Joseph Manuel Lespron Lopez
Joseph Manuel Lespron Lopez
  • May 25, 1987 - December 27, 2017
  • San Jose, California

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Joseph " Joe" was born May 25, 1987 in San Jose, California to Cindy Fisher and Jose Lespron Lopez. He was the only brother to 3 sisters, Stephanie, Tracy, and Melissa, whom which he loved very much. The family grew up in a single family home in San Jose in which many happy memories of early life were made such as visiting the local zoos and playing with the neighborhood kids before the streetlights came on. At an early age Joe's parents separated and his mom remarried a few years later. Joe attended the neighborhood schools in which he met many lifelong friends, and his love for technology started. Pretty early on Joe's family knew who to call if they had a question about hooking up a new printer or recovering a password to any device. In 2001, Joe's mother passed away after a long battle with cancer which fell heavy upon the family. The following year after his mother's death was very chaotic when he and his youngest sister, Melissa, bounced around cities with their step father. After finally returning home to San Jose, his life resumed as normal with his friends and family and Joe settling into his best friends', Ricardo Osuna, home with his family. Following graduating from Overfelt High School, Joseph attended Heald College and left with a degree in Information Technology in 2007. This was the start of his professional career in IT in the tech world. As his career grew within Cisco and then Google, you could often find Joseph hosting a bbq or at a party with his siblings and close friends. Joe loved electronic music and tried to attend any rave in which he would cheer on the dj's and just have so much fun. In 2010 Joseph met his love, An Ho (Aidan) and began a relationship eventually leading into moving in together. With An, Joe got to travel to Hawaii, Bahamas, and Rome. Joe was happiest when spending time with the people he loved and cared for, and making them happy in any way he could. Making electronic music, playing with his parrots, and decorating for any holiday were other things he very much enjoyed. One of his best traits were his warm bear hugs, and anyone who was lucky enough to receive them will remember the warmth of his personality forever. Joseph was very much loved and will be missed by all.