Jose Alfredo Vallejo

Feb 11, 1959 - Dec 14, 2021

East Lawn East Sacramento Mortuary
4300 Folsom Boulevard
Sacramento, CA, 95819

Obituary

Jose Alfredo Vallejo was born on February 11, 1959 in Leon Guanajato Mexico to Jesus Vallejo and Guadalupe Acosta. Jose fell in love with the City of Sacramento and has lived here since 1975. He married and raised his family in the Freeport area. He worked at Blue Diamond Almond Growers for over 24 years. He was passionate about helping and listening to people, and always there for his family. In his spare time, he taught his son how to work on things around the house and cars. He enjoyed listening to music in his garage for hours, watering his plants, fixing anything that was broken, and watching western movies. He loved working on cars, welding, fabricating, fishing, Budweiser, eating almonds, gardening and anything that had to do with his favorite classic rock songs. He is known for having a great big heart, giving ice cream to his granddaughters before meals, and his family gatherings at his house for a Carne Asada barbecue. To many of his family members, he was known as Tio Alfredo. He passed away at the age of 62 on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at Sutter Hospital.

The viewing will be at East Lawn Mortuary, 4300 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento, on Tuesday, December 28, 2021 from 3:00pm-7:00pm. There will be a viewing at 10am on Wednesday, December 29, 2021 prior to the funeral service at 11:00am, followed by the cremation. A Celebration of Life will take place at East Lawn Memorial Park – Greenhouse.

Guestbook

  • Samuel says:

    A warm soul who always cared and was quick to correct me when I spoke bad Spanish πŸ˜†, always welcomed me to his home with Jesus and his wife. I wish his family nothing but the very best of memories.

  • Leonard says:

    So many memories of your Mom and Dad when they lived here in Syracuse Ny. I wish I would have seen you again Freddy . Lots of love
    Lenny Aviles, Syracuse Ny

  • Antonio Vallejo says:

    Cousin Freddy made the best Carne Asada on the BBQ grill I’ve ever had. I will always remember the Hot Rod Pontiac Firebird that he built with our family. It was entered in the US Auto Nationals Show at the NYS Fair Grounds and was put on TV News as a fine example of Craftsmanship. I witnessed that his son Jesus has the passion too!

  • Darrell Alder II says:

    Mr. Vallejo was a kind man and will be missed.

  • Lourdes Ruiz says:

    May Jehovah provide comfort for the entire family ❀️

  • Larry Newsome says:

    A Great Man Friend And Brother One Who Enjoyed Life. Always Had Word Of Encouragement I Was Blessed By Knowing Him Rest In Peace .

  • Victor S. Garcia says:

    A true genuine man with his craftsmanship knowledge, it was a great pleasure working alongside him during my off season and now he can kick it with Lloyd, Mike Vaughn and Harold and talk about shop.May you have a blessed journey, you will be greatly missed for all that new you,…Rest in peace, its not goodbye its see you later,…Adios amigo.

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