Maria Delgado Delgado Delgado Delgado | obituary

María Concepción Delgado Delgado, 79, of Humacao, Maná, New York, Seville, Stillwater, Indianapolis and Oklahoma City, died peacefully on May 7, 2022 with her eldest son by her side, after a difficult battle with Alzheimer’s disease .

Conchita or Conchi, as she was best known to her family and friends, was born on December 8, 1942, to Concepción Delgado Delgado and María Delgado Rivera in Humacao, Puerto Rico. After graduating with honors from Ana Roque de Duprey High School in 1960, Conchita received a full scholarship to pursue a degree in business education at the University of Puerto Rico.

After graduation, she wore many hats: she was a church leader, pastoral wife, university professor, single mother, author, editor, translator, interpreter, radio host, teacher of Bible school, preschool principal, certified professional secretary, graduate student, trainer and facilitator, president and member of numerous religious and professional organizations, award-winning poetry declaimer and the fastest typist in Puerto Rico, among many others. Conchita was passionate about God, church, prayer, family, friends and neighbors, traveling the world, reading, languages, the state of the world, plants, her red hair, lists , dancing, seafood, ice cream and pistachios.

Conchita retired as a manager of the Latin America team at Covance, Inc., where she distinguished herself by training others on medical laboratory results, procedures, and testing, and won the employee of the year honors. In retirement, she enjoyed going to church, family gatherings, spending time with friends, leaving room for dessert after each meal, strengthening ties in her neighborhood, listening to music, cleaning the house. of her dreams organized and impeccable, and be a woman all her life. learner.

Conchita is survived by her sister, Carmen Rosario Delgado-Delgado de Urbati; his two children, Jorge Lemuel Bardeguez-Delgado and Jorge Abner Bardeguez-Delgado; and his grandchildren Lucas Abner Bardeguez-Ferguson, Amayo Antonio Bardeguez-Barrera and Alelí Alivios Barrera-Bardeguez.

A memorial service will be held at the First Christian Church of Stillwater on Saturday, May 28, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a contribution to the Conchita Delgado Endowed Memorial Scholarship. Donations can be made payable to the Foundation for Oklahoma City Community College, 7777 S. May Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73159 or by visiting

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