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Dolores Campas Shields reunited with her husband Warren in Heaven. A Tuscon Native, she was called Safely home on January 19, 2022. She passed into Eternal Life at Ogden Regional Hospital. Dolores Was born October 10, 1942, a beloved daughter of the late Dolores Gustelum Campas and the late Raymund Campas. Dolores was raised in Tucson Az and spent some time in Riverside California, where she had met her forever soulmate the late Warren D. Shields at her parent's ranch. Dolores worked owning a Mexican Restaurant in Garland Utah where she and Warren were bringing up their four daughters. Later she would be employed as head chef and baker, at Crossroads restaurant in Tremonton, UT. And later Hampton Ford Inn. Dolores Excelled in baking, always enjoying making food for her friends, and family. Dolores was born with a smile on her face. The most beautiful soul anyone that did encounter her. She showed her love and support. She was like no other. The most precious to her daughters and her late husband. She was baptized in the LDS Church, in 2011. During Dolores's Leisure time she spent it with family and friends. She loved to play bingo, and talk with her sister Carmen on the phone. Dolores loved to be on Facebook, to Connect with family, sending messages to her grandchildren and daughters. keeping track of all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Enjoying watching her grandaughter Abby play soccer. All of her grandchildren and great-grandchildren gave her so much joy. There was nothing she wouldn't do for them. Her Grandchildren and great Grandchildren were truly the heart of her. She was predeceased by her beloved Husband and soulmate Warren Darold Shields who was called home on December 9, 2011. She also reunited with her late daughter Carmalita Shields; whom she always thought of. Dolores was predeceased by her Mother Dolores, Her father Raymund, and brothers Carlos and Ray Campas. Dolores was survived by her sisters Carmen Irene and Frances, and brothers George and Rudy. Dolores lived with her youngest Daughter Hope Sargent who cared for her until her dying day. Dolores also lived with her grandchildren Derek Shields, Evan Sargent, and Ian Sargent. Dolores was survived by her Daughters Maria Miller, Annie Shields, Rosemarie Young, and Hope Sargent. Also survived by her grandchildren Jessica Nelson, Ryan Miller, Scott Miller, Travis Shields, Derek Shields, Brandon Young, Jenny Young, Matthew Young, Selena Sargent, Alexandra Sargent, Ian Sargent, and Evan Sargent. Dolores was also Survived by Ten Great Grandchildren with one on the way soon to be eleven.
Dolores will be remembered as a storyteller, she loved to sit down and tell you all about her life. Her Memorial and Celebration of life will be announced in the Summer of 2022. For those who prefer, her family requests that memorial donations be made in her memory to Autism Speaks.
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