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March 28, 2023

Albert Hernandez Garcia

Albert Hernandez Garcia, 46, Tempe, AZ passed away due to health complications on Thursday, July 4th, 2019.

Albert “Nenz” Garcia also known by his family as “Nenos” was born June 9, 1973, in El Centro, Ca. and was a resident of Watsonville, Ca until recently relocating to Tempe, AZ. He worked as a Supervisor for MT Builders Company. Nenos was a loving father who cherished his kids and was able to spend this last Christmas with them although living in Arizona. His favorite holiday was the 4th of July and loved to create grand firework displays for his friends and family to enjoy. He was always grilling at BBQs, listening to music, especially oldies, and if you were lucky you might have a mixed tape or CD he made just for you. Nenos was the type of man who could make a friend anywhere he went, people were drawn to him and his easy nature. He was always laughing, joking, and lit up a room with his great big smile. He always gave more than he had and expected nothing back in return.


He is survived by his mother and father, Trinethe and Albert Garcia, Tempe; his paternal grandmother, Sophia Garcia, Calexico; maternal grandfather, Ponciano Hernandez; two brothers, Michael Garcia, Watsonville, Richard Garcia, Tempe; sister, Crystal Mata, Modesto; wife, Yovanna, Watsonville two daughters Aileen and Alyssa, Watsonville and son Jacob. Two nephews, Richard and Kaleb Garcia, one niece, Kaylie Garcia, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

He is preceded in death by his grandfather Beto Garcia, Grandmother Antonia Hernandez, Uncle Gustavo Garcia, Aunts Irene Garcia, Bertha Hernandez, Marina Mendez, Julie Hernandez, cousins Brian Smith, and Mathew Smith.

Friday, June 26th, 2019

Memorial Service

Our Lady of Christians – 10 am

2401 East Lake Ave Watsonville, Ca 95076


Veterans of Foreign Wars – 1-4 pm

1960 Freedom Blvd Freedom, Ca 95019


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