OBITUARY

Mrs. Consolita "Ollie" de Leon Dinglas

January 29, 1951March 5, 2019

Consolita “Ollie” de Leon Dinglas was born in Ternate, Cavite Philippines and had been a resident of Maryland since 1996, in Baltimore City and then Fallston.

The daughter of Celestina Nigoza de Leon, an entrepreneur, and Rodolfo de Leon, former mayor of Ternate, Ollie completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology, and went on to pursue her passion for the culinary arts. She owned and ran a well-loved restaurant in Ternate that catered not only to locals, but also to visiting tourists, politicians, and dignitaries.

Ollie was married to , Victoriano “Jhun” Dinglas, for 40 years. They then had four children, Nina, Victor, Rudy, and George. Ever the proud and doting mother, she considered them her greatest accomplishment, and continually nurtured, encouraged and cheered them on as they completed their college and post-collegiate degrees, and established themselves in their respective careers.

Ollie was beloved in her community not least for the way she channeled her passion for cooking to make many, many delectable home-cooked Filipino meals for everyone, from family and in-laws, to her Filipino and non-Filipino friends, children’s coworkers and friends, as well as her doctors, nurses and lab technicians.

Ollie loved to travel too, and along with her husband and children, she enjoyed many an adventure around North America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. Her favorite city was Paris, which she had the opportunity to see twice. Recently, in January 2019, her entire family travelled to Hong Kong, Singapore, and the Philippines. Not only did they get to see new sights in this island-hopping adventure, she cherished being able to spend time with their family in the Philippines.

Ollie was a devout Catholic, and she nurtured her faith all through her life, attending the Santo Niño de Ternate Church in the Philippines, St. Elizabeth of Hungary and St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Churches in Baltimore, and lastly, St. Mark Roman Catholic Church in Fallston.

She was preceded in death by her parents, 2 older sisters (Mila and Levinia) and 1 younger sister (Edelwina). In addition to her husband and children, she is survived by 10 other siblings, many, many, many nephews, nieces, grandnephews, and grandnieces, extended family and loving friends.

The family of Ollie de Leon Dinglas will be holding viewings on Saturday, March 9, 2019 and Sunday, March 10, 2019 from 4PM-8M on both days at Schimunek Funeral Home (610 W. MacPhail Road / Bel Air, MD 21014). There will also be a wake service during the Sunday viewing at 4PM. Additionally, Ollie will lie in repose on Monday, March 11, 2019 at St. Mark Roman Catholic Church from 10AM-11AM followed by a Requiem Mass at 11AM (2407 Laurel Brook Road / Fallston, MD 21047). There will be a banquet for all after the Requiem Mass. Information will be provided on the mass program.

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Services

  • Viewing Saturday, March 9, 2019
  • Viewing Sunday, March 10, 2019
  • Viewing Monday, March 11, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Monday, March 11, 2019
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Mrs. Consolita "Ollie" de Leon Dinglas

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Lillie Thomas

March 9, 2019

God must have needed another angel and your mother was the chosen one. Though Ollie and I shared only a few brief encounters, I shall never forget the feel of her warm, kind and generous spirit. Receiving shared photos of your mom and the rest of the family enjoying special moments or occasions, would always brighten my day. I can see why she is deeply loved and cherished by her family and friends. The abundance of love showered upon Ollie by her children, is true testament of her as a passionate and remarkable mother. Though it may truly be a divine privilege for Ollie to serve our God from her place in heaven, rest assured that the time she lived amongst us will always be remembered and treasured in the hearts of all who knew and loved her.
Thank you for the love and memories, Angel Ollie. ~ Lillie Thomas

David Yan

March 9, 2019

Tita Ollie was one of the kindest and most caring person I have ever met. She always made me feel like family whenever I visited. I will truly miss her.

Zelda Summerville

March 7, 2019

Momma D, as I affectionately called her, was a beautiful yet quiet woman. Her quiet presence was grand and her cooking was amazing! She was so very proud of her children and their accomplishments. To know her children was to love her! Mrs Ollie If I was asked to describe you in one word it would be GRACE.
Love u Momma D😢🙏❤️😘

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Biography

Consolita “Ollie” de Leon Dinglas was born in Ternate, Cavite Philippines and had been a resident of Maryland since 1996, in Baltimore City and then Fallston.

The daughter of Celestina Nigoza de Leon, an entrepreneur, and Rodolfo de Leon, former mayor of Ternate, Ollie completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology, and went on to pursue her passion for the culinary arts. She owned and ran a well-loved restaurant in Ternate that catered not only to locals, but also to visiting tourists, politicians, and dignitaries.

Ollie was married to , Victoriano “Jhun” Dinglas, for 40 years. They then had four children, Nina, Victor, Rudy, and George. Ever the proud and doting mother, she considered them her greatest accomplishment, and continually nurtured, encouraged and cheered them on as they completed their college and post-collegiate degrees, and established themselves in their respective careers.

Ollie was beloved in her community not least for the way she channeled her passion for cooking to make many, many delectable home-cooked Filipino meals for everyone, from family and in-laws, to her Filipino and non-Filipino friends, children’s coworkers and friends, as well as her doctors, nurses and lab technicians.

Ollie loved to travel too, and along with her husband and children, she enjoyed many an adventure around North America, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia. Her favorite city was Paris, which she had the opportunity to see twice. Recently, in January 2019, her entire family travelled to Hong Kong, Singapore, and the Philippines. Not only did they get to see new sights in this island-hopping adventure, she cherished being able to spend time with their family in the Philippines.

Ollie was a devout Catholic, and she nurtured her faith all through her life, attending the Santo Niño de Ternate Church in the Philippines, St. Elizabeth of Hungary and St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Churches in Baltimore, and lastly, St. Mark Roman Catholic Church in Fallston.

She was preceded in death by her parents, 2 older sisters (Mila and Levinia) and 1 younger sister (Edelwina). In addition to her husband and children, she is survived by 10 other siblings, many, many, many nephews, nieces, grandnephews, and grandnieces, extended family and loving friends.

The family of Ollie de Leon Dinglas will be holding viewings on Saturday, March 9, 2019 and Sunday, March 10, 2019 from 4PM-8M on both days at Schimunek Funeral Home (610 W. MacPhail Road / Bel Air, MD 21014). There will also be a wake service during the Sunday viewing at 4PM.
Additionally, Ollie will lie in repose on Monday, March 11, 2019 at St. Mark Roman Catholic Church from 10AM-11AM followed by a Requiem Mass at 11AM (2407 Laurel Brook Road / Fallston, MD 21047). There will be a banquet for all after the Requiem Mass. Information will be provided on the mass program.