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Miranda, Carmen
1980 - 2018
Carmen Miranda, 37, a devoted mother, wife, and big sister, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family and close friends on August 9, 2018. Carmen grew up in Milwaukee, WI and attended Marquette University before moving to New Albany, OH. She will be tremendously missed by her devoted husband of thirteen years, Chris, and her young son Quinten. Her passion for retail brought her to Columbus and she spent 10 years working in Production & Sourcing, which allowed her to travel globally and expand her friendship and leadership around the world. Most recently she served as Vice President for Global Sourcing, Supplier Services at JP Morgan Chase. Carmen filled her weekends, with trips to Starbucks, cheering on the Yankees and hosting Sunday dinner for her sisters and their families. Those that had the privilege of calling Carmen a friend or colleague described her as the strongest woman they knew and a force to be reckoned with. Her smile lit up the lives of those who knew her. Carmen's #CKCA will be remembered as a symbol of her never surrender attitude that inspired all who met her. Carmen was preceded in death by her dear Grandma Emma. She is survived by and will be greatly missed by her mother, Doris Roche and devoted sisters Andrea (Jared) McCarthy and Danielle (Jamie) Buetel, who reside in Columbus. She is also survived by her brothers Louis and Edward Roche; and her brothers-in-law Willie (Shari) Miranda Jr. and Brian (Allison) Miranda. Carmen will be remembered by her nieces and nephews Christine, Julia, Matthew, Grayson and Cole as well as her Tias and Tios Daisy, Carmen, Tata, Juni and Nene. A celebration of Carmen's life will be held at New Albany Methodist Church, 20 Third Street, New Albany 43054 on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at 2PM with Dr. Frank Luchsinger officiating. He will be assisted by Pastors Keri Schmidt and Carol Betts who also journeyed in faith and friendship with Carmen. The family will be receiving friends for visitation at the church prior to the service from 12 noon to 2PM. In lieu of flowers Carmen's family is asking that memorial donations be made to her #CKCA team for the 2018 Light the Night sponsored by the Columbus . The family would also like to thank the dedicated teams at The James who provided Carmen extraordinary medical care and compassion and the New Albany Methodist friends that supported her courageous and joyful life. Arrangements were entrusted to Schoedinger Northeast Chapel. To share online condolences and memories, please visit www.schoedinger.com.
Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Aug. 13, 2018
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