Carmen Delgado

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Carmen Delgado passed away at 81 years of age on Oct. 2, 2012. Born April 8, 1931, Carmen enjoyed life and was also a very strong willed person that never gave up. She loved music, dancing and most of all gatherings and outings with her family.

She was born in Morenci, AZ to Neponeceno and Estefana Ornelas. She was one of eight children including both brothers and sisters. She is survived by two brothers Cipriano Frasquillo, (Clifton, AZ), and Lorenzo Frasquillo, (Tucson, AZ).

Carmen is also survived by 10 of her 13 children: Lena Lester of Tucson, AZ, Teresa Borg, (Ben) of New Mexico, Rudy Burrola, (Sue) of Mammoth, AZ, Vera Burrola, of Mammoth, AZ, Martin Burrola, (Evelyn) of Safford, AZ, Peter Burrola, (Gloria) of Mammoth, AZ, Veronica Burrola (Casillas) of Mammoth, AZ, David Burrola, (Guadalupe) of Tucson, AZ, Marcos Burrola of Tucson, AZ, and Frank Delgado, (Jackie) ofMammoth, AZ.

Carmen has 28 grandchildren, 46 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.

Carmen was preceded in death by her husband, Richard R. Delgado.

Family was assisted by Bulman-Griffith Mortuary, Kearny, AZ.

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