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Obituary for Jerry Bonifacio
Jerry Bonifacio was born December 12, 1952, in Fairfield, California to John Reece and Esther Diaz Bonifacio and passed away in Twin Falls, Idaho September 18, 2021.
Jerry met Anna Burgess in the summer of 1974, and they were married April 10, 1976. To this union 3 children were born: Jerry Lee Bonifacio Jr., Esther Bonifacio, John Bonifacio. He had one grandson: Nathan Reece Bonifacio. Jerry went to Vacaville High School and also took come college classes at CSI in Twin Falls, Idaho. He worked at the refineries in the Solano County area. He was a care giver in Twin falls and also mowed lawns.
Jerry also enjoyed four wheeling, camping, and fishing. He enjoyed the outdoors and had a great love for animals. He had 3 dogs: Nacho, Ruby and Shaggy as well as 2 cats: Tiger and Missy. We will always love and miss him; he will never be forgotten.
Jerry is survived by his wife: Anna Bonifacio, his children: Esther and John Bonifacio, Grandson: Nathan Bonifacio, and 2 sisters: Marie Bonifacio and Elaine Cramer. He is preceded in death by his parents: to John Reece and Esther Diaz Bonifacio, Son: Jerry Bonifacio Jr. and Nephew: Michael Willis.
Our beloved Jerry Bonifacio Sr recently passed away on September 18, 2021, as COVID overcame his body, and he was no longer able to fight the illness. Jerry was a wonderful husband, father, brother and grandfather who touched the lives of those around him. He leaves behind a wife of 47 years, a daughter, son and grandson among other relatives.
Jerry dedicated his life to his friends and family as a provider, teacher and reliable mentor who could always be counted on in times of need. Even after losing his eldest son to the war in Iraq, Jerry continued to pursue a happy and fulfilled life for his family through any and every avenue possible. Despite all odds, he managed to raise a beautiful family of high regard who strive to pour into friends, neighbors and their communities just as Jerry did.
We are all devastated by Jerry's loss and were not prepared for the high cost of a funeral service. We want to give Jerry the memorial he deserves, to honor his loving memory and say our last goodbyes.