Faron Lee Racca, Sr., 61 of San Diego, California, passed away on February 09, 2021 in San Diego, California.
Memorial Services will be held on February 14, 2021 from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. at 2200 Highland Avenue, National City, California 91950. California Burial Chapel Services will be handling the arrangements.
Faron Lee Racca, Sr. was born in Baytown, Texas to Lee E. Racca Sr. and Naomi Racca on December 02, 1959. He went to high school at Fairview High School in Grant, Louisiana and graduated with his sister Althea Lantron in 1978. He went on to earn his college degree towards Computer Science at the Delta College of Arts and Technology. Faron also served in the United States Navy.
Faron’s passions in life were his wife, children, family, friends, cooking, football, and he loved to dance and sing. He called himself the Cajun Outlaw and he had a dream of opening his own restaurant. He would have called that restaurant the “Cajun Outlaws Kitchen.” Faron was an energetic fan of the New Orleans Saints and LSU Tigers football teams. Faron loved watching football. He was the greatest “Who Dat” fan in the world.
Faron was very selfless, kind, a true Cajun, and an amazing chef. Faron always enjoyed working with his hands, building, and putting things together. Some of his favorite hobbies included cooking, gator by the bay, listening to Louisiana Creole Cajun music, enjoying the beach and its sunsets, and watching his LSU Tigers and New Orleans Saints football teams win. Faron’s beautiful smile, ability to listen, cheerful laugh, and continuous heartfelt guidance will be deeply missed.
Faron is preceded in death by his father Lee E. Racca Sr.
Faron is survived by his loving wife of 13 years, Lolita Racca, Mother Naomi Racca, Sisters Althea R. Lantron and Earsell J. Hooper; Brothers James W. Racca and wife Cecilia, Lee E. Racca Jr. and wife Lisa, sons Daniel Andrews and wife Staci, Faron Racca Jr. and wife Meghann, Daughters Heather Gurtler, Nikki Graves and husband Shane, Tabitha Wunstel and husband Vincent, Morena Valera and husband Joseph; many nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and great grandchildren.
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