Born On: November 26, 1947
Passed On: August 20, 2020
Daisy Cintron age 72 was born on November 26, 1947 and passed away on August 20, 2020. Daisy was preceded in death by her mother, Santa Rivera and three siblings, Angel, Eddie and Lillian. Daisy is survived by four children, Marino (Esther) Cintron, Otilia Rosa (Louis) Cruz, Alvina Nina Cruz, Annette (George) Cintron Tsiouris; grandchildren, Raymond Cintron, Melissa Cintron, Desire Torres, Christopher Cruz, Joey Cintron, and Manny Chinerro; great-grandchildren, McKenzie, Mason, Neo, Mariah, Kamrine, Salma, Selena, Carmine, Luis Daniel, Christian, Ashton; four siblings, Fred, Miriam, Eraida, and Elvin. She was a member of Christian Life Church. According to her wishes cremation has taken place and no services will be held.
If you know my mother,then you know this…Daisy was a strong spiritual woman full of life and much creativity. Always loving,always providing, always caring, yet witty and strongwilled. She always gave good advice or very strong council, that it would change the life or situation of the person she was offering wisdom too. She was loved by many that tread her path. 💖
Her dancing was dynamic, graceful and classy along with her beautiful dress wear. Her sassiness was never old as well as her humor. She lit up a room and I believe she knew it. LoL
The attention she sought was that of good,to put a smile on people’s faces or cause a happy vibe in the atmosphere.She was loved by many that tread her path. 💖
Needless to say if she got a bad vibe from you, she’d tell where to go and how to get there. LoL
Sadly some of these things listed above she could no longer be due to her illness (Dementia).
I strongly must admit by Gods Amazing Grace.
Many (Family members, Lifecircles Staff, Alliance Staff, and Church family) were still able to experience alot of most things listed above. She was loved by many that tread her path. 💖
Walking through this battle with my mother was never easy. The 7yr. journey seemed long. Most of the time we ran Gracefully with Jesus in the forefront. On both sides,hers and mine. Through all the joy,all the heartache, all the gladness, all the sadness, all the anger,all the laughter, and all the tears….Dementia did not beat my mother.My Dear Mother Daisy, beat dementia ❣
Because she was Loved by many that tread her path💖
You will Truely be Missed.
Running the Race
Matt.24:13, 1 Tim.6:12
Dancing in Heaven💃
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