Nancy Taylor-Soto
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Services will be Friday for Nancy Taylor-Soto, 66, of Manteca, who had attended Tracy schools and lived in Tracy for much of her life.

She died Saturday at a Stockton hospice center after an extended illness.

Ms. Taylor-Soto was born Aug. 10, 1947, in Stockton and attended Lammersville, West Park, Senior Elementary and Tracy High schools. A homemaker, she lived in Tracy until she moved to Manteca about 12 years ago.

Survivors include a son, Billy Rhoades of Sachse, Texas; three daughters, Tammy Rhoades-Diaz of Stockton and Sharon Dodgion and Christy Barnes-Orani, and her husband, Anthony, all of Manteca; five siblings, Earl Mix, and his wife, Vicki, of Reno, Darlene Israel, and her husband, Glenn, of Manteca, Sharon Robertson of Modesto, Patty Judd, and her husband, Donnie, of Tracy and Marilyn Taylor of Manteca; 14 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Preceding her in death were her parents, Fred and Eileen Sargenti and Harry Taylor Sr.; and two brothers, Harry Wayne Taylor and Garry Wayne Moore.

Friday’s services will begin at 2 p.m. at P.L. Fry & Son Funeral Home, 290 N. Union Road, in Manteca.

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