Dolores Maxine Bacon, 90, of Apopka, died Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at her home. She was born April 11, 1927 in Hopkinton, Iowa, to the late Lawrence and Opal Fielder. On July 18, 1943, she was united in marriage to Don Samuel Bacon in Hopkinton, Iowa. In June of 1975, they moved to Ocoee, Florida where they lived until he died in 1979. She then lived in Orlando until 2009 when she moved in with her daughter, Marsha, and son-in-law Bob, for her remaining years. Dolores’ granddaughter, Tara, took care of her Monday through Friday for 11 years, up until her death.
Dolores loved singing, telling stories, tongue twisters and most of all being with her family, which brought her much joy!
She is survived by three children, Sam Bacon (Rosemary), Steve Bacon (Debbie), and Marsha Roach (Bob); daughter-in-law Linda (wife of Larry); nine grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren and three great great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Larry and five siblings.
Peace be with you....Jan and Atha
Janet YoungTampa, FL
She was a sweet lovely lady. May God bless her eternal life & bring peace to the family through fond memories. Love Vera & Terri 🙏🏻😇😘❌⭕️❤️
Vera & TerriOrlando, FL
You are in our thoughts and prayers. She will be reunited with Mom and the rest of the family. Sad to read this on facebook. Sending love,
Dave and Dana Meyers
Dave & Dana MeyersOelwein, IA
I just wanted to say I loved working with you, as you did every exercise or walked when I asked. You always tried so hard, even on your rough days. I am going to miss you and heaven has another angel. My thoughts and prayers for your family.
Love you Grandma Bacon. Rest in peace.
Kim Richardson JohnstonSpringville, IA
Grandma, I haven't been the grandson that you deserved. I should of found more time to spend with you in these past several years. I have never stopped loving you but now you get to be with grandpa again and your son, my father. May God give you all the love and pain free spirit you could ever know.I love you always, and forever will you be in my heart and prayers. God bless you grandma. I will see you again one day.
Sincerely, your first!
Scott BaconSan Antonio, TX