Lorna dela Bajan Beach

January 14, 1964October 7, 2021
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Lorna dela Bajan Beach, 57, of Round Rock, TX, passed away on October 7th, 2021. She was born in Almagro, Western Philippines on January 14th, 1964. She graduated from La Miligrosa Academy in Manila. She attended college in New Mexico, Maryland, and Texas. She was certified as a medical assistant and began studies to become a Registered Nurse when her breast cancer metastasized to her spine and prevented her from continuing her studies. On August 23rd, 2002, Lorna married her husband David Ellsworth Beach. On May 22, 2009 Lorna and David were blessed with the birth of David Macario Beach.

She was a member of First Baptist Church of Pflugerville. Her faith was a driving force in her life, and she loved being involved in worship. She also loved to sing and to do art and crafting projects. Her family and her career as a medical assistant was deeply important to her. She also loved to cook and entertain. She is survived by her beloved husband David; their son David Macario Beach; her father Macario Carbo Dela Bajan, her brothers and sisters: Rolando Onrejas Dela Bajan, Myrna Dela Bajan Palomar, Anatalio Onrejas Dela Bajan, Ma Lina Dela Bajan Pepito; and Nephews and Nieces: Randie Dela Bajan Sr., Felipe Pepito, Rocky Macky Dela Bajan, Diana Rose Ramirez, Riaflor Palomar, Michelle Dela Concepcion, Rina Castillo, Maureen Devora, Rezchelle Umali, Ruthchell Gadit, Ruby Vienna Vidal, Marian Pepito-Almagro, Marjury Pepito.

A visitation for Lorna will be held Thursday, October 14, 2021 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Cook-Walden/Capital Parks Funeral Home, 14501 North Interstate 35, Pflugerville, Texas 78660. A funeral service will occur Friday, October 15, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at First Baptist Church Pflugerville, 306 S. 10th Street, Pflugerville, Texas 78660.

Serving as pallbearers are Brad Goodman, Scott Scharck, Perry Durkee, Matt Lucas, Lee Garcia and Vincent DyCruz.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Beach family.


  • Brad Goodman, Active Pallbearer
  • Scott Scharck, Active Pallbearer
  • Perry Durkee, Active Pallbearer
  • Matt Lucas, Active Pallbearer
  • Lee Garcia, Active Pallbearer
  • Vincent DyCruz, Active Pallbearer


  • Visitation

    Thursday, October 14, 2021


  • Funeral Service

    Friday, October 15, 2021



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Pamel Jhe Colburn

October 15, 2021

Hi Auntie Lorna,

It’s me, Pam or you always call me “dang”. Can’t believe you are gone. You are one of the best Aunties in the world. Can’t believe I did not tell you when you were still alive. But in my heart I love you so much. Everytime you call me “my mini me”, I smille and I am touched. I remember the first time I got in Texas, I was sick for days, you took me from San Antonio to Austin (2013). You were driving your sports car and that was the first time I got into. You were so cooler in person not because of that but because your personality. I can express what I want because of you. You were so awesome to talk to. While I was in Austin (2013) for a week, you introduced me to your friends and especially to your family, Uncle Dave and david. They are beautiful family. You guys are wonderful. Also, when I was in Austin (2013), you brought me to the clubs we did club hopping that I had never been or done before in my life (even in the Philippines). You introduced me the best donut in Austin. I just forgot the name but, I love the big one. We did go gym, we did hungout, we went to baby david’s school! I miss those days. It was really nice and epic funs we had! My heart is breaking at this moment while I am typing this message for you, Auntie Lorna. No more words to express my feelings, Auntie Lorna, yet I am always and will always be grateful that I visited you twice.
Around 2016, I had called you when I was in Connecticut that I might be visiting you, and I did. You were so excited and so was I.
You prepared and surprised me with a lot of food in your dining table because you thought I must be hungry by the time I got there. You were so thoughtful I could ever imagine. Good times! Also, I can feel that baby david loves me so much and he always me calling Ate.
Who’s gonna call me “dang” now when you are gone forever? 😢
I miss you Auntie Lorna. But Jesus is with you now. Papa God is with you as well. You are an official angel now. May you rest in peace ❤️

Judi Stacey

October 14, 2021

I am David’s sister so Lorna was my sister too. I will always remember how much she loves the Lord. She had put her trust in Him and was faithful always. We would talk about how the Lord was working in our lives. I never heard her complain, or blame God for her illness. She loved our Mother as much as we did and was always thinking of ways to show her devotion. I will miss her laughter and her loving ways. She will continue living through Little Dave. I thank God for my brother and his devotion to Lorna and her wonderful family. I’m so glad I got a chance to meet several of her family. I know she’s singing with the choir of angels 😇

Rutchel Dela Bajan Gadit

October 14, 2021

Auntie, no words can describe how I feel with you being gone so soon. We may not have talk or bonded that often but deep in my heart I love you so much and I know that you felt the same way too. I have seen all your hardships but what inspired me the most is your positive outlook in life. I’ve seen how you fought and never allow yourself to be defeated. You are a strong woman, loving and kind to all and that’s the only thing what I wanted to remember from you. I feel sad that I can no longer share memories with you but surely I will treasure all the good and happy memories you shared with me. Rest in peace Auntie.

