George Thomas Carasco

Jul 16, 1932 - Jul 17, 2019

Obituary

Our precious Daddy went to his forever home in heaven July 17, 2019. He had a broken heart from losing his precious wife, Betty Jean, just a year ago, but he created new memories living with his daughter, Pam and son-in-law, Steve. His favorites were his morning rosary in song and evening sunsets with a rum and coke. Dad made many friends in El Dorado county where he developed ranches into estate lots creating the opportunity for families to live The American Dream. He loved cattle ranching, fishing, hunting, the 49ers, USC football, and Nascar racing. He always cherished fishing with his buddies and the elk hunts he enjoyed with Steve. He was the proud head of his family which included Victoria Valine (Jeffery), Randall Carasco (deceased), Pamela Gould (Steven), grandchildren Christina Uribe (Gary), Morgan Gould, Julie Spiker (John), Brandy Berrian (Michael), and Jay Valine, great-grand-children Hunter, Jake, Caleb, Jase, and Madison, dear friends Bill Kinsey and Vickie Tereau, and caregivers Guadalupe Delgadillo and Sam Toganara. Visitation will be held July 23 at 4:00-7:00 pm, followed by a special rosary in song at 7:00 pm in the chapel at East Lawn Memorial Park Elk Grove. Funeral mass to be held July 24 at 10:00 am at St. Maria Goretti Church in Elk Grove, followed by graveside service at East Lawn Memorial Park Elk Grove

Guestbook

  • Cindy Kanemoto says:

    We will remember sitting and watching the sunset with George and Pam and Steve and seeing the love between father and daughter. What a special bond that cannot be broken. Rest In Peace and prayers for comfort for the family

  • Dick Wanda Gould says:

    George Carasco, a man with many facets in life. Someone who loved the outdoors. We enjoyed many times hunting, fishing and sitting around the campfire telling stories about the big buck that got away and maybe adding an inch or two to the fish we caught. He loved his ranch life, raising cattle, property development and most of all his close-nit family life. It was nice spending time with George. Rest In Peace, Dick

  • Pammy says:

    I will miss you so… thank you for allowing us to make our house your home. It was an honor to serve you in your time of need. You were so brave, Daddy. We cherished every minute with you! You will always be the Best Boss ever, and I’ll love you forever my Big Kahuna. Love your Little Kahuna. -Forever your baby, Pammy

  • John Hobbs says:

    George. Thank you for being such a great friend what great memories from working, hunting ,fishing and rving with you .i will miss our phone calls .rest in peace. Hug Betty for me. John Hobbs

  • Margaret says:

    George, I sure enjoyed talking with you. You’re a great story teller. You were such a sweet guy. I see where Pam got her sweet spirit from! I loved your love for your wife, and am glad that you are with her now. πŸ’›

  • MARY Williams says:

    Uncle George always had such fun and interesting stories….I loved his laughter! You were a wonderful Godfather, your love and devotion to family is a wonderful example for us all to follow. Love you, Mary

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