Dolores Earline (Unger) WoitenaApril 14, 1941 ~ December 19, 2017 (age 76)
Dolores Earline Woitena
April 14,1941 - December 19, 2017
Dolores Earline Woitena, 76, of Santa Fe, TX, passed away on December 19, 2017.
Dolores was born on April 14, 1941 in Alvin, TX to Jasper and May Unger. She married her high school sweetheart, Leo Daniel Woitena in 1959. Prior to being a stay at home Mom for three children, she was an executive secretary for Lykes Steamship Co. in Galveston. She took pride in her hometown, including helping form the Santa Fe youth football program in the 1970s. Dolores and her husband managed the family business, Woitena Motor Sales in Santa Fe, TX, until they retired. She was also a consultant for Mary Kay cosmetics for many years. Dolores was most proud and affectionately known as “Mimi” to her grandchildren and loved ones.
Dolores is preceded in death by her parents Jasper and May Unger and her sisters, Geraldine Seed and Marie Lucas.
Dolores is survived by her loving husband of 58 years, Leo Daniel Woitena; son, Danny Woitena and wife Brenda; son, George Woitena and wife Lisa; daughter, Carol Cabe and husband Trey; grandchildren, Wesley Woitena, Joshua and Cathie Woitena, Kevin and Allison Woitena, Leigh Ann and David Cates, Myrl Cabe, Michelle Cabe, Melinda Cabe, and two great grandchildren, Jessica and Katniss Woitena, all of Santa Fe, TX. Dolores also has two step grandchildren, Annecia Farello, Kyrm Hickman and two step great-grandchildren, Annona and Aphina Farello. Dolores is also survived by her brother, Jasper Unger and wife Billie; brother, Butch Unger and wife Flo, sister Carolyn Clapper, and brother, Jimmy Unger and wife Karen.
Viewing to be held at Hayes Funeral Home in Hitchcock, TX, on Friday, December 22nd, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Services will be held at Hayes Funeral Home, on Saturday, December 23rd at 10:00 a.m. with graveside services following if weather permits.
Pallbearers are Wesley Woitena, Joshua Woitena, Kevin Woitena, Myrl Cabe, David Cates and Keith Tyner.
Honorary pallbearer is Doyce Reeves.