Delia Rosales Kraemer, 62 of Crestview, passed away Thursday June 10, 2021, unexpectedly with her family at her side. Mrs. Kraemer was born May 18, 1959 in East Bernard, Texas to Benito and Frances Rosales. She moved to Okaloosa County in the 1980’s and has been a longtime resident.
Delia is preceded in death by her father, Benito Rosales. Delia is survived by her Husband, Lawrence Kraemer, her three Daughters, Ashley Borgia, Samantha Zimmermann, Amanda Kraemer, her Brother, Santos Rosales, her Seven Sisters, Lupe Vasquez, Dominga Zepeda, Flora Chytka, Ofemia Slavik, Frances Green, Jeanette Sooley, Geraldine Edmundson, three Grandchildren, Jazlin, James and Harrison.
Funeral Service will be held Friday, June 18, 2021, beginning at 5 pm, from the Chapel of Brackney Funeral Service, with Pastor Jim Skates officiating. The family will receive friends Friday, June 18, 2021 from 4 to 5 pm at the funeral home.
June 15, 2021, 12:00 am
I am so sorry to hear your Mom passed away. Your Mom was a good person. I have know her every since she moved to Crestview. I remember when you Ashley & Samantha were little, your Mom used to fix the best Enchilada’s. We would all get together and she would bake a couple pans. No one could make Enchilada’s as good as your Mom could.
Elaine Skates (Friend)
June 16, 2021, 12:00 am
Delia was a good friend for a long time. She cooked the best Enchiladas for us through the years. We loved her and will miss her. So very sorry for your loss. Love to Ashley and Sam. Your mom was so proud of you both.
Isaac Gonzales (Cousin)
June 19, 2021, 12:00 am
When I think of Delia, I think of a strong, confident woman who would have done anything to protect and love her family and ensure their happiness. Living without the one person who had loved everyone unconditionally all her life, can be so difficult. I am sending my most sincere condolences on the loss of a beloved individual, whose life will live on in all of our fond memories. Words cannot begin to express the pain everyone must be feeling today but happy to know that everyone came in unity to say goodbye. She will be sorely missed, and it was an absolute honour to have known my cousin. May the Lord, mighty God, bless and keep her forever.