Dolores Anne Lyons Cervi Deamer

Dolores Anne Lyons Cervi Deamer was born December 19, 1944. Her ascent to eternal light was completed on February 22, 2017. Dolores, Dede, Dee, Mom,” Middle Eastern Pocket Bread”, was welcomed into Heaven by her dad Myles, mom Mary Dolores, brother Tom Lyons, and a ton of relatives and friends who were waiting to start the party.

Family and friends meant everything to Dolores. Her belief was every single person mattered. She was gracious with her time. She always had a small gift, a smile, a hug, a kiss, wise advice and comforting words for whomever she crossed paths.

Left to carry on Dolores’ legacy is her loving husband, Bob Deamer, along with her son, Robert Cervi, his wife, Carolann Cervi, her granddaughters, Kayla and Kira Cervi, her daughter, Tamara Cervi, and her Shopping Angel. Dolores was the third of twelve siblings: Kathleen Guthrie, Martha Hensley, Mary Christine Drolet, Elizabeth Westerbeck, Eleanor MacTavish, Veronica Voegler, Roselyn Robbins, Colleen Bucklin, Laura Lyons, Myles Lyons, Jr. Her very best friend from kindergarten, Laurita Leiberton, was always her partner in crime and forever sister. A tremendous number of Aunts, Uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews are remembering her with love and great stories.

Dolores’ passion for giving included Samaritan House of Virginia Beach, St. Joseph’s Indian School in South Dakota, Catholic Charities, and Union Mission. Collecting dolls, miniatures, travel, writing poetry, and music were among the most favorite interests she had. She spent many years researching our family genealogy that culminated in a joyous reunion with our Clinch family in County Cavan, Ireland.

Most importantly, Dolores set an example of being a giving person to others and was inclusive of the friends she had and made them family.

Pending arrangements.


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