Angelica-ARANGO-Obituary

Angelica Madiedo ARANGO

Tampa, Florida

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I smile when I realize in my daily life that you are always here..still in the kitchen making sure I dont use too much olive oil to vinegar which knives to use and making the best coffee! The smallest things bring back some of my happiest moments. You have always had my respect and love. I miss you and I will always hold you close in heart. My Nana.. Christina

Mama how I miss you already. I can never thank you enough for everything you did for me. You were there when I needed a mother, friend and confidant. You never let me down and always encouraged me by telling me that I was survivor. You know that I will keep talking to you on a daily basis because I still need your advice and intercession with Jesus to help me do even better. I will love you always,

your loving daughter Cynthia

My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I have many great thoughts of you and your help in baking and as a neighbor, as I grew up.You will surely be missed.
May God Bless you and your family.
Love,Jr.

Madrina, you will be missed. I enjoyed our talks & it was good to know you were there. Now you will be baking for God but remember to share some with mama. Love

May God give you all peace and endurance during this most difficult time. Romans 5:3,4

So sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family in this time of sorrow. Love to all

My Dear Tia,
It is with a sad heart and tears in my eyes that I write this. I love you so much and will miss you more than any one will ever know.
We had so much fun talking with each other over the telephone and I always seemed to make you laugh and chuckle!
You were there when I was a child to take care of me and I was there to help you when you lost dear Tio Emilio.
You were our Angel on this earth and were always there with a helping hand when any family member...

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Angelica's Obituary

ARANGO, Angelica "Angie" Madiedo, 88, went to be with her Lord, Jesus, on December 15, 2012. She was pre-deceased in death by her loving husband, Emilio; mother, Josefa; brothers, Francisco and John; sisters, Jennie, Tulie (Gertrude), Inez and Alice. She is survived by her two...

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