Delia Vega Lugo

June 07, 1931 – November 01, 2020

Obituaries For Delia Vega Lugo

Mrs. Delia Vega Lugo, age 89, of Douglasville, Georgia passed away Sunday, November 1, 2020. She was born June 7, 1931 in Isabela, Puerto Rico, the daughter of the late Mr. Ramon Vega and the late Mrs. Ana Vega. Mrs. Lugo worked in home health care as a CNA for several years and more recently was a homemaker. She loved cooking, was a very talented artist, enjoyed spending time creating ceramics and sewing. Mrs. Lugo was a very spiritual lady and loved her Catholic faith. She was a member of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Catholic Church in Douglasville.
In addition to her parents, Mrs. Lugo was preceded in death by her husband, Pablo DelCarmen Lugo; her brothers, Monse Constinto and Raul Vega; and her sisters, Marriana Vega, Augstin Vega and Gloria Vega.
She is survived by her son, Pablo Lugo of Douglasville; and her nieces and nephew, Roberto Constinto, Ilena Vega, Lorraima Vega and Rosa Margarita Vega.
In accordance with Mrs. Lugo’s wishes, she will be cremated. No services are planned at this time.
Messages of condolence may be sent to the family at www.jones-wynn.com. Jones-Wynn Funeral Home of Douglasville is in charge of the arrangements. 770-942-2311

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I met Dee in November 1995 when I purchased my home across the street from Dee. Dee brought me a plant to welcome me to the neighborhood, and it was instant friendship for many years to come. Dee was an expert gardener, doing the majority of landscaping in her own yard. Dee would spend hours upon hours working on her immaculate yard from sunup to sundown. Dee provided her landscaping advice to me and other neighbors as well, which was much appreciated by all. Many times, Dee invited me and other neighbors over for delicious dinners or just to drink wine. Dee was also an avid animal lover and assisted me several times in rescuing stray dogs, especially one I found in Fulton County that I named “Gracie,” who was literally starving to death, who I nursed back to health. I still have a chihuahua named “Chiquita” who Dee rescued, but could not keep. I considered Dee as one of my closest friends, and I cannot tell you how much I will miss her.
– Kathy Givens

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