Ramon Luis Correa Arroyo

Ramón, better known by his family and friends as “Mongüi” was born on November 23, 1944 in the town of Carolina, Puerto Rico to his parents Jesús Correa Matos and María Dominga Arroyo Cruz.

Ramón served in the U. S. Army for a total of 21 years, serving in the Vietnam War and Desert Storm Conflict.

Ramón is survived by his loving wife of 51 years of marriage, Luz María Cancel Morán, his eldest son Luis Daniel Correa Cancel, daughter Zuleika Correa Cancel, daughter in law Keila Correa, grandchildren Keidan Daniel and Luz Aurora Correa and his godson Jesús Antonio Ceballos Belt.

Ramón enjoyed listening to music, reading and gardening during his leisure time. He was also an expert of the culinary arts, but above all he enjoyed spending time with his family whom he loved deeply. Ramón, better known to his family and friends as “Mongüi” was born on November 23, 1944 in Carolina, Puerto Rico, to Jesús Correa Matos and María Dominga Arroyo Cruz.

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