Ana Maria Acevedo

November 6, 1930May 5, 2012

Ana Maria Acevedo, 81 of Clearwater passed away peacefully Saturday May 5, 2012 with her family at her side at Brookside Hospice in Palm Harbor. She was born in San Juan Puerto Rico and has been a resident of Florida for 6 years coming from Puerto Rico. Survivors include sons; Eugenio Figueroa, Angel Luis Figueroa, daughters; Evelyn Esteva-Stephens, Zenaida Figueroa and Minerva Santiago, 10 brothers, 3 sisters, 11 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are under the care of Moss Feaster Funeral Home Serenity Gardens Chapel in Largo.


  • Graveside Service Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Ana Maria Acevedo

have a memory or condolence to add?


receive updates when new memories are posted

Liliana Bociu

February 23, 2013

Your mom had a beautiful smile that was showing love and kindness. I feel your bitter sweet pain. Sweet because of all the great memories you have of her and bitter because she's not around anymore. We become who we are as a result of many influences, but for sure we can thank our beautiful mothers that we were so lucky to have them in our lives. God rest her soul and give your family peace.

Patti O'Neil

July 23, 2012

I am so sorry for the loss of your mother, as I have found happy memories help ease the pain. My prayers are with you and your family. Patti O

David Talhouk

June 22, 2012


I am sorry to hear of the passing of your mother. I know you love her very much and you spoke of her often. You took good care of her over the years and I know you will miss seeing her and being with her. I hope you find some comfort and peace in knowing that the love between a parent and child cannot be broken or even diminished even in one's passing. You will always carry her with you and she will never be far from you.

June 5, 2012

Evelyn and Minerva,
Want you to know that you both are thought of in my prayers. May the fond memories of your mom comfort you.

Carl Hoffmann

Lisa Rist

May 31, 2012

So sorry to hear about your mom. I was blessed by the way you loved and cared for her. God Bless you. Love Lisa Rist

Chris Case

May 31, 2012

My dearest friend Evelyn,
As I'm reading through your moms guest book, I'm just blubbering my eyes out! So many loving words for your mom. I don't think there is anything I can say that could possibly express how sad I am for your loss and I can't even begin to imagine your sadness and the emptyness you must feel. Your mom was truly blessed to have you for her daughter. Your love and devotion to her was inspirational. And you are also very blessed to have her for your mom and to have had her here with you these past years to enjoy. What you gave to her and for her, well....that just goes without words sweet girl. She will always be in all of our memories and will stay alive in your heart forever and always! I just invision her up there in heaven singing and dancing with the angels! She'll be watching over you and all of her family who with no doubt love her and will miss her dearly. Our deepest condolences,
Chris, Cliff and Family.

May 30, 2012

Dearest Evelyn. Everyone has a mother but this one is so special because she is your mother. Alsways take time to reflect on the wonderful times you share with her and be forever certain that you will be with her again as you surely will be. Love others as she loved you.

In Christ's Love,

Phil Marshall

Susan Wills

May 30, 2012

Evelyn and Minerva & Family:

What beautiful pictures of your Mom...
You spent six years taking excellent care of her & may these special memories be with you forever. Your Angel is now watching over you. May you get special signs that she is still with you in spirit. Always sing her favorite song as if she were still here it will put a smile on your face...enjoy her favorite "Coconut Ice Cream". From looking at the pictures it is apparent her favorite was red lipstick. May you keep these very special memories in your heart forever as I know this is what she would want.

PS. I will try her favorite coconut icecream and let you know.

Denise Fort-Myles

May 24, 2012

my deepest sympathy to you and your family.

Katie Taylor

May 24, 2012

What a wonder reflection and memories of a precious lady whose works as a mother is exhibited through her two daughters I have had the pleasure of working with for the past 10 years in Pinellas County Government. Evelyn and Minerva are wonderful daughters who not only look amazingly like their mom but also have her loving heart for family and friends. Mrs. Acevedo, your work here is now done and our Lord and Savior is surly rewarding you with your crown. I send my Love,Prayers and Blessings to the entire family.