Carmen Rosa Negron

Carmen Rosa Negron of Orlando Florida, age 58, passed peacefully into the arms of the Lord on November 8th, 2022. Carmen was born on May 12, 1964, in Vega Baja, PR and is preceded in death by her parents Teodoro and Juanita, her mother Sergia, and her brother “Papo”. Carmen moved to Florida in 1980 and found great joy and pride in her work with young children as a daycare aide, and in raising her family and creating a beautiful, welcoming home for her family and friends.

Carmen is survived by her father Juan Ortiz, her partner Juan Carlo Gonzalez, and the father of her two beloved sons, Jaime Enrique Seda Sr. She is also survived by her sons Jaime Enrique Seda Jr and Jean Carlo Seda, and three grandchildren, Isabella, Sophia, and Arihanna, all residing in the Orlando area. Further survived by siblings, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family.

Carmen loved children and enjoyed spending time with all of the youngest members of her family the most. She loved to dance and to enjoy spaces filled with music and laughter. Good food, her favorite music, and her family all in one place brought a smile to her face that we will all remember. Carmen will be remembered most for the unconditional love she showed to everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. She took great pride in her children and family, and leaves behind a legacy filled with strong bonds and many joyful memories. She will be dearly missed by those that love her.

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