Ana Medina-Diaz Negrón, also known as Annie, 81, of Pembroke Pines, FL, passed away on March 14, 2019.
The funeral service will be held at 12:00 P.M. at Fred Hunter Funeral Home. Pastor Enrique Santiago of Iglesia Pentecostal Maranatha Assembly of God will be officiating. Visitation will be held from 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. on Monday, March 18, 2019 at Fred Hunter Funeral Home. Burial will follow the funeral at Hollywood Memorial Gardens Cemetery at 1:30 P.M. There will be a gathering to celebrate Annie's life following the burial at Annie's home.
Annie was born in San Sebastián, Puerto Rico on September 28, 1937. Annie was married to Manuel A. Negrón on December 26, 1964. They had three children, Anita, Manny and Victor.
Annie worked as a seamstress and she enjoyed cooking, taking care of her family - especially her great-grandbabies, Shiloh, Sage, and Harmony. She was also actively involved in activities at Care Advantage. Above these things, Annie loved the Lord and spent time with the Lord in prayer. She was disappointed that her health did not allow her to spend more time in church. However, Annie knew that the Lord was everywhere, even in her bedroom where she was able to spend precious time with Him.
Annie is survived by:
Spouse: Manuel A. Negrón
Children: Anita Negrón-García, Manuel A. Negrón Jr., Victor Negrón, Carlos García, Melinda García
Grandchildren: Krystal M. García-Malcolm, Karlos M. García, Manuel A. Negrón III, Oshane Malcolm, Karina García
Great-Grandchildren: Shiloh A. Malcolm, Sage A. Malcolm, Harmony Q. García
Siblings: Ernesto Medina, Ismael Medina, Carmen Medina
Annie is also survived by other family and friends.
Annie is preceded in death by Hermina Mendez, Carlina Diaz, Emerito Medina and Miquel Medina.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given:
Autoimmune Disease Research Center--Dr. Patrizio Caturegli
c/o Robert Kahl
Department of Pathology
Johns Hopkins Medicine
600 N. Wolfe Street, Carnegie 424
Baltimore, MD 21287-6417
The family of Annie wishes to thank the staff of Memorial Regional West Hospital for their amazing patient care, empathy, respect, love, and support that they provided to Annie and her family during the last month of her life, especially on the last day.
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May God continue to comfort the entire family during this difficult time. As words could not describe Ms. Ana how you will be missed. Your loving spirit, compliments and kind words.. .oh let me not forget that in credible rice you always made for every event that you were expected to bring a dish. Love You and as you are with the Lord RIP! Karen C. Smith and Family..
Anna was a beautiful lady inside and out the little I've met here she treated me like family she's going to truly missed. God bless the family and comfort them. Love Mary Lou ❤️
To Anita, Manny and Victor: I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved Mother. I have such wonderful memories of Annie. She was the one I went to hem and alter my clothes. She always took the time to council me on the way a modest and Godly woman should be. She was a living testament of what Godly woman looked like. She put God and family above all else. She is now resting with the Lord.
Your tenderness your words of encouragement your great bacalaitos and arroz con ganduleo will never be forgotten. You have made such an impact in our home and our hearts that we will never forget you. Thank you for always loving our family.
Love always Marco, Mayra. Marc,Matthew and Mitchell
Your contagious and tender smile will be missed forever, siempre sera’s especial we love you we will miss you tremendously.
Siempre sera’s especial !
Love you 😪
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