OBITUARY

Fidela Lindayen Imperial

July 15, 1948March 13, 2021
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A cherished Mom will surely be missed!

FIDELA LINDAYEN IMPERIAL left us at age 72.

A few months from now she will celebrate her earthly birth, but she was taken by hemorrhagic stroke resulting in persistent vegetative state coma at six-thirty in the morning on March 13, 2021, in Seattle, Washington. She was survived by 2 sons Zandrix Tello, who is married to Agnes Baquiran and Xerxes Tello, married to Kristen Montemayor, and grandchildren: Cedrix, John Vincent, Zyryx, Cyril Kyle, Kirsten Kaye, and Ken.

“Mommy Deding” as everyone fondly calls her, is gifted with charming features. Her kindly eyes and beautiful souls set a fire by her love for God and family. Renowned for good looks and intellectual pursuits, all her kindness to others made an impression on our minds and hearts. Back then in the Philippines, when her sons were still young, and amidst a life without privilege that typically came with material possessions, she proudly showed them the finer things in life.

An excellent Mom who is more valuable than a diamond. No one can measure how hard she works for her children; she raised her sons up patiently with pride and joy. She looks to her family as a treasure and steadfastly cares, her love expands not just to her family members but also to others whom she considers as extended family.

She shows her love to everyone even in the simplest everyday things. She is Magnificent!

A Funeral Service and Visitation is scheduled on Friday, April 09, 2021, at Greenwood Memorial Park in Renton, Washington.

Fidela's remains will be flown back to the Philippines for a funeral masss and interment at a later date.

We would like to extend our utmost gratitude to Chi Franciscan Heath – (St Anne Hospital) staff, A-Z Adult Family Home staff, Len Zafra Macam-Arias, friends, and families.

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, April 9, 2021

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Francisco Sobrevega

April 9, 2021

My condolences to the family.
That beautiful welcoming face, I can never foget of her. The first and the last time I met the woman, an impression of kindness never left in my memory. Zandrix, her first born and one of my best friend brought me to know her mom more than a decade ago but still her kind smile lingers in my imagination when the name Fidela Tello is mentioned. Mommy, as his two sons called her, you will always be remembered and in my prayers. May you rest in peace at home with our Creator. Death is never an end but a beginning of a new and everlasting life with the Lord.

Alfredo Antolin

March 19, 2021

Dear Auntie Diding, you are one of a kind, and you are the inspiration to many in our family. I always admired from afar your industrious way, having a catering business to a small store anything that would keep you busy, and always taking care of families…I am really blessed to have gotten to know you more, always appreciate your kindness, smiles and always being part of our family, we will miss you so much Auntie, we love you, rest now and you're in a happier place… to Zandrix and Xerxes thank you for sharing your wonderful mother to us all, no matter how far apart we all live and can’t personally say our goodbye to Auntie Diding, please always remember we have you in our prayers, God bless you both and your respective families…

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