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Daniel Guadalupe
Nino

August 14, 1980 – October 26, 2020

Daniel Nino
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Obituary for Daniel Guadalupe Nino

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Daniel Guadalupe Nino (Aka Danny, Aka Zoid) was born on 08/14/80 in Lodi, California to Edward Nino Sr. And Natalia Nino. Danny passed on 10/26/20 of complications from a lengthy illness.
He is survived by his parents Edward and Natalia Nino, stemother Sylvia Sandoval, brother Edward Nino Jr., half brothers Jonathon Alcoriza and Carlos Nino, half sisters Silvia Nino and Catalina Nino, life partner Amy Davidson, daughter Adrianna Neff, stepsons Christopher Davidson, Jordan Davidson and stepdaughter Tiffany Davidson, grandmother Soila Nino and a very many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Danny was a beloved son, brother, father uncle and dear friend. He dedicated his life to his family and partner Amy Davidson also to their children Christopher, Jordan and Tiffany Davidson.Early in life Danny played baseball and developed a talent for breakdancing, artistic drawing also writing and producing music. Danny worked as a prep-cook for Elk Grove Brewery for a time but his love was for art and music. Our son had a wonderful and giving spirit who loved to laugh, play games and lived and marched to the beat of his own drum.
His belief in our Lord Jesus Christ was evident in his prayer life and he very much succeeded as a loving son, father and friend and all we can say is that blessed is he who loves and is loved as much as he.
With broken hearts we say goodbye but he will continue to live in our hearts and we will forever remember the joy he brought to each of us.
We pray Rest In Peace O love and light of God.


In light of the current COVID situation, unfortunately we have to limit the amount of people that are allowed to attend our service. Viewing on 11/4 will be open to the public. The service on 11/5 will be closed at the family’s discretion. Only a certain amount of people are allowed to attend. If your name is not on the list provided by the family you can access the service via the colonial rose chapel Facebook page on 11/5 at 11am. We are very sorry we cannot accommodate everyone. Thank you for being understanding. If attending the viewing or service please provide a mask as they are required.

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First Visitation

When Wednesday, November 4th, 2020 10:00am - 3:30pm
Location
Colonial Rose Chapel
Address
520 N. Sutter St.
Stockton, CA 95202
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Service Information

When
Thursday, November 5th, 2020 11:00am
Officiating
Pastor Ray Quesada
Location
Colonial Rose Chapel
Address
520 N. Sutter St.
Stockton, CA 95202