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Jose Allarey

JOSE MARI JOPET ALLAREY, Senior Computer Architect in the CPU Architecture team in Intel Folsom passed away on August 20, 2009. His family, colleagues and friends are extremely shocked and saddened due to his unexpected demise. Jose was born April 15, 1970 in Manila, Philippines to Delia and Nestor Allarey. He has been resident of Yolo County for seven years.

Jose joined Intel in April 1998 and was a member of Folsom team for his 11-year career at Intel. He worked on many CPU projects. His main focus area was in Power/Thermal Management and he played a key role in developing new features, Power/Thermal estimation tools and contributed significantly to pioneering Validation tools and methodologies. His contributions enabled Intel CPUs to achieve world class power/performance metrics. He has one issued Patent and several more pending in the area of power management and has published many papers in this domain.

In his spare time, Jose liked to play badminton and ping pong or spend time with his family. Jose was also active in the Couples for Christ, a Catholic Family Renewal Ministry. He always treated all his co-workers with respect and was willing to go out of his way to help. His colleagues remember him as a very sincere, disciplined and humble person always with a friendly and personable attitude. Family and friends admired him for his dedication as a husband and father. Jose was 39 years of age and is survived by his wife and 3 young children.

Jose was preceded in death by his father, Nestor Allarey.

Jose is survived by his wife of seven years, Mary Jean Allarey; children: Pia Isabel, Alexander Joseph, Gianna Mari; mother, Delia Allarey and brother, Anthony Allarey.

Visitations will be held Wednesday, September 2 from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. and Friday, September 4 from 2:00 to 8:00 P.M. with the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy at 3:00 P.M. and a Rosary being recited at 7:00 P.M., all at Wiscombe Funeral Home, 116 D Street in Davis. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday, September 5 at 9:00 A.M. at St. James Catholic Church; 1275 B Street in Davis. Interment will follow at Davis Cemetery; 820 Pole Line Road. A reception will follow the burial at St James Memorial Center.

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My deepest condolences to the wife and children of Jopet. Jopet was a good person. In spite of all the peer pressure in college, he was one who had strong moral values and stood by them. He also proved to be a very good friend to me and my daughter in our time of need. The world is surely a better place because of people like him. We will surely miss you, Jopet!

Catherine Manuela Lee-Ramos Sep 29 2009 12:00 AM

A classmate in JASMS for the entire elementary years, and a school mate in UPIS, I considered him as one of the intellectuals during my development years, he's definitely a good influence to anyone he has met and he will surely be missed. My sincere condolences to his family and loved ones.

Carlo Dimacali Sep 13 2009 12:00 AM

Our condolences to his wife, Mary Jean, and family. Our prayers and thoughts are with them. God grant them the comfort at this time of sorrow knowing that Jopet is now with our Savior. In Christ, Grace & Tita Nester Ponce

Grace Ponce Sep 4 2009 12:00 AM

Gone too soon. Rest in everlasting peace, Jopet. Our prayers are with your wife and kids. May your family remain strong, now and always.

Dennis Morelos Aug 31 2009 12:00 AM

My prayers and condolences to Jopet's family specially his wife and kids. Jopet was a real true nice guy with no bad bit of bone in his body. He was always helpful in any way and he also helped tutor me on some subjects in high school. He was the guy with the highest grades in high school and ended up with high honors (magna cum laude equivalent) while all the other males were with honors (our valedictorian was a lady who got the highest honors)... He was the person who tried to teach me to drive for a while in our village in novaliches which was beside his village. He is a truly nice guy and will be sorely missed by us...

Raymond Yap Aug 30 2009 12:00 AM

I join with several others from UPIS Batch '87 who knew Jopet in offering our deepest sympathy on his passing.

Winnie Roque del Castillo Aug 29 2009 12:00 AM

Our deepest condolences to the family of Jopet. We were schoolmates at UPIS and he was a dear person to me, to all of us -- a good guy in every sense of the word. He will surely be missed! May he rest in peace in the presence of our Lord.

Christine de Leon-Rosales Aug 29 2009 12:00 AM

My condolences to Jopet's wife,kids, mom, and brother... Jopet was a batchmate in UPIS. I remember him as one of the few "very kind" boys of Batch '87. Siya kasi yung walang trace ng kalokohan.

Eiza-Reah Landrito-Nasis Aug 28 2009 12:00 AM

Jopet was my close friend during our first couple of years in high school. He was just a whiz kid in math. In fact in our high school yearbook Seniors' Choice List, he won the "Nerd Award". Jopet was a very nice guy and easily got along with everyone. He will be missed. My condolences to his wife and three children.

Sid Ventura Aug 28 2009 12:00 AM

jopet and i were classmates at upis. he was a smart and jolly person. we were also blockmates during freshman year in college at up eng'g. batchmates in cocc (cadet officer candidate course) at uprotc along with mahal kintanar. i remember times the 3 of us would be coming from overnight cocc training and rushing to our first class at 7am with no breakfast and no shower. we lost touch after college. i was shocked to hear of his demise. my condolences to the family.

frederic de jesus Aug 28 2009 12:00 AM

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