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Sergio A. Delgado III

1981 - 2015 Obituary Condolences
Sergio A. Delgado III Obituary
SERGIO A. DELGADO III Our Precious Beloved Sergio A. Delgado III left this world on 10/02/15 lifted up to our Lord by the amazing, most beautiful prayers anyone could be so blessed by, and now has eternal peace, and rejoices in his new life reunited with past family, friends, and all his many pets. He will be dearly missed, but will live on in our hearts forever, and never be forgotten. Those who knew him or had any contact with him are better people because of him. He was just 34 years young. Was born 02/17/81 in Fontana, CA, but lived his whole life in Riverside, CA He is survived by his Mama Priscilla, Papa Sergio Jr.; brother Emilio Delgado, U.S. Marine Corporal; the love of his life: Heidi Kinkade, who we are blessed to call our daughter; Aunties Rosalie Gomez, Josie Donis, and Yolanda Gutierrez; Uncle Andy Delgado; and many cousins, friends, and co-workers. He attended Magnolia Elementary, Central MS, and Poly HS, and graduated with honors earning his Associate in Science from Chaffey College in 2013. He earned two state CA licenses in Radiologic Technology, and Fluoroscopy. He worked for Loma Linda University Medical Center, where he was well liked, and respected by his co-workers, and enjoyed making guacamole for their pot lucks. None was ever left over because it was that great :) He attended Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Riverside, CA. Enjoyed life in general, and lived it with dignity, honor, and always putting others needs before his own. He was that kind of wonderful in every way possible. Loved various music, going to movies and Hanger 24 with his great buddy Jerry Moya & his lovely wife. He greatly enjoyed attending comedy acts by the most talented and kind Christopher Titus, and his lovely wife Rachel who provided us with the best medicine of comedy. In lieu of flowers please send donations to CACF Memo MOMS of Military, 8223 California Ave., Riverside, CA 92504. For any questions please call the church at 951-359-3582 ext. 102. All donations are tax deductible. In closing he helped in working with MOM - Moms of Military to help honor our brave, selfless troops with long over due permanent military banners in the city of Riverside to be placed on our most traveled streets to show our heartfelt gratitude, pride, and respect. All donations will be used in his honor to make this loving tribute a reality on behalf of his brother, and best friend, and all those who currently serve our great country. As a proud military family, we support our troops. Always have. Always will.

Published in Press-Enterprise on Oct. 11, 2015
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