LaJuana Lupe Bobino, 47

LaJuana Lupe Bobino

LaJuana Lupe “Tweety” Bobino, a dedicated member of the Oakland Dynamite’s youth football and cheerleading organization, died Jan. 15.  She was 47.
Bobino started with the Dynamites as a cheerleader. She went on to serve as a board member, team mom and coach, leading her squads to win many championships.
Born on June 2, 1964, to the late Norman Bobino, Sr. and his wife Gerlita, she attended Oakland public schools: Bret Harte Middle, Oakland High, where she ran track, and attended Laney College.
 She was employed at the Palo Alto Medical Center for 15 years.
 LaJuana was preceeded in death by her two brothers Norman Bobino and Felipe Bobino.  She leaves behind three children: Dominick Baker-Bobino, Jeffrey Knight-Bobino and Gariana Walker-Bobino; grandchildren: Dominick Baker Jr., Swauva Nichols Jr., Jay Knight and Dajon Baker; brothers: Norman Elroy Bobino, Jr. and Ushuan Bobino; grandmother Ruth Villa Jones; her daughter-in-law Denine Colbert Jr.; four aunts: Mazita Sannoh, Dr. Rita Bobino, Marilyn Bobino and Rita Bobino; and two uncles: Charles Bobino and Carlson Bobino; god-children; and many family and friends.
The services are scheduled for 2 p.m., Friday, Feb. 3, at Fuller’s Funeral Home, 4647 International Blvd. in Oakland.

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