OBITUARY

Maria Carmen Muniz

August 22, 1959November 20, 2018
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Maria Carmen Muniz was born on August 22, 1959 and passed away on November 20, 2018

Services

  • Visitation Monday, November 26, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, November 27, 2018
REMEMBERING

Maria Carmen Muniz

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JOSEPHINE NOA

December 12, 2018

Carmen and I attended high school (William Howard Taft)together in the Bronx. She was the most beautiful, sweetest, and fashionable girl in the school. She would always smile when we crossed paths at school. One day we bumped into each other in 170th street in the Bronx. We talked for the first time. She invited me to church and we attended. Shortly after she moved to Florida and we lost touch. I found her in Face Book several months ago and requested her as a friend. I had no idea she was sick. I never had the chance to reconnect. I will always remember you as being a good soul and very sweet to me. One day we will reconnect. RIP beautiful lady.

Jo

Nancy Torres

November 29, 2018

Carmen and I met when I was 14 years old , we met and became friends or let’s say sisters. We have beautiful memories when in HS and as young mothers. We spoke everyday even when she moved to Florida. I went to see her and she always stayed with me for a couple of days when she was in NJ. I will miss our calls our love we shared for each other but most of all her beauty and her laughter. The Lord needed her more then we did so I know she is at piece and no longer in pain. Carmen until we see each other again my love. Love you and will always carry you in my ❤️.

Yasmin Cordova

November 27, 2018


Natalie;

I'm sorry for your mother's loss. God comfort you and your family.

Yasmin Cordova

Socorro Marte

November 26, 2018

Carmen and I went to school together back in New York as young girls in the Bronx and maintained a great relationship throughout our adulthood. Oh how sweet and beautiful she was. She was always smiling and wonderful and how bright a smile it was. This moment for me is a very sad one as I remember her last visit to New York. We had a ball!! Carmen was a very warm and genuine person, with a heart of gold. She will always be in my heart and I will hold on to every memory, every smile, every moment, and piece of happiness and beauty she brought to a room with her personality and humor. There are not enough words to describe how dear and sweet she was. She stayed so strong and brave which was a true testament to her ability to survive with humility and graciousness. Carmen I will miss you immensely and you will not be forgotten.. My buddy, my friend, te quiero mucho!!! Bye sweetie, until we meet again! I

Evelyn Anderson

November 26, 2018

Carmen was a Angel on earth. I have never met such a gentle soul as she. Although I have only known her for a short time, I can only wish that I to have the love and adoration that she has been receiving when I get my wings. We now have an Angel that will watch over us and guide us. Thank you for your friendship and blessing this earth with your presence. We all love you and will miss you.
My sincere condolences to your family and friends.

Yvette Rodriguez

November 26, 2018

We met when we were in our early 20's. You were beautiful then and even more beautiful now. You became my sister-in-law, and I got to know your glorious heart. Thank you for always being there for Gina and Gabrielle. You have been an inspiration to them. You have been unforgettable to Stephen and Jeanette, as you welcomed them as your own niece and nephew. Your love, silliness, and laughter are contiguous. I share this picture today with me , you and Beverly. You had me laughing for days. You were washing your hair and singing, pretending you were in a shampoo commercial. I miss you my sister.
May you rest in Paradise until we meet again. Forever in my heart. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Enid Rodriguez

November 26, 2018

My name is Enid and I met Carmen and her family through Dolores (Carmen's mother in law). I work at a daycare with Dolores for many years . I was invited by her to the Orlando church of Christ where she attended .To make a long story short I have known them for 20 years now We have been sisters in Christ since 1998, and through the years Carmen has always been such a friend to us .We shared many good memories.Carmen was such a good, giving,wonderful,caring,responsible loving person. She left a legacy.I will always remember her smile and her laughter.It was one of a kind.She is a child of God. I love when Dolores, Natalie, and Carmen sang to the Lord” La mano de Dios” so beautifully. What can I say Carmen we will miss you! May you rest in peace till we meet again.Hasta luego.We love you
dearly in our hearts you will always be remembered Enid , Priscilla,David,and family.With heartfelt sympathy.

Raquel Mauricio

November 25, 2018

Carmen y yo nos conocimos en un TJ Max en Deland. Luego nos encontrábamos en todas partes . Ella con una sonrisa me dijo, “Nena tú y yo tenemos que ser amigas.” Por 12 años fuimos amigas y para mi eso era un premio . Yo no soy de muchas amigas y tampoco soy muy expresiva con la gente. Pero cuando le decía amiguita me salía de lo más profundo de mi corazón. Fue un amor especial. Aunque me mude varias veces. Todos los días teníamos que hablar aunque fuera un texto. Si no hablamos era como que me faltaba algo . Mi hermana que es como mi madre y mi amiguita Carmen eran las únicas personas que sentía que podía confiar. Oramos juntas y yo confío en la mañana gloriosa que pueda abrazarla. Mi amiguita ya no mas dolor!! Hasta luego 🙏♥️😍

Griselle Mendez

November 25, 2018

I met Carmen 13 yrs ago through my friend Enid, I was attending the same church and Carmen embraced me and we became very close. I remember the many walks we would take because we were both always trying to lose weight, but we both loved cake and coffee, guess what we did after our walks. She was such a gift in my life, I thank God for allowing me to have so many wonderful memories with her. We cryed together, prayed together, laughed together. Her laugh was contagious her joy undeniable. I will miss you my friend as she would say mi amiguita !Until we meet again! I love you always!
My deepest condolences to the Muniz and Negron family may God's peace embrace you at this time.

Beverly Rodriguez

November 25, 2018

STUNNING, Loving, giving, youthful and so fun. Carmen is such a big part of my heart. Her positive energy, her spirit of a young girl is what captured my heart and if that wasn't enough her nurturing soul and words of comfort made me be the best "me" I could be. Most of all I will miss her Laugh "Cackle" that cracked me up just listening to her. I know I will see you again my sweet girl. ❤️❤️❤️