Selena Jack
Friday
15
April

Traditional Native American Visitiation

10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Friday, April 15, 2022
Home of Family
590 Yellow Hammer Lane
Lakeport, California, United States

Obituary of Selena Sylvia Jack

Selena "Nina" Jack was born June 10, 1974 and she began her journey home to Creator on April 9, 2022. She was 47 years old. Selena was predeceased by her mother, Wilma E. Gomez; father, Valentino P. Jack; brother, Charles P. Jack; maternal grandparents, Lewis and Ramona Gomez; paternal grandparents, Hudson and Annie Jack; and niece, Nikia Gomez. She is survived by her daughter, Angelica Rovetti; son, Tino Rovetti; aunt, Carol Gomez; sisters, Valerie Jack, Carla Rodriguez and Janine Williams; brothers, Michael Gomez, Philip Jack, Kelly Jack, Jeremiah Jack; nephews, Xavier Jack, Joshua Jack, Jacob Nevarez, Matthew Smith, Michael Smith, Steven Morgan, Jeremiah Jack Jr, Julian Bernard, Andrew Gomez, Michael B. Gomez, Nico Cazarez, Anthony Driskell, Joseph Driskell, Richie Gomez, Mark McCloud III, Martin Smith; nieces, Erica Nevarez, Adrienne Nevarez, Vanessa Gomez, Alyssa Gomez, Feather Morgan, Mary Morgan, Savanna Jack, Marlene Jack, Mona Gomez, Jessica Alvarez and Markie McCloud, great nephews, Aiden Jack, Nakai Jack, Dyani Jack, Salvador Castellanos III, Fabian Perez; great nieces, Aiyanna Jack, Alina Fred, Nikia Fred; and her childhood BFF, Lynda Tuscano. Selena comes from a family of 10 siblings. She lived her entire life on Big Valley Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians where she was an enrolled member of the tribe. She worked in numerous positions at the tribe's different enterprises including Konocti Vista Casino and Big Valley Rancheria Smoke Shop. Selena was a fairly private person, but she loved her family and friends, especially her great grand nieces and nephews like her own grandbabies. She had the biggest heart and was generous and giving to those around her. Her smile was infectious and one couldn't help but feel good when in her company. So many people loved her. She will be greatly missed. She will be remembered, for a long time to come, by those that loved her. She will never be forgotten. We love you, Selena.
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