Juliet Cecil Destiny Dedeluk

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premium website buildersJuliet Cecil Destiny Dedeluk, 22, went home to our Lord and Savior Tuesday, August 16, 2022, Juliet was born November 3, 1999 in Waco.

Visitation: 5 – 8pm Wednesday, August 24 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel.

Funeral Service: 10am Thursday, August 25 at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel. Burial to follow at Oakwood Cemetery.

Juliet was excited and looking forward to turning 23, her lucky “Jordan” year. She attended Connally ISD where she met her best friend Alexis (Lexi) Barner. Her first job was Cricket’s Bar and Grill, when she was 17. In those three years at Crickets she met some good friends and got to work with one of her favorite cousins, Alissa Guardiola.

She is the best cat mom to Hyde “Hydie Poo” as she calls him, her orange tabby whom she loves more than anything. Juliet loves animals, and spiders which is her most recent love. She loves anything with Hello Kitty. She also loves nature, reading books, candles, music, and alone time. She loves writing in her journals, something she has done since before she could even write words, just scribbles. Her favorite colors are pink and black, and her favorite foods are barbeque sandwiches, spaghetti, chicken alfredo, mac n cheese, chocolate chip cookies, and brownies. When she was small she would only want to eat brownies and mac & cheese.

Juliet has three best friends, Lexi who has been her best friend since the 6th grade, Oliver (Olly) Pesch, and her mother, Amanda, who she does everything with, including traveling with her great uncle Jim. She got to see amazing places because of him, she also loves riding with her “old man” John Guardiola. She loves her talks with her “Ganny” Rhonda.

Juliet Loves her mother Amanda and her brother and sister Cecil and Bella with all her heart. Juliet is one of the most beautiful souls you could ever meet, she loves her family and friends deeply, and she has her own style. All she wants in life is to love and to be loved. She wants Love, Happiness, and Peace most of all.

Preceded in death are her great grandmother, Virginia Macias; uncle, Cecil Guardiola; cousins, Angel Guardiola, and Matthew Sifuentez.

Left to cherish her memory are her parents, Amanda Guardiola of Waco and Daniel Dedeluk; siblings, Cecil and Cecilia (Bella) Fabella of Waco; grandparents, John A. Guardiola of Waco and “Ganny” Rhonda Vivian; step-grandpa, Darryl Banas of Lacy Lakeview and Waco; great grandfather, John Guardiola of Bossier City, LA; uncles, Christopher Guardiola, Mike Guardiola of Waco, Vincent Guardiola of Oklahoma, Sunni Plentl of Little River Academy, and Skyye Williams of Waco; great uncles, Jim Guardiola, Jesse Guardiola and wife Ruby, Waco Guardiola, and Julian Guardiola, all of Waco, and Adrian Ayala of Ft. Worth; great aunts, Geana Vivian, Lara Ramirez and husband James, Linda Yglecias and husband David, all of Waco; Becky Torres, Cheri Ayala of Ft. Worth, 80 cousins, her dear friend (Whose like family to her) Tiffani Morris and her best friends Lexi Barner, and Olly Pesch.

Pallbearers: Jamauriyon Malique Payton, Cecil Fabela, Oliver Pesch, Hayden Buttry, Christopher Guardiola, Michael Guardiola, Jim Guardiola, Waco Guardiola, James Ramirez Jr., Justin Ramirez, Gabriel Contreras, and Tiffani Morris

“Togetherness”
Death is nothing at all,
I have only slipped away into the next room.

Whatever we were to each other, we still are.
Call me by my old familiar name.
Speak to me in the same easy way you always have
Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes we enjoyed together
Play, Smile, Think of Me, Pray for Me

Life means all that it ever meant
It is the same as it always was
There is absolute unbroken Continuity

Why should I be out of your mind, because I am out of your sight?
I am but waiting for you, for an interval, somewhere near, just around the corner

All is well, Nothing is Past, Nothing has been Lost
One brief moment and all will be As it Was Before, only Better
Infinitely Happier
We will all be together again. Together Forever

 

Place of Service: Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel , 5201 Steinbeck Bend; Waco, TX 76708



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Condolence Messages

  1. So sorry to see a sweet soul called home already. Prayers for her family and friends

  2. Michael and Amber Gerik

    Praying for Mandie,Bella, and Cecil as well as the rest of her family and friends. The few days we were all at the beach she was so full of life and always smiling. RIP Cc

  3. Laurie, Tim, Kamryn, and Kendall Williams

    Praying for your family during these very difficult times. May God continue to comfort you with His love, strength, and
    peace. We are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Big hugs xoxoxox
    🙏🏼 May beautiful Juliet spread her Angel wings and fly in a renewed body in her eternal heavenly home 🙏🏼

  4. Helen and Rick Joiner

    So very sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences & prayers to you & family from Rickey & Helen Joiner & Teresa Contreras & family.

  5. Sister in Christ

    Praying for God’s comfort for your family during this time. So sorry for your loss.

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