Carmen H. Fernández-Tormos

Carmen H. Fernández-Tormos. Our hearts are sad for your departure, since you left and left with the Lord on October 21, 2022. Our dear Carmen, better known as Grandma, was a spectacular human being full of great joy and above all, very witty with her words.

You were born on January 12, 1940 in our beloved island of Puerto Rico, daughter of Magdalena and Antonio. We will always remember you because you were an excellent mother, daughter, wife, aunt, and above all the best Grandma in the world for your grandchildren and great-grandchildren. We thank God for allowing us to share such beautiful moments by your side. And even at your 82 years of age he could still bacillate and relax with you in such a special way.

We remember the day of your departure and although our hearts are still afflicted, we are happy because you left in peace, calm and without pain and surrounded by much love with your loved ones. We will always remember you and now we will have a beautiful angel who will take care of all of us. We love you and you will forever be in our hearts

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