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Information for Amalia Torres DeLaRosa
11 July, 1926 10 December, 1995
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
13 December, 1995
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo


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Amalia DeLaRosa

     Amalia T. DelaRosa, 69, of Homedale, died Sunday, December 10, 1995, at a Caldwell hospital. A Vigil Service will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, December 14, 1995, at Dakan Funeral Chapel, Caldwell.  A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Friday, December 15, 1995, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Caldwell, Fr. Enrique Terriquez presiding.  Burial will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.
     Amalia was born July 11, 1926, at London, Texas, a daughter of Jesus Trejo Torres and Calletana Nieto Torres. At the age of 17, she met and married Julio DeLaRosa in Bay City, Michigan. They came to live in Homedale in 1951, which they made their home. Amalia was a devoted wife and mother to her husband and children. She enjoyed cooking for her family, especially during the holiday seasons. She also enjoyed being with her grandchildren and taking care of them. She loved them all so dearly. Her hobbies were sewing, crocheting and knitting. We all loved her and each and every one will miss her very much.
      She is survived by her husband, Julio DeLaRosa of Homedale; six daughters and four sons-in-law, eleven grandchildren, which are: Olga DelaRosa and Juana Torres, both of Homedale, Guadalupe Pena, and husband David, and children, David Hans, Davin, and Ashley Pena, of Caldwell, Cecilia Vasquez, and husband Joseph, and children, Michael and Abel Vasquez of Nampa, lrma Mendoza and her companion Jose Saldivar Jr., and children, Bryan Mendoza, Kevin and Ruby Saldivar of Homedale, Martha Fuentes, and husband, Ruben, and children, Ruben Jr., Calletana and Andrea Fuentes, of Homedale; three sons and two daughters-in-law, and ten  grandchildren, Johnny DelaRosa and wife Velma, and children, Johnny Jr., Michelle and Priscilla DelaRosa of Arizona, Julius DeLaRosa Jr,, of Oregon and daughter Rosalba DeLaRosa of Caldwell, Jesus DeLaRosa and wife, Janie, and children, Jessica of Arizona, Jesus Jr., Veronica, Eric, Lisa and Christina DeLaRosa of Caldwell; three sisters, Mrs. Alexandra Teran of Arizona, Mrs. Maria Camarillo of lndiana, and Mrs. Domatilla Bernal of Texas; three brothers, Pedro, lgnacio and Juan Torres, all of Arizona; several nephews and nieces and eight great-grandchildren.
     Preceded in death by her parents; two brothers, Juan and Miguel Torres; a special aunt, Petra T, Maldonado of California.
     This was her favorite prayer that she would recite before she went to sleep every night.
   El Padre Nuestro
   Que Estas En Los Cielos
   Santificado Sea Tu Nombre
   Vega Tu Reino, Hagase Tu Volunta
   A Si En La Tierra, Como En Cielo
   Danos Hoy Nuestro Pan de Cada Dia
   Perdona  uestras Ofensas
   Como Tambien Nosotros Perdonamos A Los Que Nos Offendan
   No Los Dejas Cair En Tentatacion
   Y Libranos de Mal.
   Amen
 



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