Zemira Milagro Aguilar
January 10, 2019 – February 7, 2019
.Zemira Milagro Aguilar Went to her Heavenly home in the presences of her mother and father on February 7th 2019.
My little angel was ready to spread her wings but we were not. She is now in Heaven where she no longer has to suffer. We miss you so much already, baby girl! Mommy and daddy will think of you everyday and will one day hold you and kiss you again my sweet precious special baby girl.
Our little angel, Zemira was born on January 10, 2019 at 7:32 pm at St. Joseph’s Hospital. She weighed 3 lbs. 1 oz. and was 16 inches long. Zemira was baptized at birth by St. Joseph’s Chaplin, Joshua. Zemira spent her time in the NIC Unit after she was born due to chromosomal abnormality called Trisomy 18. She was born with a hole in one of her chambers in her heart and two valves in her heart that were not working well. Due to the syndrome, she would also forget to breathe and we would have to stimulate her. The odds were against her to live through pregnancy, delivery, and life after birth, but she was a fighter and fought to come home. She was discharged from the hospital on January 28th and spent her time being cared for and loved by her mother, father, and siblings. She began to struggle more and more with her oxygen levels and it became more difficult for her to breathe. On the early morning of February 7th, she passed away. She was a fighter and fought until the end of this life and is now spending eternal life with God.
Zemira Milagro is survived by her parents, Carlos and Monique Aguilar, two sisters, Desiree Canez and Nevaeh Aguilar, four brothers, Roman Aguilar, Isaac Figueroa, Joshua Figueroa, and Elisio Aguilar, grandparents, Bertha Aguilar and Richard and Teresa Estrada Cordova.
Zemira Milagro is preceded in death by two grandfathers, Ernesto Aguilar and Antonio Canez, an uncle, Anthony Canez, and a great grandmother, Alicia Estrada.
Flower donations are being accepted for Zemira’s services. I am requesting that flowers be white to reflect her innocence. Flowers can be sent to Funeraria del Angel’s funeral home.
We are also accepting donations for Zemira’s medical bills at www.gofundme.com/6rkpw0o?
Mommy’s and Daddy’s Little Miracle
At eleven weeks old, we were told you may not make it. We prayed and prayed to God to give us a miracle. You wanted to come into the world, to meet mommy and daddy. So you fought and fought and beat the odds. We cried the day you were born when you made your way to us. When I got to hold you in my arms and kiss you, was when I wanted time to still. You were so strong, you endured all obstacles for love. You were holding on to come home You were holding on to be cared for and loved. As the days went by, I could see you struggle. You were fighting to stay but God was calling you home. In the early morning, He said it was time to go. You faded away with your last breaths and I knew you were gone. You went flying with the angels and you became one. Our hearts were broken, especially mine. I died a little that day and wanted to fly with you, but God said not today and that I had to stay. You took a piece of my heart that no one will ever fill, Part of me went with you, when God took you home. We will never forget your beautiful face, you were our special little angel. God’s gift from heaven, Our little miracle.
- Visitation Friday, February 15, 2019
- Rosary Service Friday, February 15, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, February 16, 2019
- Graveside Service Saturday, February 16, 2019
Zemira Milagro Aguilar
February 12, 2019
I’m so happy to have met you and hold you in my arms. Although your tiny foot marks my finger, your beautiful face fills my heart and memory forever. I love you, Zemira! Cousin Maryann