OBITUARY

Dolores Jean Macias

November 14, 1933August 5, 2018
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Dolores “Dolly” Macias, 84 of Lake Jackson passed away peacefully on August 5, 2018 in Lake Jackson, Texas. Dolores “Dolly” Macias beloved wife is survived by her husband of forty four years, Andrew Macias. Dolores “Dolly” was born November 14, 1933 to Joe and Josephine Viszneki.

Dolly was a loving mother of Anthony Pampena, Robert (Pat), Richard(Lisa) Santimauro, and Andrew Macias, Jr.; two daughters, Rosemary (Toby) Brister, and Debra Lynn Brown; and their families. Dolly was a proud grandmother to twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends in Texas, Oklahoma, Montana, California, and Pittsburgh.

Dolly loved spending time with her family. She enjoyed being a member of her bowling league and traveling throughout the country on road trips, and stopping at all the casinos along the way.

The visitation will be held on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. at Restwood Funeral Home, 1038 West Plantation Drive in Clute, Texas. The funeral service will be at 6:00 p.m. immediately following the visitation.

  • FAMILY

  • Dolly was a loving mother of Anthony Pampena, Robert (Pat), Richard(Lisa) Santimauro, and Andrew Macias, Jr.; two daughters, Rosemary (Toby) Brister, and Debra Lynn Brown; and their families. Dolly was a proud grandmother to twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. She is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends in Texas, Oklahoma, Montana, California, and Pittsburgh.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, August 9, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, August 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Dolores Jean Macias

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Patricia Santimauro

August 14, 2018

Dolly,

Thank you Dolly for welcoming me into your life and always making me feel loved. Thank you for my wonderful sweet husband.Thank you Dolly for your smiles, your laughs, for all that you did for Bob and I, and our family. You showed your love to us in many ways, remembering birthdays each year, anniversaries, and most of all the love you had in your heart for us each day.

Dolly, we had some good talks that helped us learn more about each other and who we are. Sometimes we laughed and at other times we cried but our visits always ended with a hug, kiss, and a love you.

I feel as time went on and the memories Bob and Rich shared of you, I understand more why you said and did the things you did. It was the concern and love you had for all of us!

I hope Bob and I will remember the lessons we learned from you Dolly, when you were here with us and the lessons we learned from your passing. Because I don't want to have any regrets when it is time for us to leave this life. As I reflected on memories of the past and to the present, I found myself sharing with some family and friends; ' we all make choices, but in the end, family stick together.' And the only way we can stick together is to forgive, when a wrong choice is made. Time is precious, only forgiveness can keep us together and give you peace and joy in this life. My prayer for my family, for my posterity is to have a heart of forgiveness for each other.

I'm thankful for the time we had to spend with each other, Dolly. It definitely was not enough! I'm thankful I have a testimony of the next life, of the plan of salvation, and of an eternal family. I know you miss us and want to be with us! We miss you too! I also know you can now breathe, your knees no longer ache, you have a perfect beautiful body because of the sacrifice our Savior went through for us all! I will see you again, and I will give you and all my family a big hug and a kiss and a love you,when it's my time!

Love You Dolly!

Rich Santimauro

August 8, 2018

Mom, I love you. I thought we would have more time. Hoped to see you again, didn`t work out. You will be missed greatly. Bye for now, I will see you again eventually.

Robert Santimauro

August 8, 2018

Dear Mom, You left us to soon. I know you were in pain and struggles were many . You are much loved and will be missed greatly. I know that your pain is over and you are with our lord . I'll be seeing you at a future date. Love your son Bob

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Biography

Dolly was born on November 14, 1933 in Pittsburg, PA to Joe and Josephine Viszneki. Dolly married Andrew Macias in El Paso, Texas on February 14, 1974.
Dolly loved spending time with her family. She enjoyed being a member of her bowling league and traveling throughout the country on road trips, and stopping at all the casinos along the way.