Carmen Benavides

On Sunday June 12 at 12:30 in the morning our mother Carmen Benavides departed for her eternal abode, surrounded by the love of her children Evelyn Parra, Tania Parra and Carlos Del Pino, subject in peace to God’s design for her life.

Carmencita was born in Rubio, her parents Cenair and Apolinar, her life was a journey hand in hand with her beloved Salvador since she was a brave and brave girl, I love and respect her parents, with a great helpful spirit for her mother and her brothers Elena, Josefa, Rafael, Orfelina, Jesus, Guillermo and Nina. He graduated from the “Gervasio Rubio” Normal School and worked as a teacher for 30 years, leaving traces of love and self-improvement in many of his students.

As a result of her marriage to Orlando Parra, her daughters Evelyn and Tania Parra were born, her dedication to caring for her daughters became her greatest delight and commitment, building a family her greatest life project, she has known Merceditas Pérez for more than 30 years and his family who introduced him to Jesus Christ as the way, the truth and the life, from then on serving God with everything he had and was was his greatest vocation.

His grandchildren Mariangel, María Paola and Samuel David, gladdened his heart and filled his days with anecdotes and stories, his prayers transcend time and space even today we feel the peace of a life in God’s design and now he enjoys the eternal love of our Lord and God.

Jesus said to her: I am the resurrection and the life; whoever believes in me, even if he is dead, will live

John 11:25

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