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In lieu of flowers, please send donations to https://give.gktw.org/fundraiser/3089596 in memory of Maria "Marisol" Soledad Gonzalez (link below obituary)
OBITUARY

Maria "Marisol" Soledad Gonzalez

September 13, 1949December 30, 2020
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UN MENSAJE DE LA FAMILIA En lugar de flores, favor hacer donativos a https://give.gktw.org/fundraiser/3089596 en memoria de María “Marisol” Soledad González (enlace al final del obituario)

OBITUARIO María “Marisol” Soledad González 13 de septiembre de 1949- 30 de diciembre del 2020 María “Marisol” Soledad González, edad 71, de Miami, Florida, falleció el miércoles 30 de diciembre del 2020. Marisol nació el 13 de septiembre de 1949 en Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile.

A Marisol le sobreviven sus hijas: Paula Guida (Luis), Luisa Allen (Bob) y Andrea Contreras; hijos: Alberto Guida (Janeth) e Ignacio Guida (Briana); y sus nietos: Samantha, Juan José, Sabrina, Nicolás, Tomás, Stéfano y Luna.

Marisol fue una persona realmente feliz, amorosa y muy trabajadora. Fue la primera de la familia en radicarse en los Estados Unidos de América, abriendo así el camino para el resto de su familia y dejando atrás a su amada Venezuela. Trabajó muy duro en diferentes áreas, pero su trabajo preferido fue como agente de Bienes Raíces en la zona de Orlando, Florida. Jugar tenis era su pasión, amaba hablar por teléfono y visitar a sus hijos y nietos, y adoraba viajar para visitar familia y amigos. Otra de sus pasiones era ayudar a los necesitados y aquellos que sufren, motivo por el cual invertía gran parte de su tiempo libre en voluntariados en “Give Kids The World”. Era realmente maravillosa en la cocina, cociendo, tejiendo y, en fin, amaba crear piezas de arte con sus manos. Marisol será recordada por todos los muchos talentos que Dios le dio, al igual que por el gran amor por su familia.

Un servicio funerario para Marisol se celebrará el sábado 16 de enero del 2021, de las 4:00 pm a las 8:00pm en “Caballero Rivero Sunset”, 7355 SW 117 Avenue, Miami, FL 33183.

Memoria de afecto y expresiones de simpatía pueden ser compartidas en www.caballeroriverosunset.com para la familia González En lugar de flores, la familia agradece que cualquier donativo sea hecho en honor a Marisol en: https://give.gktw.org/fundraiser/3089596

FAMILIA

Paula Guida (Luis Salomon), Hija

Luisa Allen (Bob Allen), Hija

María Andrea Contreras, Hija

Alberto Guida (Janeth Camero), Hijo

Ignacio Guida (Briana Ferreira), Hijo

Maria "Marisol" Soledad Gonzalez, age 71, of Miami, Florida passed away on Wednesday, December 30, 2020. Maria was born September 13, 1949 in Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan, Chile.

Maria is survived by daughter Paula Guida (Luis); daughter Luisa Allen (Bob); daughter Maria Andrea Contreras; son Alberto Guida (Janeth); and son Ignacio Guida (Briana); grandchildren: Samantha, Juan Jose, Sabrina, Nicolas, Tomas, Stefano, and Luna.

Marisol was a happy, loving, and very hard-working person. She paved the road for the rest of her family to come to the USA, leaving behind her beloved Venezuela. She worked very hard on different areas but her favorite job was as realtor in the Orlando, Florida area. She loved playing tennis, talking by phone or visiting her kids and grandkids, and traveling to visit family and friends. She also had a passion for helping the needy and those who were suffering, reason why she spent some of her free time volunteering at "Give Kids The World". She was fantastic at cooking, sewing, knitting, and she loved making pieces of art with her hands. Marisol will be remembered for all of her God given talents and for the love for her family.

A memorial service for Maria will be held Saturday, January 16, 2021 from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM at Caballero Rivero Sunset, 7355 SW 117 Avenue, Miami, FL 33183.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.caballeroriverosunset.com for the Gonzalez family.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made in her honor to:

https://give.gktw.org/fundraiser/3089596

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  • FAMILY

  • Paula Guida (Luis Salomon), Daughter
  • Luisa Allen (Bob Allen), Daughter
  • Maria Andrea Contreras, Daughter
  • Alberto Guida (Janeth Camero), Son
  • Ignacio Guida (Briana Ferreira), Son

Services

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

  • Servicio Religioso

    Saturday, January 16, 2021

Memories

Maria "Marisol" Soledad Gonzalez

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Rocío Mellado González

January 19, 2021

Querida tía Marisol. No pudimos compartir tanto como hubiese sido ideal, pero aún así guardo bonitos recuerdos de infancia asociados a tus venidas a Chile. Esos veranos de mariposas en la "guata" cuando partíamos en auto a buscarte al aeropuerto. Me hubiese gustado conocerte más. Sé que fuiste una mujer luchadora, trabajadora, alegre y muy cercana a quienes te rodeaban. Lamento mucho que te hayas tenido que ir tan joven y sin despedirte.

Un abrazo muy cariñoso para mis primos y sobrinos en 2do grado. Espero puedan encontrar la paz y el consuelo, y recordarla en sus mejores momentos.

Muchos cariños desde Chile.

Juan Carlos Mellado

January 18, 2021

Nunca olvidaré la alegría y emoción que sentía cuando, siendo un niño, me enteraba de que mi tía Marisol venía a vernos a Chile. Íbamos a buscarla a su llegada al aeropuerto, y siempre llegaba con algún regalo para nosotros y contagiándonos con su espíritu animado y especial.

Queridos primos, les mando muchos cariños y un abrazo apretado en este momento tan difícil. Silencio y paz para ustedes.

