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Carmen Orta

Passed Away on November 20, 2023


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Carmen Orta

July 19, 1941 – November 20, 2023

Carmen Orta passed on November 20, 2023 in Queen Creek, AZ. She was 82 years old. Carmen was the beloved mother of Carmen (husband Jesus), Angelica, Ana (husband Hector), Vesaida and Jose (husband Robert). She is survived by seven grandchildren David (wife Ysenia), Ralphy (wife Yamilet), Celi, Sandi (husband Alberto), David, Hector, Betsy (husband Gabriel), a multitud of great-grand babies and a great-great-grandbaby. She also had 6 siblings still living, Manolo, Blanca, Lita, Mona, Felix and Mingo whom all adored her. She found happiness in giving her bendicion and hugging and kissing her loved ones whenever possible.

Carmen was born in Lares, Puerto Rico.  She married and had children in Chicago. She escaped the harsh winters by moving to Queen Creek, AZ.  She lived simply, yet considered herself rich in family. Carmen loved her family deeply and considered them her greatest treasure. She loved playing dominos, bingo and the lottery.  She was generous and loving and always spoke her truth.  She cooked with love, adobo and sofrito.  She advocated for the family to stay united and will forever be lovingly remembered as our vieja and wela.

She praised God amidst her hardships and aliments. Her light will be missed but we rejoice that she is now in heaven saying benidicion to Jesus and he’s telling her “Te bendigo”.  We know she has been welcomed by her family (her parents, her brothers, her grandchildren Jesse and Joey, and her great-granddaughter Gabby). In heaven, she can once again walk, see and talk without pain  She is made anew and we will see her again.  She lived a full and impactful life and her legacy will live on through her family. Wela we love you!

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8 responses to “Carmen Orta”

  1. Lisa says:

    Carmen took care of my sister and I as kids. Though her tile of babysitter, she was way more. We developed a family bond. My heart is absolutely broke for the family. Carmen may you rest in peace. Thank you so much for your love. I will forever cherish it.

  2. Lorrie Baron Cevallos says:

    I am forever grateful for Carmen’s loving and compassionate heart helping me watch my daughter. I was so blessed at how she took such loving care of my daughter Jeanine. My daughter adored Carmen and her food. She was a beautiful woman inside and out and I’m grateful to have known her. Rest well dear Carmen
    Love Lorrie, Jeanine and Anna

  3. Alixa Rodriguez says:

    To the Orta Family;
    My deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. She was blessed to have a wonderful family. May your fond memories of her bring you peace and comfort. Rest in peace, Ms. Orta.

  4. La recordaremos Siempre, Checo Acevedo, Migdalia y Familia says:

    Reciban nuestro mas sentido pésame. Dios les dé el Consuelo en estos momentos de tan lamentable pérdida. Descance en Paz Tia Carmín. Ahora Ella goza de las promesas de Dios donde no hay dolor ni sufrimiento.

  5. Tomasz says:

    I am very sorry for your loss Jose. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Stay strong in those difficult moments. My thoughts and praying are with you.

  6. Roseann Santiago says:

    Doña Carmen was always kind and loving to me and my girls. She always welcomed me into her home with open arms y un Dios los bendiga. She also gave birth to one of my best friends who I love very much, Papo Fingers. Doña Carmen will be truly missed but her legacy will live on through her children. May she rest in eternal peace.

  7. Sophie Augustine says:

    This is so beautiful and she was such a beautiful lady. May she rest in peace and may God bless her and her family!

  8. Tim & Brenae Maddix says:

    Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved matriarch. You all are in our thoughts and prayers as you remember her life and honor her legacy.
    Peace & Blessings- Tim & Brenae Maddix and Family

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Carmen Orta

Passed Away on November 20, 2023


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Carmen Orta

July 19, 1941 – November 20, 2023

Carmen Orta passed on November 20, 2023 in Queen Creek, AZ. She was 82 years old. Carmen was the beloved mother of Carmen (husband Jesus), Angelica, Ana (husband Hector), Vesaida and Jose (husband Robert). She is survived by seven grandchildren David (wife Ysenia), Ralphy (wife Yamilet), Celi, Sandi (husband Alberto), David, Hector, Betsy (husband Gabriel), a multitud of great-grand babies and a great-great-grandbaby. She also had 6 siblings still living, Manolo, Blanca, Lita, Mona, Felix and Mingo whom all adored her. She found happiness in giving her bendicion and hugging and kissing her loved ones whenever possible.

Carmen was born in Lares, Puerto Rico.  She married and had children in Chicago. She escaped the harsh winters by moving to Queen Creek, AZ.  She lived simply, yet considered herself rich in family. Carmen loved her family deeply and considered them her greatest treasure. She loved playing dominos, bingo and the lottery.  She was generous and loving and always spoke her truth.  She cooked with love, adobo and sofrito.  She advocated for the family to stay united and will forever be lovingly remembered as our vieja and wela.

She praised God amidst her hardships and aliments. Her light will be missed but we rejoice that she is now in heaven saying benidicion to Jesus and he’s telling her “Te bendigo”.  We know she has been welcomed by her family (her parents, her brothers, her grandchildren Jesse and Joey, and her great-granddaughter Gabby). In heaven, she can once again walk, see and talk without pain  She is made anew and we will see her again.  She lived a full and impactful life and her legacy will live on through her family. Wela we love you!

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8 responses to “Carmen Orta”

  1. Lisa says:

    Carmen took care of my sister and I as kids. Though her tile of babysitter, she was way more. We developed a family bond. My heart is absolutely broke for the family. Carmen may you rest in peace. Thank you so much for your love. I will forever cherish it.

  2. Lorrie Baron Cevallos says:

    I am forever grateful for Carmen’s loving and compassionate heart helping me watch my daughter. I was so blessed at how she took such loving care of my daughter Jeanine. My daughter adored Carmen and her food. She was a beautiful woman inside and out and I’m grateful to have known her. Rest well dear Carmen
    Love Lorrie, Jeanine and Anna

  3. Alixa Rodriguez says:

    To the Orta Family;
    My deepest condolences on the loss of your mother. She was blessed to have a wonderful family. May your fond memories of her bring you peace and comfort. Rest in peace, Ms. Orta.

  4. La recordaremos Siempre, Checo Acevedo, Migdalia y Familia says:

    Reciban nuestro mas sentido pésame. Dios les dé el Consuelo en estos momentos de tan lamentable pérdida. Descance en Paz Tia Carmín. Ahora Ella goza de las promesas de Dios donde no hay dolor ni sufrimiento.

  5. Tomasz says:

    I am very sorry for your loss Jose. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Stay strong in those difficult moments. My thoughts and praying are with you.

  6. Roseann Santiago says:

    Doña Carmen was always kind and loving to me and my girls. She always welcomed me into her home with open arms y un Dios los bendiga. She also gave birth to one of my best friends who I love very much, Papo Fingers. Doña Carmen will be truly missed but her legacy will live on through her children. May she rest in eternal peace.

  7. Sophie Augustine says:

    This is so beautiful and she was such a beautiful lady. May she rest in peace and may God bless her and her family!

  8. Tim & Brenae Maddix says:

    Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your beloved matriarch. You all are in our thoughts and prayers as you remember her life and honor her legacy.
    Peace & Blessings- Tim & Brenae Maddix and Family

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