dad, a 20-year transplant survivor, and in lieu of flowers, please consider becoming an organ donor and registering at donatelifecalifornia.org. To plant a tree in memory of Michael John Haake, please visit our Tribute Store . Print Email Leave a Message, Share a Memory @media print { .condolence.print-hide { display: none !important; } } Leave a Message, Share a Memory See Condolences Plant a tree in memory of Michael An environmentally friendly option. Plant a Tree Sunset View Mortuary left a message: Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss. × Your condolence may need to be approved before it appears on this page. It may not appear immediately once submitted. Leave a Message, Share a Memory Sunset View Mortuary left a message: Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss. × Your condolence may need to be approved before it appears on this page. It may not appear immediately once submitted. To leave a condolence, you can first sign into Facebook or fill out the below form with your name and email. [fbl_login_button redirect="https://www.sunsetviewcemetery.com/obituary/michael-john-haake/?modal=condolence-message" hide_if_logged="" size="medium" type="login_with" show_face="true"] Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Condolence Your Name * Email Address* (Your email address will not be published.) × × Your condolence may need to be approved before it appears on this page. It may not appear immediately once submitted. Thank you for leaving a condolence. Your comment has been submitted for moderation. //show thank you modal if just submitted condolence jQuery(window).load(function() { jQuery('#post-condolence #attachmentForm').find('#submit').addClass('btn obit-button thank-you-btn'); if(window.location.hash) { window.location.hash.indexOf("comment") !== -1 ? jQuery("#post-condolence-thankyou").modal() : false; } });

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Vivian Stegall

Died : Jan 24, 2022

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Vacaville, CA

Vivian Stegall, 78, passed away January 24 in Vacaville.Vivian loved learning. She pursued her Master’s Degree and was a practicing art therapist for many years. Her practice supported children and families in her community. Bob was an avid racer. They spent many years on the track, and she often reflected on how much she loved those days with him. Vivian went back to school after the pandemic, taking Music Theory classes at Solano Community College. She sang in the choir at Solano Community College and St Josephs. She also was a cantor at St Josephs. She was a philanthropist of the arts locally, a supporter of community service entities like Meals on Wheels, as well as children’s aid projects around the world.Vivian will always be remembered for her extreme intelligence, love of music and singing, continuously learning, loving all children and being a professional counselor. Vivian had an infectious smile, love of her husband Bob, her devotion to her church St Joseph’s.Vivian was blessed with a large extended family: nieces Patricia, Jasmine, and Karissa, her nephew Damian. The Stegall nieces and nephew include Helen, Phyllis, Lawrence. The Stegall/Phelps nephews and nieces include Kevin, Michael, Laura, and Kate. There are numerous great nieces and nephews from both blood and married relatives.She was preceded in death by her husband Robert “Bob” Philip Stegall, her parents Rudolph Clarence and Josephine Rita Bujanda, and her brother Damian Bujanda.Vivian always wanted to share in her joy and not sorrow. Vivian was kind and will be terribly missed by her family and friends.Graveside service will be held Wednesday, February 21st at 11:00am at Vacaville-Elmira Cemetery and Memorial Mass at 2:00pm at St. Joseph Catholic Church.

