Mary Chacon-Dominguez

December 27, 1926August 8, 2018

Mary Lee Chacon Dominquez - Born December 27,1926 - Died August 8,2018 in Roseville CA. She was 91 years old. Mary lived most of her adult life in Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe.

Mary Lee was born in Cuba, New Mexico. Her parents were Charles Henry Lee and Rumalda Aragon. Mary was the oldest of 6 children, Mary, Joe, Henry, Suzy, Bobby and Matilda (Deceased at 3 months). She married Alfonso Chacon at the age of 19. She had 10 children. She was widowed at 54. She remarried Domingo Gonzales at the age of 56.

Mary is survived by 8 of her children, Bill Chacon, Charlotte Chacon, Martha Lough, Fred Chacon, Beatrice Clover, Connie Hegseth, Tony Chacon and Becky Chacon. Two of her children preceded her in death, Pauline McDonald and Nora Tarrance. Mary has 31 grandchildren, 45 great grandchildren, and 19 great, great grandchildren.


  • Darin Steenburgen
  • Shane Chacon
  • Bryan McDonald
  • Christopher Hegseth
  • Josh Chacon
  • Jason Clover


17 August

Funeral Service

12:00 pm

Chapel of the Pines

2855 Cold Springs Road
Placerville, California 95667

17 August


2:30 pm

St. Patrick Catholic Cemetery

895 Green Street
Placerville, California


Mary Chacon-Dominguez

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Martha Lough

August 15, 2018

Dear Mom, i miss you already! Thank you for raising us the best way you knew with what little we had. You taught us to be thankful for whatever we had. Always after eating, when we would tell you we were full, you would always say "Thanks be to God". You showed us the way to Jesus just by being you. You never complained or said anything bad about anyone. You put up with so much from all of us! I will forever be grateful to you mom. I love you to the Moon and back. You deserve to be right where you are and I can't wait to see you again! Please visit me in my dreams. I Love you mom, your Meja, Martha

Charlotte Chacon

August 15, 2018

Mom. I miss you so much! The memory I hold so close to my heart is when I asked you to forgive me for being such a trouble maker in my early teens and you just looked at me with a big smile and said " meja (My little girl)I just prayed for you everyday" and smiled at me. That was my mom. I love you mom.

Geraldine Ortiz

August 13, 2018

Aunt Mary was such a wonderful special person. She was so good to our mother. I have a lot of good memories of family trips to Lake Tahoe to visit the family when we were young. I would like to thank the family for bringing Aunt Mary to visit our parents it brought so much happiness to them. Two Angels watching over us.