Delia
ADAME DELIA DELFINA, passed away Jan. 30, 2005. She was born Dec. 25, 1915 in Colorado and lived in the South Bay for 78 years. She was very proud of her service to the community in the electronics field for over a decade. Survivors include her loving children; Raymond Adame of Redondo Beach, Anita Chacon of Rowland Heights, Artemio Adame of Peoria, AZ, Yolanda Pina of Onyx, CA, Olivia Kandle of Playa Vista, and Cecilia Adame of Redondo Beach. She was also preceded in death by her children, Gloria Ragsdale and Robert Adame. Also left to mourn her passing are brothers and sisters, Sam Vallejo of Torrance, Marian Garcia of San Bernardino, Lucy Trujillo of Long Beach and John Vallejo of Redondo Beach. She is the blessed grandmother of twenty, great grandmother of nineteen and great, great grandmother of five. Rosary recitation will be at RICE MORTUARY, 5310 Torrance Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503 on Wednesday, 2/2/2005 at 7:00 PM. Celebration of Mass of Christian Burial will be Thursday, 2/3/2005 at 10:00 AM at St. Lawrence Martyr Catholic Church in Redondo Beach with interment following at Pacific Crest Cemetery, Redondo Beach, CA.

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  1. To my sweet Nana, I will always remember spending time with you at the beach. You loved your Redondo Beach and being at the Pier. My fondest memories are of you dressing up and wearing all your jewelry. How you loved to dance and sing to Mariachi music. Your favorite color was purple and you wore with pride. I will always love you Nana. You will never be forgotten. Your Duchess \’Lynette\’.

  2. Delia was always happy to see me and had words of affection for me. She called me mija which made me feel special to her. We enjoyed talking about her childhood in Kansas and the times with her parents while she was growing up as a young girl. These times were precious moments for her and she loved talking about these happy times. She loved watching her John Wayne movies. No matter how many times she saw them, she enjoyed them again as if it were the first time. She loved wtaching her spanish language TV movies and “The Godfather”! She loved her sugary treats like Dr. Pepper, Klondike bars and any kind of chocolate candy, especially See\’s. I remember a woman who loved her family and was very proud of her large family. I believe her wonderful and loving family was her greatest success.

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