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Kenneth Wade Beadleston

Feb 21, 1930 - Jan 17, 2024

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Vacaville, CA

"Kenneth Wade (Grandpa Ken) Beadleston 93, of Napa, CA passed away on January 17, 2024, in Vacaville, CA. Ken was born in Lodi, CA, to Leo Raymond Beadleston and Gladys Elizabeth (Goodway) Beadleston on February 21, 1930. Ken attended and graduated in 1948 from Willows High School in Willows, CA. Ken went on to attend University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA. Ken left college and worked as a Carpenter in San Francisco, CA, on high rise projects. He attended the California Highway Patrol academy in West Sacramento, CA, becoming a CHP officer in 1957. Ken worked as an officer 28 years advancing to Sergeant, keeping the traveling public safe throughout different areas of California. One of Ken\u0027s most proud accomplishments was to oversee the operations of the I-80 Cordelia, CA, truck scales before retiring in 1984. Throughout Ken\u0027s tenure as a CHP Officer, he also stayed busy working as a Carpenter doing side projects for friend\u0027s, family and work associates. After his CHP career, Ken went to work full time pursuing carpentry work in the Napa Valley. In between work and projects, Ken loved hunting, fishing, camping and traveling with his late wife Gail who he married on October 12, 1958. They loved their friends and took many trips with friends and family. Ken was a member of Native Sons of the Golden West Parlor #62 for over 50 years and enjoyed the camaraderie of his fellow members. Ken was an active blood donor late into his life, as he said: \u0026quot;It was his way of giving back to those in need.\u0026quot; Ken grew up during the Great Depression of the 1930s and WW II, these events shaped Ken\u0027s life, family and work ethics. Ken\u0027s gift of communication, talking to people, telling stories, telling jokes have touched the lives of so many for the better and instilled values for generations to follow. Ken is survived by his son, Michael McCoy (Judy), Mark Beadleston (Cindy), Kelly Beadleston Ripley, Kim Moore (Joe); 14 grandkids, and 25 great-grandkids; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Ken is proceeded in death by his wife, Dorothy Gail Beadleston; father, Leo Raymond Beadleston; stepfather, Frederick H. Smith; mother, Gladys Elizabeth Smith; brother, Eugene Beadleston; sister-in-law, Marilyn Jodie Beadleston; son, Kenneth Eugene McCoy; daughter, Kristine Nannette Whitehouse; grandson, Shawn Michael McCoy. Funeral Services will be held at Claffey and Rota Funeral Home 1975 Main Street, Napa, CA, 94559, on February 17, 2024, at 11:00 AM. Memorial tax deductible donations may be made to Molly\u0027s Angels 433 Soscol Ave, Suite A100, Napa, CA, 94559; or visit the website at mollysangels.com, Tax ID 31-1675725; or Share the Care of Napa Valley at sharethecarenv.org, Tax ID 81-5288335."

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Mary Patricia Baker Alander

Oct 06, 1938 - Dec 28, 2023

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Vacaville, CA

"Mary Patricia Baker Alander gained her angel wings to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on December 28, 2023, at her daughter’s home in Vacaville, CA surrounded by those who loved her. She was 85 years old. Mary was born to Kenneth Thomas Baker and Mary Elizabeth Livingstone Baker on October 6, 1938, in Portland, Oregon. Mary graduated from High School in 1957 at St. Mary’s Academy. After graduating Mary enlisted in the Air Force and started basic training in Texas. During this time, she met Frank Alander. Frank and Mary were married on December 27, 1958, in Portland, Oregon, and relocated to Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, CA. They had four Children: Laura Kathleen, Kelly Leann, John Patrick, and James Bryan. After starting a family, Mary pursued a college education and received her Associate Degree in Arts from Solano Community College, and her Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies at California State University, Sacramento in 1975. Mary went on to earn a Master of Arts in Education (Special Education) in 1981. After Mary graduated College in 1975, she started teaching at Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District. She also taught at Vallejo Adult School in the Handicapped Division and then went on to teach at California Medical Facility in 1989. Mary transferred to California State Prison-Solano in 1992. She was a literacy coordinator for 14 years and an ABE-1Teacher for pre-readers to third-grade special education. In 2011 Mary retired from the California Department of Corrections, CSP Solano. Mary was a devoted member of the Catholic Church at a very young age. she participated in Young Ladies Institute, St Alphonsus # 125 at Holy Spirt Catholic Church in Fairfield, CA. She also taught Catechism to young children. Throughout her entire life, she held an unwavering faith in God, which she shared with those who surrounded her. Mary was a devoted Mother, Grandmother, Great Grandmother, loyal friend, and a dedicated educator. She enjoyed going on vacation with her family and friends. She went to Ireland and had a wonderful time. Mary enjoyed going to Broadway shows, musicals, and plays in San Francisco. Mary joins her father Kenneth Baker, Mother Mary Baker (Livingston), Stepfather Alfred Emily, Uncle Jerry Livingstone, and Brother-in-Law Richard Walters in Heaven. She is survived by her four children: Laura Alander, Kelly Alander, John Alander, and James Alander, her sister Shirley Walters and many grandchildren, great- grandchildren, and countless friends. Church Services will be on February 16, 2024, at Holy Spirt Catholic Church at 11:00 a.m. (1070 North Texas Street, Fairfield, CA). A Memorial Service will be held at Sacramento Valley National Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. (5810 Midway Road Dixon, CA) followed by a reception at Paradise Valley Clubhouse at 3:00 p.m. (3990 Paradise Valley Drive Fairfield, Ca.)."

