Dolores Tober Romero
October 4, 1940 – July 23, 2020
Dolores Romero, 79, of Delano, California, passed away on July 23, 2020.
Dolores was born in Kauffman, Texas, to Enrique and Elisa Tober, on October 4, 1940. She married Esteban on July 9, 1983, in Sanger, California, and had 6 beautiful children, who were the most important part of her life.
She was a devoted wife and mother, who loved adventure. She enjoyed the beach, especially Morro Bay. She loved tending to her flowers, plants, birds, and chickens. She had a deep love for the color lavender and anything purple. She gained so much joy from playing bingo and loteria at the community center and socializing at the commodities. She especially enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She loved her family more than anything. She will be deeply missed by her friends, family, and all who knew her best.
She is preceded in death by her father, Enrique aka Chico, mother, Elisa, sister, Concepcion, and brothers, Luciano and Joe.
Dolores is survived by her husband, Esteban, her six children, Justo married to Donna, Enedina married to Mauricio, Fabian married to Danies, Delfina married to Oliver, Elisa married to Miguel, Esteban Jr., 24 grandchildren and 46 great-grandchildren.
A viewing will be held on August 10th, at 12:00 pm, at Delano Mortury, at 707 Browning Road, Delano, CA. 93215. The burial service will be held on August 11th, at 10:00 am, at North Kern District Cemetery at 627 Austin Street, Delano, CA. 93215.
Flowers and condolences may be offered at 1518 Almond Tree Way, Delano, California, 93215.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.delanomortuary.com for the Romero family. Services entrusted to Delano Mortuary, a Dignity Memorial provider.
- Esteban Romero, Husband
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Dolores Tober Romero
August 7, 2020
Dolores we love you and will be greatly missed by all. I will NEVER forget when we got out of church we wld go eat Carl’s Jr. and you would order your famous Star until one day u had a bad burger and never went back again lol Every other Sunday we wld go grocery shopping in Bakersfield and u wld make big Stevie push the cart, it looked funny because u were so tiny and he was all following u around like a little kid with the cart lol awww man how can I forget!!! When we would go to the 99 Cents store and you wld Buy your candy to sell to the kids in the neighborhood, we would always try to get you to buy the candies that we liked but u knew what we were doing and you wld tell big Stevie to put it back lol
You took a big part of me with you. I love u so very much and am so great full to hve shared memories with u and thank u lord for the years that he kept u here with us . You help me Raise little Stevie, You were such a awesome grandma to him and you were always so good to me. Am broken inside, I won’t be getting those random calls from u anymore but I know your with us. Am great full to have got to see you before leaving us all. You are no longer suffering or in pain. I will forever carry You in my heart and as long as I live I will keep your memory alive. We love you Very much, may you Rest In Peace🙏🏼💜
August 3, 2020
I remember when me and grandma used to walk around our neighbor hood and she would always love to pick our neighbors purple flowers I will miss her very much I’m glad
She is no longer suffering