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Cynthia Schoedinger

Jun 26, 1930 - Nov 10, 2023

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Miami Lakes, FL

Cynthia Rose Conforti Schoedinger June 26, 1930-November 10, 2023 Cynthia went to be with the Lord on 11-10-23. She is pre-deceased by her husband, Lt. Col. Edward Henry Schoedinger Jr. Ret. and her parents, Dominic and Nancy Conforti. She is survived by her three children, Pamela Lanway Hernandez (and husband JC), Mark Schoedinger (and wife Grace) and Scott Schoedinger (and wife Elaine), 3 grandchildren Brian Schoedinger, George Schoedinger (and wife Julia) and Margaret Schoedinger Reyes (and h...Read More

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Raquel Ortega

Jun 18, 1931 - Feb 10, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

Raquel Ortega, 92, de Miami Lakes, Florida falleció el 10 de febrero del 2024. Raquel le sobrevive su hija, Sara Guzman y su esposo Victor Flores; su hijos, Eduardo Guzman; ademas de sus nietos y demas familiares. Su velorio se realizará el domingo, 18 de febrero, desde las 6 p.m. hasta la media noche, en Caballero Rivero Hialeah, 373 W 9 Street, Hialeah, FL 33010. Su entierro se llevara a cabo el lunes, 19 de febrero a la 1:30 p.m. en Vista Memorial Gardens, 14200 NW 57 Avenue, Miami, FL 33054.

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Domingo Garcia Sr.

May 12, 1933 - Feb 07, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

Domingo Garcia Sr. better known by those close to him as Papi, Abuelo or Viejo, was born to Jose and Juana Garcia on May 12, 1933, in Matanzas Cuba. He grew up alongside his 5 siblings, Dagoberto, Yolanda, Jose, Luisa and Felino Garcia. Domingo met his wife Hedi Garcia, as a teenager and they were married on June 24, 1954. He was a dedicated provider and a loving father to their four children, Domingo Jr., Marilyn, Maribel and Jesus. Domingo prioritized family and hard work and always hoped to instill those values in his children and grandchildren. He loved watching baseball, taking care of his fruit trees and dogs, and spending time at the family business. He was always willing to help out those he knew and above all he loved nothing more than spending time with his 4 children, 12 grandchildren, and 19 great grandchildren. He was very much loved. He will be remembered on Monday Feb. 12th 2024 from 10-2pm at Vista Funeral Home 5755 NW. 142 st. Miami Lakes, FL. 33014 Domingo García Sr., más conocido por su familia como Papi, Abuelo o Viejo, nació de padres José y Juana García el 12 de mayo de 1933 en Matanzas Cuba. Creció junto a sus 5 hermanos, Dagoberto, Yolanda, José, Luisa y Felino García. Domingo conoció a su esposa Hedi García cuando era adolescente y se casaron el 24 de junio de 1954. Fue un proveedor dedicado y un padre amoroso para sus cuatro hijos, Domingo Jr., Marilyn, Maribel y Jesús. Domingo priorizó la familia y el trabajo duro y siempre esperó inculcar esos valores a sus hijos y nietos. Le encantaba ver béisbol, cuidar sus árboles frutales y sus perros y pasar tiempo en el negocio familiar. Siempre estuvo dispuesto a ayudar a sus conocidos y, sobre todo, no amaba más pasar tiempo con sus 4 hijos, 12 nietos y 19 bisnietos. Fue muy querido.

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Jose O. Prieto

Mar 23, 1931 - Feb 02, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

Jose O. Prieto, 92, peacefully passed away on February 2, 2024 surrounded by his loving family. He is survived by his 2 children and in-laws: Ana (Juan) Reyes & Jose A. (Magaly) Prieto; and 3 grandchildren: John Alexander Reyes, Adrian Joseph Reyes & Marilyn Prieto. Jose's viewing will be held on Thursday, February 8, 2024 at 6pm. His funeral services will be held the following day, Friday, January 9, 2024 at 1pm.

