Soledad Catungal Lacambacal

August 29, 1935-June 27, 2022

Mrs. Soledad Lacambacal has passed into the arms of her savior. She was the eldest among 10 siblings. Soledad grew up and was educated in the Philippines. She was both a college professor and Agrarian Court Reporter. She married Alfredo Lacambacal who was an established businessman and farmer. Together they had six children Oscar, Rudy, Johnny, Armando, Henry, Vilma.

She was kind and caring. As the eldest in the family, she played the role of a 2nd mother to her 9 siblings (3 sisters and 6 brothers) who had never lost their love and respect in her.

She was a beauty queen, a graceful dancer and had always been the star of the night as a dance champion during her time.

As a wife and a mother of 6, she had given her very best to her husband, children and grandchildren at all times. As a devout Christian who believed in God, she was loving, honest, kind, patient, fair, trustworthy, compassionate and generous to everyone.

When the opportunity to migrate in America known as the land of opportunity came, she had mixed emotions to leave behind 5 of her children with Rudy already living in Germany.  She always talked about her love to her family and not wanting to leave her grandchildren as well.  Nonetheless she and her husband made it to USA, assimilated very well into the American mainstream and the rest is history!

Atsi/Ate/Mamang/Ka Soledad, as everyone called her, “we love you and you will forever be missed”♥️♥️♥️🙏🙏🙏

John 16:22
So with you:  Now is your time of grief, but I will see you again and you will rejoice, because no one will take away your joy.

Visitation services will be held July 12, 2022, 12pm-6pm. at Scott Funeral Home 1215 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Tacoma, WA 98405. Burial services will be held July 20, 2022, at 1pm Hillcrest Cemetery 1005 Reiten Rd, Kent, WA 98030 ·

  1. Mariano A. Angeles says:

    Condolence to the bereaved. A good fruit from a good tree. Pray for us too, Soledad, as we pray for you too. You are a blessing to the Americans and to the Filipinos! May the soul of Soledad and the Faithful Departed rest in pea ce. Amen.

  2. Annette & Donnie Baldonado says:

    Condolence to the rest of the family. She will be surely missed. Till we meet again. May she Rest In Peace.

  3. Annette & Donnie Baldonado says:

    Sister Eling you will be missed by all of us . Till we meet again. May you Rest In Peace.

  4. Donnie and Annette Baldonado says:

    Our heartfelt condolence to the family. Till we meet again and May she rest in peace

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