• Victor Delgado

    Birth: September 6, 1946 | Died: September 25, 2023

    Funeral Service Details

    Tuesday, October 3, 2023
    6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
    Wednesday, October 4, 2023
    10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Hilgenfeld Mortuary Chapel
    Anaheim, California

    Graveside Service
    Wednesday, October 4, 2023
    1:30 p.m.
    Holy Cross Cemetery
    Culver City, California

    Victor was a kind man and very gentle. He really liked people and got along with just about everybody. He never had a much of a life you might think but he lived his life in a very clean and honest manner. He was very trusting and he would talk your ear off if he had the chance. Yes, he was special to each one of us in some unique way. We all had a different relationship with Victor and we each knew him in different ways. He was my closest brother when I was growing up and I followed him around and I think he didn’t like that. We were in the boy scouts together and he would be with his older buddies and I would be with mine. He never got into trouble or anything like that and he kept to himself later in life. Jobs weren’t easy for him to find but he eventually landed a job with one of the school districts and worked as a kitchen aid. I don’t know how long he worked there but he would drive to work every day.. When our mom retired so did Vic, he was there for her to drive her where she wanted to go. It was sort of like the movie, Driving Miss Daisy. If she needed to go grocery shopping he was there, if it was to the doctor he would take her there. She didn’t drive and he could. A great match for them both. As the years went on he had to care for her even more. He did the shopping and taking care of the house and the cooking. He was very good at taking care of her and making sure she was comfortable. When my mom passed away and I saw the look on Vic’s face I knew he had lost his best friend. He loved her the most and he missed her. Vic never married and of course he had no children. He went to church for a while and spent a lot of time driving his Volkswagen around. I think Vic would like to be remembered like that, happy driving his car from place to place and enjoying his freedom. He has that now in heaven. Vic leaves behind a sister, Carol, brothers Dwain and Phil.

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