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From everyone here at Sierra News Online, our deepest sympathies go out to the family and friends of David Andrew Johnson Jimenez, Jr.

Celebration of Life for David Andrew Johnson Jimenez, Jr.

On January 22, 2023, local Chukchansi tribal member of Coarsegold, CA, David Andrew Johnson Jimenez Jr., the son of Georgia (mother) and Richard Ramos; David Sr. (father) and Lindsey Jimenez suddenly passed away in a tragic vehicle accident.

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David Andrew Johnson Jimenez, Jr.

David passed away at the young age of 27, leaving behind his son Mathyus (4) who was his pride and joy, his beautiful kind hearted Native Fiancé Raina Works, and nine amazing siblings whom David deeply loved; Gianna Ramos (2), Bailey and Priscilla Jimenez (twins 22), Carley Jimenez (18), Makayla Jimenez (18), Thunder Jimenez (7), Talon Jimenez (4), Willow Jimenez (3), and Arrow Jimenez (4 months).

David was a kind, genuine, hard working, and giving person who would give his last to help those in need without hesitation or even being asked to do so. He took pride in the love he had not only for his Fiancé Raina and Son Mathyus, but for all of his family and many friends that he has made during his time here on Earth. David’s love will dearly be missed and this Earth will not feel the same without his presence.

The family is holding Traditional Native services as follows and asks all family and friends to join together united to send him on his journey to the spirit world with love, honor, and respect.

  • Friday, February 3rd: Cry Dance (starting at sundown).
  • Saturday, February 4th: Funeral services and rest day from Cry Dance. Funeral services begin 11 a.m. at Mountain Christian Center, located at 40299 CA-49 Oakhurst, CA 93644.

Reception will be held at the same location immediately after viewing.

Burial services begin around 2:30 p.m. at the Picayune Cemetery (located on the road entrance to where David was born and raised).

  • Sunday, February 5th: Cry Dance (starting at sundown through sunrise Monday morning).

We would also like to send a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who donated monetarily, by bringing meals, donating wood, working hard on making the Cry Dance site, digging of the grave, bringing flowers, prayers and visiting the family during these difficult times.

We truly appreciate every single one of you, as you have truly been a blessing to all of us.

David would be so proud and honored for everything you have done for him and the family.

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Forever in our hearts.

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