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Demaine Funeral Home

5308 Backlick Road, Springfield, VA

OBITUARY

Orlando Tomas Mayorga Mercado

March 8, 1954January 11, 2020
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In lieu of flowers, my family kindly asks if you could please consider memorial donations to the National Kidney Foundation at: https://www.kidney.org.

  • FAMILY

  • Wife: Ana Molina-Mayorga
    Son: Orlando V. Mayorga Molina
    Father-In-Law: Benito Molina
    Brother-In-Law: Benjamin Villalpando
    Siblings:
    Illeana S. Mayorga
    Sergio J. Mayorga
    Gloria H. Mallorca-Kramer
    Sister-In-Law: Margaret Rau
    Nieces:
    Margarita Mayorga-Gonzalez
    Maura M. Mayorga-Rau
    Nephew: A.J. Hall
    Cousins:
    Dr. Oney Zuniga-Quintero
    Dr. Donna Gievers-Zuniga
    Heylicken Zuniga-Quintero
    Mirta Mayorga Salinas & Family
    Carmen Lorena Centeno
    Albonrnoz & Family

Services

  • Visitation Friday, January 24, 2020
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, January 25, 2020
  • Graveside Service Saturday, January 25, 2020

Memories

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Marco Zurita

January 24, 2020

Ana and Orlando
May you find peace in this time of sorrow. May Christ, the Resurrection and the life, send comfort to your heart.
With deepest sympathy
The Zurita’s family

Noel Delgadillo

January 24, 2020

Mi hermano del alma, Orlando Tomás, doy gracias a Dios por haberte puesto en mi camino y haber tenido la dicha de conocerte desde nuestra infancia. Algunos pueden decir que tengo memoria selectiva, pero la verdad es que no recuerdo un momento desagradable en nuestra amistad. Siempre te admiré por ser un hombre de bien, de buenas palabras siempre; de palabras de ánimo, de encomio, de alegría y un sentido de humor siempre saludable. Cuando meditaba en las Bienaventuranzas, una de ellas dice: Bienaventurados los hombres de corazón puro, pues ellos verán a Dios. Estoy seguro que estas palabras se han hecho realidad en vos. Dios cuidará de Ana y Orlando Vicente!

Gabriela Berton

January 24, 2020

Querida Anita,

Mi mas sentido pésame. Lo siento muchísimo y espero poder darte un abrazo pronto.

Lillyana Najafzadeh

January 21, 2020

Estimada Ana y familia,

Reciban nuestras condolencias por su reciente pérdida. Aunque los conocí cuando su esposo estaba grave en el hospital, he podido darme cuenta del ser tan especial que fue su esposo a través de su vida... seguiremos rezando por su alma y por la conformidad de usted y su familia a través de esa fe firme e inagotable que han demostrado. Ya tienen un ángel en el cielo, órenle a él también para que los guíe.
Bendiciones y un fuerte abrazo,
Lillyana Najafzadeh y familia,

Ileana Mayorga

January 20, 2020

I am writing on behalf of Olga M White, our mamaquita
Orlandito, I received you in my arms on the day you were born, March 8, 1954, your aunt Haydeé gave you to me. The doctor and your aunt, she was director of nursing, were helping your mom. I was in awe at seeing you so tiny and holding my finger so tightly and with such strength, I loved you from that moment on. I was a teenager visiting my aunt Amandita and my uncle Orlando. As you grew up you called me mama!! You would see me coming and you would run to great me calling me mama! I was so proud at seeing you grow up and so intelligent. I still remember when I would pick you up and take to the ice cream parlor to have a ladrillo or to the neighborhood restaurant to have a snack. One day you asked me “who gives us this bread? I said God, our father in heaven. We have a father, you said, Yes I, replied. You looked puzzled and continued seriously”he is your father? Yes. He is their father, too?Yes. Where is he? Up above in heaven!, said I. So you look up and said Thank you, father…you were 4 years old!! It defined your character and I knew the man you would become.: Helping all those in need and teaching those that needed to improve their life. But nothing surpassed your gratitude to God!! You were an excellent son, taking care of your mom and dad…A fantastic brother, a great husband and a loving father. God gave you a great gift: Orlandito Vicente! So my son, I have to say good bye to you but always remember that I loved you since the moment you were in my arms!
Your mama, Olga M White

Patricia Gensheimer

January 18, 2020

Querida Ana:
Nuestro mas sentido pesame por la partida de Orlando padre.
Estamos contigo y Orlandito en oracion desde España.
Siempre le recordaremos,
Te queremos mucho Ana, tuyos,
Santi y Patricia Gensheimer

patricia gensheimer

January 18, 2020

Querida Ana y Orlandito:
Nuestro mas sentido pesame por la partida de Orlando padre.
Quiero que sepas cuanto lo sentimos.
Estamos orando a Dios por fortaleza y mucha paz para ti, tu hijo y los hermanos de Orlando.
Estamos contigo en oracion y en espiritu.
Te queremos mucho Ana, desde España
Patricia y Santiago

Nanette Baez

January 18, 2020

Mi querida Ana y familia,

Lo siento mucho. Un abrazo lleno de fortaleza y oración. Descansa en paz Orlando. 🌹

Marisa Incer

January 17, 2020

Fue sorpresa para mi cuando llame a Orlando para platicar y desearle felices fiestas el que me informaran que habia fallecido la noche antes.
Fue un gran amigo de la familia especialmente de mi esposo Roberto Incer que pasaban horas platicando y arreglando el mundo segun ellos. Que Dios te genga en tu reino.
Marisa Incer

Daniela Melendez

January 17, 2020

Anita, mi más sentido pésame. Que su esposito ya goce de la plenitud eterna y que Dios, que es rico en Misericordia, traiga paz a su corazón y el de su familia. Un fuerte abrazo Anita, cuente con mis oraciones. Dani

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Biography

Orlando Tomas Mayorga Mercado was born on March 8, 1954 in Managua, Nicaragua. He graduated in 1970 from his high school – Instituto Pedagogico La Salle of Managua. At the age of 16, Orlando came to the United States to study at Georgetown University for English. Afterwards, he went to Louisiana State University and later returned to Washington, D.C. to graduate from Catholic University of America with a degree in Economics.  Following the 1979 Nicaraguan Revolution, Orlando and his family moved permanently to the United States and began a new life here in the D.C. area. As a family man, Orlando always took care of his family with significant care, love, and attention. In 1996, Orlando married Ana Molina-Mayorga and in 1997, his son Orlando Mayorga Molina was born.