Severo V. Ulloa
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A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Tuesday for Severo V. Ulloa, 77, a 60-year resident of Tracy, who died Saturday at his home.

Mr. Ulloa was born May 21, 1937, in Jalos, Jalisco, Mexico. He worked 20 years as a selector at Owens-Illinois-Brockway, retiring in 1998, and was a member of the Glass, Molders, Pottery, Plastics & Allied Workers International Union. Mr. Ulloa was a parishioner of St. Bernard’s Catholic Church.

Survivors include his wife of 49 years, Maria E. Ulloa of Tracy; six children, Severo Ulloa Jr. of Oceanside and Richard Allen Ulloa, George Ulloa, Eddie Ulloa, Marco Antonio Ulloa and Suzana Maria Ulloa, all of Tracy; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Also surviving are five siblings, Guadalupe Jauregui, and her husband, Rosario, of Fullerton, Victor Ulloa, and his wife, Guadalupe, of Arbuckle, Maria Gutierrez of Huntington Park, Elvira Rabago, and her husband, Efren, of Sacramento and Jesus Ulloa, and his wife, Guadalupe, of Antioch.

Preceding him in death were three siblings, Ageda Perez, Silvina Ulloa and Pedro Ulloa; and a granddaughter.

Tuesday’s Mass will begin at 11 a.m. at St. Bernard’s Catholic Church, 163 W. Eaton Ave., and burial will be in Tracy Cemetery, 501 E. Schulte Road. Visitation will be observed from 2 to 7 p.m. Monday, followed immediately by a vigil service, at Hotchkiss Mortuary, 5 W. Highland Ave.

Contributions in Mr. Ulloa’s name may be sent to St. Bernard’s Catholic Church Building Fund, 163 W. Eaton Ave., Tracy, CA 95376.

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