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Forest Park Funeral Home

114-03 Queens Blvd, Forest Hills, NY

OBITUARY

Inez Hoyos

28 March, 196131 December, 2019
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Inez Hoyos was born on 28 March, 1961 and passed away on 31 December, 2019.

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  • Inez Hoyos Sunday, 5 January , 2020
  • Inez Hoyos Sunday, 5 January , 2020
  • Inez Hoyos Monday, 6 January , 2020

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Antonio Hoyos

7 January 2020

There are no words to describe how wonderful Inez was. She made us feel so comfortable and full of joy whenever we shared family moments together. We have been deeply touched by her passing. Inez, you will always be in our hearts. We know you are in a better place now... and even though we are so sad with you leaving us, we rest assured you are now sharing alongside God.

Sharlene Mullings

7 January 2020

I met Inez during our First year at John jay college. Didn’t pay much attention to her until we were paired against one another during a mock trial. It was at our argument and debate course. Needless to say the moment Inez opened her mouth she blew me right under the table Inez quote penal law and statistics.
I looked at her and said To myself who is this chick. Lol My final grade could not match up against Inez. After picking my ego up from the ground I invited Inez out to breakfast the next morning. Our friendship lasted for many years
Life took us in separate directions but one thing is for sure: Inez was a good friend and a wonderful woman to have known. I thank God for allowing us to meet and though she is not physically here anymore when I think of her I will whisper to Myself “Inez I love you”
To her family you are truly blessed to have loved her in ways only her and God knows. .

Frank reyes

6 January 2020

You were a wonderful woman. I am so blessed to have had you as a friend. You will forever be in my thoughts, heart and prayers. The LORD has summoned a most perfect advocate for his Kingdom. GOD bless you and may you rest in peace in the arm of the LORD.

Elizabeth Ortiz

5 January 2020

To an amazing woman, Inez.
You were a great cousin and friend. So many memories growing up and all the Thanksgiving's we shared. It was fun sharing stories of our jobs. You and I didn't have normal careers. We managed to keep in touch despite of the distance and how busy we both were. I hope that my last message helped you in your final days. I will pray for your loved ones.
I Thank God for all that he has given me and for what I no longer have. I am blessed to have had you in my life.
Until we meet again.
Love you always, Liz

Ada Guerrero Guillod

5 January 2020

Inez, thank you for being a friend, confidant, and teacher. You were my supervisor at the Bronx D.A.’s office, but you became so much more—a true friend. You shared your life experiences offering them as teachable moments for my family and I. As I prepare to say goodbye, I am thankful for having knowing you and hopeful that you are in a better place.

Jazmin Hoyos

5 January 2020

Dear Inez:

Thank you. You weren’t a step mom, you were a second mom. Someone I may have not known I needed. You were an example of strength. You were strong willed, strong minded, and worked extremely hard. You had so many accomplishments. You were a Hispanic Woman judge. I always admired your leadership, your initiative. Unfortunately you lost your fight with Leukemia. But the example of faith that you showed opened my eyes in so many ways. Throughout your whole fight, you always thanked the Lord. You always gave Him praise. In the midst of your hurricane you trusted God. You always said “whatever is His will”. One of the last things you told us was that you were ready to be home with daddy. Your faith has impacted me in ways you will never know. To be so solid and unshaken despite your circumstances has just proven again the pilar of strength you were. To see you at you’re absolute worst, praising God, allowed me to receive peace. I have been able to rest in the Lord in the midst of the storm. I can’t thank you enough for the example you’ve set. I can’t thank you enough for the person you’ve been. I can’t thank you enough for loving me as your own and never seeing me as a step daughter, but a daughter. There’s so many memories I share with you. So many stories I can tell my future kids about you. It breaks my heart to know they’ll never have the privilege of knowing you and that I won’t have the privilege of you being there my wedding day or graduation day. Just know that I’ll continue to push forward and I’ll continue to push towards success because that’s all you’ve ever wanted for me and I’ll owe it to you. Thank you for being my second mom.

Yours truly,
“Princess Jazzy” 🦋💛

P.S... you’re the only one I allowed to call me that.
& more than for my dad, you were for me.

Martha Hoyos

4 January 2020

Querida Inez: fuiste una persona muy especial, y a pesar de que no compartimos por mucho tiempo debido a la distancia, el poco tiempo compartido fue suficiente para conocerte mejor. Buena amiga, buena madre y esposa, y en especial, una gran sierva de Dios. Te admiro por tu sencillez, y a pesar de la tormenta que se te vino encima, luchaste lo más que pudiste hasta el final. Siempre fuiste humilde y alababas a Dios en todo momento; hasta el final diste gracias a Dios por todo. Eres un gran ejemplo a seguir, ahora estas en un mejor lugar. Hubiera querido poder compartir mucho más tiempo contigo. Te extranaré.

Marlon Martinez

4 January 2020

I was initially introduced to Inez as my supervisor during my years in the Narcotics Bureau and I got to know her as a friend during those times and beyond. She was at my wedding as I was at hers and we brought our families together at least one time before relocating to Maryland. I will always cherish the great times we had within our little group at the BXDA and will miss her dearly.

Michael Hoyos

4 January 2020

My mother was a very strong and independent person. She was always there for me when I needed her the most. I love my mother for many reasons but the reason why love her the most is cause I know she always wanted the best for me. She would always put others above herself which is something I always loved about her because she was so selfless and wanted to always help others. My mother is my role model as I want to be just like her when I get older. I want to be able to spread the same amount of kindness as she spread to many people. She always told me that I can be great at whatever I do because I have a drive to be able to do, well I used to always tell her my drive to be successful is for you. I know that although she is not with me physically I always know that she is with me in my heart and mind and it doesn’t matter if I’m in school or playing basketball I now know that everything I do is for my mother. I am so proud to have been able to call you my mother because I know you loved me. I love you with all my heart and if it’s the last thing I do ,I promise that I will be the man that you wanted me to and I will succeed because I know that your with me.

Ada Perez

4 January 2020

Words cannot express the sadness and disbelief brought on by your loss. You were my sister in Christ and one of the best teachers I had both in bible class and bible institute. Your teachings and preachings inspired many, and I was blessed and forever grateful to be one those many. Thank you for being an inspiration in the foundation of my spiritual life. RIP my sister.

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