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Mary Elsy Suarez

Jun 28, 1939 - Jan 15, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

We are sad to announce the passing of Mary Elsy Suarez on January 15, 2024. She was 84 years old. Mary passed away surrounded by her loved ones. Surviving Mary is her husband, Richard Suarez, her three adult daughters: Aurora McKenny, Wilma Aleman, and Claudia Leonard, her two sons in laws Vernard McKenny and Hector Aleman, seven grandchildren: Michael and Mathew McKenny, Jousha Dias, Xiomara and Hugh Leonard, Priscilla, and Rachel Aleman and two great-granddaughters: Tailor and Ashely McKenny. The funeral viewing will be held on Saturday, January 27, 2024, from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with a short service at noon at Vista Funeral Home located at 5755 NW 142nd Street, Miami Lakes, FL. 33014, Ph: 305-330-1496.

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Thiago Alexis Canelo-Cid

Jul 02, 2016 - Jan 17, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

July 2, 2016 - January 17, 2024 Thiago Alexis Canelo-Cid, fallecio durante una fuerte y angustiada lucha contra un ataque de asma el 17 de Enero del 2024. Thiago fue un niño cariñoso, inocente, tierno y protector. Le gustaba jugar y compartir tiempo con sus dos hermanos pequeños Lucas y Theodore, haciendo travesuras en todos lados con su liderazgo. A Thiago también le encantaba jugar y aprender sobre videojuegos con su hermano mayor Aramis. La comida favorita de Thiago era pollo-cheese (mozzarella sticks) que ordenaba cada vez que salía a comer en cualquier restaurante. Thiago es sobrevivido por sus padres Branden Marie Cid y Diego Moreno-Canelo. Y sus hermanos Aramis, Lucas y Theodore. Por favor acompáñanos este 23 de Enero a las 6pm para un servicio conmemorativo en la funeraria Vista, 5755 NW 142 Street Miami Lakes, FL 33014.

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Carlos E Ortega

Feb 20, 1936 - Jan 19, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

Carlos E Ortega, age 87, of Miami Lakes, Florida passed away on Friday, January 19, 2024. A visitation for Carlos will be held Wednesday, January 24, 2024 from 4:00 PM to 11:59 PM at Caballero Rivero Sunset, 7355 SW 117 Ave, Miami, FL 33183. A funeral service will occur Thursday, January 25, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM at Caballero Rivero Sunset.

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Caridad Perez

Nov 06, 1944 - Jan 16, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

Caridad Perez, age 79, of Miami Lakes, Florida passed away on Tuesday, January 16, 2024. A visitation for Caridad will be held Monday, January 22, 2024 from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM at Caballero Rivero Hialeah, 373 W 9 Street, Hialeah, FL 33010. A rosary service will occur Monday, January 22, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at St Benedict Catholic Church, 701 W 77 Street, Hialeah, FL 33014. A committal service will occur Monday, January 22, 2024 from 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM at Our Lady of Mercy, 11411 NW 25 Street, Doral, FL 33172.

