Gary Alfred DiGrazia Sr.

Gary Alfred DiGrazia Sr.

May 1950 – December 2021

“Senior”

Gary DiGrazia Sr. of Turlock, CA passed unexpectedly on December 20, 2021 at the age of 71. The family

is deeply saddened by his death. Gary passed having been able to express his love and in the presence of

those he loved most. Gary was born on May 14, 1950 to Alfred and Virginia DiGrazia. He attended San

Lorenzo High School and lived in San Lorenzo, CA most of his life.

Gary was an accomplished and celebrated realtor for over 40 years. He was a professional advisor, a

best-selling author and mentor to so many in his field. Gary was passionate about his career and adored

those he worked so closely with.

Gary was a lover of all things music, played multiple instruments, and was a recording artist with his

band of many years La Ventana. Gary also coached basketball at many levels to hundreds of young

athletes. He enjoyed coaching his children and grandchildren most.

Gary is survived by his wife of 47 years Theresa DiGrazia, his three children Dan DiGrazia, Gary DiGrazia

Jr. and Treena Estrada, and each of their spouses Jayme, Melissa and Jesse. He loved all five of his

grandchildren, Deanna, Abigail, Giovanni, Vincent, and Sonny, as well as his extended family and

abundance of friends.

Anybody who knew Gary was touched by his faithfulness to his family. To Gary,

Family was everything. His devotion to his wife of 47 years is the purest example of love and something

to be admired.

Gary DiGrazia Sr. –  Husband, Father, Coach, Mentor, and friend. His celebration of life will be announced

soon.

Please help us honor his memory with contributions to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.

2 Comments

  • Bruce faria December 24, 2021 3:14 am

    Gary I will always remember the CYO games we had. Also are trip to Phoenix spring training. All the sSt john’s dinners..
    I will remember you and all the great times we had. RIP MY FRIEND

  • Uncle Dan & Aunt Rita December 24, 2021 7:47 pm

    What great sorrow for our nephew Gary we give our love,thoughts and prayers to Gary and his beautiful family

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