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Soledad Quintero Silva

April 22, 1935 — October 8, 2023

Soledad Quintero Silva, a remarkable woman who touched the lives of many, passed away on Sunday, October 8, 2023. Born on April 22, 1935, Soledad lived a life filled with passion, love, and unwavering dedication to her family. Her departure from this world leaves behind an indescribable void that will forever be felt by those who had the privilege of knowing her.

Throughout her life, Soledad was a pillar of strength and resilience. She was the beloved wife of the late Francisco Silva, a partnership that exemplified devotion and commitment. Their love story was one for the ages, standing as a testament to the power of enduring love that transcends time. Although Francisco's departure saddened her heart, Soledad carried his memory in every breath she took.

As a mother, Soledad poured boundless love and care into the lives of her three children: Jesse Silva, Frank Silva Jr., and Jose Angel Silva. She was also the dear mother-in-law of Jeri Silva. She navigated the joys and challenges of parenthood with grace and wisdom, imparting valuable life lessons while instilling within them a deep sense of compassion and kindness. Soledad's children were her pride and joy; their achievements brought immeasurable happiness to her heart.

Soledad also held the title of a proud grandmother to David Keith Silva. She cherished their bond dearly and found immense joy in watching him grow into an exceptional young man. David was truly blessed to have Soledad as his grandmother, as she nurtured his dreams with unwavering support and encouragement.

In addition to her immediate family members, Soledad shared a strong bond with her siblings: Ramiro, Daniel, Jesus, Rafael, Maria, Socorro, Ezequiel, Beautrice, Salvador, Ubaldo, Maria Issac and Lupe. Together they formed an unbreakable support system that sustained them through both joyful and challenging times. Soledad's role as a sister was a source of profound love and guidance, an unbreakable bond that forever connected their souls.

Soledad's warm and generous spirit extended to her nieces and nephews, who affectionately regarded her as their kind aunt. She strived to be a constant source of love and inspiration in their lives, offering guidance whenever it was needed. Soledad's nurturing nature left an indelible mark on the hearts of her extended family, and her memory will continue to live on through them.

Soledad was preceded in death by her parents, Ezequiel and Virginia Quintero. As she reunites with them in the serenity of eternity, it is comforting to know that she is enveloped in the warmth of their embrace once more.

As we mourn the loss of Soledad Quintero Silva, let us remember the light she brought into our lives. Her gentle smile, compassionate heart, and unwavering love touched the souls of all who knew her. Though we grieve our loss, let us also celebrate the legacy she leaves behind – one filled with love, strength, and unbreakable bonds of family.

In honoring Soledad's memory, let us strive to carry forth her spirit of unconditional love and compassion. May we find solace in knowing that she has found everlasting peace in the embrace of her loved ones who departed before her. Farewell, dearest Soledad; your beautiful soul will forever remain etched in our hearts.

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