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VALDEZ-ROMERO, Horacio Into the loving arms of his Savior Jesus The Christ, untimely of heart complications while under care at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, MA on October 8th, 2016, surrounded by close family members. Originally from Sanarate, El Progreso, Guatemala, Central America in June 5th 1934. An ordained Presbyterian minister for more than 40 years, after serving ministerial calls in Central America, Puerto Rico and New Jersey, Rev. Valdez came to Boston in 1986 to establish The Primera Iglesia Presbiteriana "El?m" de Boston, as the first Presbyterian Latin-American Spanish speaking congregation under the care of the Presbytery of Boston, next to the West Roxbury courthouse at the facilities of the Forest Hills Covenant Church. Preceded by his wife of more than 50 years D. Myriam Q. de Valdez at the end of 2013. Rev. Valdez is survived by his daughters M. Patricia Carpino, Debora E. Green and his son Horacio Valdez II, sons-in-law Armando Carpino, Roberto Green Sr. and daughter-in-law Gisela Valdez-Cott. Rev. Valdez is also survived by his grandchildren Roberto Green Jr. and his wife Sherilynne, Andrew Green, Joshua Green, Daniel A. Carpino, Matthew A. Carpino, Veronica G. Valdez, and Alexandra G. Valdez, and his great grandchildren Jariel R. Green and Roselyn J. Green. Visiting hours Tues 5-7 pm at the Folsom Funeral Home, 87 Milton Street, DEDHAM, followed by a Funeral Service at the Funeral Home at 7 pm. Private interment will be in Fairview Cemetery, Hyde Park. For directions and guestbook please visit website.



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Published in The Boston Globe on Oct. 10, 2016
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