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Lidia Lavandeira

Jul 12, 1932 - Jan 15, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

English It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Lidia Lavandeira, our beloved mother, at the age of 91. Lidia was not only a remarkable wife but also a devoted mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. She peacefully departed on January 15, 2024, surrounded by her family. In 1961, Lidia embarked on a new chapter in the United States from Cuba, alongside the love of her life, Ricardo, and their infant daughter Iraida. Together, they expanded their family with the additions of Ricardo, David, and Danny. Lidia's unwavering commitment to her family always took precedence, making her a loving and devoted wife. Throughout most of her life, Lidia worked as a skilled seamstress, later dedicating herself to caring for her numerous grandchildren. Her passions included knitting and traveling the world. Lidia leaves behind a legacy cherished by her surviving children (Iraida, Ricardo, David, and Danny), grandchildren (Sandra, Monica, Luis, Kimberly, Kellie, Richard, Antoinette, and David), and great-grandchildren (Jonathan, Christian, Liza, Isabella, and Angelina). May her memory live on in the hearts of those she touched. Spanish Con profunda tristeza, anunciarnos el fallecimiento de Lidia Lavandeira, nuestra querida madre, a la edad de 91 años. Lidia no solo fue una esposa excepcional, sino también una madre, abuela y bisabuela dedicada. Partió en paz el 15 de enero de 2024, rodeada por su familia. En 1961, Lidia emprendió un nuevo capítulo en los Estados Unidos desde Cuba, junto al amor de su vida, Ricardo, y su hija pequeña Iraida. Juntos, ampliaron su familia con la llegada de Ricardo, David y Danny. La dedicación inquebrantable de Lidia hacia su familia siempre tuvo prioridad, haciéndola una esposa amorosa y entregada. A lo largo de la mayor parte de su vida, Lidia trabajó como habilidosa costurera, dedicándose más tarde al cuidado de sus numerosos nietos. Sus pasiones incluían tejer y recorrer diferentes rincones del mundo. Lidia deja un legado apreciado por sus hijos sobrevivientes (Iraida, Ricardo, David y Danny), nietos (Sandra, Mónica, Luis, Kimberly, Kellie, Richard, Antoinette y David) y bisnietos (Jonathan, Christian, Liza, Isabella y Angelina). Que su memoria perdure en los corazones de aquellos a quienes tocó.

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Arthur Berardelli

Nov 23, 1941 - Jan 11, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

Services will be held at Vista Funeral Home. In memory and celebration of the life of Arthur Berardelli, who at the age of 82, has left us to embark on the grandest adventure of them all. Arthur passed away surrounded by the love of his family, leaving behind a legacy of laughter, wisdom, and an impressive collection of scotch, coins, and stamps. Arthur is survived by his beloved wife, his cherished stepdaughter, a whimsical Frenchie, and a multitude of friends whose lives he touched with his vibrant personality and generous spirit. Known for being the life of any party, Arthur's sense of humor and infectious laughter will be dearly missed and fondly remembered. In his professional life, Arthur was a master of all trades. At the helm of a large scale pathology lab, he was respected for his precision and dedication. His financial acumen as an adviser at Shay Financial Services earned him accolades and the trust of those he guided through the intricacies of investment and planning. Beyond his achievements, Arthur was a man of boundless curiosity and adventure. His passport bore the stamps of countless countries, a testament to his love for exploring the world. Whether he was fishing in tranquil waters or savoring the exotic flavors of new cuisines, Arthur embraced every experience with enthusiasm. Arthur's collection of whiskey was more than a hobby—it was a journey through the art of distillation. Each bottle told a story, a reminder of the places he had been and the friends he had made. His coins and stamps were not mere collectibles; they were pieces of history, tokens of a world he cherished and sought to preserve. In honoring Arthur's memory, we raise a glass to a life well-lived and to a man who made every moment count. He may have taken his last bow, but the curtain will never close on the joy he brought to our lives. Rest in peace, dear Arthur. May your journey be filled with the discovery and delight you so loved in life.