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Curtis Richardson

Jul 30, 1925 - Jan 27, 2024

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Vacaville, CA

Curtis Richardson was born on July 30, 1925, the eldest of six children born to Curlee and Georgia (Wilkerson) Richardson; a humble, farming family residing in Naples, Texas. To that union were born five other children: Curlee Jr., Jerry Glen, Wade, Georgia Lou and Doris Jean all raised with an abundance of love. When Curtis was about 14 years old tragedy struck the family when his father died of Tuberculous. Curtis became the “man of the house.” He left home to support his family by joining the Civilian Conservation Corp (CCC Camp). Once he became old enough to enlist, he joined the U.S. Navy. He served as a Steward’s Mate during World War II on the USS Golden City carrier ship. He had vivid memories of duty aboard ship, including Kamikaze bombers and near misses from torpedoes. After completing his tour of naval duty, determined to complete his high school education, Curtis returned to George Washington Carver High School in Naples, Tx.. There he earned his high school diploma. Curtis continued his education at Prairie View A & M University, in Prairie View, Tx. where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology. He later attended the University of California (USC) to pursue a Master’s Degree in administration. While at Prairie View University, Curtis met the love of his life, the former Olevia Frances Boson. By all accounts, they were the “cutest couple on campus.” After graduation from Prairie View, Curtis set out for greater work opportunities in California. Olevia later followed him and the two were married on June 1, 1953 in Los Angeles, CA. To that union was born one child, Diane Lynn, whom they loved and nurtured in the church. The couple were also surrogate parents to several nephews, Gregory, Matthew, Selwyn, Reginald and Darrell. Curtis accepted a position with the Los Angeles County Probation Department where he worked for approximately 28 years. He culminated his career as a Supervising Probation Officer. While there, he worked in nearly every unit with both youth and adults. He served on numerous committees and was a staunch advocate for employee rights as the elected Union Steward. Curtis had fond memories of the people with whom he worked and the many clients served. He was a compassionate Probation Officer in that, if he saw one of his youth clients out during dinner time, he generally invited them in for dinner; they were always accepted and treated as one of the family. Curtis served in many community organizations including but not limited to: 70 plus years of service to St. James AME Church (Trustee Board pro tem and Emeritus, Choir President, Progressive Club President, Adult Sunday School teacher and Sunday School Superintendent), 46 Street Block Captain, Advisor to the Board of the Concerned Citizens of South Central, Retired Employees of LA County (RELAC), Prairie View Alumni Association (Los Angeles Chapter) since 1956 (Chaplain, Parliamentarian, Recruiter, Distinguished Service Award winner), Member of the Breakfast Club of Retired County Probation Officers, Promise Keepers and Travis Air Force Base Chapel. He was a supporter of numerous national organizations including the NAACP, Southern Poverty Law Center, USC Norris Cancer Research and many more. Curtis was an avid reader. He loved to dance and he sang a mean bass. When able he participated in regular aerobic exercise, including water aerobics. He loved chocolate everything and playing dominoes. If he should lose a game, you would hear him say with a grin, “somebody is going to have to pay for this…”. His attitude was always one of thankfulness and his life could be summed up by the gospel song “If I Can Help Somebody” as I pass along, then my living shall not be in vain. Curtis passed away peacefully in his sleep on February 27, 2024. He is predeceased by his parents, siblings, loving wife, and nephews he parented: Reginald Lewis, Gregory Lewis, Darrell Richardson, and Matthew Lewis. Curtis is survived by: daughter, Diane Crosley-Mayers (Robert Jr.), Nephew, Selwyn Lewis (Sonja) Grandchildren: Hillary Crosley-Coker (Lemu), Justin Smith, (God-Grandson), Lizzette Richardson, Danesah Pinkerd, Michelle Mayers Cousar, Rachel Mayers Gonzalez (Juan), Rana Mayers, Robert Mayers III (Sarah); Great grandchildren: Carmenada Canete-Shirey, Kent Mayers, Jordan Sullivan (Heidi), Alejandro Gonzalez, Lucian Mayers-Viseroi, DeVaughn Smith, Mason Mayers, Nadiya Ruiz, Ava Lippert, Zoe Mayers, Kinty Coker, Hilton Coker, Ayden Smith (God Great Grandson) and a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins and great grandchildren.

