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Ralph Aviles Jr.

January 30, 1950 — April 14, 2022

Ralph Aviles Junior, age 72, on Tuesday morning of April 14, 2022, went to be with the Lord. Completing his life’s journey in exchange for an enteral home of his deep seeded faith. He was born January 30, 1950, in Dinuba, California. He was a long -time resident of Rocklin, California. Parents of Ralph Aviles and Lucia Aviles preceded him in death. His father Ralph Aviles died 45 years ago, and his mother Lucia died 26 years ago, his youngest brother, Louie Aviles also proceeded him in death 47 years ago. He is survived by his two sisters Rebecca Aviles-Ontiveros, Yolanda Aviles-Gonzalez, and His brother David Aviles. Ralph Aviles and Irene Campos-Aviles had two daughters, Rita Aviles who had proceeded him in death 24 years ago, Rita leaving 3 surviving grandchildren, Eric Aviles, Sabrina Amaro, and Robert Amaro Jr. He is survived by his daughter Monica Aviles -Gutierrez and son- in law Carlos Gutierrez who have four children, Vanessa R. Adams and Sophia M. Munoz and two great grandchildren Penelope Adams and Paislee Adams, and Brianna J. Gutierrez, and Carlito’s M. Gutierrez. Ralph Aviles Junior met his soulmate Carol Novak of 25 years and raised her children which were his by commitment and love. They are her daughters Lisa Vorbeck and son- in law Eric Vorbeck, Lisbeth Kleczek and son- in law Mike Kleczek and sons James Novak. He also was blessed to have more grandchildren to count his own. Kirstopher Nunn and wife Shannon Nunn, Riki Nunn and wife Micaela Nunn, Savannah Nunn, Nik Nunn, Alexis Vorbeck, Ashley Kleczek Katelyn Kleczek, Brendan Kleczek, Joshau Nunn, Charlotte Nunn, and Declan Nunn. They too had their place in his heart as his own. Ralph graduated from Dinuba High School in 1968. Soon after graduating he volunteered to serve our country by joining The United States Army, without hesitation, during our countries war with Vietnam. He served in the capacity of Military Police. After his term he was employed by State of California Department of Corrections, at Folsom, California for 26 years. Where he was employed as correctional officer, transportation, background investigator and retired. In his retirement he continued to keep himself fit by working out, going on long walks with his soulmate Carol. He died at sea while doing what he had a loved and passion for was deep sea fishing and spending time with his loved ones. He also made time to come to the valley to spend his time with his daughter Monica, attend family events, and made time to reunite with friends and family. Ralph while retired lived a life we all would love to live. As a family we were blessed to have shared his presence. He brought such a calmness to havoc with his God given gift. He had a very kind heart and quick wit and will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.
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