Darlene "Dalia" (Salazar) Robles

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Darlene "Dalia" (Salazar) Robles August 10, 1949 – July 6, 2010 Darlene "Dalia" Robles passed away at the Hospice Care Center on July 6, 2010 after a lengthy illness. Her loving family was by her side. She was 60 years old. Dalia was born on August 10, 1949 in Durango, CO to Cecilia Rodriguez. She survives. Dalia spent her childhood in Cortez, graduating from Cortez High School. She was a home maker and stay at home mother to her four children. She loved being able to be in her children's day to day lives. This carried on to her grandchildren's lives in more recent years. She also enjoyed bingo. Dalia had a huge heart, she never turned away someone in need, her door was "always open". Dalia is survived by her sons, Raymond F. Salazar, Carlos (Debi) Salazar, and Alberto (Joy) Salazar, all of Grand Junction; her daughter, Carla (Jesus) Armendariz of Grand Junction; brothers, Alfred "Sonny" Rodriguez of Grand Junction; Fred Padilla of Cortez; Joseph Salazar of Moab; Elario Salazar, Fred Salazar, Oris Gene Salazar, and Joseph U. Salazar, all of Farmington, NM, and Gabriel Salazar of Buena Park, CA; sisters, Margie Valdez of Denver; Carmen Guizar, Josie Holguin, Carol Chairez, Sonja Carbajal, and Victoria Martinez all of Grand Junction; Doreen Salazar of Albuquerque, NM, and Debra Garcia of Farmington, NM; 15 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 10, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. at Junction Community Church with Pastor Paul Espinoza officiating with a Life Celebration dinner to follow at Columbine Park (28 1/4 and Orchard Ave). Memorial donations in honor of Dalia should be directed to Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado.
Published in The Daily Sentinel on July 8, 2010