WASCO - Family, friends and correctional officers remembered the life of a former Wasco man who passed away after a short battle with cancer.
Funeral services were held for Henoc Zamudio, who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in February.
Zamudio's dream was to ride in his 1949 Chevy Deluxe, and his friends devoted time to the project. The car was not finished before Zamudio's passing on May 30.
The vehicle, he said, was a symbol of love and friendship they all shared with Zamudio.
Zamudio is survived by his wife Ana, and his two daughters, Henna and Anjali Zamudio.
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