Luke 23:43 - And he said to him, “Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise.”

Rolando Dela Bajan Sr and Family

October 14, 2021

To my dear sister Lorna, our Lord took you from us so soon because we know He doesn’t want you to suffer more. Yes, were are grieving because we lost not only a loving sister but a caring and a good friend to everyone. We wanted to remember not your pain and sufferings but all the happiness you brought upon us. We may all have our differences, but your presence kept us all together as a family. You are selfless and always willing to give a helping hand to those who are in need to the point that it became your weakness and some people took advantage of your kindness. Some may have forgotten all the good things you’ve done to them but never did you forget them and still showed them unconditional love. That is, you. A strong woman with a big heart. You have lost the battle but you have won our hearts. We will truly miss you, the hugs, the laughter and the joy you shared with us. You may be gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. We love you so much until we meet again.

Revelation 21:4 - He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning, nor crying, nor pain anymore, for the former things have passed away.


October 14, 2021

We missed u alot our dear auntie Lorna! Your second big brother missed u so much Papa Talyo Dela Bajan. Way back in 2014 when you and David took vacation here in Philippines, my father Anatalio Dela Bajan and the rest of the family are so excited and happy. Specially when you and David stayed for us in Cebu for a couple days, weeks,serving you're favorite dishes. My father are very glad that his siblings together with Tatay Macring again reunited for how many years waited. We are blessed for having aunt like you though we're not able to expressed it everyday. We are deeply mourned for your loss but we knew that you're already in God's loving arms peacefully. Your always in our hearts the most coolest Aunt ever. Until we meet again Aunt.

-Anatalio Dela Bajan and family

Iyhang Palomar

October 14, 2021

hi everyone Im Iyhang aunt Lorna's niece settled here in the Philippines. In behalf of our family we would like to extend our gratitude to all who truly loves her. Those who truly cared for her. We might not be able to be with her physically during the time she rested to our father but we always been there for her when she started her battle with cancer. All your prayers means so much to us it helped us alot as family to hold on and to fight along with her during her battle. We hope that you continously pray for her and keep her in your heart. We are also asking to keep praying for us to give us strength and hope as we fulfill her last wishes before her last breath. We all know how generous she is to everyone that she wont mind even people takes advantage pf her that kind of heart of her makes her as an inspiration. Once again we are very thankful to all for showing your love to her.

God bless from her family in PH along with Uncle Dave and David.


October 14, 2021

"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." 2 Timothy 4:7
"For to me, to live is Christ, and to die is gain." Philippians 1:21

To God be all the glory, honor and praise!!!
Our Beloved Sister in Christ Lorna will not be forgotten in our hearts for she has touched many lives. Her courage to withstand the threats of her illness has blessed and encouraged many people. Indeed, she has fought the good fight (fighting cancer), she has finished the race (she never gave up until the end), and most importantly, she has truly and sincerely kept the faith In God until her last breath.

Her passing away in this world is indeed a victory, because she is now rejoicing in heaven with our Savior and Lord Jesus who redeemed her.

I will never forget her as my Dearest Sister in Christ who was so loving, generous and willing to sacrifice for the sake of other's welfare. Her strong dedication to serve God more after she was diagnosed with cancer was a great encouragement of a surrendered life to God. Even after chemotherapies, when she was able to manage, she would really attend and not miss our Bible studies and very excited to learn verses from the Word of God,

It is very comforting to remember her last words "I will be seeing Jesus," Her words were great inspiration that even in her death bed, she always remember God.

Truly, she has experienced the goodness and faithfulness of God in spite of so many challenges that she met while undergoing various treatments and medical procedures. God has sustained her and God is always faithful to all her needs.

Her memories will never pass away..... I am always grateful to her.
My deepest sympathy to Dave, David, all family members and relatives.

Tita Bonita Montes (Lorna's Mentor)

Rezchelle Palomar

October 13, 2021

From your Kerikite Island Family we love you Mommy Lorna

Grace and Danilo Dela Cruz

October 13, 2021

It's been a while since we talked personally, yet our memories together remain like they happened yesterday. We saw your growth throughout the years and how you overcome those challenges. Life was not easy but you pushed through and created more precious memories with us.

Thank you for being so kind to our family, you are such a great inspiration to everyone.

To her family, we sincerely express our condolences. She may be gone, but her memories and presence will live.

I wish we could have talked more, even for just a moment. Lorna, rest in peace wherever you are. There will be no more pain and suffering. Continue to guide us from above, I know you will always be there. Until we meet again.

Diana Rose Ramirez

October 12, 2021

Dearest Auntie Lorna,

I know you're in a happy place right now, the kingdom of God. We Always Remembering You and We Love you so much.

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
- Jeremiah 29:11

Thank You so much Auntie Lorna❤️



Lorna and Husband Dave


Lorna with kids


Lorna and husband Dave back in 1996


Lorna recent picture


Lorna with brother Roland, sister Myrna, husband Dave at Texas Oncology for treatment.


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