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Henrietta "Katy" Anguiano
July 15, 1935-December 25, 2020
Henrietta Anguiano
Surround by her loving family, Henrietta “Katy” Anguiano, entered into rest on Christmas Day, 2020. She was born on July 15, 1935 to the late Alejandro and Romana Otero. She was 85 years old.
   Katy is preceded in death by her parents, brother Gilbert Otero, husband Jesse Anguiano, son Jesse Anguiano Jr. baby daughter Sally and great-grandson baby Jo Jo Anguiano.
   Mrs. Anguiano is survived by her children, Gloria Anguiano, Grace Anguiano, Joe Anguiano, Manuel Anguiano, Mickey Anguiano and Sally Hernandez, grandchildren, Alonzo and Mary Jo Cantu, Andrea and Richard Juarez, Alex and Angela Cantu, Mannie Cantu, Joey Fuentes, Raymond and Monique Fuentes, Jesica Anguiano, Angela and Stephen Holderegger, Jo Jo and Felicia Anguiano, Annette and Henry Rivas, Anthony Anguiano, Adrienne Anguiano, Alena Anguiano, Michael Anguiano and Daniel Rodriguez as well as 31 great grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren and one on the way Katy was a Lathrop resident. She raised her family in Lathrop and worked for years at Eckert Co. Storage in Manteca. Katy was a faithful and dedicated member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. She was devoted to her church and Lathrop community, visiting the sick and praying over those families in need. Katy’s sweet charismatic personality and grace made her unforgettable and well known by many. The honorary granny of Lathrop, Katy was always invited to birthdays, graduations, baptisms and weddings. Katy received the “Adelita” award in 2011 for her service to the Lathrop Community. She loved her bingo nights, but most of all she loved spending time with her family, they were everything to her. Just as Katy loved unconditionally throughout her lifetime, her final days where full of unconditional love by her family, friends and community. Katy was truly a shepherd of God. She lived each day with appreciation and strong faith. Katy had fought a valiant battle but was never afraid, as she knew God was always at her side.
   She will be remembered for fighting the good fight, finishing the race and keeping her faith till the end. She will be deeply, deeply missed.
   P.L. Fry & Son is honored to be serving the Anguiano family. All services will be private. She will be laid to rest at San Joaquin Catholic Cemetery. An online tribute page is available for condolences to the family at


Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin

Tuesday, January 5, 2021