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Isabel Salazar

Isabel Salazar

Wednesday, March 10th, 1943 - Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020
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"Beloved mother, sister, grandmother and aunt, passed this past Wednesday, April 22nd. Isabel had been suffering from end-stage cirrhosis of the liver before succumbing to kidney failure. She was loved by many for her unselfish, thoughtful, and caring nature. Her death has saddened the many people that knew her. Picture shown was taken in celebration of her 77th birthday which was taken at her sister Ana's home just 44 days before her passing. It was a joyous moment in her life alongside her closest family members. She will surely be missed as our memories of her will live with us forever."

"Querida madre, hermana, abuela y tia, fallecio este pasado miercoles 22 de Abril. Isabel estuvo sufriendo en su ultima face de cirrosis del higado y por ultimo insuficiencia renal. Fue amada por mucha gente por su naturaleza cariñosa, desinteresada y considerada. Su muerte a entristecido a muchos de sus conocidos. La foto aqui mostrada fue tomada en la celebracion de sus 77 años en casa de su hermana Ana solamente 44 dias antes de su fallecimiento. Fue un momento gozoso en su vida al lado de sus seres queridos mas cercanos. Definitivamente va a ser extrañada mientras los recuerdos de ella viviran en nosotros para siempre."
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Marcos Dominguez

Posted at 11:47pm
My loving mother is no longer with us. She was one of the most considerate and affectionate persons in my life and her influence has contributed greatly to the person I am today. Her embraces were warm and filled with love. She was always supportive and made all those around her feel good. She had a generous heart and was always willing to help a friend in need. Her smile was infectious along with her laugh. She was always ready to share a funny line with her spry sense of humor. Though her health declined rapidly in those last weeks, we continued to hope that she would return to us. God allowed my mother to live with us for 5 months before our trip to Florida. My children’s relationship with their grandmother was enriched while my wife and I were given the opportunity to take care of someone that had taken care of me for so many years. During that time, we were blessed to have been able to celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s together along with the birthdays of all three of our children, my wife’s, and mine. Before she became very ill, we celebrated her 77th birthday at her sister’s home in Florida. She had not seen my aunt, uncle, or cousin for over 5 years but got to spend 10 days at their house. My older brother, who had not seen her for 4 years, flew down from New Jersey to spend all 10 days with her. She celebrated her birthday surrounded by her closest family members. During her trip, she also saw many other relatives including one of her nephews and cousins she grew up with during her childhood in Cuba. Though none of her family members could be by her side in the final moments of her life, God gave many of her closest relatives the opportunity to enjoy her company while she was alive one last time. During her final hours, one of the attending nurses called us and allowed my family to say goodbye via a video chat so through tears of sorrow, I was able to thank her for being the wonderful mother that she was. My fond memories of her will accompany me for the rest of my life. I loved my mother very much and will miss her greatly. Te quiero mucho.
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