Abrillo Dalida affectionately known as "Del", age 67, resident of Royal Palm Beach, Florida, passed away on Friday, July 24, 2020.
Dels’ family remembers him as a simple, kind, sweet, hardworking, corny, and loving man. His wife describes him as a good and loving husband. His children said that he had a witty and positive sense of humor, had an eye for absolute efficiency, and is resourceful – a man who could make something from anything. They would describe him as a dad who genuinely cared about what made his children happy, made quirky jokes about everything, and had an easy going approach to life. His coworkers described him as a “sweet soul” and, when he left former employers, he would sometimes receive calls from former coworkers to tell him that he was missed.
Del valued and loved his family. He would call and chat with his siblings every day or work tirelessly to provide the best life for his wife and kids. Del was the kind of person who made sure you had food before you woke up or fresh pressed clothes before going to work.
Del loved to watch TFC shows like “Probinciano” or “Love thy Woman”, Western movies, or karate-action movies on his days off. If not watching movies, he would be listening to a romantic OP love song playlist on Youtube or, if he was in a really special mood, listen to Bruno Mars or Lady Gaga.
Del had a flair for color and enjoyed food. Del loved to eat! His favorite meal is rice, tocino spam, and eggs; if he’s not eating at home, you could find him at any buffet or Pho restaurant. Though not obvious through his everyday choice of clothing, Del loved color! For special occasions he would choose polos or shoes that would have bright colored accents like orange or purple.
Del was a man who treasured and fostered his connection with his Faith. He had a deep love and commitment to his relationship with Jesus; you would find him praying every morning seeking guidance or comfort from his Bible or sharing how his Faith has helped him navigate adversity. Del was active in Couples for Christ and his favorite Saint is Padre Pio.
Del is survived and dearly missed by his wife and two children.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted into the care of the Lakeside Funeral Home & Cremation Care Family, "Where Every Life is Cherished & Every Family is Treasured"
ADDRESS: 11347 OKEECHOBEE BLVD, ROYAL PALM BEACH, FL. 33411
Kindly note that all attendees must wear a mask or other form of facial covering. Social distancing will be highly enforced.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.lakesidefuneralcare.com for the Dalida family.