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Brigida Dimalanta


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Brigida Dimalanta Obituary
Brigida Dimalanta
February 1, 1927–April 9, 2014
Resident of Pittsburg
Brigida Ventura Dimalanta passed away on Wednesday after a valiant struggle against congestive heart failure. She was known to most as Nanay. As she begins her journey in Heaven, her nurturing spirit will continue to grace the memories of the many souls she touched on Earth.
Brigida was born in Calasiao, Pangasinan, Phil. She was a self-taught seamstress, cook, housewife, & a professional mother. She lived in Phil for 50 years before she immigrated with her family to America in 1976. Here in the US, she continued to raise the children of her children, & the children of those children. She believed in the importance of family, & as she passes on to a better place, her family will be one of the greatest legacies she leaves behind.
Brigida is survived by her loving husband, Felipe Dimalanta; 8 strong daughters, Rose (Paul), Teresita (Rod), Ada (Hermie), Mila (Jose), Severina (Mario), Yoly (Sonny), Belen (Alex), and Leticia (Joseph); 2 devoted sons, Rudy (Camila) and Bill (Nellie); 27 amazing grandchildren & 13 beautiful great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her 3 loving brothers, Alejandro, Genaro, & Melanio Ventura, and one graceful sister, Virginia Miranda. Brigida's vibrant spirit will be missed by all who knew her.
Friends and family are invited to a viewing on Mon. 4/14 from 4-8:00pm at the Pittsburg Funeral Chapel. Visitation Tue. 4/15 at 5pm with a vigil at 6pm and funeral liturgy Wed. 4/16 at 10am both days at Our Lady Queen of the World Church, Bay Point, Committal services following at Queens of Heaven Cemetery, Lafayette.

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Published in East Bay Times on Apr. 13, 2014
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