Born in: Canada de Caracheo, Guanajuato, Mexico
Resided in: Fremont , CA

Maximino A Bustamante, age 82, of Canada de Caracheo, Guanajuato, Mexico, passed away peacefully in Fremont on Friday, March 5, 2021, and was a resident for the past 60 years. ​Maximino was happily married to his wife, Nieves, for 47 years before her passing in 2015​. ​He was also preceded in death by his parents, ​Manuel and Rafaela Bustamante, ​and is survived by his son Manuel, son Luz, daughter Leticia, son Maximino Jr., and ten grandchildren; Manuel Jr., Meli, Sammy, Michael, Sophina, Isabella, Edsel, Edgardo, Diego and Alex. Maximino was very dedicated to his work and to his family. He worked in construction for 35 years and built the foundations of thousands of homes throughout his career. He was a jack of all trades who could fix just about anything around the house. He could do it all, build the foundation, stand up the walls, connect the electrical, hook up the gas, and do the plumbing. He could fix cars, appliances, and just about anything he chose to. What he didn’t know how to fix, he would tinker with it and eventually figure out how to fix it everytime. I remember as a small child when our old television broke which had those old fuse like tubes. I would sit there and watch in wonder as he labored to repair it and to my very surprise would actually get it to work. Our father was my hero and a role model to me and to our entire family. He was by all accounts a man to be looked up to and to be admired by all who knew him, especially his family. He modeled perseverance and hardwork for all of us. He placed everyone else’s needs above his own. We will always cherish the moments we had with him and remember the man he was. We were all fortunate to have a father like him, to look over us, guide us, and to lead us in life! Funeral Services will be by invite only due to Alameda County Covid-19 regulations.

Maximino A Bustamante, de 82 años, de la Cañada de Caracheo, Guanajuato, México, falleció pacíficamente en Fremont el viernes 5 de marzo de 2021 y fue residente durante los últimos 60 años. Maximino estuvo felizmente casado con su esposa, Nieves, durante 47 años antes de su fallecimiento en 2015. También le precedieron en la muerte sus padres, Manuel y Rafaela Bustamante, y le sobreviven su hijo Manuel, su hijo Luz, su hija Leticia, su hijo Maximino. Jr. y diez nietos; Manuel, Meli, Sammy, Michael, Sophina, Isabella, Edsel, Edgardo, Diego y Alex. Maximino estaba muy dedicado a su trabajo y a su familia. Trabajó en la construcción durante 35 años y construyó los cimientos de miles de viviendas a lo largo de su carrera. Era un experto en todos los oficios que podía arreglar casi cualquier cosa en la casa. Podía hacerlo todo, construir los cimientos, levantar las paredes, conectar la electricidad, conectar el gas y hacer la plomería. Podía arreglar autos, electrodomésticos y casi cualquier cosa que quisiera. Lo que no sabía cómo arreglar, lo jugueteaba y eventualmente descubriría cómo arreglarlo cada vez. Recuerdo cuando era un niño pequeño cuando se rompió nuestro viejo televisor que tenía esos viejos fusibles como tubos. Me sentaba allí y miraba maravillado mientras trabajaba para repararlo, y para mi sorpresa, realmente lo hacía funcionar. Para mí, mi padre fue mi héroe y un modelo a seguir para mí y para toda nuestra familia. Según todos los informes, era un hombre digno de admiración y era admirado por todos que lo conocían, especialmente su familia. Él modeló la perseverancia y el trabajo duro para todos nosotros. Puso las necesidades de los demás por encima de las suyas. Siempre apreciamos los momentos que tuvimos con él y recordaremos al hombre que era.¡Todos fuimos afortunados de tener un padre como él, que nos cuidó, nos guió, y nos dirigió en la vida!  Los servicios funerarios serán solo por invitación debido a las regulaciones Covid-19 del condado de Alameda.

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  1. CandleI am so sorry to hear about your father’s passing. I know this is a very sad and difficult time for the family. You all have my very deepest sympathy. May the passing of time ease the pain of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

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  2. CandleYou and your family are in my heart and mind. My condolences on the pass of your father.
    Sincerely,
    Erika Bustamante

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