Brian Douglas Jojo
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A local memorial service is planned Saturday, Nov. 23, for Brian Douglas Jojo, 42, of Oroville, a Tracy High School graduate, who was killed in a head-on car crash Oct. 30 in Oroville.

His wife, Kristine Jojo, 38, was also killed in the crash.

Born in Fremont on Aug. 22, 1971, Mr. Jojo attended Tracy High and graduated in 1990. He joined the U.S. Navy and served two years active duty and two reserve, including action in Desert Storm.

After his honorable discharge, he lived in Tracy on and off and worked for 24-Hour Fitness for a time. He lived in Manteca before moving to Oroville about a year ago.

Survivors include his two daughters, Megan Cathryn Jojo of Manteca and Tiernan Randall Jojo of Missouri; two stepchildren, Markux and Myndi Sarabia of Oroville; parents, Douglas and Nadine Jojo of Tracy; a sister, Tracey Ann Jojo, and her husband, Mike Lawton, of Colfax; and grandparents, many cousins and an aunt and uncle.

A prayer service and celebration of Mr. Jojo’s life will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday at his parents’ home, 16261 W. Redondo Drive.

Military services were conducted Nov. 9 at River Bend Park in Oroville, organized by members of the Jus Brothers Motorcycle Club, to which Mr. Jojo belonged.

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