“My prayers go out to your family. Believe me I know words can't express feelings at a moment like this. I just remember living next door to Joe and his family for a short bit. I laugh now but, I remeber that wouldn't go out my side door because of their "Big" black pitbull. Funny, Joe would say "He wouldn't bite". But...I would say to Joe "Yeah, until the dog has my leg in his mouth", and we laugh. I pray that the mourning time will ease by more quickly each...
“I Am deeply sadden to hear of this loss! He was a great man! He will be missed dearly. My prayers are with the De La Mora family right now! Lots of Love The Mcguire Family.
“ Joe, may you rest in peace, you will be in my prayers.
“Martha an Gina i still rememmber meeting you'r dad for the first time he was a wonderful man my prayers go out to the DelaMora family Lupe (Morales)Cantrell
“I can't believe you are gone...To my cousins I'm sure it's all sinking in now, may time pass quickly so their mourning can be lessened and just remember all the beutiful memories they had with their father throught their life time. Miss you lots Tio Luis but have the best and fondest memories of you and your kindness to us all.
“My prayers, thoughts and heart goes out to you and your family at this time of sorrow. Martha, I asked Di to give you a hug for me and express my deepest condolences.
“To the family of Joe. We are so sorry to read about your Dad. He was a good neighbor and friend. You are all in our thoughts and prayers
“I am so sorry for your loss. I do take comfort in knowing that he is healthy again and with your Mom. He always had a sweet smile for us all. Love and hugs.
“My first memory of Joe was watching his grandchildren play baseball with my nephew and he was passionate about his sports. He purchased from the business I work for and when he came in he was good for a bright smile and lots of laughter with his wonderful sense of humor. And recently I have run into him at the dialysis center while picking up my mom, and Joe always had that great attitude and smile you even being as sick as he was. My prayers go out to his family.
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Jose Luis (Joe) De La Mora Jose Luis (Joe) De La Mora, 72, of Lompoc, California died Wednesday, November 14, 2012. He died peacefully at home in the company of his family after a 7 year battle with cancer. Joe was born February 12, 1940 in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico. He later moved to Lompoc,...Read More