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David Larry Sisneros
July 14, 1961 ~ January 1, 2024 (age 62) 62 Years Old
David was born in Bakersfield, California on July 14, 1961 and passed away on January 1, 2024 in Anaheim, California.
He is survived by his two children, David Herbert (Kawika) Sisneros and Shelly Sisneros, his daughter-in-law Krystalynn, his two grandsons Kaleb and Kenzo; his mother Olga Gomez and two sisters Judy and Jeanne Sisneros. He was preceded in death by his father Larry Sisneros, stepfather Don Gomez and his grandson Kyler Sisneros.
David was an avid sports fan, a passion he passed along to his kids. His biggest fan love was for the San Francisco Giants baseball team and San Francisco 49ers football team. His lifetime hobby of acquiring baseball, football and basketball cards led to a massive collection that has now been passed down to his children. He was especially proud of baseball cards signed by Texas Ranger’s pitcher Nolan Ryan, who two days prior against the Oakland A’s had pitched the sixth no-hitter of his career. These signed cards were a birthday present to his son who was about to turn one year old. This even received a mention in a San Francisco Examiner “The Collectors” sports column on July 21, 1990.
David attended elementary school in Bakersfield before moving to Southern California with his mother, where he continued his education in middle and high school.
For a time he lived in San Francisco in the 1980s/1990s before he moved to Hawaii to be near his two children and his ex-wife Marjean Isaacs, the mother of his two children. He learned to love Hawaiian culture but eventually he made Anaheim, CA his permanent home.
On January 9, the family said a private goodbye to David at the Shannon Family Mortuary in Orange, CA.
David’s final resting place will be the Holy Sepulcher Cemetery, also in Orange, CA.