Services for Maria Dolores Wolf, affectionately known as Mamma Lola, will be held on Tuesday, November 7 at 10 AM at Eastside Missionary Baptist Church, located at 17 N Oro Avenue in Stockton. To pay a special tribute to Mamma Lola's lively personality, attendees are kindly encouraged to incorporate a touch of purple, her favorite color, and to come in casual attire, reflecting the relaxed and warm atmosphere she cherished.
Mamma Lola was born on August 14, 1965, in Los Angeles and raised by her adoptive parents, Francisco Perez and Maria Castillo. She called Stockton her home for nearly 50 years, forming close bonds in her community.
As a loving wife to Dennis and a great mom to her two boys, Miguel and Alex, Mamma Lola was always eager to connect with people. Known for making her presence felt at parties and gatherings, Lola enjoyed being the center of attention. You knew when Mama Lola arrived. She could often be found out and about with her son Miguel helping make the Stockton community an enjoyable place to live for all. Her faith was also an inspiration to those around her.
A strong woman, Mamma Lola embraced challenges with enthusiasm, treating each one as an opportunity for adventure. Though she is no longer with us physically, her spirit lives on.
Mamma Lola's ashes have been laid to rest in a serene garden by the river at Cherokee Memorial. As friends and family gather to honor her life, we reflect on her words of wisdom: "Mamma Knows Best." In saying our goodbyes, we celebrate her life and lasting impact on those she touched throughout her journey.