Hilda Alvarez Solernou

September 20, 1923September 13, 2020
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Hilda Alvarez Solernou, age 96, of Miami, Florida passed away on Sunday, September 13, 2020. Hilda was born September 20, 1923 in Havana, Cuba.

Hilda is survived by her daughter Hilda Fluriach and son-in-law Claudio Hernandez; daughter Aida Regueiro and son-in-law Antonio Regueiro; son Jose Luis Solernou and son-in-law David Hill; daughter-in-law Lydia Solernou; and grandson Rafael Solernou, granddaughter Sofi Fontaine, grandson Hector Fluriach and Shenna Fluriach; grandson Danny Solernou, granddaughter Krysty Fajardo and Jonathan Fajardo; grandson Nicolas Regueiro; granddaughter Alexandra Regueiro; great grandchild Natalie Fontaine, great grandchild Ryan Fontaine, great grandchild Ashton Fonseca, great grandson Killian Fluriach and great grandchild Zelda Fluriach.

Hilda was preceded in death by husband Rafael Solernou and son Rafael J. Solernou

A visitation for Hilda will be held Wednesday, September 23, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM at Caballero Rivero Westchester, 8200 BIRD RD, MIAMI, FL 33155. A funeral mass will occur Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 11:00 AM at St Brendan Catholic Church, 8725 SW 32 ST, Miami, Florida 33165. A committal service will occur Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 12:00 PM at Our Lady of Mercy Cemetery, 11411 NW 25th St, Doral, Florida 33172.

Rest in Peace Hilda, your will be always in our hearts!!!!!


  • Visitation

    Wednesday, September 23, 2020

  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, September 23, 2020

  • Commital Service

    Wednesday, September 23, 2020


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Ramon Cano

September 23, 2020

Please know that you're in our thoughts and prayers.
Our sincerest condolences for an incredible person
like Hilda. We are blessed that she was a part of
our family and we pray that our Lord embraces her
and brings her to an everlasting life in heaven.

Hilda was always very kind and gave me a big smile when she saw me which made me feel welcomed, but then she would call me Mongito and that made me feel that I was part of her family.

We will miss her.

Ramon, Lourdes, and Mayito

Neri Monika Solernou

September 21, 2020

Tia Hilda fue un ser muy lindo que tuve el honor de conocer en persona y a traves de las memorias de la familia desde que naci aun estando lejos. Una mujer clara, sincera y de muy buen humor. Se que fue excelente madre, abuela y tia. Te extrañaremos.

Tere Solernou-Albert

September 20, 2020

"Tia Hilda" that's the name I knew her by from the day I was born. I was baptized on her wedding day, at the same church that my Tio Felo and her were married, only minutes apart.
Visiting their house was always a happy time, Tia Hilda, Tia Aida and Tio Felo always received us with a big smile, besides, they had our little cousins, and I loved to play with them when we went to Guanabacoa. Life kept us geographically far apart, but it was always great to see her when in Florida. Regardless of when I managed to show up, her door was always open, her smile always there for me, and she made me feel welcome. We would sit and talk for long periods of time, and together we would take apart old family memories, we would laugh and giggle, then say good bye "until the next time...".
I will remember her as a person with tremendous strength of character, a fair human being and an admirable woman who knew how to create a tightly knit family built on love and the example she set, yet she still managed to keep the spark of a mischievous child in her eyes. . .
Tia Hilda will be missed, I cannot imagine not seeing her there in her "post" checking on everything, and on everyone, but we also know she left peacefully and she will be greeted by many loving souls already waiting for her in Heaven to celebrate her arrival and her birthday today Sept 20th.
Rest in peace Tia Hilda, until we meet again!

Juan Alvarez

September 18, 2020

To our Dear Sweet Aunt Hilda: My dad, Dr. Ulises C. Alvarez, was your brother. He loved you so much and you loved him! I can still recall his excitement to hear that you were able to come from Cuba. We rushed to Miami as soon as we could. He was so happy to be re-united with his wonderful sister after so many years. I have bragged about you to my friends for all that you had to endure in your life but how you were able to succeed in this wonderful country and always were happy and loved everyone. Even though English was never a strong suit for you everyone of your clients at the pharmacy loved you (although I am sure most of them spoke Spanish!). You were always so loving to me, my wife Patti and our children. Even though there was a language barrier there was an intense love between you all when we were able to visit you. Your infectious smile and laugh will always bring a smile to my face and to my heart. God has a new angel and you have a lot of family waiting to receive you in heaven. We love you and we will miss you but we will always carry you in our hearts and minds. Your loving nephew (and family): Juan, Patti, Maria and Johnny Alvarez and Elena, Travis, Nora and Oliver Shively.

Lydia Solernou

September 18, 2020

There are many wonderful memories with my mother in law Hilda.
But my favorite will be one that only her and I shared together.
In 1987, We both went walking to Tamiami park in the middle of the night with chairs to see Pope John Paul II.
The pope was able to start a mass when all of a sudden a bad storm hit. There was lightning and thunder, but we stayed to get his blessing. He passed by us and by the time we got to her house walking we were drenched from the rain. A moment I will never forget!

Ulises Alvarez

September 17, 2020

Loved the photos, they brought back so many loving memories!
I will never forget my Aunt Hilda as she will always have a part of my heart.
Ulises M Alvarez (Ulisito)



Hilda Alvarez Solernou was born on September 20, 1923 in Havana, Cuba and passed away on September 13, 2020. Hilda was predeceased by her husband Rafael Solernou and her oldest son Rafael Jose Solernou.

Hilda was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and aunt. She is survived by her children Jose Luis Solernou, Hilda Fluriach and Aida Luisa Regueiro, her daughter in law Lydia Solernou and her sons in law David Hill, Claudio Hernandez and Antonio Regueiro. Hilda is also survived by her grandchildren whom she loved and was very proud of Rafael, Sofi, Hector, Danny, Kristy, Nicky and Alexandra, as well as her great grandchildren Natalie, Ryan, Ashton, Killian and Zelda. Hilda is also survived by two nephews, Juan Manuel and Ulises Alvarez.

Hilda will be greatly missed by her family and friends. May she rest in peace. We love you.

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