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Delia R. Trevino


1924 - 2013 | Obituary Condolences
Delia R. Trevino Obituary
Trevino, Delia R. CHULA VISTA -- Delia R. Trevino went to be with her Lord on Saturday, June 15, 2013. Delia, affectionally known as "Mama D," was born in San Benito, Texas, on June 21, 1924. She was preceded in death by David Trevino, her beloved husband of 63 years, her parents Emilio and Aurora Bolado Rodriguez, and her brothers Alfonso, Abel, Emilio and Armando. She is survived by her sisters, Lupita R. Ramirez, and Aurora R. Bartlett; sisters-in-law, Cecilia Rodriguez and Kina Rodriguez. She is also survived by her loving children, Dahlia Hart, David, (Hilda), Diego, and Danny (Char). Grieving for their Grandmother are her 10 grandchildren, Mike (Tiffany), and Gabrielle Tween, Daniel Trevino, Kelly (Dan) Cameron, Troy (Kate), Katherine, Heather, Holly (Greg), David Trevino (Dee) and Danette ( Christian) Chavez. Additionally, she had 7 great-grand- children named Ashley, Dillon, Dana, Danessa, Maddison, Daniel, and Cameron. Delia and David Trevino married on December 20, 1926. Together they travelled throughout the United States and Mexico while David was employed by U.S.D.A. They both retired in Chula Vista, CA. They worshipped God for over 58 years at the First Presbyterian Church of Chula Vista. Mama D served her church as a Deacon and Elder, in the Presbyterian Women's Association and Hope Circle. She loved volunteering as a teacher and mentor. Mama D's greatest joy was as a homemaker for her family. She also worked in retail sales, as a Certified Nurse Assistant (Candy Striper) and as the first adult school crossing guard for the Police Department of Chula Vista. Mama D was a very religious and caring person. She was a radiant beauty and her thoughtfulness and love was continually shown to all she met. She will be greatly missed and we all know that "Papa D" has already opened the gates of heaven for her so that they both will be together again in the Lord's house.
Published in U-T San Diego on June 21, 2013
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