Angie Perez

3 May, 19387 September, 2021

Angie Perez (Nena), age 83, of Tampa, Florida passed away on Tuesday, September 7, 2021. Angie was born May 3, 1938. She was born and raised in Tampa, Fl. Angie graduated from Jefferson High School and worked in the art department at Channel 3. She later opened her own business, Angie’s Alterations. She liked to draw, paint and sew. Angie loved her large extended family very much and for many years would host and cook for them on most holidays and birthdays.

She is predeceased by her parents, Joe and Angie Alvarez; her brother, Joe and her nephews, Eddie, Brian, Billy and Joey. She is survived by her fiercely devoted and loving husband of 61 years, Manuel Perez Jr.; daughters ChrisAnn Bradley (Cliff), Jill Perez (Keith VanLandingham), Kimberly Perez; her son, Michael Perez (Maria); nine grandsons; brothers, Edward Alvarez, Ydilio Alvarez (Teresa); her sister, JoAnn Register and her sister-in-law, Cathy Alvarez; three nieces and a nephew.

She will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.


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20 September 2021

NENA, When I heard the news I could not believe it. MY PRAYERS Are with Manuel and your family. I can remember spending Easter with the family at your house, having a great time with the kids. I will always be grateful for your help with little Nena while I was in labor with Lisa. YOU were a wonderful sister in law to me and a perfect Tia to my daughters , Little Nena and Lisa and to my son,Paul. I will always appreciate everything you have done for me and my children. Heaven has gained a beautiful Angel 😇 . Love Betty and Jim

Joann Nena Alvarez

19 September 2021

Tia, my heart is so sad to know I will never again get to see your beautiful face, see your beautiful smile or smell your perfume again. I remember walking in to your home at Christmas time and would always hug and kiss you and say "wow tia u smell so good" and you would smile so beautifully. You made me feel so loved. I remember when we all were together and I could not wait to eat your delicious carrot cake. I remember when my sister and I had a dance at school and you made sure we had beautiful dresses to wear. I never got to say thank you for taking time and making my beautiful baptism dress, I still have it to this day. Thank you! I bet Heaven is more beautiful with you in it. I love you Tia Nena, your niece Little Nena

JoAnn Register

13 September 2021

There are not enough words to say what you have meant to me. You were 2 years old when I was born. You cut my hair, made and altered my clothes, and made me a dress from a feed bag. You cooked for me so many times. You and Manuel were godparents to my sons and it broke your heart when they passed away. Thank you for all that you did for me and my family and I thank Manuel for taking such good care of you. My heart will love and remember you always. Until we meet again my dear sister. Hugs and kisses.

Kimberly Perez

13 September 2021

I can't believe that I am writing in your obituary memories. At some point in life we lose loved ones. But it doesn't make it by any means easier. I'm still trying to process that you aren't with us anymore. That I can't facetime you and see you smile and laugh. Everytime I make myself coffee I cry. I hear a song that reminds me of you and I cry again. My heart is breaking. I love you more than you could ever know. I miss you so bad my heart hurts. I want to thank you for being you. Flawed yet perfect. I thank you for all of the memories. All of the lessons in life. I miss your cooking. Your laugh. You're beautiful smile. The way you would point at us when we did something bad and we knew you meant business. The way you and daddy smiled and laughed. You taught me everything about art and how to cook. You gave me two amazing sisters and a shining example of what true love and devotion is between a husband and a wife. I love you Ma. I miss you so bad it hurts, but I know you are at peace. Sitting in heaven drinking coffee with Abuela and all our loved ones who have preceded you. Thank you for being you. I love you and miss you beyond words.
Your baby,
#3 girl Kimberly

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