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Yolanda Lopez

Oct 06, 1936 - Jan 06, 2024

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Miami Lakes, FL

Yolanda Lopez, 87 years old, was reunited with her husband in heaven on January 6th, 2024. She was born to the late Jose Segura and Concepcion Martinez in Moron, Cuba on October 6th, 1936. She was married to Aramis Lopez Sr. on October 14th, 1961. She is survived by son Aramis Lopez Jr., son Juan Javier Lopez, grandson Kristopher Anthony Lopez, granddaughters Krysti Caroline Gomez, Jessenia Lopez, Ivanna Lopez, and great granddaughters Olivia Ren Gomez and Cecilia Rose Gomez. To escape from communist Cuba, she and her family left everything behind and moved to the United States. She studied bookkeeping in Cuba, but in the United States she worked for many years as a seamstress to help her family get ahead, and subsequently worked in accounting alongside her husband at their family business. Yolanda (Yoli) loved to cook and prided herself on always having enough food and a seat at the table for anyone who stopped by. She was best known for her famous and delicious croquetas. When her children and grandchildren visited, she made sure everyone was fed, and if they refused, she would pack the food in containers for them to take home. She was very caring and humble, with a heart of gold. Yoli loved watching Mr.Bean, old family home videos, and recounting stories about the early years of her children and grandchildren. She especially loved to garden. Her patio was covered with plants, which she spent many hours caring for. Her home was adorned with roosters, a tribute to her hometown’s symbol. It was a fun family game to guess how many roosters were in her home, the latest estimate being 220! She also loved to dance in family gatherings, and even as of recently, she found the strength to dance with her husband one last time. Even though her children were grown, the nurturing and motherly side of Yoli never ceased. She was a mother to everyone she knew, and she was loved by so, so many. Yoli was very dedicated to her family and loved being around her three sisters, Santa, Daisy, and Omayda. She was married to her husband for 62 years and the love they had for each other transcended beyond time and space, and will continue to live on, even after their passing. Anyone wishing to send the family a message or share a story is asked to visit Yolanda’s memorial page at www.vistafunerals.com. Yolanda López, de 87 años, fue reunida con su esposo en el cielo el 6 de enero del 2024. Ella nació el 6 de octubre de 1936 en Morón, Cuba. Sus padres fueron José Segura y Concepcion Martínez. Ella se casó con Aramis López Sr. el 14 de octubre de 1961. Ella es sobrevivida por sus dos hijos Aramis López Jr. y Juan Javier Lopez, nieto Kristopher Anthony Lopez, nietas Krysti Caroline Gómez, Jessenia Lopez, e Ivanna Lopez, bisnietas Olivia Ren Gómez y Cecilia Rose Gómez. Para escapar de la Cuba comunista, ella y su familia dejaron todo atrás y se mudaron a los Estados Unidos. Ella estudió teneduría de libros en Cuba, pero en Estados Unidos trabajó durante muchos años como costurera para ayudar a su familia a salir adelante, y posteriormente trabajó en contabilidad junto a su esposo en el negocio familiar. A Yolanda (Yoli) le encantaba cocinar y se enorgullecía de tener siempre suficiente comida y un asiento en la mesa para cualquiera que pasara por allí. Era mejor conocida por sus famosas y deliciosas croquetas. Cuando sus hijos y nietos la visitaban, se aseguraba de que todos comieran y, si se negaban, empaquetaba la comida en recipientes para que se la llevaran a casa. Ella era muy cariñosa y humilde, con un corazón de oro. A Yoli le encantaba ver comedias de Mr. Bean, viejos vídeos caseros y contar historias sobre los primeros años de sus hijos y nietos. También le gustaba mucho su jardín. Su patio estaba cubierto de plantas, que dedicaba muchas horas a cuidar. Su casa estaba adornada con gallos, un homenaje al símbolo de Morón, su ciudad natal. Era un juego familiar y divertido adivinar cuántos gallos había en su casa; ¡el último estimado era 220! También le encantaba bailar en reuniones familiares e incluso recientemente encontró la fuerza para bailar con su esposo por última vez. Aunque sus hijos crecieron, el lado maternal y cariñoso de Yoli nunca cesó. Era madre para todos los que conocía y era amada por muchísimas personas. Yoli era muy dedicada a su familia y le encantaba estar cerca de sus tres hermanas, Santa, Daisy y Omayda. Estuvo casada con su esposo durante 62 años y el amor que se tenían trascendió más allá del tiempo y el espacio, y seguirá viviendo, incluso después de su fallecimiento. Cualquiera que desee enviar un mensaje a la familia o compartir una historia, debe visitar la página conmemorativa de Yolanda en www.vistafunerals.com.

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