Lewis G. Aquino Jr.
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Services will be Friday, April 5, for Lewis G. Aquino Jr., 34, of Tracy, who died March 26 in a dirt bike accident.

Mr. Aquino was born Aug. 22, 1978, in Milford, Mass., and grew up in Livermore.

Survivors include his wife, Danielle Aquino of Tracy; three children, Aliyah Aquino, 11, Warren Aquino, 9, and Lexey Aquino, 7, all of Tracy; mother, Pam Dole; two sisters; and a niece and three nephews.

A funeral service will begin at noon Friday, April 5, at Callaghan Mortuary, 3833 East Ave., in Livermore. Visitation will be observed at 10 a.m. before the funeral. Burial will follow at 1 p.m. at Memory Gardens, 3873 East Ave., in Livermore.

In lieu of flowers, donations will be accepted at the service on behalf of Mr. Aquino’s children.

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cjacob11
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April 11, 2013
I'm so sorry about your loss. Still so shocked. Every day, I always saw him after school picking up his kids. My son is friends with his daughter. Since Kindergarten, I always remember him waiting for his daughter to get out of school, and when she got out....she just RAN to him with the biggest smile on her face! Even 2 years later, she was STILL always SO happy to see her dad. Again, so sorry...take care of yourselves.
tomwayne
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April 06, 2013
I was shocked and appalled at some of the comments posted over the past week in regards to this shocking accident. I would remind some of you that there will come a day where you are accountable for the words uttered. I can tell these idiots did not know Lewis. I'm so very sorry for his family at this difficult time. We at the newspaper were shocked to hear of his sudden demise. Lewis was remembered fondly by most, with a great sense of humor and an infectious laugh. He was an extremely hard worker and always willing to lend a hand. In the eight years I've known him, and worked with him, he was exceptional, and the priveledge was mine to have known him. I knew him to be a loving father and very involved with his children. This terrible tragedy should remind all of us that NO ONE is promised tomorrow. May your soul rest in peace Lewis.
DanielleCali
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April 07, 2013
Thanks Tom - we appreciate that. I'm Danielle, Lewis' wife.


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