In Memoriam : Mandi Blake

Mandi Blake Mandi DawnYell Blake - age: 39
(March 13, 1975 to July 29, 2014 )
Resident of Exeter, California

Visitation Information:
A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at 2:00 PM at the Exeter Church of God, 246 West Chestnut, Exeter.

Mandi Blake arrived in this world on March 13, 1975, and left to soon on July 29, 2014. Mandi was such a vibrant person, outgoing and out spoken, that was her. She loved life so and the people in it.
She loved camping in the mountains, at the coast or in the desert and went anytime she had the chance. She was a diehard 49er fan and was in the field goal kicking contest at their stadium for halftime once where she came in second place. Mandi also took first place in the Tulare County Number One Fan contest. She had been anxiously awaiting the start of football season, anxious since the last Superbowl. Mandi worked many years as a pack out accountant for Sun Pacific in Exeter. She loved her job and will be missed by many there.
She was a lifeline to all and she was well loved. “Mandi we will always love you, we will always miss you!!
Mandi is survived by her loving Grandmother Freddie and Larry Jonas, her Dad Bobby Blake of Farmersville; her Mom and Step Dad Debbie and James Coleman of Woodlake; Daughter Kiana Scott and Radenko of Exeter; Son Chris Holland and Falisha of Exeter; Son Robert Blake of San Francisco; her loving partner Kevin Long of Exeter; many loving Aunts and Uncles, Nieces, Nephews and Cousins. She is also survived and loved by many adopted Chilen as she called her extra children.

Jessie Blibaum(Tafoya) - August 1, 2014Contact this person Contact this person
Mandi, u will be missed...I will always remember hanging out with u and he gang when we were in high school. were so wild and crazy its hard to believe u are gone. God got a very special angel when he got u. luv n miss u girlie

Douglas Phillips - August 1, 2014Contact this person Contact this person
Loved you Mandi. We will never forget you!!! Till we meet again.

Juanita Blake - August 1, 2014Contact this person Contact this person
Sweet girl I remember like it was yesterday the day you were born, I remember your first birthday as if it was yesterday, the rollers skates your Uncle Wes & I got you for Christmas. I remember you and Jaime spending every weekend together at either our house or yours having to keep chocolate milk and chocolate poptarts for the two of you to eat, I remember and it is such a blessing during this time that I have these memories because every time I get sad and depressed I think of all these memories I have of you, your laughter, smile, crazy happy go lucky attitude and it brings a smile and wipes away the tears. Until the next time I see you all my love.

Stephanie Bustamante - August 2, 2014Contact this person Contact this person
To a wonderful friend who was infectious to be around when you laughed. I thank you for making my life worth living in school. If it wasn't for you and a handful of others I would of been a statistic of suicide caused by bullying. You will be greatly missed. I know god is proud of his new angel.