Dolores Lucero

Dolores Lucero

November 19, 1929 - January 18, 2018

Dolores Lucero

November 19, 1929 - January 18, 2018


Dolores Lucero, 88, went to be with the Lord on January 18, 2018. Dolores was born in Cleveland, Ohio on November 19th, 1929 and moved to California when she was 16.

Dolores will be remembered for her sense of humor, contagious laugh, hospitality and delicious Italian and Spanish cooking.

She is survived by her two children, Debbie Greene and Ronald Lucero, along with their spouses Larry and Robin as well as her sister Jeri Smead. Dolores was blessed with 5 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. She has been reunited with Sam Lucero, her husband of 51 years.

In lieu of flowers the family greatly appreciates donations to the Alzheimer’s Association in Dolores Lucero’s name.


Funeral Mass

  • Date & Time: January 29, 2018 (12:00 PM)
  • Venue: Holy Trinity Catholic Church
  • Location: 1600 Corporate Drive Ladera Ranch, CA 92694 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (949) 218-3131

Lunch Reception

  • Date & Time: January 29, 2018 (1:30 PM)
  • Venue: Home Of The McLains
  • Location: 27 La Cincha Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 - (Get Directions)

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5 responses to Dolores Lucero

  1. Becky Glaser says:

    Loved her laugh and just being around her. If Aunt Dolores was present she illuminated sunshine. My childhood memories are filled with time spent with her and my mom. They were like teenagers when they were together. You will be missed Aunt Dolores but I am happy you are Home. Heaven will laugh a whole lot more now.?

  2. I’ll carry the memories of my beloved aunt and godmother until we meet again. Dolores loved to laugh and dearly loved her family. Dolores was loyal and had no pretense about her. She was who she was and we all loved her for that. I’ll miss you, dear Aunt but I’m so grateful that you no longer are in pain and discomfort and that you are now where you are meant to be —with Our Lord. My condolences to Debbie, Ron, Jeri and family. May she rest in peace.

  3. I have still have the tape from Christmas her and my mom were laughing so much and when they fell asleep ? boy were they both were snoring up a storm grandmama was laughing so hard she had tears and Debbie was singing with the dog howling those were some great memories i always Loved going to her house i dont Remember her never laughing and telling jokes she was a special aunt love you auntie oh ya she took me to see the rose parade floats they were so beautiful and smelled so good ?

  4. I loved my Auntie Dee with all my heart. No matter how long we were apart we always laughed and enjoyed each other’s company when ever we got together.
    No one could make chili rellanos like my Auntie. Yum ?
    So grateful she now with Our Father and in peace.

  5. Ron Lucero says:

    Always loved.

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