Lynette Marie Dulcich
December 13, 1950 – June 8, 2018
Lynette Marie Dulcich December 13, 1950 - June 8, 2018
Lynette Dulcich was born December 13, 1950 to parents D.D. Daffern and Marie Daffern in Delano, California. She peascefully passed away June 8, 2018 at Bakersfield Memorial Hospital in Bakersfield, California. She is Survived by her motther Marie Daffern; siblngs, Dena and her husband Michael McAbee; Barry Daffern; her two sons, John and Matt Dulcich; Daughter-in-law Crisitna Dulcich; grandchildren; Tia, Tara, and Matt Jr., and her beloved husband Jack Dulcich of 46 years.
Lynette attended Del Vista Elementary School, Cecil Junior High School, and graduated from Delano High School in 1969. She graduated from Lyles Beauty School. She worked at Scrupples which was located on Maint Street in Delano, California, where she loved to cut and style hair for her customers. She will be forever missed.
Her Family wishes to thank Dr. Laughlin and the staff at Bakersfield Memorial Hospital for her care.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.delanomortuary.com for the Dulcich family. Services entrusted to Delano Mortuary, a Dignity Memorial Provider.
- Andrew Pandol
- George Zaninovich
- Nick Buratovich
- Peter Dulcich
- Al Zaninovich
- Nick Zaninovich
- Mike Dimassa
- Rosary Thursday, June 21, 2018
- Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, June 21, 2018
- Committal Service Thursday, June 21, 2018
Lynette Marie Dulcich
Dawn & Anthony Leonis
June 16, 2018
My son & I became neighbors to the Dulcich family 12 years ago. It wasn’t long after that , Lynette drove by while I was out watering & made some “off the wall “ neighborly hello”, and it was then that I knew this was going to become a one of a kind friendship. And how true those words became. Lynettes stubbornness, quirkiness, quick wit, alongside her story telling of childhood memories ( good & some not so good) and zest for life kept me coming back for more! We shared everything. She welcomed my highs & lows & gave advice freely!! I’ve been by her side through ALL of her health issues & did everything I could to make her laugh & cope with things she wasn’t happy with. We had coffee EVERY morning before I’d leave for work & complained every morning about how fast our time together would pass before I had to leave. But we both knew 5pm would come & we could always pick up where the morning ended. And we did. There is NO ONE on this earth that could EVER replace or fill the hole in my heart since her passing. I don’t know “HOW TO LIFE” without my best dearest friend. I promise to take care of Jack & I’ll make sure he puts the water hose away & closes the side gate!!! Until we meet again my best friend, I love & miss us deeply. Dawn
June 16, 2018
There is never the right words to say when someone close passes away. I will continue to keep Lynette's husband jack and her two boys matt and John in my prayers as well as the rest of the family for their loss. Lynette will never be forgotten and her memories will live on forever.I will miss her beyond what words can even say. It just shows that we never know when the last time we see or talk to someone before God decides to take us back home. She was , a sister, a mother , a daughter , a wife and a friend. Rest in peace , it's never goodbye ...it's " I'll see you later " .
June 13, 2018
Jake and son's
Lynette was a special friend in my heart, we didn't stay in touch but we knew our friendship was strong! R I P buddy I will always carry you in my💓 you left a dint in my heart. Marie and Dana my heart is with you.One special Lady!