Ret. Petty Officer Abraham Torio Tandoc (73) quietly passed away May 15,
2007 after 20 years battling Kennedy's Disease. He was laid to rest May 23rd
at Oakhill Memorial Cemetary, San Jose, CA. Born March 16, 1934 in the
Philippines, he finished highschool with high marks and completed two hears
of college as he was studying to go into the medical field. He joined the US
Navy and married his beloved wife of 44 years. The US Navy honorably
discharged him after 20 years of service with distinguishing awards. He
completed two more years of college and worked many years for the IRS and

He enjoyed a very active life in his youth, swimming, running with his
friends, Filipino ballroom dancing with his wife, and boating and fishing
with his family.

He's survived by his wife Zenaida, four children Abraham Jr., Maryelise,
Lynda, and Juliet, two sisters Corazon and Felicidad, eleven grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren. After being laid to rest at Oakhill Memorial
Cemetary on May 23, 2007, his belated birthday was celebrated
with a resturant full of his family and friends.

We miss you so much, but know that you are dancing around in heaven. Memorial
donations may be made to Kennedy's Disease Association to find a cure.