El Cajon Mortuary and Cremation Service

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Elizabeth Ann Delgado

May 2, 1954November 4, 2019
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Elizabeth Ann Delgado, Born 2 May 1954 in Phoenix, Arizona as Elizabeth Ann Ramos to Francisco and Maria Christina Ramos. She entered into Heaven on 4 November 2019 at age 65 as a resident of Santee, California.

Elizabeth was born in Phoenix to Francisco and Maria Christina Ramos. She attended Agua Fria High School, and after graduation she became a truck driver, then joined the U.S. Navy. She was stationed at NAS Whiting Fields in Milton, Florida. While serving in the Navy she met and married her husband Gary Delgado. While in Florida she gave birth to her two sons Fernando, and Carlos. Elizabeth Delgado spent 3 years as a Deputy for the Escambia County Sheriff’s Department in Florida. Then, she spent 3 years as a Correctional Deputy for the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department in Arizona. She then moved to San Diego County, joined the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, and gave birth to her daughter Sarah. She spent 20 years as a Correctional and Transportation Deputy where she achieved the rank of Corporal and retired.

Elizabeth is survived by her husband Gary Delgado, sons Fernando and Carlos, her daughter Sarah, and her grandchildren Fernando Jr. and Artesia.

Please come dressed in your brightest colors as we celebrate her life!


  • Celebration Of Life Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • Reception Thursday, November 14, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, November 15, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, November 15, 2019


Elizabeth Ann Delgado

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Rose Chavez

November 15, 2019

Libby 🙏😢🦋, I will never forget you and as far as I am concerned you are still with us every Day of our life’s 🦋 RIP till we meet again in Heaven🦋 I love this picture of you dancing with your son 🙏 and my son in law Ferni when he was I guess 10 years old❤️

John Barrios

November 14, 2019

I worked with Liz twice in my career....LCDF & Trans where she was my TO. It was great riding with her learning while watching her personality come out towards questionable drivers. One of the highlights of my career.

May the family find peace in their loss knowing how positively Liz affected so many people.

Jane Sease

November 12, 2019

This was a happy day. In 1988, Libby and I graduated from the 3rd Sheriff's Correctional Academy.

Isabel Cabrera

November 9, 2019

I am so sorry to hear of Libby's death, my condolences to her sister Sarah and all her family. Libby and I went to Agua Fria High School together and Glendale Community College. I met my husband Roy when Libby and I were out there partying and going to dances all over the place. I lost contact of her when I got married and she moved out of state. She could always make me laugh, with all her jokes. She will truly be missed.

Isabel Cruz Cabrera

Margarita Misquez Cortez

November 9, 2019

My Tia Libby was a very important person in my life growing up. She was always there for me when I needed her. I love talking and making my Tia Libby laugh. Tia you will be missed I love you RIP Tia.

Margarita Misquez Cortez

Larry Thomas

November 6, 2019