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Bike Precession Honors Jessee "Yesco" Cruz

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

If you were driving through Lubbock Tuesday morning you might have noticed hundreds of bikers riding through town.

They were here for a procession honoring Jesse "Yesco" Cruz who died who died on September 14th. He was the former president of a local motorcycle club called: "Los Carnales."

The ride started at Franklin Bartley Chapel. From there riders rode to 50th street and then to MLK.  Dozens of different bike clubs and free riders from all over Texas were in attendance.

Cruz was buried at the Lubbock cemetery.

He is survived by his loving wife, Shonna Cruz. His children: Jessica, JoeEthan, Natasha, Cynthia, Jesse Jr. and Eric. One brother and four sisters and numerous grand kids and great-grand kids.

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