Delores was born July 30th,1935 in Portland, Oregon to Nick and Mary Spada. She passed away peacefully on Sunday May 1st, 2016 in Roseville, California surrounded by her children and loving sister and niece. She is survived by her daughters Julie Opsahl and her husband Jim, of Lincoln, California and Janet Booth and her husband Larry of Clackamas, Oregon and her son Joseph Hahn and his wife Karen of Loomis, California. Delores is also survived by her sister Kathleen Nemarnik of Tigard, Oregon, her grandchildren: Andrew Opsahl, Maria Opsahl, Jennie Opsahl, Brandon Booth, Bryant Booth, Jasmine Hahn and Shane Hahn; her nieces and nephews; Diane Nemarnik, John Nemarnik, MaryAnn Orth, David Nemarnik and Nancy Brugato. She was preceded in death by her parents Mary Spada and Nick Spada and her brother-in-law Emil Nemarnik.
Delores was raised in Portland, Oregon and attended St. Philip Neri School, St. Mary's Academy and Seattle University. She then married Richard Hahn in 1957. She was a bookkeeper for the family business while raising her three children. She was involved in her PTA, Camp Fire Girls Association and the Landscape Gardener's Association. She moved to Milwaukie, Oregon in 1972 and was active in the Women's Guild at St. John's Milwaukie Catholic Church. In 1985, she moved to Sacramento, California and worked as a claims representative for Hartford Connecticut Insurance Company. During that period, she was very active in her church singles group and choir. She then retired in 1996 and moved to Lincoln, California in 2001. She went on numerous religious pilgrimages and many cruises with her sister and brother-in-law Emil. She also became very involved in the Del Webb Community, Red Hat Society, Catholic Ladies Relief Society, Women's Guild, Lincoln Hills Singers Club, as well as her church choir at St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Delores was fun-loving and up for any adventure. She loved spending time with her sister Kathleen - if not in person, they were on the phone chatting daily. Her grandchildren were the love of her life and she was very proud of her children. She always looked for the positive and loved to laugh. She never took life too seriously and could always laugh at herself when given a bad time. She spread joy to many people throughout her life and will be remembered for her love of life and a cheerful spirit.