Ride In Peace ~ Jesse Valadez ~ Imperials Car Club

Lowriding legend Jesse Valadez of the Imperials Car Club and owner of the most famous Lowrider “Gypsy Rose” passed away last week after battling colon cancer. Jesse will be missed terribly and my condolences go out to his son Jesse Jr., his extended family and his club. I have put the date and times for his services below the photos.

Friday, Feb. 4, 2011 at 8.pm at Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church. Address is 532 South Atlantic Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90022 (323) 264-3353. Mass will commence Saturday morning (Feb. 5, 2011) at 9.am at Saint Alphonsus Catholic Church. Burial services will follow the mass at Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary located at 3888 South Workman Mill Road, Whittier, CA 90601.

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~ by jaebueno on February 2, 2011.

6 Responses to “Ride In Peace ~ Jesse Valadez ~ Imperials Car Club”

  1. Thanks for the article, Jae. I can’t believe how many people Jesse touched in this community. I am glad I had the chance of being his friend. Hope to see you Saturday.

  2. He’s Riding in Paradise with the the other Legends of Lowriding now..He will truly be missed. The Dukes Car Club send their Deepest Sympathy and Prayers to Lil Jesse and his Familia and to Thee Imperials Car Club.

  3. Compadre Jesse, you will be missed. Your hayado Anthony was so glad he was able to visit you when you were in the hospital. You told him you wanted to go home with your mama’ & now you got your wish ! So cruise on Compadre & know you will always be in our hearts & prayers ! We love you & will never forget you,rest in peace. Con mucho carino, Compadres Frankie,JoAnn & godson Anthony ,love you Nino !

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  5. MEL ENTERTAINMENT SENDS PRAYER TO FAMILY JUST KNOW GOD GARDEN MUST HAVE EMPTY CASUE HE NEED ANOTHER ANGEL GOD BLESS EVERYONE

    LUIS & ELAINE

    MEL ENTERTAINMENT

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