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David Mark McDonald

May 14, 1956 - Jan 15, 2024

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Vacaville, CA

David Mark McDonald, lifelong resident of Vacaville, CA, passed away at home on January 15, 2024. He was 67 years old.There will be no funeral, and there is no memorial service planned at this time.David was born on May 14, 1956 in San Francisco, CA. He was the 4th of 7 children of Raymond and Alice McDonald.David is survived by his father, Raymond, brothers Hugh, Douglas, and Greg, and sisters Barbara Stewart (Rob) and Claire Crain. He was preceded in death by his mother, Alice, and his sister, Mary McDonald.Anyone who knew David knew that he loved Vacaville, choosing to live there his entire life. After graduating from Vacaville High School, he traveled a bit, but he always came back to his beloved hometown.David loved music. When reflecting upon fond memories of David this past week, David's youngest brother, Greg, remembers David playing 45s and 8 track tapes for him. The two of them shared a mutual love of classic rock music.David had a special love for plants, flowers, and trees, which led him to study botany, gardening, and landscaping at Solano Community College. He became very skilled and extremely knowledgeable in these areas. David's brother, Douglas, recalls that initially, David had difficulty remembering the official names of different species, and thought he would never master them. Then one day, it just clicked. He was able to memorize the names without any problem, and he remembered all those names for the rest of his life.David's love of living things and desire to help others led him to what he affectionately termed his "side jobs." He mowed lawns, took care of gardens, and did landscaping for clients, many of whom were elderly, some homebound, as well. Often, David would be the only person checking on these people. He loved caring for their yards and demonstrating his care for these clients. They, in turn, loved and trusted him.David's family, friends, and co-workers knew that one of the things about which David was most proud was his career working for the City of Vacaville. He put his vast knowledge of plants, and how to care for them, to good use in his work as a groundskeeper and maintenance worker. He retired from the City of Vacaville after many years of loyal service.The family appreciates the expressions of sympathy from friends, and encourages people to share memories of David on the Tribute Wall.

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Isabel Lavalle

Jan 23, 1954 - Jan 21, 2023

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Vacaville, CA

Isabel Lavalle, 69 years, of Vacaville passed away on January 21st surrounded by her loving family.She was born in Guadalajara, Mexico on January 23rd, 1954. At the age of three she immigrated with her family to the U.S. and grew up in Sacramento, CA. While attending CSU, Sacramento she met the love of her life, Ignacio Lavalle. They were married on December 1st, 1973 and recently celebrated 50 years of marriage.Isabel worked for Basic American Foods for 30 years before retiring in 2011. She was very active in her community and a proud member of the Vacaville Elks Lodge. She immensely enjoyed cooking her delicious food for family and friends and also enjoyed traveling and regular visits to the casinos.Isabel was survived by her husband, Ignacio; daughters Christina (Jesse) Becerra and Monica Lavalle; and her beloved grandsons Diego, Faustino and Nicolas.Services will be held on February 8th at McCune Garden Chapel at 10am (212 Main St., Vacaville) with a Celebration of Life to follow at the Vacaville Elks Lodge (304 Parker St., Vacaville).

