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Glen Abbey Memorial Park & Mortuary

3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA

OBITUARY

Leonardo A. Calma

May 21, 1937September 20, 2019
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Leonardo Calma, age 82, of San Diego, California passed away on Friday September 20, 2019. Leonardo was born May 21, 1937.

A funeral service for Leonardo will be held Wednesday, September 25, 2019 at 11:00 AM at Glen Abbey Mortuary Chapel, 3838 Bonita Road, Bonita, CA 91902. Following the funeral service will be a reception following commital at Family Residence at 6787 Las Lidia Court San Diego, CA 92114. Please contact Leda Calma at 858.805.1816 if you have any questions.

He was survived by his wife of 52 years Adelia Calma.

He was also survived by his 6 children:

His son Edwin and wife, Daisy, and their children Precious, Nico, and Joshua, his daughter, Marissa, her husband Rey, and their son Gael, his daughter, Loreta, her husband Joel, and their children John Lawrence, Joan, and Lorenzo, his son Leonardo Jr. ("Bong) and his wife Marilyn, and their children Micah, Jerimi, and Jerome, his daughter Lea, her husband Brian, and their children, Rachel, Robert, Audrey, Paul, and Ian and his daughter Leda and her partner, Lisa

His siblings:

Eric, Ruben and Encarnacion

He loved his family very much and we are going to miss him immensely. He was a hard worker and worked full time up until his passing. He supported family and friends with his generosity. His great laugh that brightened any room. He enjoyed the LA Lakers and on occasion a little bit of whiskey.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.GlenAbbeysandiego.com for the Calma family.

Services

  • Funeral Service Wednesday, September 25, 2019
  • Reception Following Commital Wednesday, September 25, 2019

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Lea Calma McNellis

September 24, 2019

Dad,
Thanks for your kindness, understanding and love. I’m so grateful that I got to grace your presence. I’m going to miss everything about you. Most of all your words of encouragement. You’d say, “Lea everything is going to be okay.” You knew when I needed it without me even saying anything. I’ll miss your hugs and kisses. I’m going to miss you in every corner of my life. Thanks for being a great dad. I’ll always remember the time when we’re sick in the Philippines you took us to the rice fields to see the sunset you told us that this is what will heal us from sickness and the worries of life. You said it’s a piece of heaven on earth to be out in the field. I love that I learned how to swim, ride bikes, throw baseball, football and frisbee from you. All that dedication to just teach us and give us a piece of your soul. It’s been such a privilege to have you as my dad. I miss you every second, minute, hour and every day.

I love you so much Dad! Always will.

Lea Calma McNellis



Lori Miller

September 23, 2019

My fond memories all include his great big smile, warm laughter and a most gracious heart that always welcomed me and my loved ones into his home to visit and feel included, as if we were always part of the family.

Leda Calma

September 23, 2019

Dad,
I will always remember your kindness and how you provided for your family. There is definitely a huge void in so many of our hearts. Rest now Dad, you did your job here on earth. I will make sure that Mom is taken care of and that the people that you love are supported in this difficult time. I miss you so much. I will always be your baby girl!
Love you,
Leda

Marina Salang-White

September 23, 2019

Uncle, you will be missed by so many because you were loved by so many, including me. Your laugh and smile and your relaxed personality just drew everyone in. You had a funny side that just made us all smile with you. You made us feel loved. I thank you for that.
I think every time I would see you and Auntie Del I would tell you again of one of my favorite memories. We all went to Disneyland and lunch time came around. We would stop at every eatery and you would say something to Auntie and move on. Finally I asked why we didn’t eat at any of the restaurants and she whispered.. they don’t have rice!!
I have other wonderful memories that I will hold dear to my heart. I was blessed to have you as my uncle. I will miss you and I will always cherish my memories.
My love to all of his children and grandchildren and especially to my sweet, sweet Auntie Del. God will take good care of him.

Rick White

September 23, 2019

I will be forever grateful to have known this man. His ready smile and warm personality, his love of family and his natural ability to make everyone feel comfortable.

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