Stephen D. Perriera Sr.
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Services will be Friday for Stephen D. Perriera Sr., 57, of Tracy, who died May 15 at Alexander Cohen Hospice House in Hughson after a brief illness.

Mr. Perriera, an Oakland native, was born Dec. 10, 1956, and had lived in Tracy the past 14 years. He worked 39 years as a sales supervisor for Feralloy Pyramid Structural Solutions of Stockton.

Mr. Perriera attended Lakeside Chapel at the San Joaquin River Club, where he served on the board of directors and was head of security. He was also past president of the Tracy Fly Fishing Club, a member of the river club’s dart league and a member of the chain gang at Tracy High Bulldogs football games.

Survivors include his fiancée of two years, Candas Anderson of Tracy; two sons, Stephen D. Perriera Jr., and his wife, Zinnia, of Guymon, Okla., and Jesse Perriera of Tracy; and two brothers, Scott Perriera, and his wife, Janet, of Brentwood and Dean Perriera, and his wife, Sheri, of Stockton.

Preceding him in death were his parents, Gloria and Ernest Perriera; and a brother, Danny Perriera.

Visitation will be observed Friday morning from 9:30 to noon at Hotchkiss Mortuary, 5 W. Highland Ave., followed by a funeral at noon. Burial will be in Tracy Cemetery, 501 E. Schulte Road.

The family prefers memorial contributions to Community Hospice Foundation (, Alexander Cohen Hospice House, 4368 Spyres Way, Modesto, CA 95356.

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