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Thomas Carlyle Chalk

Jan 09, 1943 - Jan 21, 2024

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Vacaville, CA

Thomas C. Chalk, Sr.January 9, 1943-January 21, 2024 (Age 81)Thomas Carlyle Chalk, 81, passed away at home on January 21, 2024, following a battle with pancreatic cancer.Tom was born January 9,1943 in San Antonio, Texas, to Homer and Ethel Chalk. Raised in San Antonio and growing up in and around South Texas, he would move with his parents and younger brother, Sam, to California in his teen years when his father was stationed at Travis Air Force Base. Tom was a gifted athlete, excelling at basketball, baseball, and football. His high school years were split between Armijo High School, Vacaville High School, and Johnson High School at Johnson Air Base in Japan, which he graduated from in 1961.Following high school, Tom returned to Texas to attend Southwest Texas State University, where he played baseball. Upon graduation with his bachelor’s degree he returned to Fairfield, California, for his first teaching job in 1965. This touched off a 36-year career in education with the Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District. He would serve as vice principal and principal of several schools. In 1985 he was elevated to the District Office where he served as associate superintendent, among other roles. Education was his passion. He attained a master’s degree from San Francisco State University and a Doctorate in Educational Administration from Nova University.While working at Fairfield High School, Tom fell in love with registrar Diane Smith. They married in 1972 and had their first child together, Tom Jr., in 1974. The couple welcomed a second son, Ryan, who was born in 1980 and completed the family that includes Tom’s oldest son, Chris, from a previous marriage.Everyone who was fortunate to know Tom recognized that he was a talented man who had many hobbies. He enjoyed golf, tennis and flying RC airplanes at Lagoon Valley Park. He also took great enjoyment in watching his grandsons play baseball from little league through high school and college.Tom was born into a musical family. His father was a well-respected bluegrass fiddler in South Texas and music ran through their blood. Tom was an accomplished guitar player and singer. In the mid-1990’s he decided to teach himself how to play the fiddle. Not content to simply play the instrument, he researched how to build them. He loved spending time in his garage workshop and at the time of his death he had completed seven violins and one viola.From a young age Tom had an interest in rocks and minerals. This was reinforced by his many drives across the desert southwest to visit family in Texas. Tom was a rockhound who sought out mining claims in Oregon, Nevada, and the SoCal desert where he dug for opal, turquoise, quartz crystals, obsidian and more.Tom’s greatest gift was his three sons and his grandchildren. He took immense pride in the lives they’ve led and their unique and individual achievements.Tom was preceded in death by his parents, Homer, and Ethel.He is survived by his wife, Diane, son Chris (Sabrina), Tom, Jr. (Joyce), and Ryan (Katie) and grandchildren Krysia, Jessica, Brandon, Tyler, Emily, Savannah and step-grandchildren Ryan Carr, Alexzandria, and Zev Balme. He is also survived by his brother Sam, nephews Donny, Corey and Scott and numerous Texas cousins.A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, February 17, 2024, at McCune Garden Chapel, 212 Main Street, Vacaville.

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Mike Labarga

Sep 19, 1965 - Jan 18, 2024

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Vacaville, CA

Mike Labarga was born on September 19, 1965 in Santiago, Cuba. He was the youngest of 9 children, including: Tally, Art, George, Ruben, Richard, Kris, Tony and Carmen. Mike lived in Palma Soriano, Cuba for the first three years of his life. Then, he would leave Cuba for a new life in Vacaville, California with his mother and eight siblings.They would travel through and stay in a hotel in Mexico for several months awaiting passage to the United States. On September 7, 1968 with his mother and 8 siblings, the family would fly to Sacramento where they would be greeted by his father Arturo. His father had found and purchased a home for the family in Vacaville, California. They were finally all together again to begin their new life.Mike would begin school at age 5 in the Vacaville School System. He attended Hemlock Elementary, Jepson Junior High School, and finished his education at Vacaville High School. It was during these years Mike developed his love of the great outdoors and sports. He then went on to play football for the Vacaville Bulldogs and was recognized by the local newspaper as “Vacaville’s Weapon” It was at Jepson Junior High School where he met the love of his life Kelly Munoz. They were Junior/High School Sweethearts, who would go on to marry on May 23, 1987 in Vacaville. They subsequently had three beautiful children: Kory, Kyle & Luke.Mike was very much a family man. He was a caring brother, father, grandfather, and uncle. He had a great sense of humor, great smile and an infectious laugh. He loved fishing, camping, and gardening (he turned out to be pretty good at it as well). If he wasn’t busy working or spending time with the family, he’d be working on some project around the house (the last was to re-fence his property). He loved to cheer on his grandkids during their sporting events. He was always willing to assist any of his brothers, sisters, nieces, and nephews with anything they needed help with.Mike’s untimely passing was on Thursday, January 18, 2024 at the home he loved. Mike is Survived by his wife Kelly, his sons Kory and Kyle, his three Grandchildren, Grason, Rylan and Kody. Mike was preceded in death by his parents Arturo & Aracelis Labarga & his youngest son Luke. A Memorial for Mike Labarga will be held from 5-7pm Wednesday, January 31, 2024, at McCune Garden Chapel in Vacaville, Ca.A church service will be conducted jointly with his mother (Aracelis Labarga) on Thursday January 25, 2024, beginning at 11am at St Mary’s Church, followed by a 12-noon graveside service at the Vacaville-Elmira Cemetery. Family and friends are encouraged to attend a Celebration of Life Ceremony that will follow at the Ulatis Community Center, 1000 Ulatis Drive in Vacaville, Ca. beginning at 1pm for Mike and his mother.

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