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Miguel L. Garcia

Miguel L. Garcia

Miguel L. Garcia
Miguel L. Garcia

Miguel L. Garcia
March 06, 1939 – January 25, 2024

Miguel Luis Garcia, age 84, of The Villages, Florida, handed away peacefully into Heaven on January 25, 2024 at The Villages Cornerstone Hospice House.

Miguel was born on March 6, 1939, to his mother and father, Caridad (Ramos) Garcia and Miguel Ibrain Garcia in Havana, Cuba. In 1961, Miguel left his beloved homeland in search of freedom within the United States from Castro’s Communist Dictatorship. He proudly enlisted within the U.S. Army as a part of a Cuban platoon to liberate Cuba. New Jersey was his dwelling for over 40 years the place he raised his household together with his beloved spouse. He was a hardworking household man and was employed by UPS for 30 years till his retirement. He was an avid Mets fan (Go Mets!) and may very well be noticed round city sporting his favourite Mets cap. He loved touring, dancing, singing, listening to his outdated vinyl records and CD’s, and gatherings together with his household and pals. He was a religious Catholic, a Eucharistic Minister, and often attended San Pedro Jesus Maldonado Mission. He was a social, lively man who was deeply concerned in The Villages bowling group, and cultural actions for almost all of his life in retirement. His household and pals will always remember his golden voice and can all the time keep in mind him as a loyal husband, loving son, brother, father, grandfather, and uncle, and constant good friend.

Miguel is survived by his beloved spouse of 60 years, Juana (Urena) Garcia; son, Luis Ybrain, daughter-in-law Elizabeth and grandson Gabriel De La Torre-Garcia of Hampton Township, New Jersey; daughter, Ivette Caridad and granddaughter Katherine Juliana of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey; son, Miguel Jesus and daughter-in-law Rebecca Nelson and grandchildren Mya, Michael, and Aurora Garcia of Dunnellon, Florida; his sister, Juana Mercedes Garcia Perez, of Hialeah, Florida; Maria Victoria Rosario, Alba, Jose, Stephanie, Christopher Angulo, and his nieces, nephews and cousins, and lots of loving pals who’re thought of household.

He is preceded in dying by his mother and father and his brother, Miguel Gregorio Garcia, of Florida.

Celebrations of Life shall be held in Florida and in New Jersey. The household wish to thank Father Gianni Agostinelli of San Pedro Jesus Maldonado Mission, and the various pals for his or her help throughout his sickness. In lieu of flowers, please take into account a donation in Miguel’s reminiscence to St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

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January 30, 2024 at 05:21PM

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