OBITUARY

Luisa Perez

June 3, 1950February 15, 2021
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Luisa Perez, age 70 of Oviedo, passed away Monday, February 15, 2021. She was born June 3, 1950 in Hempstead, New York.

She is survived by her husband, Robinson Perez, her son Joesph, daughter's Laura and Christina, her favorite daughter-in-law Carol, step-children Greg, Susan, Laura, Robbie, her grandchildren Christopher, Gianna, Anthony, Marissa, Jaimie and the most recent addition to our family Roman. A gathering of family and friends will be Saturday, February 20, 2021 from 2-3 PM at Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home, Oviedo Chapel with a Memorial service beginning at 3 PM.

Arrangements entrusted to Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home, Oviedo Chapel, 501 E. Mitchell Hammock Rd. Oviedo, Florida 32765. 407-366-8999. Please view and sign the family guestbook at www.baldwinfairchildoviedo.com

Services

  • Gathering

    Saturday, February 20, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Saturday, February 20, 2021

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Laura Varacchi

February 23, 2021

Mom, I always said you were the best mom in the whole wide world. You were always there for me no matter what. If I needed my mommy, you never let me down. I will always remember how much you loved me ❤️ Love you always and forever, see you in my dreams.

Danita Moradi

February 23, 2021

I remember the good times when Luisa and I went to the Palio Restaurant in the Swan Hotel on New Year's Eve. Our husband's, Robert and Mark served us like we were celebrities. Such great memories. We also got together at the Palio Christmas parties, too. Gotta say, those were some great times! Rest in the arms of the Lord, Luisa.

Joe, Laura, Christina and Carol Her Children

February 22, 2021

Our Mom,, who was often referred to as "Peanut and Rabbit by her husband, "Mommy by her children and "Nana" by her grandchildren, departed her loving family on February 15th, 2021.
She was born in Hempstead, NY on June 3rd to Salvatore and Felicia DeSiano.
She was a mother to Joseph, Laura and Christina. She raised her children with love and devotion in Ronkonkoma, NY with her husband Robert Perez.
As a hair stylist, Luisa purchased her own salon, Fantastic Sam's in 1990. She also attended Medical Assistant school and received her certification in 1999. She also volunteered on Saturdays in Downtown Oviedo giving free hair cuts to the under privileged and also giving haircuts to Hospice patients in their home. Her hobbies included collecting angels, going to the beach and collecting shells, oil painting, doing arts and crafts with her grandchildren and knitting them blankets. She occupied some of her time doing word puzzles.
She had a love for jewelry, fine fragrances- her favorite being Coco Channel and keeping up with the latest style trends.
Through most of her life she had many animals to spoil including her most dearest, Rosita
She is survived by her son Joesph, daughter's Laura and Christina, her favorite daughter-in-law Carol, step-children Greg, Susan, Laura, Robbie, her grandchildren Christopher, Gianna, Anthony, Marissa, Jaimie and the most recent addition to our family Roman.
She was not only a great and loving wife, mother and friend but an unconditionally devoted Nana to her grandchildren who she loved to the sun, the moon and the stars.

Her Grandchildren Christopher, Gianna, Anthony, Marissa, Jaimie and Roman

February 22, 2021

Nana’s grandchildren, Gianna, Anthony, Marissa, Chris, and me jaimie. We put together a few memorable moments that we had with nana that we would like to share. Nana not only spoiled us but let us do whatever we wanted. Anywhere from eating the raw cookie dough or brownie mix to sitting on her lap and driving her jeep liberty. Our favorite days of the week were weekends just so we can spend the night at Nana’s sleeping in her water bed, playing monopoly in the closet and making chocolate milk while watching movies. Leaving Nana’s to go back home was always the most devastating thing. Whenever she left we screamed and cried to the point we would throw up and it lasted a good hour like the world was ending. But the one thing that Nana’s always promised us after she left was to take us to red bug lake park to collect shells and go to cicis pizza for dinner and dessert.
It was always a great time when nana came over to give us haircuts even though sometimes our bangs weren’t completely straight. It’s the thought that counts.
Whenever nana showed up to take us anywhere she walked through the front door saying and I quote “Nana’s in the houseee”. From there she took us to the mall, bought us a pair of heelys, and let us ride around the mall for hours on end that day trying out our new shoes. The days were always action packed including making bracelets together and going to make pottery.
She was well known for her famous butt dialing voice mails. Whenever we seen we had a missed called from nana, we always knew there was a very interesting message on the other end.
We are beyond blessed with having the coolest nana anyone could ever ask for. Not a day went by where she didn’t call us her beautiful angels, rissa roo, pussy cat, jetaime, ant, antny, Gigi, my red headed grandchild. She always told us that she loved us to the sun, the moon, and the stars ☀️🌜🌟

Rosemarie Shapiro

February 20, 2021

My dear cousin, I am so glad I made the visit to see you a few years ago. We were able to catch up on family and reunite. You will always be remembered as one of the nicest,sweetest, most caring people I know. I am sorry you’re gone but your love and pride of your family will always be remembered.

Annette Pantano

February 18, 2021

May my dear friend louise rest in peace. I will keep her in my heart as I remember all that we shared

The Gomez

February 17, 2021

Some of my best memories are when we all spent time time at Brookmore!!! So blessed to shared our childhood together!!! Your mother was so pleasant to be around and was wonder !!

Peggy Stevens

February 17, 2021

Christina took riding lessons at Brookmore. It became time for her to get her first pony! Luisa was so happy when Christina got Legend. She would come watch lessons and horse shows. Such a great Mom!!!she will be missed!

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