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Jeremy John Borba
April 9, 1975-March 10, 2019
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 Jeremy John Borba passed away at home on Sunday morning surrounded by his loving family. He was born and raised in Tracy before moving to Manteca where he resided until his passing from cancer.

   Jeremy attended Tracy elementary schools and played youth soccer and Babe Ruth baseball.  He graduated from Tracy high school where he excelled at track and football.  While there he met and fell in love with Candy Cady. He was also a paper boy for the Tracy Press and worked numerous other jobs before working at Domino's Pizza in Tracy for over 22 years as Vice President in charge.

   Jeremy loved the Los Angeles Dodgers to the discontent of his mother who is a huge San Francisco Giants fan.  Jeremy also loved the San Francisco 49ers and the Los Angeles Lakers and lived to play Texas Holdem every Friday night with the boys.

   Jeremy was a devoted and loving father, son, brother, cousin and friend. He had a charismatic personality, fun nature and selflessness.  He truly is loved by everyone.

   Jeremy leaves behind two children, a son Daniel Borba of Manteca and a daughter Rebekah Bouldin of Colorado. His mother, Katherine Borba of Manteca, sisters Shannon Borba of Sacramento and Sunshine Borba of Louisiana.  His special cousins Marissa Scott and her husband Ryan of Tracy and Anthony Smith of Tracy.  His grandfather Manuel Borba and Marie.  His aunts Janice Borba Pelletier of Manteca and Ripple Smith of Tracy, along with his many partners in crime: Darrell Bottoms, Brian List, Kevin Brown, Shaun and Brian Bottoms and many, many more.

   Jeremy was a giving, loyal and true friend who has left such an illuminating spirit for all to follow.  He is, and will be forever missed.

   There will be a celebration of life this Saturday, March 16 at 2:00 p.m. at 497 Delany Court, Tracy.

Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin

Friday, March 15, 2019