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Dopkins Dinuba Funeral Chapel
Wednesday October 20th, 2021
11:00am - 12:30pm

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Graveside Service

Dopkins Dinuba Funeral Chapel
Wednesday October 20th, 2021
1:00pm - 1:45pm

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Arturo Hernandez Garcia

Arturo Hernandez Garcia Jr. was born on March 9, 1972, in Fresno, California to Rosa Constante Hernandez and Arturo Arrendondo Garcia Sr, and was called by the Lord on September 27, 2021 at 3:30pm. In his lifetime, he was a much beloved son, brother, and father of four beautiful children, who are his lasting legacy. In order of eldest to youngest, he is survived by his children whom he loved with all his heart: Arturo Nathaniel Garcia of Selma, California, Vanessa Angel Garcia, Andrea Aaliyah Garcia, and Xavier Michael Garcia, all of Reedley, California, and his five grandchildren: Cassius Nathan and Jeriah Art Garcia, Kalani Gloria and Malaynah Rose Cedeno, and Ava Marie Garcia. He is also survived by his mother Rosa Hernandez and his sister Jacqueline Bean, both from Visalia, California, as well as many friends and family in California, Texas, and Colorado.

Though the Lord called upon Arturo Garcia Jr. before his time, his family and friends rest in knowing that he is now at peace and reunited with his grandmother Estela Constante and his grandfather Felix Hernandez Sr. in heaven.

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Art always had a smile on his face. He was a breath of fresh air. Anytime he was around, I knew the day would be a brighter, more exciting, happier time. He was a terrific friend. Very loyal and very good at making people feel better about themselves. He will not be forgotten, and he will forever remain a treasure in my heart. Love you art. He misses you. -J

Julz Oct 20 2021 1:23 PM

A candle was lit in memory of Arturo Garcia

Julie anderson Oct 20 2021 1:17 PM