Nasaria Nancy_De La Cruz
Nasaria Nancy De La Cruz
  • 70 years old
  • Date of birth:  April 23rd, 1945
  • Place of birth:
    San Jose, California, United States
  • Date of passing:  April 19th, 2016
  • Place of passing:
    San Jose, California, United States

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Nasaria Nancy De La Cruz, 70, born on April 23rd, 1945 and passed away on April 19th, 2016. We will remember her forever.

Her service is Sat May 14th at 1:00pm at Oak Hill Memorial Park in Chapel of the Oaks. Reception immediately following.

If you would like to make a donation in her name instead of flowers you can contact: or 

Candle lit by  vickie valdez  on May 13th, 2016

Lost a friend and my traveling companion. It is not often you find a friend that has the same interest. She was fun, daring and adventurist. During our last adventure to Tropical Costa Rica we journeyed West, middle and South. Riu Hotel was in the west ocean fro in Guanacaste. Where we enjoyed a Spa day & massage.

Salvatura Park which is in the middle of Costa Rica is a jungle filled with pipe lines and crazy people hanging off harnesses. Well guess   what, Nancy at the young age of 70 proceeds in talking me into experiencing the New Superman Zipeline adventure of our lives. One that will knock our socks off in fun and excitement.

The highlight of our trip was the Amazon of Costa Rica in the west Called Tortugauero where the Green Turtles come ashore to lay there eggs. A Tripe by boat down the Amazon River with crocodiles, monkeys and all kinds of birds. Nancy was given a rare flower picked by our guide the picture tells it all.

Our accommodations in Tortugauero were in Rustic and blush cabins which we enjoyed very much.

This trip was our last together that is why I’m reminiscing, although we have traveled around the world and enjoyed many other trips.

Candle lit by  vickie valdez  on May 17th, 2016

It was very difficult for me to talk about the last several times Nancy and I talked. So wanted to visit that podium at her Memorial to let her family and friends know what her plans for the year of 2016.

Nancy's love for Missions, Church, Culture to include  El Teatro Campesino is quite possibly why she decided to buy a house in San Juan Bautista. The most important American theater trou

Candle lit by  vickie valdez  on May 17th, 2016

Nancy and Oscar sold and moved away from San Juan Bautista and planned to buy a ranch style home in Santa Nilla, although the house didn’t go through. She wanted Fred to build her a chicken coop and even had the style picked out which was the The Old Red Barn with six laying stations. I was giving her two of my laying chickens Cuckoo Maran pullet, which lay the chocolate eggs and Rhode Island Red that

Candle lit by  Skip Kern  on June 7th, 2016

I have known Nancy and Oscar for many years now and have had the pleasure of their presence in my life. Our relationship, as a rule, was more on the business side, I have been blessed by their warmth and friendship over the years. Nancy was energetic, made me wonder how Oscar could keep up? You could always tell that they enjoyed each other's company. My friend, you will be missed but not forgotten.

Candle lit by  Cecil Guerrero  on November 27th, 2017

I used to work with Nancy during the 1970s. We were good friends and enjoyed being around her. In the late 70s I moved away and lost contact.  I came across her obituary a couple of months ago. I then discovered I had been living 22 miles from her and didn’t know it. She was a really neat lady and I valued her friendship. May she rest in pease.

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