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Delano Mortuary

707 Browning Road, Delano, CA

OBITUARY

Ambrocio Pascual Lauricio

December 7, 1937September 1, 2020
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Ambrocio Pascual Lauricio was born on December 7, 1937 and passed away on September 1, 2020 and is under the care of Delano Mortuary.

Visitation will be held on September 17, 2020 at 4:00 pm at Delano Mortuary, 707 Browning Rd., Delano, CA. Rosary will be held on September 17, 2020 at 6:00 pm at Delano Mortuary, 707 Browning Rd., Delano, CA. Mass of Christian Burial will be held on September 18, 2020 at 9:00 am at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 1015 Clinton St., Delano, CA. Committal Service will be held on September 18, 2020 at 10:00 am at North Kern District Cemetery, 627 Austin St., Delano, CA.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Thursday, September 17, 2020

  • Rosary

    Thursday, September 17, 2020

  • Mass of Christian Burial

    Friday, September 18, 2020

  • Committal Service

    Friday, September 18, 2020

Memories

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Chelsea Lauricio

September 10, 2020

MARVYN FELICITAS

September 9, 2020

No other words can express how deeply we are sorrowed by the passing of uncle Ammos . In his lifetime, we are thankful to have him in our life time and that he have fulfilled his purpose of existence to raise and guide a wonderful family my dear cousins and Auntie Dimet and the grandchildren who shall carry on the wisdom passed unto us.
Farewell a Good and Faithfull servant of God you may now take the rest and watch over the results of your deeds as you lay in the Final Resting Place called Heaven,.,

Roger Mateo

September 8, 2020

He taught me the basic key of ukulele.

Dorris Keeton

September 7, 2020

FIRST OF ALL, I SEND MY HEARTFELT CONDOLENCE TO THE IMMEDIATE BEREAVED FAMILY OF MY LATE COUSIN, AMBROSE....ESP. TO HIS WIFE, M'g DEMING, HIS CHILDREN , REY, MINDA, RICKY, ARIEL, JEFF & THEIR RESPECTIVE FAMILIES. I ALSO EXTEND MY SYMPATHY TO HIS SISTERS NORMA & ESPIE & THEIR FAMILIES.

M'g AMMOS ( as we used to address him then ) HAD A TALENT IN PLAYING THE GUITAR. DURING HIS BACHELOR DAYS IN LAOAG CITY, PHIL. ONE COULD HEAR HIM IN THEIR HOUSE SINGING & STRUMMING THE GUITAR FOR ACCOMPANIMENT. SOMEDAYS, HE & HIS BARCADA WOULD GATHER AT THE STREET CORNER OF GEN. M. DEL PILAR & GUERRERO STS. THEY WOULD SIT THERE, SINGING LOVE SONGS W/ MANONG PLAYING THE GUITAR. M'g AMMOS HAS ANOTHER SKILL HE IS PROUD OF. HE WAS VERY GOOD AT CARPENTRY. HIS WORK IS DONE W/ FINNES. WHEN MY PARENTS & I MOVED INTO THE LAURICIO FAMILY HOUSE, MY DAD ASKED HIM TO BUILD A DIVIDER BETWEEN THE LIVING & DINING ROOMS IN THE HOUSE. HE BUILT IT IN A WAY THAT THERE WERE SHELVES ON BOTH SIDES. WHAT'S INTERESTING IS THAT HE BUILT IT IN SUCH A WAY THAT THERE ARE SEETHRU SLOTS ON THE REST OF THE DIVIDER. THAT WAY, THE LIGHT WOULD GO THRU BOTH ROOMS ! THAT WAS A NEAT IDEA ! MY PARENTS & I WERE SO HAPPY &

SATISFIED W/ HIS FINISHED WORK !

THESE ARE THE MOST VIVID MEMORIES I HAVE OF YOU MANONG.

IN CLOSING, I WOULD LIKE TO OFFER A PRAYER....DEAR GOD, HAVE MERCY ON THE SOUL OF AMBROCIO LAURICIO. FORGIVE HIM HIS SINS & WE ASK YOU TO BRING HIM INTO A PLACE OF EVERLASTING JOY, LIGHT, PEACE, & REST IN HEAVEN, AMONG THE ANGELS & SAINTS, & INTO YOUR LOVING ARMS. AMEN.

Chelsea Lauricio

September 7, 2020

Grandpa was the most chill person anyone could have ever met. There are so many memories with him that it’s hard to choose just one to tell. Waking up to him playing “Pamulinawen” on the ukulele and humming to the song, or him asking me to play the guitar with him, or asking me to make pancakes in the morning because they were his favorite (and only) thing that I’d cook. It’s still hard not seeing him around and hearing his oxygen machine roaring throughout the house and grandma getting mad at him because she would always trip on his oxygen line walking from the living room to the kitchen. Reminiscing on old pictures really help, but we knew it was his time to go and he knew it too. Gone, but definitely never forgotten.

As grandpa would say: “don’t worry, be happy”

R.I.P. grandpa. We miss you.

Emily Melendez

September 6, 2020

You will always be missed, Ambrocio. I know we never met in person, but we would always talk on the phone when Junior would be on the phone with me. 🥺 Your jokes were hilarious. We would speak in Spanish to each other through the phone. I was shocked on how fluent you said Spanish words haha… although I didn’t get to meet you in person. I would always go out to bring you stuff, like Taco Bell. No matter what, I would always try and buy you snacks. You’ll forever be missed. I just wish I got to meet you. You were so kind hearted and now you are no longer suffering.
Fly high.🕊

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