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Juanita Mae Mary Dumlao Escobar Martinez



Born to Alfredo "Acisclo" Fontinella Dumlao and Hazel Alice Daniels Dumlao on July 13, 1932, in Portland, Oregon. She entered eternal rest on June 11, 2017, with her family at her bedside. Juanita is survived by her husband Julian O. Martinez , a daughter, Loretta Escobar Jamora Raya (Philip), sons Fredrick Escobar, Michael Escobar ( Juanita), Guadalupe Martinez (Stephanie), Pablo Martinez ( Maria Rosario) and Jeffery Dumlao (Patrick), as well as 16 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren. Juanita is also survived by her brothers Clifford "Sylvester"...

Juanita Mae Mary Dumlao Escobar Martinez



Born to Alfredo "Acisclo" Fontinella Dumlao and Hazel Alice Daniels Dumlao on July 13, 1932, in Portland, Oregon. She entered eternal rest on June 11, 2017, with her family at her bedside. Juanita is survived by her husband Julian O. Martinez , a daughter, Loretta Escobar Jamora Raya (Philip), sons Fredrick Escobar, Michael Escobar ( Juanita), Guadalupe Martinez (Stephanie), Pablo Martinez ( Maria Rosario) and Jeffery Dumlao (Patrick), as well as 16 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren. Juanita is also survived by her brothers Clifford "Sylvester" Dumlao (Geraldine), Mariano "Moe" Dumlao (Doreen) and numerous cousins, nieces/ nephews, great nieces / nephews and great-great nieces and nephews. Juanita was predeceased by her parents, her first husband Philip Escobar, brothers Alfredo F Dumlao Jr., John Paul Dumlao Sr., Frank Alexander Dumlao Sr. and sisters Amelia Mae "Betty" Fink, Phyllis Jean Dumlao Herrera and Mary Eugenia Dumlao, who died in infancy. Juanita was employed by S H Kress & Co, Store 887 in Stockton, beginning in 1958 culminating her 25 year career with the company in the position of Food Service Manager in June of 1983. The California Youth Authority was her next venture in the position of Supervising Cook II, retiring after 12 years of service in 1995. Juanita enjoyed crafting, quilting, machine embroidery, knitting, crocheting, canning, baking, BUT most especially she enjoyed her family, COOKING for them and teaching family recipes. Our family would like to thank Saint Joseph's Hospital ER, ICU and Critical Care staff for their compassionate care given to our wife, sister, mother, grandmother, cousin and aunt.