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Lawrence Joe Lovato

July 26, 1955 — November 13, 2023

In Loving Memory of Lawrence Joe Lovato, a beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather, Uncle, Family Member, and Friend. Lawrence held a deep love and devotion for his family, cherishing every moment spent with them.

Lawrence's heart was filled with love for his Grandma Nana and his loving Grandparents Manuel, Virgie, and Alicia. He deeply respected and loved his Parents Enos and Margaret. Lawrence shared a special bond with his Siblings Anna, George, Jon, Luella, Donny, and Andrea.

Lawrence treasured the connections he had with his Aunts and Uncles: Carmen, Louie, Cecilia, Rudy, Helen, Ruben Carrol, and Robert. His Cousins Vivian, Gilbert, Steven, ­Becky, Anthony, George, Claudette, Renay, Vicky, Lydia Arthur, Alex,­ Bobby, Lulu, Gigi, Alan, Mickie, Susan Diane held a special place in his heart.

He was a dedicated family man who rejoiced in the love he had for his First Wife and Daughters: Gabby Valerie,­ and Tanya. Lawrence found immense joy in being a Grandfather to Celeste, Briana,­ and Christopher Jr.

Anew chapter began for Lawrence when he married his Second Wife. Corina Elaine Jessie Moncica always been granted with love smo her endearing presence reminded him Desdemona years. 

His Grandchildren John Andrea,Yngelhna, Aliex AlsannIkdo, Anne Marie, Little Larry,Jasor­n Isabella were an endless source of happiness for him.

Lawrence also shared a special bond with his Nephews an Nieces including Crystal Annette Jon Jr Nicolet Chris topher Lisa Mary Margaret Justin Callie Isabella and Cody Leena, whose presence enriched his life.

An avid sports fan, Lawrence reveled in supporting various teams such as The Lakers The Kansas City Chiefs and The Dodgers. He enjoyed playing golf, pool, and horse racing. One of his favorite sayings was "You need to spend money in order to make money." Lawrence had a mischievous charm that en­deared him to others; he simply loved having fun and creating unforgettable memories together.

Lawrence was known for his strong work ethic and dedication. He brought good fortune wherever he went, especially for his cousin Anthony who once said, "They had a good run." Throughout their lives, Lawrence and Anthony shared an unbreakable bond.

As we say goodbye to our dear Brother Larry, we take solace in knowing that his memory will forever remain in our hearts. His presence will be deeply missed, but the love he shared and the joy he brought into our lives will continue to inspire us. We love you Larry!

Arrangements have been entrusted to the caring professionals of

Trujillo Family Funeral Home

"Our Family Serving Yours"

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