I will never forget the joy and excitement I felt when, as a child, my mother told me that my aunt Marisol will came to see us in Chile. We used to go to the airport to meet her, and she always came with some present for us, and sharing with us a very special cheerful spirit.

Dear cousins, I send you a tight hug in this very hard moment. Silence and peace for all of you.

Audrey Crespo

January 15, 2021

My favorite memory of Marisol...Tia Marisol...was when she invited me to spend the summer with the family in Valencia, Venezuela. She toured me to the mountains, beaches and islands of their beautiful country. She taught me to dance the Merengue and eat street food...wow...the first bite of a Cachapa...along the highway on the way back from Caracas.

Marisol had the best laugh and love for life. She will be missed.

Audrey Johnson Crespo

Maria Paz Fernandez

January 14, 2021

Muchas gracias Marisol por los lindos recuerdos y la oportunidad de conocer partes de Florida contigo. Con tu alegria de vivir siento mucha pena que te hayas ido tan pronto, siempre te recordare. Para Paula, Luisa, Alberto Jose, Ignasio y Andrea y al resto de tu familia, un fuerte abrazo y besitos.
Paz Fernandez - Santiago, Chile

Melica Heuser

January 10, 2021

Classy/warm/silly/tenacious/industrious... and with a heart of gold. My Aunt Marisol was a wonderful person! She would walk into a room wearing an impeccably classy outfit -complete with a stunning handbag and dramatic jewelry- and then say something hilarious and outlandish, that would crack a smile on the face of a tightly-wound stranger. She was disarming and charming!

To those who followed her life's journey: from Chile, to Venezuela, to the US...the large family she would grow and nurture along the way...the careers she would jump into with gusto...they saw a woman with tenacity & resilience. I admired this. Especially her way of "bouncing back" after a struggle. She was never "beaten down." She would return from life's struggles with a better sense of humor, and an even greater zest for life.

She was famous for the things she did with her hands: sewing and cooking. She did incredible work, because she did it with love and passion. Her traditional Chilean empanadas were something else. We will miss how she fed our stomachs, along with our soul.

Thank you Marisol for being such a wonderful Aunt. We will miss you.

Love,
Melica

Graciela González

January 10, 2021

Querida Marisol:
Sé que no puedes escucharme ni leer estas palabras, porque estás durmiendo un sueño profundo. Pero quiero que sepas ¡cuánto deseo volver a verte!
Pero tú y yo sanas, sin el temor de la muerte. (Isaías 33:24)
Porque cuando tú enfermaste, nuestros corazones comenzaron a cargar una gran pena: ya no tendríamos a la Marisol alegre, positiva, que nos hacía reír y sabía superar cualquier adversidad. Pero esa felicidad puede volver, es la promesa de nuestro Creador. (Apocalipsis 21:3-5)
Serán tiempos maravillosos sobre el planeta Tierra, habitado por personas buenas, justas y amorosas, que disfrutarán de verdadera paz y seguridad para siempre. (Salmo 34:29; 2 Pedro 3:13)
En ese Nuevo Mundo quisiera volver a verte (yo me esforzaré por estar allí), para que podamos abrazar también a papá y mamá. (Juan 11:25; Mateo 5:5)
Tu hermana que te ama,
Chely

Angelica and Carl Aronson

January 9, 2021

Mi hermana Marisol,
Mucho la extraño. Empecé a extrañarla hace como cuatro años atrás cuando sus palabras fueron disminuyendo, algunas de sus recolecciones del pasado eran destorcionadas, y después solo podía expresar sus sentimientos con su mirada…siempre fué alegre. Hablábamos por teléfono casi todos los días, compartiamos experiencias, preocupaciones, y casi siempre nos moriamos de la risa por alguna vicisitud de la vida…Marisol era llena de vida y estando en la cercanía de sus hijos (as) y nietos (as) le daba fuerza de vivir.
Podría escribir un libro acerca de mi hermana, ella fué una heroina. Enfrentaba las mayores dificultades en la viva con desafío y se recuperaba con determinación de seguir adelante. Fué un ejemplar para sus hijos e hijas. Constantemente prestaba ayuda a los que la necisitaban y siempre fué admirada por su familia y todas sus queridas amistades de siempre.
Hermana, siempre te tendré presente en mi corazón.
Angelica Aronson

Angelica Aronson

January 9, 2021

My sister Marisol,
I miss her so much. I began missing her about four years ago when her speech became limited, some of her recollections from the past became distorted, and later only her eyes expressed her feelings...she was always a happy soul. We talked on the phone almost every day, to share our experiences, concerns, and almost always to have a good laugh about life...she loved life and living and having her children and grandchildren near was her purpose.
I could write a book about my sister Marisol, she was a heroin. She would take on mayor life changes with defiance and would bounce back with determination. She was a role model to her children. She was constantly helping people in need and always admired by family and her many friends.
Sister, you will always be in our hearts.

Luisa Allen

January 7, 2021

I have in my mind recorded many memories of my mom, but one that is always with me is when I was a child and she stayed all night sewing a dress for my Barbie. When I woke up in the morning I could not believe my eyes! I took my Barbie to school and let's say that somebody took it and forgot to return it. It didn't hurt me to have lost my Barbie, but to know that my mom worked so hard to make me smile. That was my mom, a person that did all to make others happy.

Bob Allen

January 7, 2021

I have many fond memories of my mother-in-law, Marisol, beginning with her paving the way for the rest of her Family moving to the United States. Our Family enjoyed many delicious dinners and desserts that Marisol prepared for us. She always wanted to help others. Marisol’s memories will always be in our hearts. May God put my mother-in-law in a special place where she will be watching over us, the people who loved and cherished her. May her soul rest in peace. Bob Allen

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