Delores LaVern (Brown) Severe-Fielding

Born: Wed., Apr. 1, 1931
Died: Thu., Oct. 22, 2020


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Fri., Oct. 30, 2020
Location: Pendleton Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints


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Delores LaVern Severe-Fielding was born on April 1, 1931 in Pendleton, Oregon  to Cecil S. and Idell Mae (Fletcher) Brown.  Delores attended grades 1 – 12 in Pendleton .  She also attended Western Union-Santa Cruz in California.

A funeral for Delores will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Pendleton on Friday, October 30, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.  A graveside will follow at Olney Cemetery. Services will stream live on Facebook at Pendleton Pioneer Chapel Folsom Bishop.

Delores married Billy Carl Severe, of Pendleton on February 14, 1951.  She and Bill had seven sons; Randy, Robin, Curtis, Stewart, Monty, Clinton and Shawn.  A second marriage ended in divorce due to spousal violence.  On November 13, 1998 she began her third and happy marriage with Marion Orland Fielding.  Marion (known also as Pat) had five children from his first marriage, whose wife had passed away.  Pat’s children are Alan Fielding, Shannon Fielding Barber, Jill Fielding, Danny Fielding and Brian Fielding.  Both families blended well with happiness.  Delores was widowed again on July 9, 2011 with Pat’s passing.

Delores worked as a secretary and on the side had a musical career.  She played guitar in the family band.  She also sang and yodeled at cowboy poetry gatherings in Elko, NV, Meridian, Idaho, and Pendleton.  She entertained at the Pendleton Round-Up Main Street Show and sang for President Ford when he held his political rally in Pendleton on his second run for President.  Delores also loved gardening, riding her horses and found joy in raising her seven choice sons.  Delores was a devout member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Delores is survived by sibling, Sylvia (Ray) Munns of McMinville, OR; sons, Randall (Rosemary) Severe, Curtis (Debbie) Severe, Monty (Crystal) Severe of Pendleton, Robin (Cindy) Severe of Helix, Stewart (Michelle)Severe of Burns, OR, Clint Severe of Raymondville, MO, and Shawn (Evalee) of Anchorage, AK.  Also surviving are step-children Alan (Deanne) Fielding of Touche, WA, Jill Fielding of Gig Harbor, WA, Shannon (Lowell) Barber of Pasco, WA., Danny (Christine) Fielding of Midvale, Utah and Brian (Vivionni) Fielding of Brazil;  also 14 grandchildren and great grandchildren from the Severe boys and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren from the step children.  Delores was predeceased by siblings, Nita Brown, Glen Brown and Gilbert Brown.

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   Posted Sat October 24, 2020
I was a caregiver for Delores. She was by far the most humble and sweetest soul you could ever come across but, also with a dash of sas. We loved her immensely and enjoyed every day we got with her, she became apart of our hearts and that’s where she will stay. I’ll miss your beautiful voice, long live our yodeling Queen. You can now sleep until 830 like you always wanted too without distribution, we love you.

Deborah Davidson-Larsgaard
   Posted Mon October 26, 2020
I will remember this wonderful women for the many amazing things she brought into the lives of those who were blessed to know her.
Beyond her physical beauty, bright smile and kind heart she possessed a determination of will, a courageous heart, an ability to correct unsavory or ill guided character without offense. She could light up a room with joy while entertaining you with music, poetry and song.
She was a formative force in my life even though we were mostly miles and worlds apart.
That's the favor and grace an aunt can bring to your life and I'm so grateful she was a part of mine. Happy trails to you Aunt Delores, adios for now.

Cody Fielding
   Posted Tue October 27, 2020
Delores was a perfect match for Grandpa Fielding. She blessed his life immensely and also the lives of all of his children and grandchildren. It didn't take long for us to start calling her "Grandma Delores" because of the love and joy that she brought into our lives. She was kind, fun, and selfless. I will miss her guitar playing and yodeling, her infectious laugh, and her warm smile. Thank you Severe family for sharing her with us.

Betty Jean Holmes
   Posted Tue October 27, 2020
So sorry for the loss of your mother. Please accept my thoughts and prayers for the family.

Kathleen Boyd
   Posted Wed October 28, 2020
I had the pleasure of knowing both Delores and her late husband Pat...and was fortunate enough to get to enjoy time at their beautiful ranch in Summerville where they shared their faith, love of Heavenly Father, musical and story telling talents, as well as their amazing Haflingers. I feel blessed that I had the opportunity to know her. My deepest condolences to her entire family, I have no doubt she will be greatly missed, but what wonderful and blessed memories you all must have to share of her.

Dave Webb
   Posted Wed October 28, 2020
So sorry for the loss of your mother she was a wonderful person

Vivian Hulick
   Posted Thu October 29, 2020
I am so sorry to see another member of the family passing.
God Bless you all, and may the Lord give comfort to you.

tom weeks
   Posted Fri October 30, 2020
Randy, Rosemary and Delores' Family--my prayers and deepest sympathy for your loss...Tom Weeks

Jan Leonard
   Posted Wed November 18, 2020
Dear Severe and Fielding family ,I have known Delores for as long as I have lived here..We raised our boys together .. They got in trouble together. she was my visiting teacher companion on and off for many years. Wonderful woman to know and call my friend... I loved listening to her sing and
yodel with her family that I love dearly. They all have made a difference in my life and I am grateful for that.. She will be missed. May your faith and memories comfort you at this time..


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