OBITUARY

Gloria Sanchez Silvera

November 8, 1941February 6, 2019
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Gloria Sanchez Silvera was born on November 8, 1941 and passed away on February 6, 2019.

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  • Celebración de la Vida Sunday, February 10, 2019
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Gloria Sanchez Silvera

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Elsa Garcia

February 9, 2019

Desde la primera vez que nos presentaron, sabia lo importante que serias en mi vida,me senti tan privilegiada cuando me regalaste algo tan valioso para ti por haber pertenecido a tu familia por 5 generaciones,pero mas orgullosa cuando me adoptaste como tu hija,Toda hija se sentiria orgullosa de tener una mama Como TU.Te amo mami,tu hija Elsa.


Markus Lorscher

February 9, 2019

“ You always remains close to our hearth, because you leave beautiful memories for us to cherish . “ God Bless You !

Hady Acevedo

February 9, 2019

Glorita you and your husband open your sweet home in Thanksgiving Day 2009 my first day in U.S.A. , your family and friends gave my daughter and I the most beautiful and lovely welcome! Since that they you made feel like a member of your family. Many happiness, laughters and trips we shared. Your kindness and sincerity full in love and faith is the best heritage that we’ll preserve for ever. How your name means you are in heaven, Gloria🙏🏼

You live in our thoughts, We love so much !

Raquel Bernett-Gutierrez

February 8, 2019

I was 8 years old when I first met mami and papi. I am know 53 years old. So it has been a very long time. I too like of all of those that knew them was adopted into their loving hearts. Mami and papi were best friends with my grandparents and Tía Mayo. I have many loving memories of my childhood and my adult hood with them. I will miss mommy very much. They made me fill very special to call me their daughter. They inherited many friends and children that were family to them as I was. She leaves a legacy of love in all of us that were blessed to know her. Rest in peace mami.

Tammy Horton

February 8, 2019

I met Al and Gloria in the summer of 1979. I had just graduated high school. I was in Miami just for a few weeks and it was my first time away from home. I went to a school in Miami and they had an ice cream shop that I passed every day. Nearly every day, a group of students, would eat lunch at their place. I asked them, before I moved back to Ohio, if I could have their address to write to them. We wrote back and forth for many years. I sent pictures of my wedding, my babies, and my life. We shared a bond that grew and grew. They eventually were like another set of parents to me. I called them MOM and DAD. I LOVE YOU!

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