Sara-BLANCO-Obituary

Sara Migdalia BLANCO

Tampa, Florida

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For all friends and family that visited Mami in the ICU we just want to let you know that even though she was in her last hours with us, she was very aware that you were there with her. From what we have learned from Hospice, our hearing is the last thing to go before we pass. So if she responded to you in anyway, please know that she heard you. She heard you say, “I love you”. She heard you say, “It's alright to go”. She heard you say, “Please forgive me” and she heard every word of...

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Our Prayers Are with Orlando, Susan, Family and Friends. You Were a Blessing to Susan and I Know She Loved and Cared for You So Much. Susan Was By Your Side While You Were in the Hospital and They Couldn't Wait to Bring You Home. Now You Are Home with the Angels. God Bless!

Though I didn't know her long, I knew she was a sweet and caring person. She will truly be missed by the ones she knew and touched. May she rest in heaven and be in our thoughts and hearts.

you will be missed

I never got to know you on a one on one, but loved you through my sister susan, and she loved you so very much, and that is enough for me to love you and miss you as well,the world has lost a sweet lady,but we know you are in Heaven with our Lord

Our Wedding with Mami - Orlando & Susan Echevarria, Alissa Piñan, Beth Whittaker

Mami it has been my extreme pleasure, joy and honor to have been your caregiver for the past year. I will miss seeing your glowing face in the mornings and kissing your forehead goodnight. You have truly been a blessing in my life. I am so happy that you were able to see Orlando and I get married and know he is truly happy. You are the best mother-in-law anyone could ever asked for. I love you with my whole soul. You were an angel on earth and so many were blessed to have known you. Rest now...

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Sara's Obituary

BLANCO, Sara Migdalia, 76, of Tampa, passed away May 26, 2013. A native of Pinar del Rio, Cuba, and longtime resident of Tampa, Mrs. Blanco is survived by her loving family, daughter, Maricela Echevarria, her husband, Gilbert J. Munoz; sons, Francisco O. Echevarria, and Orlando O. (Susan)...

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