Marites Parayno Sto Domingo

December 12, 1957April 9, 2018
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Marites Parayno Sto. Domingo, of Chula Vista, went home to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on April 9, 2018. She was born in the Philippines on Dec.12, 1957. She was previously married to Almario Sto. Domingo. She worked as a Medical Transcriber for 32 years at Sharp Imaging, where she was greatly respected and loved by her coworkers. Tess lived life to the fullest through simple pleasures; chatting with family and friends, snacking, baking, and spending time with her grandchildren. Tess' bubbly personality and smile blessed everyone around her. She was able to connect with people in a deep and positive way. She was a strong, generous, compassionate and caring woman, always willing to help those in need. Tess touched so many lives and will be deeply missed by her family and friends. She is survived by her 3 sons, Anthony ( married to Christie),Andrew (married to Arlene) and Alan; her grandchildren, Noah, Joseph, Landon, Gavin; her Mother, Fidela, Sisters, Nephews and Nieces.


  • Fidela Parayno, Mother
  • Anthony P. Sto Domingo, Son
  • Andrew P. Sto Domingo, Son
  • Alan P. Sto Domingo, Son


  • Visitation Monday, April 16, 2018
  • Second Day Visitation Tuesday, April 17, 2018
  • Eternal Resting Place Friday, April 20, 2018
  • Reception following Graveside Service Friday, April 20, 2018

Marites Parayno Sto Domingo

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Ian Wilson

April 19, 2018

Ian Wilson

April 18, 2018

I cannot express the heartache and pain we are all going through because we lost a person who was loving, strong , and enjoyed the simple things in life

Growing up, I was blessed to have not one mother but 4.

All of my Aunt’s have cared for all of us grandchildren like their own.

My aunt Tess lived a wonderful life , full of laughter; joy love.

Some fond memories I’ll always hold dear to my heart:

1. Aunt Tess was always someone I could relate to and talk to about anything. I’ll always remember our conversations and laughs together and most of all her advice and knowledge she Gave me

2. My aunt loved playing fantasy football and baking. She made the best chocolate chip cookies and I’ll never forget our laughs we had together

3. She never stopped giving. She loved us all and always was the first to want to help anyone anyway she could

4. She loved her sweets and most of all Coca Cola. She was the first person to give me Coca Cola as a baby and I’ll always remember her every time I pour a glass of ice cold coke because it’s something she enjoyed more than anyone.

I love you so much Auntie Tess, and will always cherish my memories I had with you which I’ll never forget. So many things in life are unknown, but one thing I know is that I’ll see you again and we can laugh together forever.

I know you’re smiling up above with Grandpa and you are fully in the comfort of God.

Ian Wilson

Pam Enriquez Jimenez

April 17, 2018

I remember growing up with Tess and her sisters on Voltaire Street when we were in elementary school. It seems like just yesterday. Tess was always the rough and tumble one among the sisters. It was so good seeing her blossom into a wonderful mother as she was always an ever loving daughter and sister. May you be at peace in the kingdom of God dearest Tess.

Marie Deleon

April 13, 2018

Marie Deleon

April 12, 2018

Marie Deleon

April 12, 2018

Marie Deleon

April 12, 2018

Marie Deleon

April 12, 2018

Marie Deleon

April 12, 2018

Danielle Noe-Griego

April 12, 2018


I am forever grateful for the wonderful people I have crossed paths with while working at Sharp HealthCare. You especially were larger than life, always smiling even in the most challenging situations. You were one of the most selfless people I have known, putting the needs of others before your own. Your loyalty and love for your family, friends, and co-workers is part of the beautiful legacy you leave. Rest in peace my friend. My thoughts and prayers go out to your beautiful family. May God provide them strength and courage to get through the difficult days ahead.