Delia Chacon, 66, of Andrews passed away on Thursday, January 24, 2019 in Odessa.
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Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life at a memorial service at 10:00 AM Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at La Nueva Jerusalem Church, 2535 NW Mustang Drive, in Andrews with Pastor Isai Garcia officiating. Inurnment of cremains will follow in the Andrews North Cemetery. No visitation or viewing will be held. Cremation and services are under the personal care of McNett Funeral Home. Please celebrate her life by visiting www.mcnettfuneralhome.com.
Delia was born on November 11, 1952 in Roswell, New Mexico to Lino Chacon, Sr. and Sue Salgado Chacon. She was raised and attended school in Dexter, New Mexico. She had lived in Pecos, where she worked for her grandfather on his farm, and then moved to Andrews in 1975. She had worked for Kirby West as Quality Control Manager and retired after 35 years in November 2018. She enjoyed spending time with all of her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She went to all of their sporting events and was there #1 fan. She will always be known as “Mamo” to all of them. She enjoyed listening to music, spending time with friends, and was a dedicated Dallas Cowboy fan. She was a past member of the Moose Lodge and Primera Iglesia Bautista Church in Andrews. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Filomeno and Eleuteria Chacon and Manuel and Natividad Salgado, father, Lino Chacon, Sr., and 2 sisters, Elva Lara and Lusmilla Gallegos.
Delia is survived by her 2 children, Cindy Lopez and husband, Adolfo, of Andrews and Christy Hernandez and husband, Savino, of Andrews; mother, Sue Chacon of El Paso; 3 siblings, Elida Cervantes and husband, Rey, of El Paso, Olga Chacon of San Antonio, and Lino Chacon, Jr. and wife, Mary, of Henderson; 6 grandchildren, Marcos Salinas, Timothy Lopez, Jacoby Hernandez, Makaylee Lopez, Aubree Hernandez, and Andrew Lopez; and 6 great grandchildren, Jaylynn Salinas, Vae Alaniz, Braeson Salinas, Kylon Acosta, and Noah D’Angelo.
Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org.