Obituary Marco A. Pedroza |

Obituary Marco A. Pedroza

June 12, 1977 – December 29, 2013

Marco A. Pedroza “Tony” beloved son of Felix and Teresa Pedroza of Truckee,passed away on December 29, 2013 very unexpectedly in his San Mateo home. Born June 12,1977 in Teocaltiche Jalisco Mexico, his parents decided to migrate to the U.S in 1981. Tony graduated from Truckee High with class of 95, shortly after graduating decided Truckee was his home but moved to the Bay Area and worked for Camico one of the nations largest CPA Insurance Companies. He is survived by his 6 siblings Martha, Susana, Adriana,Liliana, Maura and Joey, his 13 nieces and nephews 2 great-nephews and dozens of cousins, aunts, uncles and millions of friends. Tony was such a talented man he was the best dancer, loved photography,he was an accomplished wedding dress designer and tailor, he loved to sing he auditioned for American Idol he was an artist, he illustrated a book that was publish last year “Two Ancient Souls”. He had a smile that lite an entire room, he lived life to it’s fullest he was a caring, loving, respecting person he left a print in every person he came across. His passion was his family he will be forever remembered and missed. Services were held at Assumption Catholic Church on January 3. A memorial account has been set up to help the Pedroza family with expenses at Wells Fargo account number 5421983312. A fundraiser will also take place on Saturday January 18 from 4-9 at the Old Rec Center in Downtown Truckee, homemade mexican food raffles music and lots of fun

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