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Maria Ines Osorio

February 10, 1961May 2, 2021

Maria Ines Osorio was born on February 10, 1961 and passed away on May 2, 2021 and is under the care of Apex Funeral Home.

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Susan Mwillu

May 10, 2021

Maria was rare. She is one of those souls who come into your life and just simply fits in.

From the moment I met her, I felt like I had known her all my life. Two people from totally different worlds and yet she accepted me hands down. In this world we live in, where people are so guarded, Maria was a ray of light, I love her and I will be forever grateful that I got to know her.

I am so glad her sons were with her at the every end....Love waits and because she was Love, she waited. Be comforted, Maria lives on in all of you, her family.

Praying that God holds you close during this most trying time.
Susan xoxo

Christopher Bernal

May 9, 2021



Mami, Mami, Mami. This don’t make no damn no sense! (LOL).
You left us early, way too soon. I know there’s a reason but I’m just not ready to understand why.
I lost a part of my heart and my soul.
Missing your beautiful contagious smile that would light up a room. Missing your those amazing big, soft and warm comforting hugs that would turn any frown into a smile. Missing your warm, soft kisses on my head and forehead and just telling me you love me just because. Missing you talking and staring at me from across the table when you would just sit there and listen to me rant about nothing and you just being very understanding and telling me the right things so I would feel better. Missing your delicious cooked meals. Missing you just kicking back listening to music with you.
Remembering growing up and you raising four amazing men. We’ve been blessed to be raised by a wonderful woman, who not only played her role a mother but as a true hero in disguise. You may not have worn a cape but I see why now and that’s because you were destined to receive your wings and your halo as an angel watching over us and guiding us down a safe path in life. Blessing us with lots of love.
You are my very first and last true love. You are my everything. Until we cross paths again. I love you forever Mami.

Josue Bonilla

May 8, 2021

So I didn't really see much of Maria outside of family gatherings. But when I did see her, boy did she make me feel loved. For her it was like she's known me forever and would just start talking about her life with me and she'd ask about my life. I always looked forward to seeing Maria in our family gatherings. I'm sad that it's been awhile that I've seen her and I was hoping real soon we'd see her again.
But we will meet again.
You were such a blessing and still are!
For now you will be missed.
Love you Maria!

Eduardo Cedillos

May 8, 2021

There's so much to be said about Maria. She was kind, caring, joyful, loving, and generally a wonderful person. I met her at 16 years old and as soon as I met her she offered food or a drink which was comforting and made me feel at home. I had the great opportunity to have her as part of my family since my sister (Paty) married David so I got to see Maria whenever I was in town which ended up being nights of laughter and good times. When I moved to NC we got to spend more time together as Maria moved from MD with Danny to be closer to David, Paty, and the kids (Kayli & Jason) so it was nice to see her often. When my sister, David and the kids left to SC for a year, I would take Maria and Danny out on weekly errands which always a treat and ended with a meal. Maria would be the type that would order a baked potato at a Steakhouse but was happy to have her boys company. When her apartment flooded I didn't hesitate to have her and Danny stay with me because that's what family is for, to take care of each other just as she would do for any of us. She called me "Edu", she was another mom to me, and I'm grateful to have had known her. I'll miss our conversations, her meals, and her company. The world wont be the same without her and she will he truly missed by all of us.

I love you Mama Maria and we'll see each other again ❤🌻

Kelly Lowe

May 8, 2021

I had the pleasure of working with Maira for 3 summers. She was the hardest worker and always filled with so much love. Talking to her was always the best part of my shifts. I remember her talking about how much she adored her sons and how important her family was to her all the time. She radiated so much love and was always willing to help. Even though I only knew her for a short period, she had such a positive impact on my life. She will be deeply missed. Heaven definitely gained an angel. Prayers and love sent to the family ❤

Ana Gonzalez

May 7, 2021

Blessed to have been part of your life the last few years ❤️ Thank you for being so warm, welcoming and allowing me to be part of your family. I will forever cherish the family get togethers with you, Danny, Paty, David, Jason and Kayli. Gone to soon but never forgotten. Descanse en paz Mama Mary 🌻❤️

Danny Delgado

May 7, 2021

Mom, what can I say about you that hasn’t already been said. You came into this world filled with love and warmth. It showed in particular with your four boys; Julio,David,Chris,and myself. You always taught us to be strong,hardworking,honorable, and then some..... You always raised us to be together even through the fights that siblings have from time to time.

Our trips, our days of “fun and folly” will always mean so much to me, and I will plan to pass down to my own children. Although I wish you’ll will see me grow and become the man that you always wanted me to be, I still know you’ll always watch every step of the way.

I love you Mom, always and forever 🌻🌻🌻

Julio Bernal

May 7, 2021

Toots you don’t know how hard this is to accept you have left us. You taught David, Chris, Danny and I a lot. The way you demonstrated your endless love to each one of us is what I will remember. You never hesitated to put us first and you second. The sacrifices you did for us to be the men we are today. You are a beautiful, sweet woman. You don’t know how many lives you have touched. The human being you are is what we need in this world. There are not enough words to best describe you other than you are my perfect mom. I am proud to say Maria is my Mom.

Priscilla Perez

May 7, 2021

What can I say that hasn't already been said about this amazing woman. I met her through Eddie(Edward) and the Bernal family. I'm very fortunate enough to have known Maria. She was the sweetest person to me and I always appreciated that. I remember meeting her the very first time and off the bat she was super sweet and kind and treated me like I was part of her family. I don't know about anyone but to me I believe when a person passes away and see a butterfly I believe that's them watching over their loved ones. The day after I heard of her passing I was walking my dogs and I saw a butterfly and I hadn't seen a butterfly in a very long time and it made me think of Maria. The day of the services before going, again walking my dogs and with Eddie this time, I saw the same colored butterfly as the first one and thought to myself "that's Maria watching over us" and it warmed my heart. She had great energy wherever she went. I will always remember her smiling face and her fun loving attitude. I remember having a conversation with her about where she was in her life when she was in her 20's and in her 30's and so on because I wanted to get to know her more and I got to know what a hard working woman she was and how her family was everything to her and still was until the very end! It breaks my heart knowing she's gone and I wont see her smiling face at the family functions. She was always so fun to be around. I will definitely miss her and I will never forget her! We love you mama Maria ❤🌻🦋

Alexis Bevelacqua

May 7, 2021

Goodberrys was my first job and I met Maria there from working with her. Rain or shine Maria would always walk to work and I would try to offer her rides if we got off together. She always gave me good advice and had such an unforgettable smile on her face. She always made me laugh and was always so welcoming. It felt like she was my second mom sometimes. Maria always talked about her sons and her face would light up when she did. She was truly a wonderful person to have known and I’ll cherish the time we had together.

FROM THE FAMILY